Guess who remembered her wallet today?
I had a lovely Summer Breeze Iced Tea while soaking in the free wifi and working the afternoon away. Sorry about the minor blog melt down earlier today. The server was down for a minute which caused some really funky hiccups with the blog. Everything should be fixed now. *fingers crossed*
Once my computer ran out of of juice (that’s how I gage when I’ve been at a coffee shop way too long), I nibbled on a serving of trail mix…
and headed to Rolin’ Oats.
As much as I love Whole Foods, there’s something to be said about local health food stores. Usually they have a heavier emphasis on local products, a hot bar and deli that seems a tad fresher, a personal approach to marketing, and they really care about their customers. It just seems more personal and approachable.
I had a ball exploring Rollin’ Oats! They had some fun items I’ve never seen before and couldn’t wait to try. I had no problem leaving with a bag full of goodies.
Maybe, remembering my wallet wasn’t such a good thing after all. 😉
After surveying the abundance of choices I now had, I decided to try out the Sami’s Bakery Millet & Flax Pizza Crust for dinner.
Sami’s Bakery is a local bakery that specializes in gluten-free and low carb bread. I’ve only seen their stuff in local health stores, but I know it’s good! I made sure to stock up on a few items, including the crust.
I also bought some meatballs that I knew would make a delicious, protein packed pizza topping.
The flax pizza crust was for me, but the meatballs were for Derek.
- Pizza Sauce
In the oven at 375 for 20 minutes
Check out that bubbly cheese
I had 1/4 of the pizza with a beer
This wasn’t any ole beer. This was THE Chocolate Stout I fell in love with at Foozbuzz Festival this year. I nearly jumped for joy when I saw it at Rollin Oats.
The pizza was great. The crust has a nice crispiness to it and the toppings exploded with flavor.
Nothing better than pizza and beer.
Then a sour mood moved in. Darn you sour mood!
I ate a cookie.
More beer would have been better. :/
I need to find someplace to board Maddie in Tampa for the weekend, any suggestions?