With sweet and sour pepper sauce. $7
Jiao, Palm Springs CA
I really liked this roll. The addition of ripe mango was great and the pepper sauce kept everything bright and fresh. We were looking for light fare so this was perfect!
Lemon tree in the backyard on a typical Palm Springs day.
These little morsels were really fun and tasty. I mean, how can you really go wrong with bread and hot dog?!
D T Dim Sum & Tea, San Leandro CA
Mushrooms, pasilla peppers, goat cheese, asiago, swiss. $2.75
Arizmendi Bakery, San Francisco CA
Mmm, this was warm and cheesy and SO good! I can’t say I’ve had too many rolls that had pasilla peppers in them, but this was tasty!
YBCA advertisement, 24th Street Bart Station.
Breaded and fried shrimp with mixed greens and tomatoes on a toasted roll. Served with cole slaw and fried okra. $8.95
Jestine’s Kitchen, Charleston SC
Mmm, this was SO much food for nine bucks! The shrimp were tasty and the sandwich was too large for me to finish, especially with the colesalw and fried okra. I ended up foregoing the bread midway through and just ate the center. I definitely gained a few pounds during this trip!
I also got a side of macaroni and cheese ($2.50) because I can’t deny the little fatty in me, lol! It was delicious!
View of Fort Moultrie from the visitor center, Sullivan’s Island. I took a little tour of this cute fort during a free weekend. It was really cool to learn more about the history of the Charleston area.