Saturday, April 19, 2014

Farewell Breakfast


I have to confess that I have been back in St. Paul, Mn for awhile. I was still reluctant to leave 
Santa Fe, but it's time to start posting from my permanent city. The photo above was my last breakfast burrito meal at The Chocolate Maven before we left town on Interstate 25N.


Part of the fun of eating breakfast there is watching the bakers complete their work behind plexiglass, easily viewed from the dining room.  The guys even waved good-by to us.  We'll be back!!

Starting today, switch over to Visual St. Paul, and I'll meet and greet you from there now! My 
Santa Fe blog is temporarily closed 'til I return again.

22 comments:

  1. That burrito looks simply delicious. I wish I could take a bite.

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  2. Now if *that's* not cheating.... (I wouldn't *dream* of doing something so duplicitous...)

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  3. oh boy, that looks soooo good!! what a friendly chef too!

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  4. There's something incongruent about a breakfast burrito at the chocolate maven...can't quite wrap my mind around that one!!!

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  5. Well, it was just a matter of time til you set back to home, after all.

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  6. So long, Santa Fe. It has been fun seeing you through Kate's eyes. Of course, I can continue seeing you through Randy's eyes.

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  7. How hard to leave but coming home has it's own rewards. Enjoyed the ride along adventure in Santa Fe. I'm sure you can get your burrito fix in the Twin Cities.

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  8. Looks a bit too much for me. Have a good trip back and look forward to reading some posts from your home town.

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  9. That is a big breakfast! If I ate that, I wouldn't want lunch. See ya in St. Paul!

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  10. That looks like it would set you up for a road trip. Delish! Fun shot of the bakers. See you back in St. Paul...

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  11. I hope you bought some of their baked goods for the road.

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  12. That looks like it could be for breakfast and lunch. I bet it was great.

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  13. Was that a chocolate burrito Kate? Catch you over on your StPaul site tomorrow :)

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  14. Yumma, yumma. I had black beans and rice today.

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  15. A breakfast burrito sounds soooo good!

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  16. I'm a big fan of long distant hauls. LOVE the adventure.

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  17. Very interesting blog, a lot of it I learned about your country. I'll come back here. Yours.
    I invite you also to each other at the other end of the world, the Polish, the Nowy Sacz.

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  18. The meal looks yummy, Kate :)
    Thanks for visiting my Blog! :)

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  19. That looks delicious!
    Looks amazing to watch the bakers complete their work.
    See you on Visual St. Paul. :)

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