Blog Stalkers and Stalking

You guys. I have a stalker.

Her name is Jess.


You might recognize her. She writes this awesome blog about fitness.

And we run into each other all the time.

It makes sense at blogger events–after all, we write about similar things–but I seriously run into this girl everywhere, and we don’t even live near each other. The grocery store. Walking down the street. Today it was at Duane Reade. But if I’m going to run into someone, I’m glad it’s Jess. I love catching up with her. Certainly beats running into someone I don’t want to.

Today’s post is way later than usual because I’ve been pouring every waking second into a big project that I finally submitted this morning. Cross your fingers and send good vibes, please, mmmkay?

I have been making some decent meals in between, though. Nothing special, but all tasty.



Turkey sandwich with avocado and tomato.


I’m doing a little of my own blog stalking. Last night, I saw a really yummy recipe on Anne’s blog and had to give it a try. It’s for “Cheesy” Vegan Mushroom Quinoa.

The cheesy is in quotes because there’s not actually any cheese in here.

Blasphemy, I know.

The “cheese” is actually nutritional yeast. Anne’s photos were so enticing that I thought this would taste rich like risotto. I haven’t been impressed by nutritional yeast, but I had a big thing of it so figured it was worth another try.


It definitely wasn’t rich like risotto, but it was really good!

Completely off-topic:

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My best friend MaryBeth (the one whose wedding I lost all the weight for!) has started a tutoring business. If you live in the South Shore/Metro West area of Mass and have kids, please go check out her awesome site. She’s offering a free half-hour consultation for prospective students.

9 comments on “Blog Stalkers and Stalking

  1. lauren

    I love bumping into friends, although its not great for productivity 🙂
    So, as a cheese lover….does nutritional yeast taste anything like cheese? I’m afraid to try it!

  2. Stephane

    Yeah, I always find myself disappointed when things claim to be “cheese” but aren’t. On the other hand, if you call it savory, I’ll probably be thrilled. Funny how names affect expectations, no?


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