Yesterday’s menu:

  • Breakfast:  To Go stuff – yogurt, muffins, granola bars, fruit, coffee, juices
  • Lunch:  Jeanie and Carol Ann’s version of Chipotle – 2 types of chicken, shredded beef, cilantro lime rice, tortilla shells and all the fixin’s
  • Dinner:  BBQ – Hot Dogs, Hamburgers, Veggie Burgers, Salmon Burgers plus all the fixings

Today’s menu:

  • Breakfast:  Blueberry and Plain Pancakes with maple syrup and coconut syrup, Scrambled Eggs, bacon, sausage, canadian bacon, fruit salad, juices and coffee
  • Lunch:  Croisant Rolls sandwiches – variety of turkey, roast beef, ham, and PBJ, chips, fruit cups, and an odd assortment of other “lunchy things”.
  • Dinner:  Asian stir fry night – with chicken, rice, rice noodles, salad, and some left over BBQ stuff for those who would prefer that.

 Note:  Jasmine Rice is different than normal rice – more of the “sticky rice”.  I bought it for the Chipotle meal and found out the hard way.  But, if you just pass it off as “intentional”  then it’s all good to go!

Well, off to plan more menus for the next few days.  Only one more trip to the now dreaded Costco left. 🙂

On a side note, after breakfast we sat out for a bit and watched the surfers and listened to the ocean.  The waves were really big today – in fact there was a warning out this morning addressing this.  As we were quietly enjoying the day, I spotted a “shark” in the water. It looked very shark-like anyway.  After observing for a while, I noticed it was probably not a shark….but definitely something.  We imagined it was a turtle, a seal, a whale, a big fish – we even asked a surfer dude walking by.  He said he thought it was a turtle, or maybe a harmless shark (is there such a thing?!)  Finally when we were getting ready to go, we meandered down to get a closer look.  Oh my goodness, it was most definitely (insert dramatic pause and gasp for effect here) a palm frond that had fallen off a palm tree into the water and was bobbing around.  🙂

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About cakboliv

Born in Cochabamba, Bolivia to wonderful missionary parents, Howard and Maxine Morarie. Grew up in Bolivia, both in a remote jungle village

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  1. Karen says:

    Stay away from those palm fronds!!!! Can you come cook for me? Cookn’ Carol Ann’s Resturant! Enjoy those waves. I can hear them now! Ahhhh.

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