Here I Go! Last Day of Class!

Well here I go, guys! All ready for my last day of Meat Fabrication class before I can move down the hallway to Baking I next year (!). We have to completely fabricate (break down) a chicken and a fish today and we are on a timer so it might be a little stressful….so I made a really good breakfast that should last me a couple hours! I took out the steel cut oats I had made the other day and reheated them in the microwave with 2 ounces (a splash) of skim milk and a cut up banana. Then, I spooned in 1 tbsp of natural peanut butter and drizzled on some pure maple syrup to make my absolute favorite—peanut butter oatmeal. I had an orange on the side and a cup of Tazo Awake tea with a splenda and a little milk. I’m bringing my usual snack of fiber one + almonds with me but not sure if I will need it because it should be a really early day—hopefully I will get to go home after we deep clean the kitchen after the practicals at around 11. I have a good lunch planned out here then have cleaning to do and my friend is coming over at 2:00!


Breakfast was about 411 calories


Forgot to add this this morning! This is a picture of my oats that I make every morning…straight out of the tupperware to the microwave when I make it the night before! So easy!

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  • hk
    December 20, 2007 at 6:43 am

    Hope your morning is going well, I’m sure you’ll blow them away with your butchering skills! About your fiber-one and almond snack…Do you just eat a mixture of the two plain (zip-lock bag trail mix style :)) or are you sprinkling it over yogurt?

  • Danielle
    December 20, 2007 at 7:40 am

    Oh baking’s next?! How dangerous! I love baking but don’t do it it too often because I also love homemade baked goods :). I know I wished you luck last night but here’s a little more to send your way this morning!

  • Danielle
    December 20, 2007 at 9:29 am

    By the way, I just finished reading “Eat, Drink and Be Healthy” and it was great! Thanks for the advice, I found a lot of new, helpful information including recipes, yay!

  • jaweber
    December 20, 2007 at 10:49 am


    That’s my typical “at school” snack and I eat it because its portable and can fit in the pocket of my chef pants :). I eat it dry…a mix of 1/4 cup fiber one with 7 almonds mixed in there..sort of like a little trail mix. Its not really the most exciting thing in the world but it gets the job done of keeping hunger at bay and being portable! it would be tasty sprinkled over yogurt though!

  • jaweber
    December 20, 2007 at 10:52 am


    Baking is next and I’m SO excited because I LOVE to bake!!!!! 🙂 I’m so excited you liked that book. it’s one of my very favorites and i have tried a couple of the recipes in the back and love them all.That oatmeal/nut/raisin cookie in the dessert section is my mainstay cookie recipe. Its SO good and I make those all the time!!!!

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