Miscellany Monday Munchies

I’m backkkkk from wedding weekend #4 of 8 this year (pictures to come later!) and let me tell you, I ate a lot of good food this past week and weekend, so for this Miscellaneous Monday, I decided to revolve it around MUNCHIES!  Thanks Carissa for letting me link up!

Miscellany Monday @ lowercase letters

1) As I was looking through my pictures to see if I could find a picture of me and my Color Me Happy Swap Partner since I mentioned her in my Miscellany Monday last week (unfortunately we didn’t take any together when we met years ago), I stumbled upon this picture of me and a Kolache, which I was first introduced to on that same trip to Houston.  Originated in the Czech Republic, kolaches are a type of sweet pastry filled with fruit, cheese or meat, I remember it being quite delicious!

Thanks friends for introducing me to Kolaches, not just the pastry, but the word too!  (And to Lilian for introducing me to my Swap Partner years ago!)

2) Bristol Seafood is my new favorite Wednesday Happy Hour location.  They have ONE POUND lobsters for a measly $9!!!  Oh my is that oily butter delicious too!  Not to mention they have food items such as tuna tartare, duck flatbread and curried mussels on the menu too, YUM!

3) Pineapple Cilantro Sorbet is my new favorite sorbet flavor.  It can be found at Glace, a new artisan ice cream joint in town.  Next time, I want to try the Goat Cheese with Honey or the Sweet Corn flavor!  Or maybe the Vietnamese Cinnamon or the Venezuelan Dark Chocolate… I guess I’ll be back there soon!

4) Our neighbor brought us a zucchini and some cucumbers that he planted.  Isn’t the neighborly thing to make something with the veggies and bring it back over to him??  Have any ideas of what I should make??

5) On a similar note, RED MANGO finally opened up this past weekend in Kansas City!!  WOOHOO!  If you didn’t know, I have a mild obsession with frozen yogurt… especially with the mochi ball toppings!

6) Guess where I’m going this upcoming Saturday with my friend Ning-Ju??  To the delicious Moto Restaurant in Chicago, IL.  Marv and I went there for Marv’s 27th birthday and it was the most amazing food experience we’ve ever had.  I’m talking gastronomy, foods served in forms you’re not familiar with such as…

EDIBLE bruschetta menu with a personalized note at the bottom that says “happy birthday marvin”, so cool!

bluefin + miso noodles and chicken fried mac & cheese

different stages of cotton candy

(excuse the low quality photos taken with a P&S, flash photography wasn’t allowed and this was about 3 years ago when I didn’t know as much about photography.  hopefully this time when I go I can get some better pictures)

Hope you all have a great week!!

22 Comments

  1. Nani
    July 19, 2010 / 2:37 am

    ahhh your so lucky! I love Red Mango, it was one of my fav places to go when I was in Korea gah I miss the froyo so much I have yet to find a place in NC yet.

  2. alely d. lee
    July 19, 2010 / 6:43 am

    glad your back from wedding #4 of the year!
    …i’ve never heard of or tried kolache. sounds interesting.
    …that’s an amazing price for lobsters!
    …#3 sounds interesting too.
    …fun a frozen yogurt place!
    …and you’re going away again this weekend? you are quite the traveler! enjoy Moto Restaurant!
    have a loveLee day!

  3. July 19, 2010 / 7:34 am

    This post made me hungry! Seems like you had a lot of fun this weekend. happy Monday now! xoxo

  4. ChantaleP
    July 19, 2010 / 8:18 am

    Yummy yummy post! The kolache sounds interesting.. I’ve never even heard of it. Man, this makes me sad I only brought in leftover meat for lunch. Think I’ll head out today.. Thanks Sandy! Happy Monday to you!

  5. July 19, 2010 / 8:27 am

    oh, girl i love food!! and wow an edible menu and different stages of cotton candy?! you got me intrigued!!!

  6. July 19, 2010 / 9:38 am

    The edible bruschetta menu is the coolest things ever! I’m also really curious about the stages of cotton candy too!

  7. July 19, 2010 / 11:26 am

    mmm everything sounds so delish–the kolache especially. That is a huge zucchini! I have a good recipe for zucchini crusted pizza if you would like it. 🙂

  8. July 19, 2010 / 1:13 pm

    whoa….i think i just gained 10 lbs reading your post… i’m keeping notes of all your food finds..

  9. July 19, 2010 / 4:15 pm

    If I wasn’t hungry before…I sure am NOW!

  10. July 19, 2010 / 4:54 pm

    hey look..coincidentally.. i’m wearing white. lol

  11. July 19, 2010 / 5:14 pm

    oh god you’re making me hungry and it’s midnight now…so time for my midnight snackeroo! lol

  12. July 19, 2010 / 5:36 pm

    pineapple and cilantro sorbet?? wow would love to give this a try since i love both pineapples and cilantro. never imagined it as a frozen treat! the edible menu is very cool!

  13. Roxanna
    July 19, 2010 / 5:44 pm

    two thumbs up for my hometown and kolaches!!! haven’t had one in so long…

  14. July 20, 2010 / 10:57 am

    those zucchinis and cucumbers look SO DELICIOUS! and FRESH! i wish i had a neighbor who brought me homegrown veggies! haha.

  15. July 20, 2010 / 12:10 pm

    sounds like you had a wonderful weekend! these flowers are so pretty – can’t believe they’re all in your yard!! of course i don’t think i can name any of them 🙂 i just like looking at them!

  16. July 20, 2010 / 6:55 pm

    So glad you’re back from your wedding and you have quite a few lined up for this year…wow! Yummy post! I’ve not been to any of the restaurants suggested. They sound delicious and enjoyable. We live in a small town but, maybe next time I visit the city I’ll have to check them out.

  17. July 21, 2010 / 12:25 am

    So much food fun!! Totally amazing places. Thank you again for a great look at things I would never see! xo – g

  18. July 21, 2010 / 7:18 am

    LOVE the miscellany! I am so obsessed with frozen yogurt toooo! I just tried those mochi balls the other day…yum!!! Do you have a Taro flavor?? I get that…its SO GOOD! 🙂

    <333

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