(Almost) Wordless Wednesday: Good eats in California

Is there anything more depressing than coming off a vacation where you ate All The Good Things you could ever want — and now have to resign yourself to leftovers at your desk, working through lunch with a crumbled granola bar for a late-afternoon snack?

Yeah. That’s how I feel. Despite having been home for more than two months, I’m still fantasizing about some of the delicious meals Spence and I shared in California. At the top would be the fabulous coconut shrimp in Monterey, followed by all the sweet, fattening and unforgettable breakfasts we were treated to each morning. I’m telling you: there’s only one way to travel, and that’s with Trafalgar Tours. (And they’re not paying me to say that. [Though I did win my vacation from them. But, you know.])

So if you’re hungry, grab a fork . . . I guess I’ll share. Just this once.

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20 thoughts on “(Almost) Wordless Wednesday: Good eats in California

    • I know what you mean, Sandy — trust me, I’m currently snacking on some organic (very dry) cereal and sipping a Diet Coke. Breakfast of champions.


    • Just about, Kathy! I think I missed a few here and there, but I couldn’t pass up an opportunity to get some good food photography in.


  1. Oh gosh, this made me hungry all over again! There’s not a place I wouldn’t eat in your pictures. By the looks of it, you had a gorgeous AND delicious vacation!


  2. Oh Meg this all looks so delicious! That shot of the fruit and cheese plate is beautiful…I love the way the light falls on the plate and you can actually see the veins in the grapes. So pretty.


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