|Mango Sticky Rice from Thai Fresh. More recipes and info from my Thai cooking class to come!|
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Just another month of mouth watering photos for you to enjoy!
If you are ever in Austin, you have to get a burger at Hopdoddy!
Yes, I finally went to Hopdoddy Burger Bar in Austin and was converted!
The Llano Poblano made with Angus Beef, Pepper Jack, Roasted Poblano Chiles, Apple-Smoked Bacon, Chipotle Mayowas delicious.
Jason had the Primetime with Texas Akaushi Beef (Learn more about Akaushi!), Brie Cheese, Truffle Aioli, Arugula, Caramelized Onions, and Steak Sauce.
This burger literally melts in yoru mouth. It is more expensive because of the quality of the beef, but definitely worth it! We also had yummy fries with the chili cheese sauce that was to die for. Not to mention yummy fountain sodas. A great experience, and only about a 20 minute wait on a Saturday at noon-a miracle!
Our friend tried this seasonal goat cheese pumpkin milkshake. It was good but a little too tangy for my liking (even though I like goat cheese!).
We also ate at Gordough's- famous for it's fun donuts! They have donuts with fried chicken or donuts like this one covered in brownie batter!
This one was delicious: cream cheese frosting with strawberries.
My favorite burger place just down the street-Little Red Wagon.
Also, I just discovered their onion rings and they are fabulous!
Spicy tortilla soup from Little Deli.
Brazilian pizza from Sandella's Flatbread Cafe, it was good! (but you have to like thin crust pizza!). Jason had the Thai Peanut wrap and it was really really good!
Fish tacos from Z'Tejas. These were good! Their chicken quesadillas also had really great flavors. Not to mention the Austin 6th Street location is the original...very cool!
Chicken burrito bowl from Chipotle. I was surprised at how well I enjoyed this and didn't really miss the tortillas I normally have with the tacos.
Okay so this isn't eating food, but I did get my 2nd cookbook from my favorite food bloggers, Our Best Bites. They are my #1 inspiration for my blog and I hope to be like them one day! You can get their cookbook from Amazon, Wal-mart or Costco.
Queso Flameado from Morelia's Mexican Grill. This wasn't nearly as good as the one we had in San Antonio. Still can't beat their fajitas though!
Edamame and miso soup from Beluga.
Very low in points so that I didn't eat as much sushi!
Harvest salad from Corner Bakery.
This was good, but the dressing was a lot of points and left me still hungry!
Orange peach snow cone from Austin Frigid Frog Shaved Ice. Good but snow cones rarely move mountains in my book. I would always prefer chocolate!
Chicken Satay with vegetables, brown rice, and peanut sauce from Whole Foods Market.
My husband and I both have October birthdays so hopefully that means lots of good food to come!