Dinner, sushi had a wait.
Dinner was at the communal table, which I enjoyed. I don’t know why but I love eating at a large table with strangers and bumping elbows. We weren’t that close to people here, but usually in Los Angeles, communal tables require touching elbows. 🙂
The lamb shank was amazing and I had to start with that. That’s probably the most memorable item from the restaurant. Well, that and the pimento. The place was crowded and it was a LONG wait for a table. Luckily we found an area to seat four and we went in. Many bottles of wine later, we walked back to our hotel and enjoyed a good night’s rest. I can say, some were feeling a bit hungover the next day. I was not one of them. 😛
He had ramen last night…
I took a few bites. I told him I needed to taste test. 😛
I can never resist ramen when it’s in front of my face.
I wonder how it will taste if I mixed his favorite and my favorite together.
I shall try next time. 🙂
My mom got me so many carrots I had to juice all of it before it went bad.
I juiced containers of carrots and ginseng, carrots and celery and grapefruit juice.
I sliced up apples to make apple juice during the week.
I find that prepping takes the longest so if you don’t want to spend more than 2 hours prepping and juicing, prep one day and juice another.