After shopping, they went out to eat. They ate at Pappasito's Cantina. Remember when they ate at the seafood place that had the chicken pasta that Mama said was the best chicken she had ever tasted? Well, it is owned by the same people. There are seven different types of restaurants owned by this family and they are big in this area. When they arrived at the restaurant, Mama heard someone leaving and they said they were not waiting 1 1/2 hours. Mama told Daddy she wasn't waiting that long either after waiting that long for Bubba Gump's the day before. However, seating was immediately available for them since there was just two of them. Mama said the place was packed with families since it was Father's Day. Mexican restaurants seem to serve a lot of seafood here. There were a few items that Mama could order though. She chose the Beef Chimichanga & Chicken Tamale. She thought she didn't like enchiladas, but it is actually tamales that she doesn't like. Oh, well. She said the beef chimichanga was really good. She forgot to take a photo of it. It was the lunch portion and it looked more like a dinner portion. The tortilla chips were served with a warm salsa and also a green chili sauce. She is really liking the green chili sauces. Dad ordered Ribeye & Diablo Shrimp: ribeye topped with grilled peppers & onions,with Diablo shrimp & choice of enchilada. The ribeye was quite large and it was really good. Mama tried a bite of it. They liked this place. We are down to about four more weekends in Houston, so they are running out of time to repeat eating at places, so they probably will not make it back there. If they had more time, they probably would try it again.
Dad looked at the snake photo and he thinks it might be a cottonmouth. If it is, it is poisonous. It's hard to tell for sure if the head has a diamond shape. Mama is on high alert when we walk now. She about jumped out of her skin last night thinking she saw a snake, but it was a pipe. This morning, we saw a stick that was black and brown. She made an "eeek" sound.
Last night, Mama made Sloppy Joe Special. This was really good. We even had a small taste of it. Yum!
1 lb ground beef chuck
½ c onion, chopped
1 can diced tomatoes, undrained
(2 T brown sugar, 2 T white vinegar)
½ loaf Italian bread
½ c shredded cheddar
Brown ground beef and onion; drain. Add tomatoes, brown sugar and vinegar; heat thoroughly. Slice bread in half lengthwise and bake at 425° until toasted. Top each half with meat mixture and sprinkle with cheese. Bake at 425° until cheese melts and bread is heated through.
|Sloppy Joe Special - Mama added mozzarella cheese to it as well as the cheddar.|
Want to see a photo of Scout? Yep, she is still around. She is doing better on our walks. We are not having to drag her out as much as we were. She has been bad at night though. She wants Mama's bed and she whines and whines. Mama got upset with her the other night and shut the bedroom door. Last night, she was much better and Mama woke us up for our walk at 5:30 a.m. instead of us waking her up at 4:45 a.m.
|She is so classy, don't you think?|
The Greyhound Who Is Enjoying Some Cooler Temps This Week