I’m really surprised that AT didn’t get whiplash tonight when we were watching Desperate Housewives. You see I had her over for dinner and to help me determine the best places to put my Christmas trees.* She gave me a hard time earlier when I said I was putting up some decorations. When the scene in Desperate Housewives cut to Bree putting her holiday cards together, it was too funny.
Here I was, in the kitchen with my coordinating apron cooking home made mac and cheese, pumpkin bread and preparing to bake apples.
More on that later, I want to give some quick fly-bys of some of the food that passed my way this weekend:
- RoadRunner Park Farmer’s Market- There’s a very informational web site you Phoenix-Phoodies (oh, that’s so funny, get it, PHoenix-PHoodie, omg) should bookmark, it’s the Arizona Community of Farmer’s Markets. With the cooler weather comes more variety from local farms. I got the best stone ground bread, a juicy tomato and some really sour green apples.
- Matt’s Big Breakfast– I read about MBB a few months ago and have been waiting to check it out. It was good to a good business on a corner that could really use some TLC. It was a little busy and the place only holds about 30 people, so just go when you have some time and aren’t in a rush.
- PB Loco– again. I’m obsessed, really, but it’s just so good. I get the Nutella-Peanut Butter and Banana Sandwich. What about that doesn’t sound good.
*Did you catch that? Tree(s). Here’s the deal, I love to decorate for the Holidays and in the desert, there’s no hedges. Which means there is no place to put Christmas lights. I have to do something with all those lights, right?