Hand-pie-style cobbler for breakfast at Curio Confections, one of my favorite local bakeries in north Seattle.
A maple-glazed and a Butterfinger doughnut from Voodoo Doughnut (tagline: the magic is in the hole), a bright pink doughnut truck in Portland, OR.
A whole delicious mess of Thai food, from a food stand at Portland's Saturday Market.
My boyfriend Lee loved this pulled pork sandwich at one of the Portland farmers markets.
One thing I loved about Saint Cupcake in Portland was that all of their flavors also came in minis!
I made this chocolate-pumpkin-pecan pie because Lee requested it, but it turned out a little odd. I would definitely combine any two of those flavors in a dessert again, but all three was a bit much.
House dinner: Moroccan vegetable stew, cooked by my roommate Alison.
Migas, a tex-mex inspired eggs and vegetable hash in a giant tortilla, from Portage Bay Cafe in Seattle.
Lee's breakfast at Portage Bay: pumpkin French toast baked inside of a sugar pumpkin!
I've fallen in love with Delancey, a local woodfired pizza place run by one of the Seattle food bloggers I follow. Wait times are often 45 minutes to an hour, but I'mtotally hooked and always wait it out.
We started with the burrata, a big ball of creamy cheese served with salty crunchy toasts and drenched in olive oil.
I got the crimini pizza, which was delicious. Lee got the same, but with the addition of local sausage. I think my favorite part is the crust--doughy and sweet around the edges, thin but never soggy in the middle, and charred just the right amount.
I also love that they serve salt and red pepper flakes in little bowls with even littler spoons. Very cute.
Breakfast at Coupa Cafe in Palo Alto: two fried eggs, warm baguette, fruit, and a latte.
Tamale with squash, rice, and beans for lunch at a little Mexican restaurant in the Mission District of San Francisco.
An utterly ridiculous appetizer at Blowfish Sushi in San Francisco: a sashimi platter set atop a foaming cauldron of dry ice.
What's the most memorable thing you've eaten recently?