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A good meal and a good night's sleep really can make a huge difference. I'm feeling much better today than I was yesterday at about this time.

The meal was exceedingly good. We tried an Indian restaurant that we'd never been to before. Mr. Ibis has been craving a good curry for a while. We found a good Thai place that held him over pretty well, but he still wanted Indian food. Yelp! came to the rescue beautifully. We found a place that offers a lunch buffet. I tried nearly every dish and it was all delicious. They offered homemade rice pudding for dessert. I don't have a lot of experience with Indian food in general, so I have no idea how this place compares with anything else. We saw quite a few Indian families having lunch at the same time as we were there, and that speaks highly of its authenticity to me. We plan to go back for dinner. I'll still probably have the rice pudding for dessert - it was so refreshing and light after the wonderful mix of spices and sauces from the meal.

The rest of the afternoon really needs to be spent being useful. The laundry's underway and I ran the dishwasher before we went to bed last night, but there's still enough dishes to run it through again, plus the handful of picky, hand-wash things that are in the sink as well. I ought to work up a batch of tortilla soup for dinner, but it's not really cold enough for that yet.

I'm ready for a nap. Still catching up from not sleeping for two nights.

Date: 2014-10-28 11:39 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] calico-reaction.livejournal.com
I love a good rice pudding. Maybe next time I'm up your way, we can check this place out? :)

Glad you're feeling better!

Date: 2014-10-29 02:43 am (UTC)
From: [identity profile] emerald-ibis.livejournal.com
I will happily eat Indian food all day if you want. It was so delicious. The rice pudding was a little soupy, but delightful nonetheless!

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