Since the sushi place was closed we decided to try a place near Goodwill called Moe’s Southwestern Grill. Neither one of us had heard of it, but I remember someone commented one time about their salsa bar – nice!
I ended up getting the two taco combo – one crispy and one soft with chicken. I could only eat one it was so filling – my toppings included black beans, cucumbers, and my beloved pickled jalapenos! 😀
I got guacamole on the side (sadly, had HUGE chunks of onions) and tomatillos salsa on the side:
Then we headed to Goodwill – we probably spent about an hour and a half there! The first time there Hannah and I were just concentrating on the clothes, but they had racks and racks of odds and ends. I ended up getting a few mugs for Hannah that I thought she would like and some canning jars. Here are some oddball things:
But my biggest regret was that these sandles were 1/2 size too small – I fell in love with Born brand shoes when I bought a pair at my local thrift store, brand new, for $10. They are slip on shoes and I literally wear them almost every day. They were starting to look worn so I decided to look them up to see where I could buy them and was shocked to find out they cost $100 new!
I had one steak defrosted when I thought it was just me and Tony, but once I knew my Mom and Joe were staying for dinner, I did a quick run to the store for more steak.
I found that after the steaks are done, I individually wrap them and put the steak on each persons steak in the foil – that way they have all their own juices after the meat has rested – I am happy to say they were perfectly cooked!
I baked potatoes in the oven, but finished them off on the grill for a cripsy skin.
It was a nice dinner and nice to have Mom and Joe stay. Now I need to clean my kitchen and get into some comfy clothes!
Thanks for all the comments on my haircut – my mom loves it too and took lots of pictures to take to her hair dresser! Hope everyone had a wonderful weekend, see you in the morning!