Recent Eats

I’ve been a bad, bad blogger lately. As I impatiently count down to my landmark birthday and the corresponding arrival of my Canon Rebel (!!!) I’ll share some recent eats as captured by my Blackberry.

Chef’s salad with ribeye, blue cheese, hard boiled egg and mushroom makes for a tasty dinner.

Quinoa porridge (hold the raisins, please)from Green Eggs Cafe makes for a healthy, yet filling, brunch. Still not sure that I like quinoa, but it works incredibly well in this dish.

I love poached eggs (and my dad makes the best poached eggs in the whole wide world) and I want to get into the practice of eating them outside of the traditional breakfast. It worked beautifully atop leftover Syrian spinach casserole.

And then there’s always lunch at the Reading Terminal. We switched it up a bit this time and I went with the a classic reuben from Hershels while the husband got his Italian hoagie from Salumeria–with the works, of course.

My sandwich had enough meat for a second sandwich on Saturday afternoon.

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Recent Eats

Brunch at Hawthorne’s. Two eggs any style (poached) with potatoes, toast and meat. Um, the bacon was fried to a crisp. Like deep fried. Still trying to figure out if that was on purpose. And the poached eggs were just sitting on the plate. And it only came with one slice of toast. C’mon man, we all know poached eggs need one slice of toast each. They were good though…

The husband had the gyro. Nice and fresh with crispy fries. I love crispy fries.

Crockpot pulled chicken tacos.

Calamari salad from Aya’s with a gingery sweet dressing.

Entenmann’s cake with two of my lovely students who will kill me if they see this picture.

And some Super Bowl treats.Triple creme brie, marinated mushrooms and dolmas from DiBruno’s.  Yum! 

Almost didn’t have room for buffalo wings two ways…but we did the Kobayashi wiggle and it was all good.