We have some exciting news on the EatSavvy blog which we know is going to make it more interesting for you as well. Our friends at Kodak have been kind enough to give us one of their M1093IS EasyShare cameras to help us chronical our food adventures around here. We were amazed with how easy it is to use—in a rush to take a picture today before I ate my lunch, we wanted to set up the camera and it only took a few seconds. Truly plug ‘n’ play. It’s also small and sleek and it comes in a few very lovely colours (we’re partial to the pink one of course). And it takes HD pictures suitable for prints up to 30 x 40 inches, should we be wanting to make a poster of any of our cooking creations. But the feature we probably will use the most is the blur reduction—most of us around here just don’t quite have the photography skills that our own Holly Sisson does.
But back to the food…as a dedicated office-lunch-bringer, I always like to be creative with my lunch and today I am enjoying one of my favourite creations to date. Last night I grilled flank steak and a few vegetables (red and green bell peppers, brown mushrooms and zucchini) for dinner. The flank steak was delicious, tender and juicy, but much too big for me and my two boys. So, this morning as I began my lunch-packing routine, I decided to use my leftovers and make a flank steak burrito to take to the office. I laid out a large whole-wheat tortilla on the counter, put four thinly sliced pieces of flank steak down the middle, arranged the peppers, mushrooms and zucchini on top, and then crumbled some feta cheese on top of that. I then folded the sides of the tortilla in and both ends underneath. Finally, I added a small container each of sour cream and guacamole (the store-bought kind—I usually keep some in my fridge at home) to my lunch bag, as well as a piece of fruit. At lunch time I popped the burrito into the microwave for a minute or two and thoroughly enjoyed a gourmet lunch (with little preparation) at my desk. Easy and delicious—yum.
What did you pack for lunch today?