like this French Toast oven baked with custard between the layers...
And nothing learned or entirely walked off by dinner time when we ate gourmet meals at various lovely local eateries...DH enjoyed braised chicken and I braised duck...this meal.
The night before I had seared Arctic char and he braised scallops...both mouth watering dishes, followed by desserts that were to die FROM...(notice I did not say to die FOR!) Face facts we both came home three pounds heavier than we left home!
Frankie's offered lighter fair for lunch and our last dinner there...
Matzo ball soup for day one lunch was delicious (funny them serving this special on Christmas day) served with a small Challah roll...their baked falafel was very good topped with homemade humus and lots and lots of chopped tomatoes and cucumbers for next days lunch...and the last evenings dinner of tomato, Canadian bacon and fresh basil pizza was good too. A size small just hit the spot.
A special thanks to the help at Frankie's, as I noticed they saved their beer bottle caps. I had seen a work of art in a gallery earlier in the day using them and wondered if they would give me the cup full I saw there. The young wait person said "Sure, and bent down to retrieve three bags full...did I want them all?" O...K... I am sure they will all make it into some art pieces sooner or later!
BTW they also have very very good homemade ice cream there too. I became partial to the raspberry chocolate chunk~ by Cowlick~