Thursday, February 8, 2018

My Only Weekly Lunch.


What: Greens & Grains.
Where: Cava.

Why: If you've poked around this very world wide website before you know: I eat. A lot. Not 'healthy' at all. Readers/followers interpret my diet either as a) bad ass, or b) you're going to kill yourself. Fret not my brohemes, I do NOT eat entire deep dish pizzas for lunch... on the reg. In fact, I spend a good amount of my "non-blog eating time" trying really darn hard to eat healthy. It's not always easy peasy though. I'm not a "salad and lean protein and olive oil and lemon" sorta dude. I need some goddamn flavor, even for my 'healthy' meals. 

Honestly, my first few Cava visits were rather uninspired. I couldn't figure out 'my order.' They seemingly had all these delicious, tasty offerings, but I just couldn't concoct a winning lunch. Then I sorta stumbled on their Greens & Grains - accidentally, as I'm pretty sure the employee misheard me - and I've been addicted ever since. Cava has quickly evolved into my only weekly lunch; as in, it's the only place I eat lunch at least once a week. It's mandatory dining. You are welcome to make your own G & G, but if you're wondering my usual order (pictured above): Splendid Greens, brown basmati rice, grilled chicken, Eggplant Red Pepper dip, Crazy Feta, Roasted Red Pepper Hummus, pickled onions, cabbage slaw, Tomato + Onion salad, kalamata olives, and a little of both Lemon Herb Tahini and Green Harissa dressings. It's a whole bowl of fucking deliciousness, which, when all mixed together, does not taste like a 'healthy' meal at all. 

Now, I know some of you are like, that's not that healthy, bro. It is for me though. It's not an entire deep dish. 

Although now I want deep dish. 

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