My apologies for the extended hiatus. My big senior paper is due in a week and I’ve been wracking my soul attempting to complete it. If anyone has any relavatory ideas on a just means of organ allocation please let me know!
As my fellow college students studying for final exams know, we could all use a bit of peace in our lives this time of year. It seemed fitting, therefore, that Deena and I visit Peacefood Cafe. With the dreary weather we both selected the soup and veggie combo. For my soup I went with the vegetable
For her veggies Deena opted for kabocha and brussel sprouts
The kabocha was great, but the other veggies fell flat. An extreme case of under-cooking rendered the brussel sprouts practically inedible, and cauliflower lacked any seasoning. I still enjoy the atmosphere of Peacefood, however, and would gladly return for some vegetable curry.
Today my supervisers and I headed out to Curly’s Vegetarian Lunch. I was super excited, since I’ve been eager to try this place for quite some time.
Any restuarant that provides crayons earns extra points in my book;)
For my entree I selected the Tuscan Salad, which came with grilled veggies, white bean salad, sun dried tomatoes and garlic bread. I absolutely loved this dish. The diversity of flavors and textures really satisfied my tastebuds.
With such an extensive menu and numerous drool-inducing menu items, I can’t wait to return to Curly’s!
In terms of this week’s workouts I’ve been swimming daily despite a shoulder injury that may or may not have arisen from my attempt to master the choreography of Swan Lake. . .
Eats have generally been lackluster and consisting of egg sandwiches: