Just a small town girl in a big crazy city!

Growing up in a small town, had its benefits. For example we didn’t have McDonald’s until I was in kindergarten and had to drive to the Mile High City to get our fast food fix. It amazes me that my home town still doesn’t have a Taco Bell but if you love to eat sugar beets you can find them along the streets during the harvest.

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I am sure you are probably wondering how this is even relevant to NOLA. One of the best NOLA experiences I had while visiting is I got to meet up with my best friend from Jr. High and High School.

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Lynne and I met in study hall in 7th grade. We met because we were wearing the same Nike shoes and get this when we met in NOLA 25+ years later we had on the same brand of flip flops.

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Lynne was staying at the Ritz Carlton so I walked down the street to meet her for breakfast. She said I sounded like I was from Canada and I said she talked like she was from the South. We both just laughed. It was so awesome to see her and talk for 2 hours straight. We talked about kids, health and just life. We laughed and reminisced about sneaking out of her parents’ house. There were times when we thought her mom and dad knew because they put chimes on the door knob. Lynne said her mom never did know. Oh my! (Kianna don’t get any ideas and mom I am not sure if I ever shared this with you)if it wouldn’t have been for social media I wouldn’t have had any idea she was in NOLA at the same time.

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After breakfast Lynne and her family had to get on the road to drive home to Houston. I decided to brave it down Bourbon Street for some souvenir shopping. Being a small town girl in a big city I was a bit apprehensive to wonder around by myself much. My dad lived in NOLA for a short time and he had me all freaked out about being in the French Quarter alone. After I found some fun gifts for family and co-workers I headed back to my hotel to collect my rain poncho and my Steamboat tour ticket.

I thought it would be a fun time to spend the afternoon in the sweltering humidity and travel down the Mississippi River on a steamboat tour.

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“The New Orleans Steamboat Company locally owns and operates the last authentic Steamboat on the Mighty Mississippi River:

  • The Steamboat NATCHEZ Dinner Jazz and Daytime jazz cruises … run daily, year round, in the style of authentic steamboats in New Orleans for centuries! 
  • Steam Engine Room visitation, calliope, live jazz and optional Creole food and local beverages.

Come aboard and enjoy New Orleans hospitality….. Steamboat Style!”

The buffet was interesting to say the least. For those of you who know me I am a meat and veggies eater. I don’t really eat fried foods and not a lot of complex carbs. This buffet to say the least was a true testament of Southern Style eating. All I wanted for dinner that night was a HUGE salad.

Southern Fried Fish (Catfish I am not a fan of catfish)
Zesty cornmeal crusted and fried to a golden perfection

Red Beans and Rice  (I did have this pretty good)
New Orleans classic red beans with andouille sausage and served over Jazzmen® rice

Frittata del Giorno (This was scary looking didn’t even try it)
A classic Italian omelet slow cooked and brimming with fresh garden vegetables, specialty
cheeses and Chef’s selection of herbs and spices

Vegetarian Pasta Salad (Had enough carbs from the beans and rice)

Fontanini® Link Breakfast Sausage (Weird breakfast sausage for lunch)

Vegetable of the Day Cole Slaw (I wanted salad this was the closest thing)
House prepared creamy cole slaw

Cornucopia of Fresh Fruit (Never saw the fruit)

Corn Bread (Had to try it, needed a bowl of chili)

NATCHEZ Bread Pudding (I think the southern waitress wanted to fatten me up as she insisted I have a piece of the BEST bread pudding, if I am going to eat dessert I usually want a Pecan Mudslide from DQ)
A New Orleans soufflé of La Louisiane French bread, eggs, cream, vanilla and cinnamon
with a Callebaut® Belgian white chocolate sauce

La Louisiane Fresh Sliced French Bread (I had the corn bread)

French Market Coffee and Iced Tea included

“The Harbor Jazz Cruise entertainment includes a jazz pianist or jazz trio (Duke Heitger and the Steamboat Stompers) along with a professional live narration of the river sites and history.”

