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Finally

In Not-my-street-eats, San Francisco on April 21, 2010 at 4:24 pm

YES, I KNOW, IT’S BEEN A WHILE.

Obviously, FxOxOxD is three months backlogged so expect a flood of new goodness to feast your eyes upon!

FxOxOxD is BACK IN ACTION.

Here are some highlights from my delicious trip to San Francisco in February! We’ll start at the beginning and then zig-zag-ric-rac the rest of the way. (Who knows when I ate what! I blame my many sugar comas.)

Frozen Soy Yogurt with Chocolate Shavings and RASPBERRY SAUCE

Frozen Soy Yogurt with Chocolate Shavings and TOASTED COCONUT

Upon arriving I was whisked away to Fraiche. San Francisco was swinging into a hot week so I was eager to welcome vegan frozen yogurt into my life! I got so excited I neglected to notice the toasted coconut option so I *had* to get another serving before we left. I ate both while my tour-guides worked on their single serving. What if I never returned to Fraiche again?! Good thing I trusted my gut instinct because we didn’t return to this lovely part of San Francisco.

OH!

Another reason to love Fraiche!

Yes, we certainly did spend a significant chunk of our vegan fro’yo conversation frantically whisper-scheming ways to smuggle this sexy beast out of the shop. How could we not?! You’re only in my dreams now. So close, yet so far away.

Sigh.

For breakfast, the lovely JayMoh of the Post Punk Kitchen fixed me a real down home breakfast while I showered international airport dirt off my body. Check this : ! : ! : ! :

Diner Home Fries

Spinach and Mushroom Fritatta with Daiya Cheeze

From one of my favourite cook books, Vegan Brunch! The diner home fries stole my morning show. Seriously. Perhaps even over and above Loki, JayMoh’s charming cat.

Phew, that’s enough for now!

Next we shall conquer Whole Foods, Chocolate Peanut Butter Cupcakes with double buttercream frosting and an organic chocolate covered pretzel topper, and VEGAN DONUTS.

xo.

TFish

peeess;; Loki owns my San Francisco kitty heart. Don’t let my love for fried carbohydrates fool you.

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