Food, Snow, & More Food

Heeeeeeyaa!  How was your weekend?  Mine was pretty darn good.  It’s bound to be a good weekend any time there’s snow in Charlotte.  It only happens once a year, so it’s kind of a big deal.

On Friday, I met Jennifer for dinner at Good Food on Montford.  They weren’t kidding.  It’s daaaaaarn good!  I was really excited for both the girl time and the eats, especially after Jen and Laura gave the restaurant their seal of approval.

goodfood               good food

We had everything!  ha  We had truffle fries, falafel, and a macadamia nut pie.  She also got quail lettuce wraps (on the left), and I got lamb cheek pappardelle with roast vegetables.  I’m already hungry for more.

As I mentioned, we got a bit of snow Saturday.  I avoided an outdoor run and hit the gym instead.  After a 67-minute spin class (27.3 miles on the bike), I was ready for lunch!  Of course, snow days call for soup and grilled cheese.  (soul-warming food)

Since there was no food left in the house, Kevin and I went out for Italian that evening.  Snow, baked ziti, and a movie = pure romance.  The night *might* have been a bit more romantic had we not watched Planes, Trains, & Automobiles, but it was really funny.

baked ziti

Sunday was the regular food prep day.  (Side note: I wrote a lil’ meal planning post yesterday you may or may not want to read.)  I also cooked duck with orange sauce, rice pilaf, and asparagus.  Yum!


Okay… this was kind of a long post.  Sorry to be so long-winded, but sometimes girl’s gotta lot to say!  Enjoy your week.

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20 Responses to Food, Snow, & More Food

  1. I’d totally forgotten about Good Food! Now I want to go back to Charlotte to eat there. 🙂

  2. Coco says:

    We have had snow flakes falling from the sky, but none sticking on the ground in the D.C. area. I was hoping for at least one snow day this year! I recently discovered that I love falafel. Too bad is not’s that healthy!

  3. Oh I don’t know… the relationship that Steve Martin and John Candy had going was pretty darned sweet 😉

    Happy Monday, girlie!

  4. Holy yum, everything looks sooo good!!! 😀

  5. Girl… you’ve read my blog… you are soooo not long-winded! 😉

  6. Oh man I could go for some baked ziti today 🙂

  7. jen says:

    LOVE that place so much and so happy to have it in my hood. i think it’s a million times better than soul. let me know next time y’all go! 😉

  8. That food looks incredible – yum! Wow, a 67 min spin class sounds like fun!

    xoxo from Trinidad

  9. Kelli H says:

    Your homemade dinner looks really good!

    I’m jealous of the snow! It doesn’t snow where I live, ever. But, we usually go up to the mountains a few times a year and it’s pretty bare this year!

  10. Kacy says:

    Everything looks amazing! I always like reading about delicious food 🙂

  11. Oh come on, any movie with John Candy is romantic, right? 🙂
    All of that food looks/sounds delicious! I like your style!

  12. Wowza, all of that food looks amazing! Yum! And Planes, Trains & Automobiles is a classic, so funny!

  13. Snowy days = grilled cheese and soup!

  14. I love when it’s cold and rainy/snowy outside sometimes solely for the fact that I can eat comfort food!!! HA HA! 😉

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