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This was a fun afternoon. I enjoyed the history lesson and spending the day on the water. After my tour I walked around the French Quarter looking in all the little shops. I found a nice crisp grilled chicken salad at the hotel and relaxed in the AC for the remainder of the evening.

 Humidity

So long

Hello Rocky Mountains!

Hello Rocky Mountains!

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No Big Hair in the Big Easy!

NOLA 7I fully expected to endure humidity in NOLA however, I didn’t expect my root lifter and mega freeze hair spray not to work. Yep I looked like a wet dog the entire time.
Enough of that rambling here is a little recap of my experience and thoughts about traveling to New Orleans for the very first time.

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My taxi ride from the airport to the hotel was very quiet. The driver said not one word to me, really an introverted taxi driver. Upon arriving at the Sheraton on Canal street I quickly changed into my workout clothes and got a 30 min cardio session. Yep this was the one and only workout I had while in NOLA attending the AHP conference. After my workout I showered and headed to the conference reception. During the reception it was raining cats and dogs in the city adding to my suffocation from humidity.
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Our consultant was kind enough to invite me to dinner.

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The Orleans Grapevine Bar and Bistro was the choice for dinner. They picked this particular restaurant so we could enjoy the outdoor courtyard. Unfortunately it was raining off and on so we sat in doors.

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The waitress was very knowledgeable and super friendly. The menu had many options which made for a hard decision. I finally decided on the soup of the day – Chicken, artichoke and sun-dried tomato and crab cakes. Both were fabulous!

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I opted to have a nice snifter of Grand Mariner for dessert and others at the table shared a beautiful brownie, ice cream and strawberry dessert.

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The chef came out and jumped on the piano with a little great balls of fire. What a fun, fabulous place. It’s a definite NOLA keeper!

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This is a picture of wet Bourbon street and a plate of Oyster poor boys from the conference lunch. I did not try them. Yep I am not into eating oysters let alone fried ones.

After a long day of classes AHP arranged for everyone to meet up at the famous Carousal Piano bar and lounge. The famous Carousel Bar & Lounge in the Hotel Monteleone is a long-time favorite New Orleans hotspot.  The classic New Orleans hotel bar is the city’s only revolving bar.  For decades, it has lured guests in to take a spin on the 25-seat, bright circus-clad Merry-Go-Round.  The Carousel Bar overlooks famed Royal Street in the heart of the French Quarter.  Guests can enjoy the view through large fan windows.  This New Orleans hotel bar has long been a favorite of both locals and tourists.

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I landed on a French 007. Vodka, pomegranate and champagne.

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My new found friends and I had one drink and decided to slop thru the rain and find some dinner.

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We walked across the street to Mr. Bs.

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“Mr. B’s Bistro, a New Orleans restaurant famous for its Creole cuisine with a focus on fresh regional products, is located in the heart of the French Quarter at the intersection of Royal Street and Iberville. This corner is a New Orleans landmark and celebrated food corner. Considered the original New Orleans gourmet bistro, Mr. B’s Bistro is owned and managed by Cindy Brennan, a member of the legendary New Orleans’ Brennan Family.”

 One of my colleagues recommended the restaurant and the BBQ shrimp which I ordered. In my mind I visioned shrimp grilled on the barbecue grill and topped with BBQ sauce. This is not the same thing in NOLA.  

Here is the menu description
MR. B’S BARBEQUED SHRIMP – A Mr. B’s signature dish! Gulf shrimp barbeque New Orleans style, served in their shells with peppery butter sauce and French bread for dipping $27
The menu states served in their shells and what they REALLY  mean is shrimp from head to tail!

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After dinner I had to try a piece if Pecan pie. I didn’t care for the crust but the filling was grand!

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Mr. B’s was ok. My thoughts for the price it was mediocre.

The next experience in NOLA would be dinner with some PA girls and a walking Ghosts & Spirits tour. When Amanda told me about the tour I thought drinks and ghosts this would be fun. On my way to the lobby of the hotel I read the brochure.

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“A Nighttime Walking Tour of the French Quarter

New Orleans has been referred to as “The most haunted city in America.” After this tour, we’ll let you be the judge!

