Supper is Philadelphia is one of the best and tastiest restaurants I have been to in the city. The decor was amazing, the food delicious, the beer and wine very interesting and eclectic. Even the bathrooms were well lit and tastefully designed. I can't wait to go back and take Chris!
I just realized September is almost over, and I have not posted anything since the 1st! I promise to do better! It is not for lack of things going on...My birthday was on the 9th, pretty fun, but birthdays just aren't as fun as they used to be. There should be a rule that you have to have a party with cake and friends and act like a kid. That would make every birthday fun, right?
We are in the second week of Center City Restaurant week and since Chris and I are both gainfully employed I have been taking better advantage of it. I would say we have, but since they are offering lunch this time around I have had more opportunity to take advantage.
So far have visited three restaurants and have plans to visit two more by the end of the week! For those of you not familiar with Restaurant Week, it is a time when the restaurants in Center City Philadelphia offer a 3-5 course prix fixe dinner (or lunch this time). It is an opportunity to try some of the fancier restaurants at below average prices. It's also a great excuse to go out!
I will try my hardest to do better blogging. At least I know I didn't miss my calling to be a great writer! :)
In my Care2.com newsletter there was a reasonably simple sounding recipe for a Spinach Curry Paneer, one of my favorite dishes. I decided I would try it out. So far the cheese making was not hard at all (no pun intended, it is in fact a very soft cheese). Next, after refrigerating overnight, I will assemble the rest of the dish. Hopefully it is as delicious as I think it should be. More to come. This could be the start of a wonderful foray into the culinary world of India. Maybe I will try to master nan next, or the Tandori!! Baby steps, Hannah, baby steps....
Well, I am a bit wacky, but in good, healthy ways. My mom would call it quirky and I have become more so since she passed away a year and a half ago. I am just carrying on her legacy of quirky-ness. Mostly, I really enjoy the little things in life; walking down the street to a great song, the smell of books, the way my cats look at me adoringly...Isn't that what life is all about? Enjoying the little things?