Another week another Meal Deal. I wish I was that efficient haha.
So in a strange turn of events, the NSSSO wanted to go downtown for brunch. Colour me surprised was pretty much my only reaction to the suggestion. But hey, why not, especially if he was in the mood. So, he took me to a new restaurant at Harbourfront. I was just glad that it was a beautiful day, if it had rained then it would have wasted the beautiful patio area that Joe Bird featured. I’m a sucker for the industrial look (trying to convince the NSSSO that a concrete wall in the bedroom would be awesome), so the place appealed to me on looks alone. What would the food be like? I was told chicken, chicken and more chicken.
207 Queens Quay W Unit #150
Welcome to the second session of Being Well (applause). This one is a biggy, I just finished my quarterly blood test with my doctor and got the report back.
News is not good, the cholesterol level is up (we think it might be that one week in Tremblant where I forgot about my health…) and my doctor is concerned. I’ve been given a stricter diet and if you want to know more, feel free to continue reading.
Ready for another Vacay Mayday? I certainly haven’t recovered from it.
Mt. Tremblant is a beautiful beautiful place. So tranquil, peaceful, quiet… to only be ruined by the foghorn level of loudness only my teenage cousins can achieve. What possessed me to take them, and only them on this trip?! Oh right, one of them got into university and this was us celebrating.
The season of Summerlicious is upon us so special posting schedule of two this week!
I went to Café Boulud for dinner with Laughliveat and checked out their Summerlicious menu. This is a restaurant that I’ve always wanted to try so I was really excited to check it out. The two of us met up at Bay station and noticed that our outfits matched. Clearly it was a good omen. We got a tad lost when we entered the restaurant, just because the entrance we used said D Bar, but a lovely hostess directed us upstairs to Café Boulud.
60 Yorkville Ave
I’ve started a brand new adventure this year that I feel like I’m ready to share. One of my new year’s resolutions this year is to be healthier. As you age, things change or stop working quite so well… my metabolism is one of those I guess. My doctor’s been concerned with my cholesterol level and thus I’ve been carefully monitoring it. In January, I decided I needed to help myself more and started Meatless Mondays.