Tonight’s dinner: eggs & hashbrowns. Eggs & hashbrowns has been my go-to dinner since high school and it’s still one of my absolute favorites. These days, the hashbrowns are fresh more often than not, and I include onion, shallot or leek and garlic powder. The eggs are always fried sunny side up, with the whites separated off and cooked until almost burnt. Cheese is optional & whatever I have on hand. Tonight it happened to be provolone & Swiss. A satisfying non-committal dinner for a rainy night.
I have an obsession and it’s name is
American Noodle Bar. Not only have I eaten here enough to have been
the mayor on Foursquare for over a month, this is our go-to spot
sine the downfall of Ver Daddy’s. And as a total bonus, ANB is
within walking distance. Oh yeah, all this heavy endorsement and we
haven’t had anything on the menu but the noodles. I have heard
great things about the Ban Mi sandwich, the pork belly,
cheeseburger dumplings, and rotating cast of specials. All sound
great, but we just haven’t been able to get past the noodles yet.
They’re just that good. Our favorites so far: Bacon sauce with
3-hour duck, a deep fried soft boiled egg and mixed veggies Siracha
sauce Oxtail Pork Smoky lobster sauce Pork meatballs If you are in
South Florida, do yourself and your taste buds a favor and head
over to American Noodle Bar for lunch or dinner. With a huge
selection of noodle bowl sauces and toppings that can be combined
into an almost limitless number of combinations, you won’t be
sorry. Check out my original review at Foodie In Miami:
So you want to be a sports photographer…
Keep your eye on the ball and learn how to duck!
While on a photo shoot covering a girls’ fast pitch softball team this afternoon, I got beaned in the head by an errant ball. This serves as an object lesson to either a: duck, or b: wear a helmet.
I can just hear my mother now, laughing hysterically. Some people never learn.