Tuesday started out to be an average day. I was going to go run a few errands. One of those was to get the truck smog checked.
Unfortunately, it didn’t pass. It was an easy fix. Just a small cap that was missing. No major repairs needed. And, the technician said that the dealership should have the part and it’ll probably only cost $3-4.
Ok, easy, right? So, I drive to the dealer. Nope, they don’t have the part. But, they were nice enough to search the system and find a place that did have the part. They even called over there to verify that the part was there.
So, I drive to that dealership. Only, oops, I stopped at the wrong dealer on the way. Back into the truck to drive down a few more miles. Of course, by this time, I’m starving. Yep, the dealership had the part, and good news, it was only $1.62. Woo hoo, a bargain.
Now, back to that starving part. There used to be an Inka Grill right around the corner from where the dealership is located. Hmmm, I wonder… Yep, it’s still there, Inka Grill, in all its splendor (I think I hear angels singing at this point).
As many of you know, I love that spicy green sauce that they serve. I’ve tried to recreate it at home. I’ve come close. But, not exact. (I love this quote from Yelp… “Hmm, so one may ask what’s in this sauce? Garlic? Sure, Basil? Maybe, Coconut? Who knows? Crack? Yes, yes, that’s it, there’s crack in the sauce, cause once you start you cannot stop!”) So, how could I not stop for lunch?
Well, that brings me to the menu (which, again, isn’t necessarily all unprocessed. Oh well.)
breakfast: pineapple, coffee, and vanilla yogurt
lunch: vegetarian picantes, lots of green sauce, and that stale bread they serve at Inka Grill
dinner: pasta with a tomato, white wine, and basil sauce and a glass of wine.