When I originally posted about my lunch wrap, I got a comment asking to see the pitas and the finished wrap. So now that I have a camera that's mine instead of shared with my husband (which means I can find it on a regular basis), I thought I'd take some pictures while I made lunch today.
These are the whole wheat pitas. The brand is Jasmine and they are made in Canada (not actually that far from here). A local Lebanese grocery imports them:
Here is the wrap just before I folded it to put on the grill. This one had about 1/3 of a small avocado, 1/2 a salad tomato, fresh mozzarella, grated Romano cheese, salt, cracked black pepper, and a smear of hummus:
I folded the top and bottom edges down and then rolled up the wrap like this to put on the griddle on my stove:
To keep it from unrolling itself, I like to put my plate on top of it. That weighs down the wrap a bit, helps keep the heat in so the cheese melts better, and warms the plate. Our plates are stoneware so they're heavy and heatproof.
Usually I pair this with a salad or fruit, but I was really hungry after my run so I had a few "Garden of Eatin'" blue corn chips with a little more avocado on the side (I had half of one left over from yesterday, but it wasn't all going to fit in the wrap. I love avocado and didn't want to waste a bite. I also had a La Croix sparkling water:
It was a great lunch. Like I said in my earlier post, I vary the fillings depending on what I have on hand.
In answer to another comment question, my new camera is a Kodak EasyShare. I was rushing out the door for a flight to Washington, DC about a month ago and had no idea where our camera was so I had to leave without it. I had been wanting my own for a while anyway. I found this in a CVS and since it was only $80 with an in-store coupon, I bought it. It takes really nice pictures. Some of these were a little blurry though, because I was using the closeup setting, which doesn't seem to have the image stabilizer.