02 August 2011

Personality Parfaits and Salmon Sandwiches


I'd like to think my Fruit and Yogurt Parfaits have personality


Sliced Nectarine, Banana, and Kiwi in 0% Plain Organic Yogurt


Parfaits shouldn't just be a quick and tasty Breakfast, they
 should be pretty and represent your creative mood as well


After Breakfast I snapped more photos of Deer that loitering outside of my house


Mama and Baby Deer


"Yeah, take a hike guys!" hehe


For Lunch I mixed a can of Raincoast Trading Wild Pink Salmon 
with Light Canola Mayonnaise, Diced Onion, and Black Pepper


Spread on 2 slices of lightly (Earth Balance
buttered Organic Whole Grain Bread


And pieces of Red and Green Leaf Lettuce


Sandwiched together and cut into thirds


I learnt growing up to slice my sandwiches diagonally, then
 slicing one of those halves into half again... just like a traditional deli


I'm obsessed with Salmon Sandwiches



Up Next: Snacking Squirrel is packing her
 bags and heading to Vancouver for the week!
 I'll have plenty of photos to come of my travels :)

26 comments:

Yuki said... [reply]

Your sandwich looks really good!
Have a fun and safe trip to Vancouver!

myveganstory said... [reply]

Those deer are cute :)
And I totally agree your parfaits have amazing personalities.
Have fun in Vancouver!

thefirstkitchen.com said... [reply]

Every time I see you posting pictures of deer I get so jealous! When I lived with my parents, I saw deer around all the time, but now that I live in the city, I never get to see any friendly deer! Tell them Hi from me ;)

-Natalie

jennifer said... [reply]

aw your photos are so beautiful! and have fun in vancouver :) xoxox jen

LauraJayne said... [reply]

Tuna is one of the only "meats" that I miss - your sandwich made me totally crave it! Have fun in Vancouver!

Errign said... [reply]

Loooove salmon sandwiches!

leashieloo said... [reply]

Yay! The deer friends are back, I love them!

Red Deception said... [reply]

I love the deer, they are so cute and graceful. I came face to face with one in Jasper - I think she was more scared than I was!

Amy B @ Second City Randomness said... [reply]

Is it weird that deer sort of scare me? I don't like how unpredictable their next move will be... this is mostly when I run into them on the running trails, though.

~Jessica~ said... [reply]

I was taught to cut my sanwiches that way too :)

And I only had my first parfait about a week ago. I was really missing out!

xxx

efi said... [reply]

Amazing as always. I have to eat this for breakfast tomorrow!

As an expert in greek yogurt :) I have only one suggestion, try to avoid 0%. Try to eat the full fat in smaller portions because the low fat is very very processed.

xxx

sara said... [reply]

yay, more deer pics! so cute. the parfait looks like a perfect light summer breakfast.

have fun in vancouver! it's a beautiful city.

Felicia (Natural+Balanced) said... [reply]

hey tastebudtwin :) had some salmon with dinner, love it. what a delicious parfait- just bought 6 kiwi for $1US and i am super excited about this :) haha have a great trip!!

Lauren @ What Lauren likes said... [reply]

Wow! great pics. I am excited to see the Vancouver ones. Have fun :)

Marianne (frenchfriestoflaxseeds) said... [reply]

You're coming to Van and didn't tell me? I'm hurt! ;) Kinda. Not really. But if you have some time, let's go grab some juice from the Juice Truck, or something equally fun. Have a great trip!

Chelsea said... [reply]

Haha I've never seen a sandwich cut that way! I always just cut mine straight down the middle. :P

haridelle said... [reply]

I have a stupid question... Why is the kiwi yellow?

Monet said... [reply]

Oh those sweet deer remind me of my parent's home. I miss Colorado! And I agree, your parfaits do have personality. Both you and your yogurt are pretty grand :-) Thank you for sharing yourself and your yummy treats. I hope you had a great day today, and I hope you have an even better day tomorrow. Hugs and love from Austin!

Lauren said... [reply]

Pretty parfaits, they do have personality. They look clean and simple, refreshing and sweet. Why am I scared of canned salmon?

mymarblerye said... [reply]

thinking of going to vancouver in a few months! Excited to see what you do!

Laura said... [reply]

A whole week in Vancouver?! I can't wait to see what kind of shenanigans you get up to! If you go the The Naam I am going to CRY with jealousy!!

Hannah {Culture Connoisseur} said... [reply]

Oh how fun! I love when those little deer have the spots still. I want to snuggle with them.

Also, how awesome is red lettuce? I just started eating it and now I'm kicking myself for having taken so long to eat it's sweet buttery leaves!

Keia Kato-Berndt said... [reply]

haha, the little Bambis are so cute :)
I lloooovvee salmon sandwiches, um, kinda one of the best sandwiches in the world! Your parfaits definitely have personality- they are so pretty and colorful. I like to put homemade preserves on mine. I hope you have a wonderful time in Vancouver, can't wait to see photos!

Sarah@The Flying Onion said... [reply]

Those deer are too cute! Love 'em.

Love your sandwich too...yum! :D

(p.s. Have FUN in Vancouver!)

Julia said... [reply]

I love when you post pictures of the deer, such amazing creatures.

Have fun in Vancouver!

Jolene - EverydayFoodie said... [reply]

I love sandwich (and tuna) sandwiches, and don't eat them often enough.

Those deer are so cute!!!!!! I want one to live in my backyard :-)

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