Best thing that someone said to me today: “I like you, you’re twisted,” by one of the other training participants. I love compliments like that.
Finished my 2nd day of a training seminar. Started out the day with another potato bomb from WSB Soup and Chili, this time I got the sausage gravy on the side instead of the green chile on the top. This was much easier to eat in the car. Although he very generously give me about 3 times as much gravy as I needed. And I remembered to take a picture:
And he remembered me from yesterday and called me Sunshine, what a hoot.
I will go there when I can but they were on the route to my seminar, not my route to work. So I might try this recipe suggested by a Facebook friend: http://gimmesomeoven.com/idaho-sunrise-baked-eggs-and-bacon-in-potato-bowls/.
It was a long day in training but I learned a lot, tires the brain out to be doing something so different all day.
Ken watched something about Cinco De Mayo at work and then was hungry for Mexican food (apparently he is easily suggestible too) and that was fine with me. I said we had to eat somewhere different than we usually did so I had something to blog about. He remembered a restaurant he had covered an event at that was close to my location so we met there – Luna’s. They had shrimp soup but I have been disappointed in shrimp soup almost everywhere except at Gregorio’s, (no webpage), so I decided to try something else new. I had the sopes, which have a fried masa base and then are topped with refried beans, your choice of meat (I had the al pastor) and then lettuce, tomato, sour cream, and cojita cheese. T
*(*&^*%&^% WordPress just crashed and took 1/4 of my entry, doggone it.
Back to my original thought: They were good but very filling. I only ate one, and brought the rest home for breakfast.
Ken had the tacos, and said they were good.
And then I decided to have an easy night at home and let my brain recover, do some knitting, watch Antiques Roadshow…..