Since introducing my husband to Smoked Rainbow Trout awhile back, he’s hooked! (pardon the pun) 😀
So for this Sunday’s Brunch I made DH scrambled Eggs with Litehouse Salad Herb Blend, some diced Tomatoes from my patio pot garden, a toasted English Muffin and some of that Smoked Rainbow Trout.
For myself (for some reason, I’m allergic to Trout), I made as well a toasted English Muffin, topped with the same herb infused scrambled Eggs; then sprinkled on some shredded sharp White Cheddar Cheese and a final flourish of the herb blend, just because I like it.
When we first moved to this area, we were renting up North, while our new home was being built. Our friends who live up there took us to El Charro Norte, the sister restaurant to El Charro in Downtown Prescott on Montezuma. We haven’t been to the place in town, but if it’s anything like Norte, we should probably go there too!
Let me first say that their Sangria is fantastic! Also try the Skinny Rita. Oh yeah, the food’s good too.
We ordered for the table a Taco Salad, a Guacamole Salad, Shrimp Taco, Chile Rellenos with beans and rice and a Roberto Burger. Oh man, that was good! We’ve gone back many times and have always had a great meal, fun times with our friends and a wonderful cocktail. We’d like to go back this winter and sit on the outdoor patio with the fireplace and enjoy the countryside.
This is a little off the beaten path, but worth it.
This Aloha Friday, I’m dreaming of Rice Cake and Baked Manapua back home at Chun Wah Kam Noddle Factory in Honolulu Hawaii.
ENJOY YOUR WEEKEND!
Missus Dear Friend and I try to get together every so often and it’s just us, no boys! Sometimes we do some retail therapy first and then go to lunch, on this occasion we went over to Gabby’s Grill (the four of us have breakfast over at their sister restaurant Gabby’s Kitchen).
A glass of wine was the first order of business; aren’t these glasses cute?
Mrs. DF said that we simply must try their Crispy Avocado Egg Rolls. Howdy Doody! I’ve got to find a recipe for this. It seemed pretty straight forward, sliced Avo, some diced Tomatoes and a bit of Cilantro, Lime Juice and maybe chopped Jalapenos… and that dipping sauce was outta sight! Not sure what it was but it was really good.
On to our entrees. My friend had the Fresh Strawberry and Spinach Salad, asking that it be Dairy-free as well as Gluten-free. I can’t recall what all was in it but it sure looked tasty, and that dressing!
I had the Smoked Chicken Salad Sandwich with my side being a Garden Salad. WOW! That was a lot of food! I wound up taking the salad home.
We lingered for awhile over our lunches, chatting and sipping our wine. What a lovely way to spend on afternoon. Thank you Dear Friend.
I love anything Coconut, so I ordered a small bottle of Coconut Flavoring from King Arthur Flour, along with a new Bundt® Pan.
I found this recipe, “The Best Coconut Pound Cake”, on a social media site and figured I’d give it a go.
It sure smelled good and looked okay I guess.
I made the icing and toasted some Shredded Coconut to go on top.
I can’t say exactly why we didn’t care for this cake, we just didn’t. One bite and unfortunately, it got chucked into the garbage can… it wasn’t even good enough to share with the next door neighbors, I didn’t want to subject them to this cake.
I’m not going to post the recipe nor the author of it, but I will say that this is the second recipe that I’ve tried of hers and both were FAILS!
For over a year now, every single time that we’ve driven past Lucky’s BBQ & Burgers I’ve exclaimed, “We HAVE to try this place!”
We finally did.
We decided that we had had a long and busy day so what better way to end it than to do a take-out from Lucky’s.
We chose two Big Plates, which is your choice of 2 meats and 1 sidekick. So it was Chicken, Ribs, Brisket, Pulled Pork, Baked Beans and lastly Coleslaw; each plate came with a hunk of Corn Bread too. The sweet gal who took our order asked which BBQ Sauce we’d like and I said a little of each please (Scratch made Original, Spicy, Mustard and Sweet).
We shared everything between the two of us and it was more than enough food. For a little over $30, we thought it was very reasonable. I mean look at those plates, that’s alot.
We would have given Lucky’s an excellent rating ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ , but the Chicken and the Pulled Pork just weren’t to our personal liking (to each their own, right?). Everything else that was on our plates was superb!! That was a great way to sample a bit of the high points from any ‘Q joint.
We plan on going back for sit-down-table-service to try the Burgers with an Adult Beverage to wash it down. 😉
*Note: On their menu, it’s Lucky’s Bullseye Barbeque, on Face Book it’s just Lucky’s BBQ. We took a couple of menus home so that we’d know what to order for our future take-out orders. ^_^