a favorite, thought i’d give it a go homemade (and makes a great lunch to bring to work the next day)! a colorful, delicious meal of veggies, textures & savory flavors
spinach, bean sprouts & shitake mushrooms w/ minced garlic, soy sauce & sesame oil, carrots, pickled radish, kimchi cucumbers & ground beef
mount si – one of the most popular hikes in washington state. just about a 45-min drive from seattle, it’s a close and good 8-mile round trip hike with all the characteristics of what makes the pacific northwest what it is. the shaded trail keeps you cool through the 4-mile incline. the rocky summit makes for a great lunch (with caution) on its stone stools. bring a light jacket or long-sleeve for the wind at the top!
ritual coffee in the mission, as coffee should be
breakfast on the go at the ferry building
scrumptious mini donuts by the bag at fisherman’s wharf
not too many seals hanging around this time, but still just as noisy & goofy!
weekend farmers markets & city hall
the palace of fine arts
the painted ladies
beers in the haight
hot cookies in castro
super long wait around the street corner for some real good ice cream!
beautiful murals everywhere you look, so in love
a good wait on the sidewalk under the shining sun to duck into the type of cramped space a good noodle spot should be. really good ramen noodles with the fixings!
spicy green onion ramen
spicy katana-ya ramen
extra spicy tofu ramen
neighborhood: the mission, best first bite of a burrito ever.