If you’ve been following along, you know that a little over a year ago I changed my eating style to be more in line with paleo principles. Honestly, I’d like to think that I seek out and eat real foods and don’t spend a lot of time worrying about what I’m eating as long as it’s real food.
I realize I haven’t been around a lot since coming back from my hiatus and I apologize. Life has been pretty crazy and while I’m taking photos and thinking about blog posts while going about my life, I haven’t had the time to sit and sort things out.
To be honest, I’ve been a bit bored food wise lately, so there is that, too.
I spent all day today packing boxes and moving. After four trips back and forth, I am pretty much plastered onto my floor without much hope of getting up off the floor for a while.
As a reward to myself (I know, you aren’t supposed to reward yourself with food), I went out to NoNoo Ramen Bar and ordered myself a tonkatsu ramen for dinner. I would have taken a picture for you, but I was starving. I practically had drool coming out of my mouth as I drove my fragrant dinner home. The dish is amazing. Thick, milky colored pork broth with thick slices of fatty bacon, a soft boiled egg, seaweed, and ramen.
I know that the ramen is wheat, but it was hand made and excellent. Every once in a while, I need to make an exception and visit the non-paleo side of things. Definitely a worthy meal. Paleo or not, you should have some.
I hope to be back with more exciting news and photos after I’m all settled in at my new apartment. I’ll be debuting a much, much smaller kitchen, but at least the mini range is a gas one. 1.5 years and I’m out of here. I can’t wait.