Hungry for Harry’s

I have no idea where the time went yesterday but I failed to post! I also failed to get any pictures of my meals. But I did get this:

surprise flowers

I’m really oblivious to my surroundings apparently. I got home from work and rushing to get ready for class, I walk in, set my stuff down, go to the sink and wash my hands, look at the counter and think “man, I need to clean,” then finally notice in my peripherals that the flowers are sitting there. My bad. They came with a sweet note too! Yep, he’s a keeper. =)

Thursday’s meals:

Meal Food Calories
Breakfast Corn Flakes 100
Almond Milk 40
Lunch Salad and veggie wrap 300
Snack Chips and Peach & mango jalapeno jam 100
Dinner 5 tacos 550
Total 1090

I can’t remember what all I ate but I feel like I’m forgetting something…. anyways, pretty boring. Made an easy lunch to take to work, then for dinner we had those 50 cent tacos from Porter’s Bar and Deli. We hadn’t gone there in a couple weeks.

Now for Friday’s meals:

Meal Food Calories
Breakfast Corn Flakes 100
Almond Milk 40
Snack Banana 100
Lunch Bagel thin veggie sandwich 270
Snack half Luna bar 120
Dinner Crab cakes 192
Roasted Chicken Cashew 250
Bites of Daniel’s Pork Roulade 50
Dessert 1/2 Chocolate Chip Cheesecake 250
Drinks Pineapple juice and Malibu 150
Total 1522

I feel like it should be more calories considering how much I ate for dinner but I guess I didn’t eat too much before that.

So for dinner, Daniel decided to take me to Harry’s, a local fine dining restaurant in the historic Wareham Hotel. I only go there with my parents (because they pay! haha) but it is amazing and worth the price! They’ve changed up their menu since I was last there and my usual Chicken Gouda pasta dish was not listed so I decided was forced to try something new. I went with the Roasted Chicken Cashew and it is divine. The chicken breast is on a bed of rice with a sweet ginger soy sauce, a broth of pecan bacon cashews, and topped with fried leeks. I was not disappointed!

Roasted Chicken Cashew

Going a little out of order, I LOVE the crab cakes there for an appetizer. I don’t think I can go there without getting them. I used to not be a big fan of seafood.  These crab cakes were the beginning of a new love for me and I hold them dearly in my heart.

crab cakes

Ever since I fell in love with crab cakes, I’ve made a point to try them at most restaurants when I see them, and not being bias, these are STILL the BEST crab cakes I have EVER had. I’m salivating about them right now.  I love the crispiness and the shredded crab in it and the SAUCE! Let me tell you about the sauce.  Straight from the menu “jalapeño béchamel, sriracha and red pepper aioli sauce.” If I knew what that all meant, I would recreate it.  All I got was the sriracha part.

For Daniel’s dinner he ordered the Pork Roulade. Also a good choice! Look at that mountain! Excuse the blurry photo (Daniel took it).

pork roulade

The port is stuffed with shrimp, crab, and a spinach sauce and sits on a base of mashed potatoes with a yummy curry sauce and topped with spinach. What more could you want?

Now for dessert, they don’t just have any old dessert menu. They bring you a display of the desserts and tell you about each one.  We went with the chocolate chip cheesecake.  Heaven. Pure heaven.

chocolate chip cheesecake

As for working out, we didn’t get around to it on Thursday but we did going running on Friday before dinner! Just two miles though. It was HOT and we were dying. And, you know, getting hungry for the delicious meal that awaited us at Harry’s.

Today, we’re headed to KC to see a tribute band concert of Journey, Eric Clapton, Tom Petty, and Fleetwood Mac.  I’m going with my parents, my sister Sarah, and her hubby Joosung. Should be fun!

Anybody have an awesome meal some where or have fun weekend plans?

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