Sounds great ... can't wait to spend 60 minutes doing this tonight :)
This past weekend Ryan and I had a lot of fun, good food, and too many drinks. We started on Friday night with dinner at Dexter's where I proceeded to drink an entire bottle of Portuguese white wine along with some baked brie and spinach salad. Our good friend Aaron was in town and he and Chris met us at the tail end of dinner. Then a few more of their friends showed up and pretty soon we were seated around a huge round table in the back of the restaurant. At this point we decided it was a good idea to
Saturday morning found us very dehydrated and slightly hungover. We managed to drag ourselves and Honey over to Winter Park for their farmer's market. After purchasing some fresh vegetables, fruit, and some of Ginger's jam (hot pepper jelly and guava for my dad) we realized how miserably hot it was and decided to head back home. We dropped off Honey and headed to a new New Orleans Cajun restaurant for lunch. I chose the shrimp po boy and Ryan went with the grilled chicken po boy. Not too bad of a meal but we were highly disappointed to notice the restaurant was not very authentic.
We lounged around the apartment the rest of the afternoon and made some ravioli and salad for dinner. It was pouring outside and the thought of walking a few blocks to Backbooth was not inviting in the least bit. We grabbed an umbrella and headed out in the storm to see Good Old War play at BB. What a fun band! The music was jammin', the PBR's were only $2.50, and the company was great. We made the right decision and headed home once the show was over.
We headed back to Dexter's on Sunday for brunch with Sheila. After eating what was called the "Sunday funday" breakfast (too much food to list, I'm slightly embarrassed) we said our goodbyes and headed home. We only had a few hours before we were leaving for Geneva to visit Rosa and Jesus. It's always funny to me that one of my favorite meals by my mom is her Chinese fried rice, which is probably the most un-Cuban meal ever. I made some sweet and sour chicken to go along with the rice. For dessert we had some fresh fruit, including some pineapple I had bought at the farmer's market the day before. After spending a few hours in the wilderness Ryan, Honey, and I headed back home to unwind.