A rocket obsession

You know how little kids are always talking about rockets, airplanes, trains, etc.? Well, I’m always talking about rocket, too, except salad rocket.

With almost every meal I make I think, “This would be better with rocket!” If you think about this, I’m correct. Sandwiches, pasta, rice, salad, dips. Yes, even dips. If I make some kind of vegetable dip sometimes I put a pile of rocket on the side and have a bite-full of that as well.

Kalamata olive spread from Waitrose. Impulse buy, and a good one at that! It was perfect on a slice of toast with rocket piled on top.

Except that’s not actually how much rocket I ate. After I took the pictures this happened:

All washed down with two glasses of iced coconut water (with pineapple), and eaten in the SUNSHINE.

London is a perfect day today. 70 degrees and sunny. I’m … what’s the word? HAPPY.

By the way, if you haven’t seen The Hunger Games movie, GO NOW. It was seriously so good. 

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10 thoughts on “A rocket obsession

  1. Why are we always on the same food kicks? Haha, I was putting arugula (erm..”rocket”) on/in/with EVERYTHING last week. And only haven’t this week because I haven’t been to the grocery store yet.

    • What??? I had no idea arugula and rocket were the same thing! Makes sense now that I think about it, seeing as how I’ve never once seen arugula for sale in the UK. Speaking of things I never see for sale, I found chia seeds at Whole Foods the other day, so I can’t wait to try those out! Btw, I have started Sabriel and so far love it! And yes, it is odd how we have similar food kicks!

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