This post is dedicated to some but not all of my wonderful food appreciation moments during Spring Break.
My first night in London was spent at Wembley Stadium watching a Euro Qualifier. I was pretty impressed with the concession eats but alas, I had also been on a plane for 10 hours so I didn't take any photos and just shoveled food in my mouth.
The second evening I met up with my old friend Mrs. T. who used to live in SF with me. We used to get up to some good times in our twenties. Catching up after over a decade was really wonderful, just like the elongated meal we shared at Granger & Co. in Notting Hill
|A Tuna Poke kinda salad with this lovely little bit of grass that tasted like the sea|
|Prawn fettuccine with rocket aka baby arugula|
2 days later we found ourselves Mrs. B & Mrs. T out and about at Burrough Market with the boys. This place was just full of beautiful things to go home and cook with or eat ... whole stalls of cheese! But we took advantage of the deliciousness being cooked up on-site.
|Sausage of Love, Sausage of Joy -- A song one never tires of.|
|Sausage! The Kid put ketchup on mine, but none for him. Dijon is OK, yellow is the devil's blood - avoid it if you can people|
|Mrs. B went the way of a beautiful veggie curry. Mmmmm.|
|And yes these are chocolates too, made to loo like quail eggs.|
|Je voudrais une gaufre avec chocolat, s'ilvous plait :)|
|Even the smallest oysters are larger, but still, very fresh and tasty. Close your eyes can you taste the sea?|
|The boys were all about steak frites. The rib-eye in France is the Entrecote cut|
|Mousse au chocolat -- desserts and food ... the gateway to kids speaking French ;)|
|I promised my husband I'd have one beer for him at a pub while he was holding down the fort at home.|
|Whoa, Mr. B's fancy pie. I'm obsessed with meat pies right now.|
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