Hello Readers, joining “What’s On My Plate” monthly challenge.
First – the #Treesquares
Those trees in transport can turn into some nice wooden trays (below) which can serve up some nice food dishes.
I sure do love a nice wooden tray. How about you? You know, not too heavy – but solid and with slim handles?
Now for what has been on our plate:
This next food photo was from dining out. We do not eat out too often because it is hard to find food with the ingredients we need/want – (i.e. so many places use bad oils – like canola or vegetable oil – and those industrial oils are bad for the body).
Anyhow, this corned beef and cabbage dish was delish!
Notice the bricks in the back of that last photo? Yes, that was at one of my favorite places to eat here in town – where they have brick walls from the late 1800s. On this day, we had the entire back room and so it was fun to chat- listen to the upbeat music streaming in from some speakers in the ceiling – and then I was able to take a couple of food photos (it is not always possible to take food photos while dining out but on this day – everything was laid back and so nice)
As mentioned in other posts – Key Lime Pie is a treat when we travel to Florida. Make that, good quality key lime pie is a treat. That means that Trader Joe’s Key Lime pie is no longer on the list for us because of the crap they add (corn syrup solids and gunk – and we feel like sh*t after eating their pie and that says it all….) – Anyhow, the pie below (from Publix) is good (9 out of 10) and it has all-natural whipped cream.
The center of the pie adorns a silly little “wax” slice of lime, not sure why because key limes are not even that green… but maybe some folks like that there?
Lastly, even though black coffee goes best with Key lime pie, today we are featuring a small latte to close out the post.
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