Back at Amherst and spending the day at Reader to Reader! 🙂
Sylvia and I couldn’t decide on what to make for dinner and spent about an hour just flipping through a cookbook. The dishes we made tonight were simple, but prep time took forever (maybe another hour).
Yeah, yeah. Biscuits for breakfast.
Lunch from Pita Pocket, Amherst, MA:
Always a solid choice at Amherst.
I got too hungry whilst grocery shopping and had to eat something before dinner.
I don’t normally like any of the herbs (except mint) in the cous cous and preserved lemons, but this wasn’t bad! Mixed in really well with the cous cous and the flavour was on the lighter side, which I appreciated. The pickled beetroot salad was delicious though, definitely something I’d make again.
Oh you know, just a nightcap… by the way, this is highly superior to Kahlua (and way cheaper).