We had a pretty low key weekend, although it sure did seem to go by fast!
Eric and I have become obsessed with a bakery in West Philly, Four Worlds Bakery. Their bread is the best, seriously. They mill their own flour, which is definitely what makes it. Eric picked up a loaf of sourdough on Friday, so we started off Saturday morning with some toast and tea.
It was snowing when we woke up and continued into the early afternoon. It was kind of the perfect amount of snow, we only got 2-3 inches, enough to cover the ground, but not so much that you are stuck inside.
Eric left to do “boy’s stuff” for most of the evening/night, which meant me and the cats were home alone. And let me tell you, it was a wild time. I cooked dinner then we watched multiple episodes of The Hills. Exciting I tell you…
I made a dinner of red potatoes, a ton of collards and asparagus. On a side note, when I was home for Christmas my family kept making fun of me for how much food I eat. Yep, sorry guys, I actually eat a ton of food. I’m a hungry person. So there is my giant dinner.
We hadn’t been to Kraftwork in forever, so I was pretty excited to go.
And even though it was brunch time, they had a few too looking good beers on the menu so Eric and I had to share a flight.
It was a nice Sunday afternoon brunch.
And after brunch, we went GAMBLING :-)! We headed over to Sugarhouse Casino which is really right around the corner from our apartment. We hadn’t been, but thought it would be a fun birthday/cold weather activity.
Eric and I made out pretty well on the slot machines. Juli and Abby…not so much.
Eric and I ended our weekend with a nice quiet night at home. We watch The Art of the Steal which was awesome! It’s on Netflix Instant, so you should definitely check it out.