So I finally tried a slice of margarita pizza from Stew Leonard’s. And um, it was absolutely delicious. Like so delicious that I was confused about how it could be one of the best slices of pizza I’ve ever had. Although why be confused? I am in New York. Even if Stew Leonard’s is technically a grocery store, we are still in the land of great pizza. The crust, the sauce, the cheese — just perfect.
But then the next night I needed a slice of my favorite whole wheat margarita pizza from Mario’s to see if I still liked it as much as usual. I do.
I’m just going to put the two kinds of margarita pizza in different categories which makes sense anyway since one is the regular crust and one is whole wheat.
Don’t think I forgot that I started an NYC pizza tour before the pandemic shut things down. I didn’t forget, it’s still on hold. Not so much because of the virus, more so because the other half of my pizza tour journey is out of the country for now and I promised him I would not go to any of our places until he is back.
Last week I mentioned that I had a $10 reward to use at Chopt. It was very exciting to order this salad and only pay one dollar. It’s also exciting every time I use my Stoney Clover fanny pack. I’m obsessed with this fanny pack and I’m working on a post all about it.
My custom salad creation was a mix of romaine, spinach, onions of some sort, spicy peppers, quinoa, cucumbers, tomatoes, and avocado. Tahini on the side. I love ordering through the Chopt app. It really makes things so easy to pick up.
I forgot that I bought a bag of those little organic mixed baby potatoes at Trader Joe’s so I had to use them before they went bad. Little roasted potatoes in salads are always a good idea.
I also made this easy stir fry and added some little roasted potatoes to it as well.
My iced coffee from Dunkin Donuts yesterday was really a cup of ice with some coffee added to it.
And finally, last night’s simple cup of chocolate chip cookie dough ice cream. 🙂