Thursday, May 24, 2018


Researching the 'ol family tree makes one hungry.

There's only a little snack room at the Family History Library and Ed and I wanted real food, so we took a break and took a short walk over to the Blue Lemon.  What a cute little place!  And good food, too.

We started with some of the most delicious Spinach Artichoke Dip (house-made artichoke and spinach dip, served with grilled flatbread and crisp carrots, celery, and cucumbers...$7.00) dip we've ever had.

Ed had the steak Street Tacos (seasoned and seared on iron with fresh peppers and onions fajita style, topped with creamy southwest sauce, slaw or lettuce, salsa fresca, and fresh cilantro.  Served with roasted corn salsa, guacamole, and chili-dusted corn chips...$12.50)
I had the Korean Style Beef Bowl (served over lemon-herbed rice and waterfall salad...$12.50)
A modern little eatery for a quick delicious lunch.

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2017: Twilight Parking
2016: Truck, Please Take Me To...
2015: It's What's For Dinner
2014: The House Was Nice, But The Tree Was Amazing
2013: Doubling The Gold In Wyoming
2012: Down Louisiana Way, Where The Blue Dog Resides
2011: Crossing The Park To 5th Avenue
2010: All Work, All Play
2009: Was My Mother Hot, Or What???
2008: The Fiddleheads Of Maine
2007: Fifteen Dollar. We Make Nail Nice. No Probrem.
2006: Road Testing The Girl
2005: Ed Time

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