With its colorful history and unique traditions, it is no wonder so many New Orleans homes and taverns have been investigated by paranormal investigators.

You’ll visit several haunted sites and hear about the stories featured on The History Channel and The Discovery Channel.

Hear ghostly stories about our haunted hotels and the courthouse where our state supreme court is based. We even visit a former slave exchange. Each guide has researched these “other spirits” of the Vieux Carre, so no two tours are exactly alike.
Will you see any of the ghosts that inhabit the famous Bourbon Orleans Hotel, formerly a theater, Quadroon Ballroom, orphanage and convent? Staff and guests report regular ghost sightings- maybe you will too.
Take an exciting look at the relics of voodoo ceremonies, a vampire slaying kit, and age old tools of the trade used by mystical and mysterious inhabitants of our city.
Bring your camera. You never know who will want to pose for a picture!”

Ok now I am a little spooked by the “Ghost tour”. I meet up with the girls in the lobby and we start walking to the Jackson Brewery where the tour begins.

On our walk we saw a fun wedding parading down the street singing. NOLA would be a fun place to have a wedding. It kind of reminded me of a gypsy wedding.

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We found the Jackson Brewery Bistro to eat dinner prior to our tour.

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“Jackson Brewery Bistro Bar is in the oldest and most famous neighborhood in New Orleans, known as the Vieux Carre or French Quarter. Bordered by the majestic Mississippi River and historic Decatur Street, the interior reflects the beautiful New Orleans architecture complete with ironwork balconies (mezzanines) and Victorian Industrial style furnishings.

Once one of the largest breweries in the country, the brewery is no longer active, but Jackson Brewery Bistro Bar offers a great assortment of local craft beers. Our beer sampler is a favorite!

Live entertainment and in house music reflects the beloved New Orleans and Louisiana culture during the restaurant hours and helps preserve our traditions.”

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We were early enough to get Happy Hour drinks I decided to try a mojito in NOLA. The only other mojito I’ve ever had,  was at a sushi restaurant and it was a totally different kind so I didn’t have anything to compare it to. It was very refreshing!

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and some water too!

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Now what to order for my meal????

Since I am in NOLA I had to try the Jambalaya…I have to say it was DELICIOUS! When I was in college I worked at a restaurant that offered Jambalaya and it did not taste near as good as this.

So if you find yourself at Jax’s brewery try the Jambalaya!

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The girls and I head to find tour start and needed to purchase a beautiful rain poncho before we start walking and listening to Ghosts stories.

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The first stop of the tour is at O’Claritys Irish Pub. Whoops my bad that is what I thought the tour guide said the name of the place was but it’s really O’Flaherty’s Irish pub! We stopped for a mojito and a fun ghost story.

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Next stop was the Omni Hotel for a very intense story. I guess this hotel was once a military hospital and ghosts have been known to resurface in the hotel. The next intense story was about a couple that moved to NOLA and decided to stay during Katrina. Check out the Addie Hall and Zach Bowen story. Evidently he jumped from the roof of the Omni on to a parking garage to kill himself and his spirit tends to show up now and again.

We then headed to Little Vic’s. What I loved most about this venue is the wonderful court yard, the fun statue and hilarious bathroom sign.

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Then our tour guide took us down a dark freaky ally to find the St. Anthony Garden the statue is also known as the “Touch Down Jesus”

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And the last ghost story takes place at the Orleans Ball Room! We did not get to see the ballroom as the ghosts were setting up for a wedding the next day.

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This tour had some fun history, thank goodness it wasn’t freaky scary like I thought it was going to be.

 I promise to be back before the end of the week with more from NOLA!

Mango Cafe’ Isla Mujeres, Mexico

A MUST visit while you are in Isla Mujeres.

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Mango Cafe’ located Payo Obispo #725. Colonia Meteorológico across from the Guadalupe Church, 77400 Isla Mujeres.

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The restaurant is a small little place only about 8 tables. They did have enough room to accommodate our table of 6. The servers are very friendly and are very appreciative of their guests.

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The menu is fabulous and it was a very hard decision to be made.

