This morning I woke up feverish so I chugged some vitamin C/green tea and hoped for the best.
In reality I just went back to bed for the rest of the day and I woke up feeling a lot better. It could have been the tea/c combo or the Advil.
I will be the first to admit, I am a life food snob. I judge restaurants, if I don’t like what I see, I take my business elsewhere. But my cardinal rule when it comes to eating out, is that if the kitchen can relocate, i.e on wheels, I won’t eat there.
So imagine my surprise, when my brother takes me out for lunch and we pull over by a street corner in the middle of downtown Baltimore.
When he first told me to type in P&C bank into the GPS I just assumed, had forgotten the address of the restaurant and only remembered a nearby bank. Little did I know, that the place we were eating at was parked in front of the bank.
Yes, today I ate lunch from a food cart and I have lived to tell the tale.
My brother and his friends frequent this place, I am not really sure what it’s called, I think it’s Platters?
And you get a ton of food. Gyro meat, sauce and rice.
It was all ready with in 5 minutes and I was glad because it was kinda cold outside.
We got back to the car and ate our food in the car along with all the other people parked on the side of the road.
After, I was done eating, my mom turns to me and asks, “Do you think this place has FDA approval?”
I told my mom that I did not want to talk about it. I had just eaten a full meal from a cart parked on a curb.
And it was good.
Later that night my mom,sister and I went to a pre-wedding party for my cousin!
My Aunt gave this bracelet to my mom, but I wore it because it matched my outfit better.
I wish I had remembered to snag my fancysmancy camera, because my cousin looked gorgeous and a cell phone camera just does not do any justice.
My mom and I had fun playing with all the babies at the party.
A little bit too much fun if you ask me.