Lunch (after a busy waitressing shift in which I made $200 between 9-2 on a Wednesday): Safeway blueberry bagel with honey walnut cream cheese, banana.
Dinner: This peapod-and-Chinese-sausage stirfry with jasmine rice, a small cup of turkey rice soup apiece. The soup was brought to me by a coworker and friend, who had made a big pot at home. The stirfry was just okay. I couldn't find sugar snap peas in the Safeway at this season, and didn't have any confidence in finding them someplace else either, so I substituted some sad-looking snow peas. It also turned out that I'd made a mistake in thinking I had cornstarch in my cupboard-- I can't think how or why I would have possibly used it up, but I couldn't find it. So the recipe was missing its cornstarch. (That was OK-- I kind of hate gloppy cornstarch sauces.) The main problem with the stirfry, though, was that it was very bland. It had a ton of fresh ginger in it (1/4 cup? Really?), 2 entire bunches of scallions, and a little garlic, but still managed to taste like not much. There was some soy sauce and sherry, but these were diluted with almost a cup of water, creating a fairly insipid sauce. I added more soy and some hot pepper at the table. (But see here.)
Snacks at 4 am, when I woke up starving (I guess dinner was not that filling): a piece of leftover eggplant eaten with fingers, a couple of mouthfuls of leftover stirfry eaten with fingers, a big piece of turkey jerky. Back to bed.