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I had the Nuestro Mudialmente Famoso Pan Frances Al Coco $85 pesos. It’s the French toast with almonds and coconut. DELICIOUS!

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The Chef and my Mini me shared the Chile Poblano Relleno $95 pesos.

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This is a stuffed poblano pepper with eggs, cheese bacon and everything but the kitchen sink. It’s double dipped and fried. Truly an amazing meal. So good that our family members went back for a third time for breakfast.

The restrooms are by far the cleanest in Isla.

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Polo takes pride in his restrooms and his restaurant. A very friendly guy and his English is very good. I asked him where he learned English. He lived in the US for seven years before moving to Isla to open the Mango Café.

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ATL & Southern Hospitality!

Final ATL experiences!

The next stop for dining was the Atlanta Grill located in the Ritz Carlton of Atlanta on Peach Street. This night we were dining with a colleague of ours, what fun three ladies can have at a beautiful restaurant.

Bask in the stylish comfort and warmth of Atlanta Grill – an exceptional Atlanta steak house in a landmark location. Featuring club-like seating indoors and seasonal outdoor dining on the veranda with views of Peachtree Street, it’s Atlanta Southern dining as never before.

  • Sumptuous menu of grilled steaks, chops and seafood along with Southern-inspired cuisine
  • Convivial atmosphere and impeccable service are hallmarks of this steak house in Atlanta
  • Dynamic murals commissioned for the Atlanta Grill feature rich colors and warm hues that perfectly compliment the restaurant’s décor
  • Atlanta outdoor dining is available on the veranda with wrought-iron railings and flickering gaslight-styled lanterns
  • The Cheater’s Booth accommodates six in a cozy table setting with privacy draperies, but is most popular for an intimate dinner for two

Dinner started with a bottle of Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon a delicious wine and perfect for the evening.

Deep, dense and concentrated, the flavors echo intense aromas of blueberry; bramble and cassis intermingled with cocoa, cinnamon and sweet, toasty oak. Bold, yet supple on the palate, the dark, richly fruity flavors are balanced by a bright acidity and long finish.

 

I started my meal off with the Fire Roasted Tomato Soup made with Georgia Grown Extra Virgin Olive Oil. The soup was an excellent way to start the dining experience.

 

My entrée choice for the evening was the special Grilled Halibut, Brussel Sprouts and a Sweet Potato Mash. Typing this is making my mouth water. The Brussel sprouts were a bit salty; the halibut was cooked to perfection and the sweet potato mash a perfect ending to the palette.

 

The Atlanta Grill is an excellent fine dining experience. I highly recommend visiting the Atlanta Grill just be prepared for a very large check at the end of dinner.

 

The last night in the ATL we decided it was time for some fun! So we headed to the Hard Rock Café.

 Est. November 9, 1992

If the B-52’s song “Love Shack” were to ever find a permanent home, Atlanta’s Hard Rock Cafe would be the place. With its southern charm and renowned hospitality, this location truly gives meaning to our “Love All Serve All” motto. Situated in Atlanta’s Cornerstone Building, our restaurant could be considered a cornerstone of southern rock.  Packed with memorabilia from rock legends with roots south of the Mason-Dixon Line, this cafe serves up delicious delicacies every day.

 

I ordered the Purple Haze cocktail. This specialty cocktail is made with vodka, gin, razz rum, mixed with sweet & sour topped with Sierra Mist and Chambord Black Raspberry liqueur. The two best parts of this $12 drink are one you get to keep the fun hurricane glass and the second is if you want a second drink its $8 and some change.  Lucky for me I had my MARTA one dollar coins to pay for my second drink.

Hard Rock food is Hard Rock food it’s the same at every restaurant I have been to.

I had the Famous Fajitas grilled chicken served with pico de gallo, shredded Monterey Jack and Cheddar cheeses, fresh guacamole, sour cream, shredded lettuce and hot flour tortillas.

We had fun requesting songs from the DJ. He said he grew up with Kid Rock and knew him very well. (When I started asking him to play Kid Rock songs he didn’t have them and never heard of them.) If you have the Shazam app it works great in the Hard Rock. I found a few songs that night that I liked and have downloaded.

