how about a first (and a half) post?
I have no obligation to post in any time frame, remember? but I have been super busy editing the 1200+ pictures I took at dress rehearsal…and recital is rounding the corner so I thought I’d get a post in before I got even more busy.
did I mention how much I love this blog layout? its fab-u-lous.
a couple of weeks ago we had “taste of morton”. it was a little dreary outside but I’m not ever going to pass up a smorgasbord of food available to me. so we went.
first I hit the qdoba stand. got me some chips and queso…simply put, I can’t resist it. they have the best nachos and the best queso. it was delicious. then I hopped around.
next stop: heritage farmer’s market
they offered breads and jam but I went straight for the pulled pork. with sauce to add to your liking, I always like it when they do that. it was delicious. just enough of that fatty pork to make your mouth water and a sauce with a real kick. it was super delicious. they plated you more than just that too! they also offered a pork burger which was completely yummy, I’m pretty sure my dad is gonna buy some to cook up. it was a little spicy but it held its own by itself on the bun. they also had some sort of a meat spread on some crackers that was really yummy too.
then I went down to the great harvest bread co. and let me say, I could not be more pumped about this place opening. they featured the following goodness: cheddar garlic bread, pumpkin chocolate chip bread, honey whole wheat, and nine grain bread, and an assortment of cookies. I tried the cheddar garlic and the pumpkin chocolate chip. both delicious. that pumpkin bread was ridiculous, I took it home so that I could heat it up and eat it warm as to fool myself into thinking it was fresh out of the oven…delicious, melt-in-your-mouth, warm, soft, and perfect. everything bread should be. I don’t know if its open yet but it was supposed to last month.
I love these shots…
hope you enjoyed my first post…I think its tasty.