Lots of food in the past few days, and almost all of it has involved rice.
Thursday, Jennifer made enchiladas, and Mexican rice to with them. She made the seasoning herself from a recipe she found on the internet, and it was just amazing.
Friday for lunch, I went out to Pleasant Hill and had lunch with a bunch of former coworkers at Ming’s. I had my usual, and was pretty stuffed until late in the day.
Friday for dinner, Jennifer had a creole craving, so we made a late night run for Popeye’s. I had the jambalaya, and was really stuffed.
This morning, she wanted to know if I wanted a big breakfast, and I said that Cheerios would be just fine as I needed to cleanse myself before we did any more heavy eating.
Friday, we had also run out to San Rafael, and bought a replacement bike for the one that was stolen a week and a half ago. Today we did a significant ride. We went to Jack London and had a beer at Heinhold’s First and Last Chance Saloon. Then we rode to Solana Avenue, and had another couple of beers at The Pub in Albany. This was mostly to kill time until Sushi Solana was open.
This was truly the best experience we’ve ever had at a sushi restaurant. The ambience was nice, and sitting at the bar, we chatted with the sushi chef. He talked tings over with Jennifer for exactly what she wanted, and helped with our experimentations. Jennifer had a dogs head fish liver pate that she said knocked foie gras on its ear. I had a rice bowl of sushi with 7 types of fish plus a shrimp tail. As a palette cleanser and meal closer we had lotus root that was amazing; crunchy and sweet.