Don’t forget to stop in the memorabilia shop on your way out to pick up your entire Hard Rock garb!

Atlanta is a fun town I would definitely go back to visit.

Coming from the West the South does have some cultural differences that take some getting used to.

However, the Southern Hospitality is true and the ATL did a great job of making me feel welcome!

When you travel what do you look for in a restaurant?

Back to the ATL….

I know it’s been forever getting this blog updated from my trip almost a month ago. Life has been very busy and I have had limited down time to just sit and write. Now is the time because I am starting a new challenge in December and will utilize my blog to hold myself accountable for the 30 day challenge. More to come on that later!

Back to the ATL!

The second night we were in the ATL we decided to indulge in some Southern comfort. Not like the whiskey but as in Southern food and atmosphere.  Our adventure lead us to a bar called

Barley’s – Where good food, fun and friends are in the pocket!

Much more than a neighborhood pool hall, the 10,000 square foot facility houses a restaurant with an array of appetizers, entrees and tempting desserts, two full bars, 22 8-foot Brunswick Billiards tables and 32 HD televisions featuring a premium tv sports package. Barleys Sports Bar & Lounge accurately reflects the owners long- term vision for the establishment, with “live” bands being offered, the services infused in the entertainment mix to keep the place fresh! The “new” Barleys also include a more concerted focus on corporate meeting, the convention industry, and private parties. Last, but certainly not least, the catering and drink menus have been enhanced to provide plenty of options! This is the great place to listen to live music check out the hottest DJ’s in Atlanta, mix and mingle with the chic and sophisticated, or to bring a first date!

With something for everyone, Barleys clientele is a diverse as the food on the menu.

They have many different kinds of fun drinks! I decided on a fun blue martini and my friend had a grapefruit martini.

We stayed for one drink and off for the next adventure.

Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint!

This place was packed but we were in no hurry and found a place at the bar to sit while waiting for our table.

Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint is the culmination of a deep history of music, food, drink and socializing in the South. Located in the former Macy’s building, in the heart of downtown Atlanta at the iconic 200 Peachtree address, Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint brings the city a place to relax while enjoying live entertainment and exceptional cuisine. Historically, juke joints originated in the rural outskirts of many southern towns to give African American communities a place to kick back and unwind after a long week of work. Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint offers a dining and musical entertainment experience in downtown Atlanta, representing diverse culture, featuring music across all genres and popular hits throughout American history. An imaginative menu makes Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint a staple in Atlanta’s downtown restaurant scene, and the allure of traditional juke joints is showcased in the restaurant’s design.

Since we were on the martini kick more martini’s it was and we made friends at the bar.

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After about an hour wait our table was ready. Music was provided by “The Soul Cartel Band” I was ready to hire them on the spot for the ball. Could I afford the travel expenses?

We decided that everything in GA is HUGE! We ordered an appetizer of Crawfish Bruschetta! In Colorado when ordering Bruschetta it comes on a crostini. Like this!

In the ATL you get your Bruschetta on French bread! OMG! This was a meal in itself and very delicious!

We also were served little biscuits I am not sure what they call them at the Juke Joint.

Time to order dinner.  The purpose of the night it to get the full Southern experience, I had a hard time deciding what to order. I ordered the Fried Chicken, Sweet Potato Fries and Baked Beans. When my plate came out we just busted up laughing. This thing was HUGE!

We laughed saying the thigh of a chicken in GA was the size of a chicken breast in CO. The fried chicken was amazing, almost as good as my grandma’s fried chicken.

I tried fried green tomatoes for the first time ummm… not my thing but I loved the “Pecan Pie.” Do you say “PEE-CAN” or do you say “PA-KON”? At the Juke Joint they say “PEE-CAN”. Cracks me up everytime I hear it.

If you ever are in downtown Atlanta Barley’s & Sweet Georgia’s Juke Joint is a great time to be had. Just be sure to not eat all day or share with your friends!

Just a few more stops in the ATL to come!

Summertime!

