But here's my conundrum: How come when I put healthy food on the bottom shelf I forget about it, BUT when I put unhealthy foods there I remember them and know exactly how much is left?
This topic came up as I was making dessert today. Friday I headed on down to the fair. Unfortunately I didn't have dinner beforehand, so when I found the stall with samples I had like 20! The stall was Sweet and Saucy, serving caramel and chocolate dipping sauce. I ate so much I felt like I HAD to buy some. So I brought home rum caramel, white chocolate strawberry, and autumn spice caramel. They are all soo good. I haven't gone crazy with them don't worry. Just 2 tablespoons a night for yummy dessert.
When I got home I put the sauces in my "forgotten" cabinet, right next to those crackers I bought in July, LAST July. Unfortunately this has not made me forget those sauces. After breakfast, I start thinking about 8:30pm and my banana foster! Such is life, I have to keep the temptation at bay. Everything in moderation!