Fairfield Inn & Suites Chicago St. Charles
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... to a Chicago Fires game. The game sold out, which was unusual and unfortunate. We just stayed home and ate supper; that was fine by all of us. Then, Mom, Jan, CJ, Jack, and I went for a walk with the dogs.The game was on TV, and we saw Damon and Jamie there! We eventually went to ...
... Zoo.) StL Zoo is more than a zoo. It is a garden and a beautiful place to watch time float by. But how much time would there be if I was leaving KC at lunchtime?
We loaded up on local junk food in Kansas Coty. I got a Winstead's double steakburger with a side of 50/50 (half fries, half onion rings.) it was even more satisfying since they were closed last night. Seems KC has a different idea about what "late night" means than we Chicagoans. The burgers were great. ...
... of the wall allowing visitors to look straight down to the street 1,353 feet below. They're quite popular. It's tough to get your picture taken in the boxes on a Saturday.
I then went to Moto for dinner. Moto is known for creating "high-tech" dishes that incorporate unusual elements such as carbonated fruit and edible paper. Even though I expected a lot of unusual food I was still frequently surprised. For starters, the menu ...
... It worked, even the breasts were juicy.
I soaked the potatoes (which I poked a few holes in) in water for a couple of hours. Ken did this the last time we had baked potatoes, it keeps them moist, they don't get burned while on the BBQ and seems to add more flavor when done. I also rub the outside of the potatoes with olive oil before wrapping with aluminum foil.
About ½ an hour before the chicken ...
... will continue tomorrow. Sorry, not many pictures today, I was too busy spending time with everyone, but I will get plenty at the BBQ tomorrow, I promise.
May God bless Kenny and Diane for inviting us to spend some time with them, Aunt Jean and Uncle John for their wonderful hospitality. May the good Lord watch over my Aunt and Uncle keep them safe in their very senior years. Also may God bless and take care of all my friends reading this blog. Good night.