The wedding was absolutely beautiful and it was great to see all my family, even those who traveled all the way from Bangladesh to be there. Loved it all.
Mr. Spice and I drove up to Memphis from Atlanta on Friday and got there a few hours before that night’s pre-wedding ceremony started. Saturday night was the wedding and we had the whole day to ourselves. We ran some errands and then set out to have some Memphis barbecue! One of Mr. Spice’s friends had recommended a place, but it looked like a lot of driving, so we wanted to find somewhere else. I am a huge Food Network dork and love watching Down Home with the Neelys — they are so cute! Just for kicks I looked up their restaurant and it turned out one of the locations wasn’t that far from our hotel. Off we went. I didn’t take pics because you know how Mr. Spice is about taking pics in restaurants. But I can tell you it was pretty dang good. Mr. Spice got the pulled pork and I got the smoked turkey. Both of our plates were piled high with food and we didn’t make a dent in them.
Anyway, so the original plan was that we’d drive back to Atlanta on Sunday. However, I found out last week that my dad has to have some tests done on his heart later this week to test for blockage. I tend to worry about everything anyway, but I asked my mom if they wanted me to come out to help out and all that since I’m currently not working. They both said they would like that, so I ended up driving back home with my parents to Kansas yesterday. Not sure how long I will be here, at least a week though.
I was kinda hoping I’d get to do some cooking with my mom and learn some new stuff or even cook for them, but it looks like they’re both on a health kick and aren’t really cooking a lot. Pooey. But at least it’ll help me stay on track food-wise! We stocked up on fresh fruit, veggies, soy milk, veggie burgers, etc. And I might as well post some of my daily eats while I’m here, so I’ll start us off with today’s lunch:
On my plate: sliced tomatoes and cucumbers, Boca Chik’n patty on 2 slices of Nature’s Own Double Fiber bread, a slice of pepperjack, and some sriracha. The plate is from my poor grad school days, but my mom keeps it around for me to use when I visit. Gotta love that Corelle! 🙂
If I get a chance to cook anything yummy, you can be sure I’ll post it!