Thursday, May 5, 2011

Halifax: Day 2

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10 comments:

  1. Looks like a great trip! I love it when restaurants have oatmeal on their menu, but unfortunately no one ever has GF oats!

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  2. I feel your pain abt the soy nut butter! My jar of Nuttzo got confiscated in the LA airport: $20 down the drain, it was painful!

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  3. I'm the same way with really good food. Occasionally something is just too good NOT to finish (like my favorite raw mint sundae!) but most of the time I just keep eating because it's yummy in general. Something I'm working on too!!

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  4. I've never been anywhere with oatmeal on the menu, mmm it looks so yummy! That Romanesco pizza is making me so hungry right now. What an awesome trip!

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  5. I've gotten nut butter confiscated too! It's so annoying.
    That pizza looks amazing! Sometimes my eyes are bigger than my stomach when it comes to eating really good food, but I think it's okay once in a while. It's not like I eat that way everyday and I really like to be able to enjoy something special!

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  6. That overload of feta looks to die for. I would have definitely eaten that whole pizza, too!

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  7. mmm all your eats look great! sounds like youre having fun in halifax =)

    and about good food - i totally do that too - but i think most people do that, and it's totally normal. eating doesn't have to be perfect - sometimes we will be uncomfortably full. our bodies can adjust to that, and we can just move on!

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  8. Seaweed salad is amazing! I really like the inside of Cafe Chianti; super cute!

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  9. Halifax sounds like a cool place! That bookstore is crazy!! Haha, I'd get so lost in all those books. And your pizza seriously looks delicious!

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  10. just started reading your blog, i love it :) I actually live in Halifax! And i agree with you about the hills here, they are crazy! :) Glad you had a good time here, its a pretty good city

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