Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Filipino food

For lunch today I decided to try some Filipino food at this restaurant that opened down the street. It's called Betchay's Pancit Lumpia & Grill. I had the BBQ chicken plate with rice and veggies, and 3 lumpias. I liked it. The guy working there also gave me tastes of Chicken Adobo and a beef with veggies in peanut sauce dish. They were good but I wanted more vegetables than what was in those dishes. I noticed that alot of the pre-made dishes there lacked vegetables!

I've been buying lots of digi-scrapping stuff. I think I can't turn away from any digi-kits that has a BEACH or SURF theme! Look at all this stuff I have now...

"Beach Cottage" by Ashley Olson at The Digi Shoppe

"Boy Board Shorts" by Ashley Olson at The Digi Shoppe

"Surfer Dude" by Paislee Press at

"Bikinis & Board Shorts" collaborative kit at

"Winter Surf" by Kellie Mize at Designer Digitals

"Surfer Dude" by Katie Pertiet at Designer Digitals

"Surfer Betty" by Gina Cabrera at Digital Design Essentials

"Surf's Up" by Kim Hill at CGEssentials

Sigh. I just can't get enough of "surf" papers I guess. I really like all the colors, and I especially dig the hibiscus flowers, I can't get enough of them.

We had a good weekend this past weekend. On Friday night Todd and I went to Indian food and Passage To India in Rancho Bernardo. It was yummy and we also had garlic naan bread, our favorite. Then we came home and watched the movie "The Illusionist" with Edward Norton, Jessica Biel, and Paul Giamatti. I liked the movie, it was very artistically shot and the plot was very interesting. If you haven't seen it check it out. Saturday morning we went running along the coast in Cardiff and Encinitas. We ran extra long this time, past Swami's north and all the south to Yogi's Bar & Grill. I felt good running while watching surfers down below the cliffs. Afterwards we went to Seaside Market and got cherry almond scone and raspberry almond bar for breakfast. It was very yummy! On Sunday we went to the brunch buffet at Cozymel's at UTC. We went to get fajitas, but discovered they have a Sunday brunch buffet there. It was delicious. Lot of choices (omelette bar, potatos with chorizo, eggs benedict, shrimp cocktail, ceviche, taco bar, fajitas, grilled fish, lots of desserts) for only $15 each. Then we went to Bodies The Exhibition at UTC. It was very interesting, but certainly not for the squimish.


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