First of all, it was not my intention to eat out at all today. I only did this because I overslept, and lacked the time to have breakfast at home. But I reasoned; “If I must do this, I wanna at least eat something halfway light…”
I would’ve had a gardenburger, but seeing that I drove for a living, I had to take that on a day that I’m not on the road, if you know what I mean.
But looking back now, I still feel bad because I’ve been doing food prep, and avoiding eating out and fast foods for about a month or so, and long story short, I have more money in my pocket because of it.
The Turkey Melt, on the other hand, was way lighter than an omelette with grits and pancakes (gonna post an entry on that later on), even more lighter that a full-pound cheeseburger with quarter-inch thick fries and a draft beer as tall as a 12″ ruler (gonna share that one, too), it held its own to say the very least.
Served on either toasted or pan fried rye bread with cheddar on one slice, and Swiss on the other slice, with 2-3 slices of Turkey deli with chopped onions in between. I ordered the fries separately, and requested the mushrooms.
For some reason, I’ve grown addictive to mushrooms in recent months…
Don’t ask, cause it’s kinda inexplicable right now…
The sandwich was delicious. And BTW, I washed it down with an apple juice. Also loaded with sugar, both natural and processed despite being 100% juice. One glass was enough for me right there.
On the bright side of this, I’ve only eaten out twice this month. Sure beats doing that three to four times a day. So maybe I shouldn’t feel so bad after all.
I’ll be more disciplined next time around.
One more thing, if you’re ever in the Detroit area, be sure to check out Leo’s Coney Island, and follow them on Twitter. They’ll take care of you.
And I definitely recommend the turkey melt!
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