I had a "famous olde tyme" Barq’s root beer and a homemade banana muffin…………….but will make up for it this evening!
Heading out on the boat to do some halibut and salmon fishing so lunch is going to be a sandwich on ciabatta bread consisting of prosciutto, grilled red peppers, garden tomato, basil leaves, fresh mozzarella and olive spread as the condiment. FISH ON!
Bahn Mi (Vietnamese Sandwich), black rice pudding, and Thai Red Bull.
Today at lunch, after looking in some of the junk/antique stores for some old nightstands to refinsh for my daughter’s room, I stopped by the Someburger shack.
You have to stand outside in the heat to order at the window (heat index here is 110 [V]) but it is worth it. You get a "Someburger" which reminds of a little town drive-in burger. Thin patty with a crusty edged toasted bun heaped with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, dill pickles, and lots of onions. Yum!
Someburger is not a chain, just a little joint here in the Houston Heights.
Seafarer, field corn IS what is used to feed cattle, but people like it too![:D] It is NOT sweet corn, which is what we like about it!
Today’s lunch was made yesterday, yesterday’s lunch was forgotten at home so I had a pretty decent roast beef sub with mayo and mustard at a shack called the Weinie Wagon on the corner of Ill. Rte.47 and Main Street. He doesn’t cook much on site but brings it in fresh each day, has everything set and does a pretty good job of putting it all together by himself. Seems real popular with the trucking crowd. Now my today lunch that was made yesterday was a very soggy salad. [:(]
A granola bar, a cup of cold coffee and a few raw celery sticks. Yes, I need help. [:(]
Ceviche Tostada and barbacoa taco with chips and salsa from Casa Sanchez.
1/2 and 1/2 oyster shrimp po boy from Acme Oyster House and Sweet Tea. Acme uses Leidenheimer Bread for their sandwiches, the cadillac of po boy bread. 30 inches of semi crunchy on the outside, soft and delicious on the inside, goodness[:p]
Sweet scone for dessert from St John’s coffee shop next door.
Another regional diferent name for the same product: In Texas it seems to be "field corn", here in New York it is "sweet corn". Field corn is what we feed to the cattle up here.
Cube steak with gravy, mashed potatoes, okra and tomatoes. Leftovers…..
Well, we ate at the Triple A cafe next door to the Farmers Market. I had:
Hamburger steak with onions and gravy
english pea salad
Afterwards, before we returned to the office, we walked over to the market where I bought blackeyed peas, cream peas, field corn [:p], snap peas, new potatoes, and oranges.
I fixed the field corn for supper to go with some short ribs kraut, and there was not a kernel left.
Unfortunately, all I ate was some corn and sliced tomatoes due to the delicious lunch I had!
Michael Stern: I have a question. After that wonderful lunch of yours, what did you have for dinner?
Bushie, FYI, Jane likes hers with brown mustard, onions AND sauerkraut. What a woman! Now you know why I’m marrying her. The Philly area will never be the same after you come up and we do the town!
Well, somebody’s got to look after you until Jane takes over! I can’t wait to come back up to Philly. I can tell you’ve got some great places lined up. I need to start planning… [:p]
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