So, I was sitting at the Edgewater Grill in San Diego last Saturday morning enjoying a delicious vegetarian omelette with spinach, onions, mushrooms, tomato, and goat cheese reading Julie & Julia and thought to myself, "I should record my culinary diary." As I was looking out over the harbor on this cool overcast day that was the moment I decided to record my food journey.
I do this so I can remember what I learn as it really happens - the "highs and lows," and the successes along with the "crash and burns." I have so many recipes that I want to try, and I have so many kitchen gadgets that I would like to learn to use better. I really enjoy cooking. Someday, I might even like to take a cooking class, or two. I also record my activity, thoughts, and reviews for others who might like to learn along with me. (Hey it's just my 2 cents as an average foodie, so take it for what it's worth.)
By the way the omelette was truly delicious but the hash browns served with it were "deep fried potato chunks" like you might find on an average breakfast buffet. Yuck. Next time I will ask for fruit and toast for my side (because I didn't care for the super sweet banana muffin served with it either.) The omelette was perfect and the fresh whole spinach leaves looked like they were perfectly preserved within the egg while all the other ingredients made up for a warm tasty stuffing. Yum!