Posts tagged ‘restaurant’

November 4, 2010

Traveling, Part 2

Brunch. It’s one of the most exciting events in a day. In a vacation. In a lifetime. (My own, personal belief.)

I am one of those (lucky) souls who could eat breakfast at any part of the day (Read:: All meals of the day, everyday.) and feel perfectly content about the life I lead. This vacation was no exception.

That’s right. A break feast. Mmmm… Thanks, LA.

Thanks, French Toast. Thanks, powdered sugar. Oh!! And thank you so much, smoked mozzarella over scrambled eggs.

Thanks, eggs over easy and potatoes at breakfast time.

Thanks, egg white omelet. And I’m sorry that I was so skeptical at first about your goat cheeseyness and your only whiteness.

I should go on vacation more often!! Well…. I’m really looking forward to being back in my own kitchen!

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November 3, 2010

Traveling, Part 1

I’ve been in the car with two boys for about 5,000 miles. We stopped for gas and food and tag teamed the driving. Oh, boy.

This means that the only food I cooked was a “Thank You for House/Cat Sitting” batch of cookies before we left town. But you’ve seen oatmeal chocolate chip cookies before. So, food on the road!!!

Food on the road: Sure that’s fine. But it is nothing.

Nothing compared to Destination Food. The kind of food you get to sit down. And stare at.

And savor.

And talk about for days.

Then return for another round the next night.

October 7, 2010

Picture of the Week

So, maybe I’ll start this Picture of the Week business, or maybe it’ll just be a one time thing.

I don’t just try to make really good food; I also try to eat really good food (out and about, on the town; what have you). Why not take pictures and share them with you?

For the first (and possibly last) Picture of the Week, I will feature a dish the Best Food-Cooking Partner (B.F.C.P.) ordered at a restaurant that has one of the best brunches we’ve ever been to, certainly the best French Toast, and possibly the best tofu (I know??! Tofu.) The B.F.C.P., pictured…

… holding a flower that I made out of a napkin and a plastic fork, ordered this adorably delicious omelet.

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the happiest omelet.

What do you think?? Just about the happiest omelet you’ve ever seen, right? Right?!