Weekend Eats 4-7-13

Lots of deliciousness this weekend. LOTS of deliciousness. 
Friday night trip to Trader Joe’s meant lots of fresh veggies for a massive salad: spinach, onion, bell pepper, mushrooms, strawberries, avocado, goat cheese, sliced almonds, raspberry vinaigrette. Perfection. 
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Breakfast taco on Saturday morning: scrambled eggs and avocado wrapped in a whole wheat tortilla. Plus a big mug of coffee to get me going. 
egg taco
Saturday night called for another whole wheat tortilla, this time filled with homemade tuna salad made with mustard, onion, and a shake of salt and pepper. Simple as can be. Sliced apple, carrots and steamed broccoli served as side dishes. 
Sunday. We all know Sunday means brunch around here. With so many events going on in Charleston this weekend, restaurants were pure madness. We were told it would be an hour wait at one place, so we moved to the next. We were told 30 minutes so figured we’d wait it out. By this point, we. were. starving.
Then, after almost an hour of not being sat, we gave up and headed to old trusty- Coleman Public House. No wait at all! Woohoo. 
I had the Huevos Rancheros. HUEVOS. I love saying that, don’t you?
Here is where things get really good. Have you had this, or any coconut milk ice cream for that matter?   Technically, it’s a ‘frozen dessert’ according to TJ’s, not ice cream. But it’s easier just to call it ice cream…made with coconut milk. I ate mine with a couple spoonfuls of cool whip. Such a refreshing treat on these warm and beautiful spring days! 
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But the best part of my weekend? THIS. Another successful TJ’s purchase. This chocolate bar was everything I hoped it would be and more. Get yourself one two. Go!!
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What was the tastiest thing you ate this weekend?

6 thoughts on “Weekend Eats 4-7-13

  1. Dukes fried chicken, hush puppies, cole slaw, and banana pudding!
    I also swam this weekend for the first time in forever. I did a 2500 and my shoulders are killing me!


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