A romantic get away to Glenwood Springs, Colorado – known for its medicinal hot sulfur springs, rich natural history and scenic beauty.  To us it’s our back yard!

The “Chef” and “Mini Me” spend many hours hiking the mountains of Glenwood during the month of October hunting for our winter protein. They hunt for elk and deer and try to avoid all the bear scat they can.

The Chef reserved the honeymoon suite for us at a nice little chalet motel walking distance to downtown Glenwood. I am sure they don’t own a computer in this motel and the honeymoon suite wasn’t really what we expected but we just needed a place to lay our heads at the end of the night. Just the sweet thought that he had by reserving the honeymoon suite gave me butterflies!

Once we checked in we decided to take a walk and find a nice place to have a cocktail before we found a dinner house. We stopped at a nice little quaint place on the corner called The Riviera (made me think of Las Vegas). When we approached the bar there were only two seats left.

A man sitting at the bar harassed my chef telling him that the seat was free for me but would charge him for his seat. He introduced himself to us as Charlie Brown. (I totally believed him) I noticed he had an accent. I asked if he was from Glenwood Springs or if he was visiting. He said he lived in the area and asked where we were from.

As it turns out we were sitting and talking to the Swiss Master Chef Kurt Wigger. Chef Wigger also happens to be the father to a college friend of mine. Small world it is!

He shared with us his opportunity to come to America and work in Aspen in 1961. He met many different famous people working in his restaurants over the last fifty years.  People like Clint Eastwood, Rock Hudson and John Wayne. He specializes in traditional French cooking and still has a passion for the restaurant business. Chef Wigger said he would open another restaurant today if it wouldn’t kill his wife.

My Chef and I were planning to eat at a restaurant called Fins but Chef Wigger and the bartender talked us into eating dinner at the Riviera.

Our dinner started with a fabulous bottle of wine. Paraiso Syrah Chef Wigger tasted it and his comment was it was a little warm. I agree with him. I like my red wine at a perfect temperature of 50-55 degrees.

Our server was kind enough to split our Cesar salad into two portions and serve some warm bread with a cute butter dish.

We then had an appetizer of fabulous crab cakes served with a Cajun remoulade sauce. Small and petite just right for the appetizer!

We shared a little of two different entrees. Top Sirloin steak with a jalapeno butter, season vegetables and potato’s and Parmesan Encrusted Halibut with a citrus beurre blanc sauce, rice and season vegetables. These entrees are incredibly delicious but very rich. Soooooo rich that we didn’t even have dessert!

If you ever get the opportunity to visit Glenwood Springs, Colorado I highly recommend The Riviera as a dinner house to visit.

Bon Appetit!

Fabulous Summer Tacos!

When our family dines out we often find a favorite item on the menu of the restaurant.  Then my husband “The Chef” will take that particular menu item and throw his “twist” on it. We recently visited the Breckenridge Ale House and I ordered the Ahi Fish Tacos. “The Chef” created these fabulous summer tacos from just one taste of the Ahi Fish Tacos from the Breckenridge Ale House. 

Fresh Alaskan Halibut Summer Tacos!

Things you will need. White Corn Tortillas, Avocado Pico DeGallo, Shredded Cabbage, Roasted Red Pepper, Chipolte Mayonnaise, Shredded Mexican Cheese and Fresh Grilled Alaskan Halibut!

The Avocado Pico is made with: avocado, green chillies, red onion, cilantro, fresh lime juice, tomatoes & garlic. Chipolte Mayo is made with fresh lime juice, chipoltes, mayonnaise, sour cream and seasonings.   Prepare the Halibut with cumin, oregano, chili powder, coriander, chicago steak season, garlic powder, onion powder, salt & pepper. Grill to perfection.

Once you have all your fixings it’s time to build your taco!

 I started with a teaspoon of the chipolte mayo, added my halibut and some cheese. 

I finished my Fabulous Summer Taco with the avocado pico, cabbage & roasted red pepper! 

This light summer taco will be great for a hot day! Don’t forget to include a nice buttery Chardonnay like Kendall Jackson to stimulate all of your taste buds!

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