Photos of mouth–watering food items and entrées that’ll make you want to grub.
Supreme fried rice
French toast grilled cheese
I made this masterpiece for Amy tonight. Apparently, it was delectable. Yay!
- Dip the bread pieces in the egg batter.
- Cook one side of each piece (simultaneously) until golden brown.
- Flip both pieces to the other side, then add two slices of cheese.
- Close the sandwich, and cook the remaining sides, which will also allow the cheese to melt.
Our next stop after the San Francisco Zoo was Haight–Ashbury. I didn’t seem to take a lot of photos, or I might’ve been more selective. Perhaps my curating ability is improving? (Nah, Amy helps with that now. Heh.)
In any case, enjoy!
Dutch pancake with cheese and bacon
Hurray bacon! (Bazar Coffee & Tea — Amsterdam, Netherlands)
Chipotle Black Bean Burger
Foxy Loxy Cafe
Since sipping several shots* of espresso at PERC Coffee wasn’t enough, on the drive back to Tybee Island, we stopped at Foxy Loxy Print Gallery and Cafe—which was also in Savannah—for treats and more caffeine. Their baked goods and espresso drinks were delectable! (Seriously. The Foxy Brownie. Wow.)
A couple months ago, I went to lunch with Amy at Porto’s Bakery & Cafe in Burbank. It was my first time there, and I’ll just say that I’m glad there’s another one in Glendale (closer to us).
I had a Cubano sandwich (above), potato ball, and chocolate croissant. Scrumtrulescent!
Thanks for lunch, Amy!
Amy and I drove to Hollywood for dinner at Fuku Burger last week. I had a Tamago (egg) burger, Amy had the same with the falafel patty (no meat), and we split the garlic fries.
We both thought it was extremely tasty.
On a side note, the waiter called me “Mr. Fancy” since I ordered a glass of Merlot. (Why Merlot? It was a change of pace from beer, plus it was on my mind because of “The Yada Yada” Seinfeld episode.)
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