Sunday, February 24, 2013

Weekend Things ...

I've been loving sandwiches for breakfast lately.  This one from Friday included turkey, and egg, mayo, greens, tomato, toasted bread, salt and pepper.  

This kept me very full until lunch, at which time I went out with some friends from work to Edo Japan.  I tried the chicken yakisoba, but I still think the sukiyaki beef is the best dish on the menu.

When Christopher suggested fish and chips for dinner, I was pretty excited!  I hadn't had fish and chips in ages.  We picked the food up from Union Jacks and took it home.

 I was impressed with the service and the fact that they made the onion rings from scratch.  They also have gluten-free onion ring batter for those who don't eat gluten.

To start we shared a Scotch egg.  Mmmmmm!  

I ate one piece of fish and some of the fries and rings.  

The curry gravy dip was really good. 

Yesterday I attended my friend Suzanne's bridal shower and bachelorette party.  In between these two parties, I went back to my pal Tricia's house.  We hadn't eaten much all day so we nibbled on chicken nuggets and fries before heading out for the evening.

Breakfast this morning was the tofu scramble from my last post, and for dinner, Christopher cooked up chicken with veggies/potatoes.


It flew by as usual, but it was a pretty good weekend. 

Have you ever had a scotch egg?  Do you like fish and chips?


Anonymous said...

Never had a scotch egg nor had I ever heard of one before your post :) Fish and chips? Yes, please!!

Kacy said...

I love fish and chips! I've had a Scotch egg once, well just a bite. I liked it.

Allysia said...

SANDWICHES. We've been baking bread at school and had a sandwich party yesterday - so much awesome I can hardly even stand it. Plus I have leftover bread stashed in my freezer now. :)

Lisa from Lisa's Yarns said...

I love fish & chips! My brother makes them a couple of times a summer with fresh caught fish and it's SO good. He uses a cornmeal batter so I can eat them.

I have never had a scotch egg and don't know that I would ever want to try one!