The surest sign of spring
Chicken crock pot bake. Kinda like a pot pie, started in the crock pot, then baked with biscuits in the oven. (Taken with instagram)
Wait… What? (Taken with instagram)
Beef and noodles. My kitchen, combined with Jen’s expertise. (I drained the noodles) (Taken with instagram)
I splurged for a $1.49 baguette from Whole Foods. It was mostly gone by the time I needed a pic. This isn’t surprising, but it was very good. It did not last until the dinner for which it was intended. (Taken with instagram)
If I’m eating at an Eat ‘N’ Park or a King’s Restaurant in Pittsburgh, chances are I’ve ordered the hot turkey sandwich. Turkey, white bread, mashed potatoes, all covered in gravy. True that this evening at Tony’s Breakfast Cafe in Brookfield. I love this place, but I’ve only gotten breakfast here.
And my first dinner wasn’t impressive. My first response when seeing my food was that good gravy should not be this yellow. And it tasted that way too. Like it came out of a giant food service tin can, not grandma’s roaster. Bread that fell apart too easily, and a skimpy helping of potatoes rounded out a forgettable meal. I won’t stay away from Tony’s, but I’ll think twice before I get dinner here again.
Breakfast, lunch, and supper: covered. (Taken with instagram)