Saturday started with a bright n’ early run with these two crazies:
Once the plumbers left, I fixed myself some cereal and relaxed for a bit before running some errands and heading out for the night with Andy.
Peanut Butter Coffee Beer
Andy and I decided to go to a local place called Willoughby Brewing Company for dinner and drinks. The Brewing Company always has different types of beers on tap and it changes frequently since they brew them fresh at the restaurant.
On Tap for Saturday was:
- Railway Razz: “Deep-red and jammed with 350 pounds of fresh Oregon raspberries, this multiple medal-winning fruit beer is just the thing for lunch, dinner, dessert, or any other occasion we can think of!”
- Moon Shadow:“A new IPA for the upcoming spring months, this beer was brew with a selection of the finest hops, then we dumped some more hops in after fermentation for good measure!”
We eached enjoyed our beers and ordered a 2nd round. Andy stuck with same beer while I was intrigued by the Peanut Butter Coffee Porter:
“We took our Gutterpup Porter and added a secret blend of coffee and peanut butter to create this crowd favorite!”
This beer was full of flavor and I really enjoyed the hints of coffee and peanut butter. It was a bit heavy though and just one glass was enough! The Railway Razz was lighter and more freshreshing. However, they were both unique in their own ways and I would try both of them again in the future.
For our dinner we decided to split the Shrimp Bang Bang dip, which was rich and creamy and served with tortilla chips. We each also got a salad to eat. I went with the Sante Fe and Andy went with the Chopped Cob. Everything was delicious!
After our dinner we went down the street to another bar where I got one more drink, a cosmo, and Andy got another beer. We spent about an hour or so there until I was getting sleepy (AKA, the Grandma in me coming out) and wanted to hit the sack. It was a nice night out on the town in Willoughby, OH.
Omelets and Waffles
I love Sundays and often use them as a day to relax, clean, and grocery shop. I also like to make special breakfasts for Andy and I since we don’t get the chance to do so during the week. Today’s breakfast was a good one: omelets and waffles!
I had some mushrooms and onion to use up, so I decided to fill the omelets with that, along with a slice of American cheese.
Along with our Mushroom and Onion Omelets, I toasted up some Flax Waffles from Whole Foods:
Breakfast came together pretty quickly and we enjoyed our hearty meal with some fresh coffee:
I enjoyed my coffee with a splash of light soymilk and topped my waffle with real maple syrup. I loved the combination of this meal because it was both sweet and savory.
Now that we are properly fueled, it’s time to hit up TJ Maxx (Just to “browse”…which is code for finding some cute summer dresses!) and Whole Foods for some much needed groceries.
Enjoy your Sunday!!
Question of the Day:
Which do you prefer, pancakes or waffles? I’m definitely a pancake girl when given the choice!