Afterward, we met up for lunch at (against my better judgement) the food court at a local mall. Since our group has such varied eating habits, it seemed like a good (not too expensive) way for everyone to find something they would like.
I bravely ordered a veggie wrap with feta. Sarah handled the transaction, and very specifically requested "a very small amount of feta" (bless her). What I got a tortilla with a large amount of melted feta-like goo and a sad sprinkling of cooked vegetable thrown into the mix. Hmmm. Not, "Mmmmm." Just, "Hmmmm."
Dinner that night was another matter entirely. I was in control of the peparation of my wrap. We had a fresh pineapple sitting on counter begging to be eaten. David grilled the pineapple slices, red onion slices, and some salmon (marinated in the pineapple juice, lemon, salt, pepper and dill). I made Fresh Avocado Salsa, and Kitmama worked up some red rice and beans.
My first wrap included some salmon, but the second one (it was too good to pass up a revisit) I went without the salmon, and just stuck with the Avocado Salsa, grilled onion and pineapple, and fresh sliced red bell pepper on a whole wheat wrap. It was heavenly.
Today, I worked up an even "fresher" wrap for lunch. Sliced tomato, avocado (with a little lemon juice squeezed on it...next time I'll do lime), red bell pepper, cilantro, red onion, and a bit of feta. Way, waaaaay tasty!
One of these was enough to completely fill me up, without feeling heavy. David had two. Even Thomas made a simpler version for himself. I think this is going to be my "other" favorite lunch for a while!