Wednesday, September 22, 2010
at 10:48 AM
Friday, September 17, 2010
Who knew they'd have a French Boulangere in the middle of Sonoma? Tres Bien! Not only was it on the shady side of the street on a 96 degree day, it had nice tea and Mum enjoyed her coffee. We even got to people watch a group of people looking for an address that apparently did not exist. They kept wandering back and forth in front of us looking for this elusive spot. Pretty funny.
I wish I could come back to this spot every week for tea & a snack. We had a cookie and a scone, and there were so many other tasty-looking things to try. That's the trouble with vacations... you can only do so much. But if I lived in Sonoma (and trust me, it's on my list) I would visit this place on a regular basis.
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
This is me enjoying (what else?) butter chicken at the Yeti in beautiful Glen Ellen California. Fellow food lover (Cafe Trix blog writer) suggested we eat here at least once while we stayed at her place and took care of her cats. So we did. Everything was mildly spiced so Mum could eat it as well, and did you see the size of that naan bread? And peeking off to the right is Mum's mango lassi, which she had never had before. All I can say is YUM!
The samosa didn't look like your average samosa - it was more bread-like in texture, and I'm used to a more flaky version. It was very tasty still.
I would totally recommend the Yeti if you're in Glen Ellen. It's in the Jack London Village, which is incredibly quaint. You'll have a great time no matter what you order!
Sunday, September 12, 2010
at 5:57 PM