The problem with this blog is that I typically only run once a day but I eat three (or seven) times a day. The result is that I often have a backlog of food photos that never gets shared…
UNTIL now. Since it’s Saturday and I”m not moving from the couch for the next five hours (I just ran a half marathon! But more to come on that later) I decided to scroll through the past couple weeks and reflect on all the yummy things that apparently helped me PR today.
Starting, of course, with a margarita . A nice find at Cinco de Mayo in Cummins Station. Ever since I ate all the fish in Florida, I’ve been on a seafood kick! Anthony and I whipped up (yes, we actually cooked something) this linguine + mussels combo.Unlike last time, I didn’t dump half a container of red pepper flakes in the mussels so the heat levels were actually tolerable and quite tasty.Still feeling fishy: SUSHI! Anthony led us to Shiki, a hole-in-the-wall sushi spot in Franklin.Shiki is new to town and impresses guests with a giant wooden boat that must have been assembled inside of the restaurant because there is no way it would fit through any normal-sized door.They also drape the walls in colorful icicle lights and serve up really fresh and really cheap sushi rolls.They even decorate your plate with carrots cut into dragon silhouettes! My favorite.My family doesn’t mess around when it comes to sushi. We also did not fit through the door after this meal.A seafood interruption: salad + sandwich. One of my weekend go-to lunches!You’d think I’d get tired of it, but I don’t. There are so many turkey, veggie, bread, and cheese options in the world and I’m dedicated to trying every combination that exists.I know this post is getting quite lengthy but I’m still nowhere near to walking or doing anything active, so I’m just going to keep uploading sushi and alcohol pictures.
Drake’s round two!Anthony: “This is why I decided to live in America.”
We shared a chicken sandwich and spicy tuna roll. Weirdly good combo.And for my “0.1” food photo, here is a tiny picture of a “wonut.”
How’s THAT for a food photo finish line.
Have a great weekend!
- Best thing you ate in the past week?
- Ever tried a wonut?
- Soy sauce: low sodium or not? Do you put wasabi in there?