What I ate today

I had a great day today at the hospital. Lots of interesting patient results and discussions with referring medical practitioners both within and without the hospital. I had some great conversations with my work mates too. One of the highlights was a lunch visit from a mate from my other work. The same mate who recently left the department to go work in another department. He gave me an amazing gift. A print of one of my favourite bacteria, viz., Burkholderia pseudomallei.

Burkholderia pseudomallei print
Burkholderia pseudomallei print from a great mate Rob

So what did I eat today? For breakfast I enjoyed an English muffin with baked beans and Worcestershire sauce on one half and Buderim Ginger Factory ginger marmalade on the other half. When I got to the hospital I had a nice prework coffee. For lunch I didn’t go low fat, instead I enjoyed a chicken schnitzel with chips and gravy with my mate. I felt like I had betrayed Courtney. For dinner I had a salmon cake inside an English muffin with lettuce, avocado and tomato.

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TGIF Breakfast. English muffin with baked beans and Worcestershire sauce plus Buderim Ginger Factory ginger marmalade.
TGIF Breakfast. English muffin with baked beans and Worcestershire sauce plus Buderim Ginger Factory ginger marmalade.
Coffee from Centenary Café
Morning prework coffee from Centenary Café
TGIF lunch. Chicken schnitzel with chips and gravy.
TGIF lunch. Chicken schnitzel with chips and gravy. I feel like I’ve betrayed Courtney.
TGIF dinner. Salmon cake in an English muffin with avocado, lettuce and tomato.
TGIF dinner. Salmon cake in an English muffin with avocado, lettuce and tomato.
TGIF dinner. Salmon cake in an English muffin with avocado, lettuce and tomato.
TGIF dinner. Salmon cake in an English muffin with avocado, lettuce and tomato.

So what did you eat today?

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    1. Hi Barb,
      It’s because it is beautiful down the microscope, on a plate, in tissue and other body fluids and causes an amazing array of infections in humans and other animals. It can kill someone quickly or slowly and the treatment requires the long term antimicrobial therapy tailored for each patient. The diagnosis of the infection exploits the very best in clinical microbiology as well as other pathology disciplines. It’s not my favourite microorganism but it comes very close.

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