Sausage, spinach blended with ricotta and feta, mushroom, onion and garlic on a deep dish cornmeal crust. Large $27.50 Little Star Pizza, San Francisco CA
Omg, this pizza is amazing! It’s not on the regular menu, but it’s just the Little Star pizza with sausage added and the servers know it by name. And the result is heaven! Paying almost thirty bucks for a pizza may seem like a lot, but this pie can last me for multiple meals. I find that each deep dish slice is super filling and it’s great to know that there’s some for later. I always reheat individual slices in the oven and they’re perfect as leftovers. 🙂
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Free-range chicken, pesto, sundried tomato, feta, mozzarella on a gluten-free crust. $13 Alicante, Palm Springs CA
This pizza was pretty good, but I wasn’t sold on the gluten-free crust. It had a weird, hard texture that didn’t sit well with me. It didn’t have that airy, elastic quality that’s SO fulfilling about normal pizza crusts. I sometimes try to eat healthy, but I’ll probably stick to gluten-full pizza crusts, hehe.
Chicken Cilicia, Grecian spinach and feta, Levant sandwich, and Lule kebab (lamb meatball) over rice pilaf. Served with cup of curry cauliflower soup, hummus, fruit and cheese. $13.50 La Mediterranee, San Francisco CA
Damn, this plate was certainly a value! And all the components were really yummy, expect maybe the levant sandwich because it was a little dry for me. This was enough food to feed two people though especially after having had an appetizer.
San Francisco Federal Building at dawn, 7th Street.
Proudly serving Meyers Farm hormone free, grass fed beef, ground in house daily using their special seasoning and cooked to order. Each burger is served on a fresh sesame seed bun with lettuce and a side of housemade bread and butter pickles. Sharp cheddar cheese, cole slaw, bbq sauce and tomato. $7.40 (Side of sliced cucumber salad with oregano, feta and olives. $1.50) Sesame Burgers & Beer, North Charleston SC
This placed was jam-packed! We had to wait to get seated, then we waited a really long time before we got our food. We actually waited SO long that we had our food packed to-go because our lunch time was ending! I guess that’s what happens when you have a really popular restaurant and not many dining alternatives nearby. The cheeseburger was really good though and the beef patty was tender and juicy. I loved the coleslaw and bbq sauce combination. The cucumber salad was just ok, but I can’t really complain for a buck fifty!
Typical marshland vegetation, Ripley Point. The saw palmettos seem to grow everywhere!
Aw, I love it when David cooks dinner! I try and offer to do the dishes, but he’s such a putzer that he ends up doing them before I can get the chance. Hehe! This meal was lovely and a nice change of pace from eating out. As much as I love dining at restaurants, it’s the home cooked meals that I remember the most!
Tender pork chop served with dirty rice and beans.
Mixed greens salad with sliced beets and feta cheese. Simple and delicious.
Assorted marinated olives. He knows that I love olives so he was sweet enough to purchase some to snack on.
Ornamental lemon tree (Citrus sp., Rutaceae), Roosevelt Way. You can see Twin Peaks in the background covered in a shroud of fog.
Sauteed in a tomato and pepperoncini sauce. Garnished with chopped parsley and lemon wedge. $10 Tuba Restaurant and Grill, San Francisco CA
Mmm, this was nommy! The prawns were tender and well seasoned, and I loved the flavorful sauce.
Our Lady San Francisco graffiti mural, Cunningham Place. Ok, I made up the name for this artwork in The Mission district, but it does apear to be a human manifestion of our beloved City protecting her homeless and artisans.
As complimentary bread goes, these were frickin’ amazing! I don’t think I’ve really had Turkish bread before (that I can remember), and it was really good! The bread is flavorful enough on its own but I love the extras that it comes with too.
Trailing African daisy (Osteospermum fruticosum, Asteraceae), Dolores Street. I love this ornamental flower! The mature petals fold back onto themselves and create an awesome visual effect.
3 falafel balls, hummus, cucumber raiti, cous cous, mixed green salad with feta and sherry vinaigrette, and warm whole wheat pita bread. $9.95 Cafe Flore, San Francisco
I love platters because you get to try many things – perhaps it’s the non-committal part of me. This was ok, flavorful, but the falafel was a little dry and I wasn’t a fan of the whole wheat pita. They were too dense for my taste. The hummus, raita, and cous cous were my favorite parts.
View of downtown San Francisco from Corona Heights Hill/Park.
Spinach blended with ricotta and feta, mushroom, onion and garlic on a deep dish cornmeal crust. $24 for large 12″ Little Star Pizza, San Francisco
This is my first Little Star Pizza blog entry, but I’ve been eating at this place and ordering pick-ups for a while! I love their pizzas! They are still my favorite deep dish pizza in The City. I love their thick, buttery cornmeal crust. YUM! All their toppings always taste fresh and flavorful, and I enjoy their chunky tomato sauce. I’m not a big eater so one slice is usually enough for a meal, they’re kinda large.
I cheated and added anchovies to half the pizza. That’s the Filipino in me, lol!
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