You were sweet this particular day with your baked potato and salad dinner plan.
It was an empty the fridge night, and we were on the last leg. One potato. Two adults. Salad.
And then there were Tostitos and spinach dip from a little football party on Sunday. So we promptly filled up on chips and dip and then pretended like the baked potato and salad over-stuffed us (except for the room we left for Moose Tracks – the gut always has room for Moose Tracks ice cream).
That was our Tuesday. A nice dinner. One more episode of Royal Pains. Then I wrote. And you caught up on The Duggars (those crazy folks!).
Day 176 – Monday July 21th, 2014
What better way to celebrate your return than with a delicious patty melt and steak fries?
There isn’t a better way than eating comfort food and Netflixing Royal Pains.
Glad you got home safely!
My heart and this patty were melting since you got home. 🙂
I want a new grill
I need a new grill.
You love it when I grill. I love to grill out for you.
One of my goals for 2015? Earn enough to buy you a new minivan or SUV and then get a grill. I don’t ask for much.
Tuesday 8/6/14 – Day 191
You didn’t try to steal this from me.
You’re not big into fancified waffles. More for me. 🙂
Day 172 – Thursday July 17th, 2014
We went to the great City of Roswell, GA’s ‘Alive after Five’ this evening.
As you know, the downtown area has two distinct sections. There’s the southern ‘Roswell Square’ and then there’s ‘Canton Street’ a few blocks north.
Our kids wanted to take the trolley, so we parked near the courthouse and caught the trolley/shuttle to the square where food trucks and a more family friendly atmosphere awaited.
I got this thing called the Pork Cheezy from the Ibiza Bites Food Truck. Unfortunately, it’s not on the menu, but this picture should show the glory.
Yes. It’s good.
Well, usually it’s fun getting that type of food because we get to eat all of it. Our kids just want plan mac and cheese or a hot dog or whatever.
But we let them have a bite. And then they took another. And another. And another. And I was left hungry. But it’s good. I’m glad their palates are expanding to appreciate other food. Of course, how hard is it to like pulled pork over mac and cheese?
It was actually kind of sufficient.
We had chili though as the temps dipped one more time before spring really hits (I hope).
And any night that we have chili is a dang good night.
Do we enjoy food too much?
Chicken Philly sandwiches are kind of close to my heart. We used to get them at Barnacles with a big Caesar salad for takeout when we lived in the townhouse. Or we’d get wings.
But now, we make these bad boys ourselves just like we like them. And they always come right on time.
Depending on where we are in our lives when you finally read this, I might still be in the ‘taking pictures of the food while I cook as if I’m a food blogger’ phase. Or I might have decided I don’t have enough room on my iphone and nobody really cares anyway.
These days, though, I’m happily in that phase so here’s a picture of our Philly: