Day 247: Chicken Hummus Wraps

Chicken+Hummus+wraps Day 247: Chicken Hummus Wraps

An emotionally exhausting and headache-inducing day. Didn’t much feel like cooking. Did feel much like eating. I had some hummus in the fridge that I made on the weekend (it improves after a few days), and when I stopped at my mum’s I borrowed – without any intention of returning – some shredded roast chicken from the fridge. (It’s OK, I knew they were going for sushi tonight and didn’t have plans for it.)

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So we spread some hummus on whole wheat tortillas and laid strips of chicken on top, and only because I had some in the fridge, I snipped over some parsley just to get something green into us. It took about four minutes. I’m hoping to see this sandwich again soon; maybe tomorrow. W picked out the chicken and flicked off any bits of green, and we ate them on the couch accompanied by a particularly comforting episode of Laverne and Shirley. (The show ended, as it often does, with Shirley wrapped in a fuzzy pink robe, writing in her diary before bed. Almost exactly like I’m doing now, minus the voice-over and dramatic facial expressions. But not the fuzzy pink robe.)

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4 Responses to “Day 247: Chicken Hummus Wraps”

  1. robyn on 04 Sep 2008 at 7:14 am #

    Those sound so good!
    I wish we ate dinner on the couch. Too messy with Leo!

  2. Cath on 04 Sep 2008 at 7:17 am #

    Love you, Julie.
    C

  3. Dana on 04 Sep 2008 at 12:30 pm #

    Wow, you make better choices than I do when I have an emotionally exhausting day. That’s usually when I go for greasy take out or the all potato chip and ice cream dinner.

    You’re a smart and noble lady! Dare I say, that you’re One Smart Cookie?

  4. elektra on 04 Sep 2008 at 1:37 pm #

    life makes us grow up when we’re faced with clearing out the folks house, doesn’t it? i think it’s the final frontier into adulthood, complete with immense cans of SARS tuna.

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