You are going to think I am the most fickle person you've ever met.
First quilts, then clay, then fabric painting.
You are probably thinking what is she so infatuated with now?
Ever since we moved to this area I had heard about a wonderful bakery and their breads. No one ever said, well let's drive down there so you can experience this place.
So last week a friend suggested we do and we did. I could never have imagined anything this wonderful.
This is the Bavarian style of the outside of the building.
It is a destination and while we were there a tour bus stopped to shop for breads, cakes and pastries.
This is one of two bread cases as you come in the front door. I knew I had found my spritual home the minute I saw the cases of bakery.
This BIG pretzel was in another bread case. I left some of the image around it so you could see the size of it. I'm not sure if this was for sale or just display.
There were also cases of pastries and cakes but I didn't photograph them as I knew just taking a photo would add calories around my waist.
Fortunately I took food pictures before we devoured our food.
We each selected the Rueben sandwich. I hereby declare this the World's Best Rueben.
It was served on Pretzel bread with real German sauerkraut and a Green salad. When I saw the size of the sandwich I thought I'd never be able to eat the whole thing. Well, there was not so much as a crumb left on my plate when I finished. I get misty eyed just thinking about this again.
I forgot to take the "Ladies Who Lunch" pictures to share today.
As you do this puzzle just try to experience my visit here and the food we enjoyed.
I realize I haven't been posting a daily puzzle recently and I am wondering how many of you are still doing my puzzles. If you are I'd sure like to know. You can post a comment or send me an email so I know if I should be continuing to do this.