I love everything about food, from the way it looks and tastes to cooking and eating it. I love both home-cooked food and restaurant meals, and I absolutely love taking pictures of food. This weekend, I had ample opportunity to take food pictures. On Friday night, Todd and I went to Wo Hop, a hole-in-the-wall Chinese place in Chinatown that makes delicious lo mein and crispy noodles. Saturday morning, we celebrated our five-month anniversary by gong to Ihop, my favorite breakfast eatery.
Here are some mouth-watering photos from our trips:
First up was pineapple chicken, baked and breaded with an exterior that managed to be crispy yet fluffy at the same time.
Next we had crispy honey beef, which came in six large portions. I could only eat two slices because it was so filling, but I wish I could have eaten more because it was so delicious.
The final Chinese dish was classic beef lo mein, which tasted even better with a touch of soy sauce.
I'm not sure if all Ihop restaurants carry the same things, but I really recommended their new flavored coffee. This is the raspberry mocha, but Todd had French vanilla and that was really good too.
Todd had the country fried steak with sausage, eggs and hash browns.
It also came with chocolate chip chocolate batter pancakes and extra whipped cream.
I tried to get something healthier than the cheesecake pancakes I usually get, so I got strawberry banana pancakes instead and I think I actually prefer them to my usual!