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OK, here we go for round two of What's Eating Erika Klus? (Gilbert Grape reference).
Before leaving for the cruisy little hippie town, I stopped by Red again for lunch. I had some magnificant Ahi Tuna Ceviche. It was on a bed of cabbage which I did not eat. Below the ceviche (for display only) was a little bowl to keep the ceviche cool. In this bowl was not ice, but cold water with a live clown fish. Quite the spectacle. As I ate the ceviche and people were walking by past the outdoor patio, I wanted to say to these strangers, "no, really, I won't be eating the little fishy."
I followed this dish with a blini with egg, chives, and oesetra caviar on top. Yum.
I also had another fusion, this time a grapefruit vodka infusion. Yeah, it was pretty good but I suppose that feeling all the way down your digestive tubes of warmth can't necessarily be a good thing.
Had a soy latte at Dunn Brothers. Have I ever mentioned how much I don't like our local chain, Caribou coffee? The problem is stale beans. I have yet to drink a good latte there. I like Dunn brothers much better.
So traveling to Mad Town, I was right on the path with all the tornadoes. The weather was just plain BRUTAL on the nerves. The sky turned green and the next thing I knew all the cars were parked under the underpass in hopes that it would somewhat protect them from harm. A normal four hour drive turned into SIX HOURS!
Now that I'm in Mayberry (Middleton), I have had some lovely meals. Whole foods had some great stuff which I hope to tell you about later, but first I'd like to give props to local diner here in Mayberry called Hubbard Avenue Diner. www.hubbardavenuediner.com<br />
Every Friday they feature cod. Fried and baked. Knowing what I now know about fried carbs, I try to abstain from the fried. So the baked cod has herb butter and it's baked in parchment paper. They serve it with wild rice (with regular rice) pilaf. And also a veggie. This time it was zucchini and yellow squash, I think, and red onions. I also had a shot of espresso.
Well, I should head off the web as the library is soon to close. I will finish this segment hopefully by the weekend.
Also to answer a question from a reader, the Ezekiel tortillas have the same ingredients as the bread.