We also got the Spicy Chicken Ramen 11.25 with chicken broth, chicken chashu, spinach, spicy bean sprouts, green onion and served with thin noodles. We got a side order of mushrooms (picture just shows a few of them There was a separate bowl with about a half a cup of sauteed mushrooms) for an additional $1.50.
Just a few of the books Mica has checked out lately.
Gail Piernas-Davenport with illustrator Marion Eldridge shares a story of sharing in Shante Keys and the New Year's Peas and there's even a recipe for Grandma Louise's Hoppin John at the end. Shante shares the new year with her neighbors in her quest for black-eyed peas.
Ingredients for Hoppin' John include broth, celery, onion, garlic, bay leaf, blackeye peas, ham, and oil and cooked rice (not pictured)
Finished Hoppin' John over rice. It was good with a definite southern flavor.
Squirrel's New Year's Resolution with pictures by Kathi Ember and text by Pat Miller gives us a look at squirrel who wants to make a resolution but isn't sure how to do so. She helps her friends and finds the answer to her question as she goes through her day. See more of Pat Miller's books at: http://www.patmillerbooks.com/books.html
A simple tale by Ruth Sawyer and illustrated by Max Grafe is shared in The Wee Christmas Cabin of Carn-na-ween. Where does one go when one has served others but has no place to call their own? Ooona welcomes all who come to her bogland abode.
Nancy Cote's bright colors liven up this delightful tale of friendship and Hanukkah in The Borrowed Hanukkah Latkes by Linda Glaser. Read more about Linda Glaser at her website: http://www.lindaglaserauthor.com/
Who Would Like a Christmas Tree takes the reader from January through December to see how a Christmas tree fills the needs of a variety of creatures in each month of the year. Ellen Bryan Obed wrote a wonderful story with simple illustrations by Anne Hunter.
Nancy Rose has inquisitive squirrels in her backyard and she's learned how to capture some of the most enchanting squirrel/prop interactions. She explains in her books how she gets some of the pictures which involve having a lot of patience. Merry Christmas, Squirrels! is well worth the read as is the companion book, The Secret Life of Squirrels.
Beautiful tile work and hand painted walls along with enormous real plants made the interior of the restaurant a joy to behold.
Plus they had carved backboards on the booths.
Complimentary chips and salsa-good but nothing really out of the ordinary. We also ordered horchata which was good because it was not too sweet.
Beef chimichanga that was properly fried with a crispy outside shell. Rice was fine, beans were good.
And the fried ice cream? Absolutely fantastic! Of course, we would find good fried ice cream at somewhere that we'll probably never see again. It came with a house made fresh strawberry sauce that was out of this world. I did mention to our waitress to please give the chef compliments on our meal, especially the fresh strawberry sauce and the chimichanga.
Hedgehog and family in her teeny, tiny college dorm room. She brought a small microwave to supplement the two burners and a small dorm fridge under the counter top that comprises part of the room furnishings that she shares with two other roommates.