While preparing this breakfast took 10 minutes longer than my morning regimen of a bowl of multigrain Cheerios, Trader Joe's High Fiber cereal, sliced banana, and chia seeds with soy milk, this was three times the amount of food I normally eat, but it hit the spot. As a result, I walked into work relaxed and sated for some time, which equated to being happy for some time.
The salad was prepared with tomatoes, hearts of palm, kalamata olives, and cucumbers with olive oil and black pepper.
Curry powder, crushed red peppers, and turmeric were mixed into the egg. The center concoction consisted of red pepper, Hebrew National hot dogs, asparagus, mushrooms, crushed red pepper, black pepper, and smoked salt. On the far end, salsa with parmigiano reggiano, a mess on a plate but tasty.
For a sweet bite, a strawberry with a few crushed morsels of our favorite chocolate bark from Lilly, Azteka -- dark chocolate, ginger, cloves, nutmeg, cinnamon, cayenne pepper, ancho chile, cocoa, Hawaiian black salt.
We recently tried Hebrew National's hot dogs for the first time and are quite satisfied. I read somewhere a couple of years ago that quality was better some years ago. That must have been impressive. Cutting into a wiener (I'm Asian, after 2 packs, I have yet to eat these hot dogs as hot dogs in a bun), I was surprised by the texture and density.
Considering effort versus gain, this is well worth the 10 extra minutes. I ought to do this every morning, or at the least every Monday morning.