|Is she not the cutest??|
|Yes, my head is twice as big as hers.|
|Most attractive family ever? Maybe.|
|You don't say!|
But I know what you are really wanting to know, and I am happy to answer:
- I did not ride any cowboys (le sigh), although I did get quite a few great pickup lines like, "hey, wanna come get your drink on with us? It's a Saturday (at 9am)" or "if your intuition tells you to call me, you should listen."
- I did find food to eat that wasn't cow based.
And I kept within my budget by making my own breakfasts which nobody wanted to share.
|Banana, spinach, pineapple, blueberry, mandarin orange, almond milk smoothie anyone?|
I did a little vegan restaurant exploring in Dallas too. First stop was Jason's Deli.
My second stop was Veggie Garden.
I also stopped at my first raw restaurant - Bliss Raw Cafe. The cafe was lovely.
|Even more delicious than they look|
And we all had an absolutely fantastic meal at Medina.The menu was pretty simple, but they had a few vegan options.
|You know I'm all over the hummus|
And the entrees were divine in their simplicity.
My last day I struck out on my own and did a little sightseeing. Perhaps sightseeing isn't the right word. I got lost a lot. That's pretty much all I did. I drove around Dallas' endless interconnecting highways and swore at the GPS on my phone.
I did manage to stumble apon this great little village while I was looking for a souvenir store.
But I did finally find a souvenir store! I got a cowboy hat.
|I know it doesn't quite fit, but as we've established, my head is unnaturally large.|
I picked up some presents for the kids an a coworker who was kind enough to
Well that's about all I have on my trip to Dallas folks. What? I promised you a recipe you say? I know, I know, but I'm tired, and I wanted to talk about Dallas first. Next time. If I feel like it. I DO WHAT I WANT!