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Travel

San Diego

San Diego was short but sweet! I was only there for one day so I didn’t get to check out very much. I did eat at Loving Hut, and if you like Thai food I highly recommend it. Warning to all superheroes: I left feeling very salted. However, if you are a flirt or vegan you probably won’t notice this. I had some really yummy things though. I had the Yum Yum Wanton soup and the BBQ Noodles with a bunch of cilantro, peanuts and soy protein that’s basically like bbq’d chicken.

I had a book signing event at Isabel’s Cantina. They have lots of veggie stuff on their menu usually I’m told, but that night they made mostly recipes from my book. And the whole meal for around 100 people was all plant based! My favorites that she made that night were the Artichoke, Mushroom, and Leek Crostini with Pesto from my book, and the Cuban-Style Roasted Sweet Potatoes and the Chorizo Tacos…so yummy! Everyone loved them! My parents came to the signing, and so did my mother-in-law and her husband, Ed. It was sweet!

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I really wanted to go to Spread, Cilantro, and Nature’s Express but there just wasn’t enough time… there was also this place called Veg-N-Out that looked great for veggie burgers and hot dogs… I’ve never been there but it looked yum. And Peace Pies looked so cute and friendly, I would love to get a pie from them one day. How great is this picture from their website of this cute guy holding the pie.

That’s all for now…

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