Chicken salad sandwich from The Green Cart, with Dublin Vanilla Cream Soda. I used to drink a lot of cream soda when I was little, and I need to get back into it. This was an amazing lunch.
Fusilli with a light tomato sauce, mushrooms, and homegrown basil, by e.
Sourdough toast with fried eggs and homegrown (hot) jalapeños. We’ve been really into sourdough lately. I don’t think I can go back to regular bread. And it reminds us of our trip to San Francisco in December 2009.
Eric also made another pizza this week: Italian sausage with oregano, mozzarella and asiago cheeses, and homegrown sage and jalapeños. This was my favorite one yet.
We used the leftover sausage to throw together another bowl of pasta! Mmm.
Breakfast by Caffe Medici: iced coffee and two Tacodeli bean, cheese, and avocado breakfast tacos.
Later in the day, I had this amazing plate of Tex-Mex goodness courtesy UT, at the Staff Appreciation Holiday Party. Yes, we got free margaritas! And I even won a prize!
Of course, we also had my Pan-Fried Salmon and Sage Spaghetti. So good!
Last night, I went to Clay Pit with my friend Kari, and, believe it or not, I didn’t take a picture of my food! (I had chicken biryana and a side of vindaloo curry sauce). For what it’s worth, I did take a picture of the front door.
For lunch today, I went to Players with my crazy coworkers. Of course, we all had the $6.00 lunch combo: (cheese)burger, fries, and a drink (free refills!).
We’ve had a good week. I had a lot of carbs.
Pizza looks great! There is nothing better than good sausage, on pizza or in pasta. I have a ton of sausage pasta recipes on my blogge. Here is the most recent one:
I love the idea of the pan fried salmon spaghetti! Looks tasty!