August 13, 2010

Phoenix Foodie

Yesterday I mentioned that on Wednesday Scott and I shared a lovely a meal together at Pita Jungle. For those of you who don't live in the Phoenix area, Pita Jungle is a health conscious restaurant that serves both meat and veggie friendly dishes. In my opinion, PJ serves the best pita and hummus, as well as berry tea in town!



For lunch Scott had a seafood pizza, and I had a veggie burger + new potatoes.




Also, a few hours later Scott and I enjoyed a before dinner snack at Hillside Spot, a cute cafe in Ahwatukee, AZ:


Green tea, black tea, and a piece of almond coffee cake.

Being home really is lovely. I am truly enjoying going to my favorite breakfast/lunch/dinner/coffee spots, and consuming amazing food (yes, I may be a foodie). However, the best part about being home is being able to see Scott whenever I want. All his sweet hugs, and thoughtful gestures and kisses really do make my day.

-Chelsea

9 comments:

  1. I love pita and hummus and that cake looks delicious too. Yay for healthy resturants!

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  2. This is making me so hungry! Num num num!

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  3. Cara-Mia- It was all so good :]

    Laura- YAY they're always my first choice :]

    Claggie- Hahah

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  4. They really do have the best hummus - I've been craving it like no other lately. And Macayo's. I guess I'll have to make a trip soon. :)

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  5. Kristy- That would be awesome if you came to visit! I would LOVE to meet you :]

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  6. Mmm, looks good! I want some of that coffee cake! Haha. I loooove coffee cake. Maybe I should make some soon... hmm. I love all of your photos of the food you eat!

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  7. I love me some Pita Jungle (and will be SO happy when the one over on Roosevelt and 3rd Ave finally opens up this fall), but I have to give the best pita&hummus award to FEZ up on Central in Midtown :)

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  8. Do not take much fast food, too bad for health. You should take normal routine and well balanced diet. gout in ankle

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