My Boneless Wing Predilection
"They're $8.99," she said, "but actually there is a one-day sale on Friday when they're going to be five dollars."
I appreciated her giving me the heads up, and since I wasn't actually going to eat them that night - well, I wasn't going to eat more than one or two that night - I decided to just come back on Friday. When I did show up on Friday, I was surprised: I had thought that maybe the five dollar deal would be a small container of the boneless wings. It was two pounds of chicken.
I'm not going to say this was great, but it was certainly tasty. I snacked on chicken pieces all weekend. And I still have more than half left.
An 80 Degree Afternoon
I did not have the camera with me so I used the phone camera. Elizabeth had the turkey dip and I had the meatball & Provolone. The former (I got to eat about a quarter of it) was as delicious as ever. Other than a Zankou chicken tarna wrap, this might be my favorite sandwich in Pasadena at the moment. Juicy turkey, sweet caramelized onions, and spicy mustard, all on a roll with just the right amount of crunch to it.
My meatball sandwich was good, don't get me wrong. It just wasn't as good as that turkey dip.
A Ginormous Gummi Bear
But I just used the last of it, and I picked up this "ginormous" gummi bear because I thought it looked cool.
Here it is next to a DVD to give some perspective.
Even More Karma Than I Thought
It took three hours in the oven to reheat, but it was another beautiful day and we were able to relax on the patio while the dish cooked.