|grilled beef - $3.75|
|grilled pork - $2.75|
It's always tasty. These sandwiches come with the meat, house made mayo, and vegetables, which include pickled daikon radish, pickled carrots, cilantro, cucumber, and jalapeno all on a ridiculously good baguette. I get the vegetables on the side because I hate cilantro with the fire of a thousand suns and also because the jalapenos are crazy hot, so I usually only eat one.
On our way out of the shopping center, we noticed a sign for the grand opening of a place called Texas Bakery (no website, unfortunately). They have an assortment of savory and sweet pastries, along with white and whole wheat sandwich-looking bread. We grabbed a few pastries for dessert.
|coconut bread - $1.39|
|pineapple bread - $1.39|
|red bean bread - $1.29|
The coconut bread had coconut and raisins baked inside. The pineapple and red bean breads were both stuffed with filling, though there was no pineapple in the pineapple bread. If we go back there, I'd like to try the sandwich bread, since the bread part was the better part of both the pineapple and red bean breads (as opposed to the fillings).
Oh... and since I haven't posted a baby picture in awhile, here's Ramona, helping out with the photography.
|"Mama, try a different angle on that one."|
|"Yes, much better!"|