Less artsy; but far more delicious than the post I reblogged last week (because this one’s actually real).
THIS THIS THIS
Alaska Roll - Salmon x Avocado
I used this to taunt Joey on Friday. He responded with “Damn I need food.”
Yellowtail Sashmi and Salmon & Avocado Roll at Sapporo Sushi in Downtown Cleveland, Ohio
This, along with the Miso soup, was super legit. Free Green Tea, too.
Thanks, Leah, for the suggestion.
Rye toast topped with Avocado slices, Honey, Red Pepper Flake, cracked Black Pepper, and Kosher Salt
I wish I could say I thought of this.
bacon & avocado sushi
If I was an itamae, this is the kind of sushi I’d make.
Honey Chipotle Chicken Taco with Lettuce, Tomato, and Avocado
Now that I’m back in the country, and settled in Berea for the foreseeable future, I should be back to posting as usual.
Bacon and Goat Cheese Guacamole
Avocado, Thick-Cut Bacon, Goat Cheese, Onion, Cilantro, Lime Juice, Salt & Pepper
I really should be getting paid for this.
Guacamole Sampler at Momocho Mod Mex in the Ohio City neighborhood of Cleveland, Ohio.
From left to right: smoked trout/bacon/chile poblano; pineapple/jicama/chile habanero/mint; and blue crab/corn/chile chipotle
Chicken Fajita with Peppers, Onions, Colby Jack Cheese, and Avocado Salsa
We couldn’t go out to eat every night of family vacation, so in addition to bringing two pans of Gentile’s lasagna; I made fajitas for the six of us one night.
The best part, by far, was my sister-in-law’s Avocado salsa (made with tomatoes, corn, black beans, and cilantro) that topped it all off.
And I thought it’d be funny to mock some of the classier food blogs on Tumblr who only post single bites of food. So there’s that. A perfect bite.
California Roll at Ichiban Sushi in Bally’s; Las Vegas, Nevada
Florentine Eggs Benedict at First Watch in Crocker Park - Westlake, OH
Most foods < Most foods + avocado
This might be my second favorite breakfast/brunch dish after Pastrami (or Corned Beef) Hash.
Spring New York City Trip (Part I of V): Tuna and Avocado Hand Roll at New York Thai Grill & Sushi Bar in Midtown; Manhattan, NY
I wouldn’t really suggest this place for a serious meal; but it was a good, cheap start on my recent four day trip to the Big Apple. The restaurant was empty (never a good sign for 6pm), yet it still took us forever to get our food (which confirmed our doubts).
To start out my meal, I ordered a small roll of sushi since it was only $4.95. That was about the only good decision that anyone in my group made, because the Pad Thai was tinted pink and everything else was pretty blah.
Eventually my group and I actually ate at some really nice restaurants including the place featured in my next post: PJ Clarke’s at the World Financial Center.
The “Walk of Shame Breakfast Burrito” at Ted’s Bulletin; Washington, DC
Having already stopped at McDonalds to acquire two small breakfast burritos to quell the morning hangover; when my family all met up for a formal brunch, I figured why not make it three burritos before noon? And I did.
The burrito was filled with Sirloin steak, scrambled eggs, hash browns, and cheddar cheese. And while it was good, this meal wasn’t anything especially inspired. The service wasn’t as fast as you would prefer (or even… expect). But this dish had a fun name and made for a kick ass picture.
Also, I love anything with a Southwestern tilt, so a green chile sauce-covered burrito with avocado slices was an total no-brainer.
“Most people love you for who you pretend to be.”— Jim Morrison (via shelbyisms)