And so, the days before our departure saw me not only packing, but cooking too. Here's a run-down of what we brought with us to satisfy our appetites.
hard-boiled eggs (shells on until we're ready to eat them)
Cinnamon Bun Muffins (using coconut flour)
Bacon, Egg and Cheese Muffins (coconut flour)
almond butter (also for sandwiches at lunch)
orange juice (a rare, rare treat)
sliced turkey lunchmeat
sprouted whole wheat sandwich bread
cheddar cheese sticks (cut at home)
sugar snap peas
2 bottles grape kombucha
stove-popped popcorn (from home)
salty sourdough crackers
yogurt raisins (not technically a whole food, but another very rare treat)
Barbara's Bakery cereal bars (another treat)
Barbara's Bakery fig bars (you guessed it, a rarity for us!)
homemade trail mix (peanuts, raisins, Enjoy Life chocolate chips)
carob peanut clusters
|Bag o' snacks|
As for dinnertime, we've been finding a restaurant before we head to the hotel. After a long day of traveling it's nice to sit in a cool room and have food brought out to you! We're being conscious of the expenses, and last night we were happy to discover that the restaurant we decided on was offering "Kids Eat Free" that night! Two adult entrees earned four free children's meals.
The math doesn't get much more perfect than that.