Around noon, my mom and I headed downtown Orlando to grab brunch. One of my favorite restaurants in downtown is called Hue. It’s a trendy little dinner spot (read: expensive), but I’d heard it had a very reasonable breakfast menu.
I ordered the Hue Scramble #1, which was scrambled eggs with asiago cheese, bok choy, mushrooms, onions, peppers, and other veggies. Plus Southern-style Homefries:
Boy choy tastes amazing with eggs! I must repeat this at home. It gave it a crunchy texture.
Plus, a buttery roll:
After our meal, we walked about 0.25-mile to the downtown farmers’ market to look at jewelry and other knick-knacks. My mom was really impressed by the selection of jewelry and bought her friend a set for her birthday.
I ended up buying some all-natural, vegan Apple Butter. I tasted the Pumpkin Butter, and it was AMAZING, but they were all out! I was so disappointed – must go back next week for Pumpkin Butter! This Apple Butter was sweet and crunchy, and it was a nice substitute.
We spent about an hour relaxing on the public picnic tables and watching all the people and doggies. My mom and I like to make up stories about people as we watch them. It’s a family habit to gossip about strangers (the stories aren’t all bad, though!). It’s a fun way to pass the time.
I also played with Pebbles the Pug:
On the way home, we stopped at some stores and went on an Operation Beautiful posting spree:
That Apple Butter is screaming my name! I think it’s time for some toast….
Hope your day is fabulous!