My parents didn’t actually come to visit, not yet anyway. They will be here soon (hopefully!) and it was a good day nonetheless.
Plain yogurt, sliced plums, fat-free sweetened condensed milk, and cinnamon.
1 – Cinnamon on yogurt is awesome. 2 – Having an open thing of SCM in the fridge has also been awesome.
When visitors come to town Adam and I like to pretend that we don’t regularly live in squalor so we cleaned the house. Or rather, Adam cleaned the entire house and I made the bed and put away my own laundry.
Whatever, that bedspread hasn’t been on straight since the last time my parents were here.
For lunch we split a Mike’s Sandwich from The Spot.
I ordered, and when Adam asked me what we got I told him “a bagel with cholesterol, topped with cholesterol.” Basically it’s an everything bagel with 2 eggs, melted provolone, and cream cheese.
It’s as amazing as it sounds.
Also amazing, was my workout. 60 minutes of hot yoga. My standing series was pretty wobbly today but I made it further in a few of the seated poses than I have before. I always leave the hot yoga classes feeling really, really happy.
Around 5, my dad called with some news. The good news was they were still paying for dinner. The bad news was they wouldn’t be eating with us. I’m pissed that we lost a whole evening of visiting and fingers are crossed that they’ll be here at 10.
But we did have a fantastic dinner. I keep a running list of ‘places to try’ on my cell phone and today we crossed off Sun Restaurant.
Sun sells Burmese and Thai cuisine and we tried a bit of both.
We started by sharing La Peth Thoat. Burmese-style pickled tea leaf salad combined with crispy chana dal pea, fried garlic, onion, tomato, cabbage, peanuts, and lime juice.
I strongly liked it, Adam loved it. The tea leaves and cabbage were delicious with the lime and the fried chickpeas (crispy chana dal pea) were fun to try.
I got Pad See U – ordered “Thai spicy” – as my entrée. Thai-style stir-fried wide rice noodles with thick sweet soy sauce, egg, broccoli, Napa cabbage, and bell pepper.
This was the best Thai food we’ve had in Buffalo! My noodles were cooked perfectly and the dish was actually spicy. I loved it. I ate 2/3 of my plate and only managed to stop because I am so looking forward to having leftovers.
We split a Taro Custard for dessert. Thai-style taro custard cake with coconut milk.
We’ve had this dessert at a couple of restaurants now and I think it’s just not our thing. We both love the bites of taro but we always end up leaving food behind.
Please cross your fingers for us that my parents get in on time so we can have fun tomorrow!