After Anderoni returned from golfing today (they walked 18 holes!) we headed up to his parentals house.
You may notice he’s wearing a buff. Like the buffs they wear on Survivor.
It’s pretty cool, you can wear it a million ways (though he doesn’t wear his as a tube top, that I know of). He picked it up at the Outdoor Adventure Show when we went on a triple date with our friends Mike, Bri, Cameron and Leah.
I’m happy to report no surprise blizzards hit us on the way up, and even there it was a beautiful spring day. But there was still some of this…
Crazy. Andrew’s dad said he doesn’t think it will melt until May, because of all the trees.
We had a great dinner!
More chicken! It’s okay though, it was good ;). It looks breaded in that pic, but it wasn’t. It did have a really good sweet chili sauce though.
And do you notice those fries?
Yep, they are turnip fries!
I can’t lie, they were better than mine. But I did get the suggestion from Andy-roo’s mom to make them in the first place, so I guess she would be the expert. She gave me some tips, but I think the biggest one is I should chop my fries thicker. Also, she cooks hers at 375 degrees (25 degrees lower than me) for about 40 minutes and she doesn’t flip them.
I also enjoyed a little dessert action…
Vanilla ice cream topped with blueberries and strawberries with a bit of orange juice that Andrew’s mom blended together. And a dollop of cool whip. It was yummy.
Andy-roo’s grandma is also the queen of care packages (like my own Nana ;)). They are not quite as funny, but they always include some good Scottish treats.
Penguin Bars and TimTams! I had never heard of either of these before I met Ando’s G-ma, and they are yummy scrumboes to the max.
It was a good little evening.
I’m off to chillax and eat some TimTams. S’laters!