David and I will drive up to San Francisco to have fish tacos and red wine for breakfast whenever we can. I know that sounds a bit odd, but don't knock it till you have tried it!
We head straight for the Ferry Plaza Market. Saturdays is a huge outdoor market in addition to the regular shops and restaurants.
The last time we were there was after my last competition in October, 2010, so you can see we are rather busy and don't make it there very often. Lacrosse season in the spring pretty much eats up the weekends....
I am enjoying my red wine in the sunshine, on a glorious day, it's only 9:00 a.m.
Fish taco on the right there, and we split a quesadilla. They make their own tortilla's at Mijita Restaurant, and that can't be beat!
We bought fresh oysters and clams at Hog Island Oyster Company.
Bread at Acme, this is where I get my rustic rye and spelt bread.
And I left David at Cowgirl Creamery as he tasted his way through all of the goat and sheep cheese!
Loaded up on pork and beef at Prather Ranch.
Then had a glass of sparkling wine.
We wandered around the outdoor market, sampling wonderful fruits, vegetables, cheeses, oils, nuts, tasty treats from myriad restaurants.
It's fine to do this, in fact its a healthy way to eat (well maybe not the wine with breakfast), but the point is, you can enjoy life and food without going overboard. You can eat what "normal" people eat and stay lean, you can look great and be healthy.
Shop in the right paces, enjoy the good foods, splurge on occasion. Enjoy life!