Oh this weekend. I’m not entirely sure where it went, and yet I’m sad it’s gone.
|The ever-important question: Which one is your favorite???|
[Sidenote: My elementary school was really small and didn’t have a gym, so when it was raining out, we had “indoor recess.” In 5th and 6th grade that meant that all the cool kids played our favorite CDs (the aforementioned boy bands, Spice Girls, Aqua, etc…oh dear) on the classroom boom box and knew all the dances. Our teachers must have thought we were insane. Please tell me you did this too?]
|Woah big news: some preliminary googling tells me that |
98 Degrees is reuniting and going on tour!
Saturday I baked a cake (recipe to come), to bring to a Pitch Perfect viewing party. The movie is like a cross between Bring it On, Mean Girls, and Bridesmaids, i.e. hilarious. Rebel Wilson is SO funny.
My Sunday was pretty lazy. I went for a long run in the pool (2 HOURS, aka omg kill us all now), and then lounged on the couch watching Nashville and some football (Redskins fans, I'm sorry for your loss) until dinnertime.
Dinner was a “Global Dinner.” As you probably know/assume, I’m an adventurous eater and have tried almost every cuisine DC has to offer. Therefore I’m always shocked (shocked!) when I learn that not everyone does this. Way back in August, my coworker/climbing friend invited me to Ethiopian food with a group of her friends, because they’d never had it before, which is a travesty that needed fixing asap. At that first dinner it soon became clear that most of them wanted to expand their culinary horizons, but were not entirely confident in doing so; therefore we decided to meet for regular food adventures.
So anywho, this is a long way to explain that I went to Himalayan last night and it was delicious, obviously. Indian is in my top-3 cuisines (Mexican, Indian, Mediterranean), and Himalayan food is pretty much Indian with some Nepalese mixed in. The food wasn’t as spicy as I expected(/hoped) but it was very good. And the naan – OOH THE NAAN. I love naan.
We ordered pretty safely/conservatively -- I split palak paneer (spinach and cheese – my go-to), chicken curry, and Chicken Biryani (Indian fried rice). The nice thing about Himalayan Heritage is that naan comes with the entrees. Yummmm. We didn't order momos (dumplings), but awww momos remind me of my trip to Manali, India!
And that is that. Hope you had a good weekend too, and happy Monday!