Sunday, April 17, 2011

Sacramento snapshots: Seafood, cycling and some succulent birds

Chris and I have enjoyed some scrumptious Sacramento meals over the past few weeks. Snack on these snapshots.

We rode our one-speeds to OneSpeed for one delicious brunch today. I worked hard to make a dent in this breakfast calzone, which was big enough for two. This beast was stuffed with breakfast sausage, herb scrambled eggs, sautéed onions, spinach and Parmesan, topped with country gravy. Tasted great with Old Soul Co. coffee and mimosas.

My sweets took me out for a delectable dinner last weekend at Mulvaney's B & L. We gorged on potato tortellini with marrow, quail and spring peas, tombo tuna ... heavenly!

If you’re looking for a starter with some ooh la la, try the mussels at Bistro Michel. They’re prepared with celery, shallots, fennel, garlic, white wine, cream and Pernod Absinthe. I had to resist the urge to request a whole basket of bread to soak up every last drop of the sauce.

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