Pecorino romano cheese, fresh arugula, garlic aioli, tomatoes on focaccia. Added olive tapenade and had it toasted. $8.99
A.G. Ferrari, San Francisco CA
Mmm, this sandwich was delicious! I’ve always had my sandwiches pressed at A.G. Ferrari because they’re always better warm and gooey. Even if the sandwich traditionally uses a different type of bread, I’ll request it on focaccia and have it pressed.
Side of macaroni salad. I’m loving the tiny macaroni pasta.
Complimentary sushi. 2 oysters $3
Basa Seafood Express, SF Street Food Festival 2013, San Francisco CA
These were SO gross! Granted I’m not a fan of large oysters, and these miyagis weren’t even that large, but they were luke warm (and it was a warm day out), poorly shucked (there were shell bits everywhere!), and they didn’t look or taste fresh! I drowned the smaller of the two oysters in lime juice hoping to kill any lingering bacteria and reluctantly ate it. It tasted disgusting so I threw away the second oyster. Ugh, SO disgusting! Even the sushi sample tasted old!
“There’s so much love in this city” mural, The Mission. I wish I had more love for Basa Seafood!
On hard sourdough, mayo and mustard packets on the side. $5.95
Lucca Ravioli Company, San Francisco CA
This delicious, no frills sandwich is sliced to order and pretty large for six bucks! The meats are yummy and they put a good amount of it in the sammy. Yay! Next time I’ll probably get the soft sourdough bread though. This was a little too hard for me, especially since I didn’t put any condiments on it.
Still wrapped in the butcher paper.
Lucca Ravioli sign on the side of the store.
Corn chips with fake cheese, chili, and jalapenos! This is my ultimate arch nemesis come 2 AM, lol! I feel sick just looking at this, but I always seem to find a 7-Eleven on my way home from the bars. Barf…
7-Eleven, San Francisco CA
Pink silk tree or mimosa tree (Albizia julibrissin, Fabaceae), 19th Street.
Freshly grated zucchini is baked into this hearty bread that’s complimented by crunchy walnuts and spiced cinnamon. $2.75
Napa Farms Market, San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
I think it’s interesting that this market sells baked goods from City Baking Company which is actually based out of South San Francisco and not Napa Valley. Oh well, the bread was delicious and cut nice and thick.
Small drip Equator Coffees & Teas. $2.25
Homemade peach flavored ice cream. Small $2.75
Hyman’s General Store, Charleston SC
Omg, three scoops of ice cream is a small here! That’s a lot of ice cream! It was very good and I liked the airy consistency. The store is next to Hyman’s Restaurant which always has a crowd of people waiting to dine inside. It looks SUPER touristy though so I prolly won’t try it.
Charleston Waterfront Park Pier. Took a stroll after dinner and enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere at the park.
Fanta mango flavored sugar-free Slurpee. Free today for SlupFREE Day from 11AM to 7PM! This 7.11 oz cup has 20 calories and definitely tastes sugar-substitute-y, lol!
7-Eleven, South San Francisco CA
Pina colada flavor.
Project 365: Day 102
Worked out this morning before meeting D-Dubs for breakfast at Dolores Park Cafe. I had to give him Kry’s camera before he flies out for Germany. It was nice catching up with him and I’m super excited to meet then in Dublin in 1.5 weeks. Had to go into work again for a quick assignment. Now, I’ve just been working on this blog, doing laundry, and watching tv. This weekend as flown by! Now I have to pack for my trip to Las Vegas tomorrow afternoon. Ugh, I’m SO tired of traveling!
I’m not sure where they get their pastries, but this apple danish was calling to me. It was pretty good! And I love the friendly guys at Upper Terrace Market. It’s such a cute, neighborhood corner store.
Upper Terrace Market, San Francisco