Jenny’s Lunch Line features a pineapple avocado soup on Fridays. The only thing I knew going into this soup is that I DIDN’T know what to expect. But it was delicious and the pumpkin seeds on top were a fun extra flavor and texture. Turns out I’m a fan of chilled soups afterall!
I had the pleasure of photographing Bob and Cari Wagner for a story about their homemade mustard that they’ve begun to bottle and sell. First, let me say that they are super nice people. Second, they make really REALLY good mustards: Smoky-Hot, Old Fashioned Idaho and Dill.
When they asked if I wanted to taste the 3 kinds of mustard, I had to reign in my excitement. Mustard is one of those foods I used to hate, but now love. I just checked my fridge and I have four types of mustard at the moment. Once I have room in my condiment shelf, I’m heading to the Co-op for Wagner’s because they truly have some of the best mustards I’ve ever had. Yum!
Anne Henderson’s article, The Mustard Man, can be read on Boise Weekly’s site — click here.
Last week I was treated to the chicken gouda apple salad over at Chris’ On Broadway. Now, normally this isn’t the kind of salad I would order. Most likely my ranch tooth would take over and steer me away from a dish with apple dressing… Lo and behold, I was impressed with how delicious it was!
I was starting to ramble about how fun the menu looks and how I want to try a veggie dog and the lemonade and all the homemade sauces… But I’ll just let you check out this impressive hot dog menu for yourself.
And they say you can’t teach an old dog new tricks….