My eats from July

Better late then never! Here are my fave food photos from July!

First up, fourth of July fun!

I made up fruit and pound cake skewers to bring along to the BBQ the bf and I went to, and brought some whip cream too! Strawberry shortcake on a stick? Yes, please!

july 4th skewersWhile I was shopping at Wholefood’s, the peeps at the pizza counter had made an awesome July 4th inspired pizza!

flag pizzaHere is the spread at the barbecue. Oh, how I love summer! Ugh, why is it almost over?!

july 4th food spreadA night out with some college friends, resulted in cocktail’s on the roofdeck of the Revere!

roof deck drinksThe bf and I took a nice drive up to Maine for the outlets and a super delic seafood lunch at Bob’s Clam Hut!

clam hut

Another night, we hit up Kowloon, which I had never been. Eh- not that impressed.

kowloon kowloon food

What I was impressed by though was Mexico Lindo in Melrose, MA. Oh how I love pitchers of margarita’s and fajitas.

mexico lindo

One of my bestie’s was in town visiting and she missed good old Bertucci’s, so we got an old favorite, Silano pizza!

silanoAnd for dessert, gelato!

gelateriaShe brought me a cool candy bar to enjoy – Marvellous Creations!

candy barNow let’s get to some yummy food at home! Eggs and cheese baked in tomatoes with chives ended up an awesome and easy breakfast.

stuffed tomatoOne of my favorite summer combo’s = fresh fruit and cottage cheese!

healthy snackThe bf cooked us up some spice rubbed steaks, beans from the garden, and cous cous for din din one night!

steak and cous cousI made up a new taco for myself! Buffalo chicken with ranch and celery! So good!

buffalo chicken tacoHoly turkey wrap! Biggest and best club wrap around, brought home from Going Banana’s in Boston!

turkey wrapAnd last but not least, July in the North End isn’t the same without a trip to one of the feasts, where the grills are filled with meat on a stick!

north end feastsHappy Saturday and Labor Day weekend all!


3 thoughts on “My eats from July

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