If I go to Moosewood enough will I turn into a moose?
Probably not but the fella and I went again tonight.
We started with a salad. I got the spinach-basil house dressing, while the lovely fella got the feta garlic dressing. I still like the lemon tahini best.
He also got an Ithaca Apricot Wheat Ale. I tried it, pretty tasty! Very fruity! I don’t like beer too much but I would definitely order one of those sometime!
Apparently in 2008 it was voted the best brewery in New York state? Hmm…
Before leaving the house, I looked at the menu (as it changes daily) so by the time I got there I already knew what I wanted. Sadly, when we were seated the waiter let us know that the Eggplant, Red Pepper and Spinach Curry was already gone! Sooo sad! So instead I got the Mole de Olla (A traditional Cuernavacan “kettle” stew of potatoes, corn, green beans, zucchini and yellow squash simmered with a spicy red guajillo chile mole; served with vegan cornbread and topped with Monterey Jack cheese.”
Sounds and looks tasty right? It wasn’t. It was cold and bland. I actually ended up eating about five bites before the lovely fella ate the rest.
His on the other hand (Red White and Green Lasagna: Layers of lasagna noodles, roasted zucchini, Italian cheeses and spinach baked in a tomato-wine sauce) was delicious! I probably ate more of his than he did.
I was really disappointed in my dish but didn’t send it back. For some reason, I can never bring myself to do that. How you send things back at restaurants if you are not pleased? Is it rude to do so? Do restaurants appreciate honesty?
Oh well. I still ate plenty and had a nice time.
The evening wouldn’t have been complete without dessert: Vegan Apple-Blackberry Crumble
I’m dying to buy one of their cookbooks! I think I’m going to buy one (or two so I can get free shipping) on Amazon. Any suggestions from Moosewood Cookbook owners??
The lovely fella is leaving tomorrow, and I’m pretty bummed about that but what’s a girl to do?
Anyway, have a great night!