May I present to you the tastiest wrap in the Midwest?
Flatout wrap + Cajun turkey + spicy cheese + Jalapeño Cheetos that I left for a day in a hot car so they got a little soft = Extra Fabulous! Another great combo is PB&J w/C. Can you interpret that?
For dessert, we continued my last minute foodie tour of Winona and Kevin James took me to the other place I’ve never visited. It’s apparently called Penguin Zesto’s. I have no clue what that is about and I found no informational materials on the building. On the way over I told Kevin,”What I really want is an ice cream cone with sprinkles!” And guess what?
Bling-bling! I asked the girl,”What’s the crunch cone?” You should’ve seen my little freckly face light up like a Christmas tree when she said it had sprinkles. The crunchy part tasted like Butterfingers. I LOVE BUTTERFINGERS!
For dinner we had a double date with Kevin’s parents. I really miss cooking already! But we really enjoyed our time together.
We almost never order appetizers, but the Homemade Pizza Rolls on the menu caught my eye. They were delicious, but not as good the old Tostino’s version!
Kevin and I both got wraps and we discussed later that the first thing both of us thought was,”WHAT? THAT’S ALL THE FRIES WE GET?!?!” Haha. It ended well though. Kevin ordered the Turkey-Bacon-Avocado Wrap (he’s learning!!), and I chose the Spicy Buffalo Chicken Wrap. And we split halfsies. The buffalo wrap was AMAZING! It was the best wrap I’ve ever had at a restaurant (remember that cheeto wrap earlier in this post – haha! I make some pretty special wraps at home). It was super spicy! Kevin and I were both so in love with it that we thought the T-B-A Wrap was just so-so. I’m sure we would’ve loved it if it was the only thing we had. I was so impressed because usually when restaurants call something “spicy” it’s still pretty bland. Go Green Mill!
After dinner, we made trip #39 (since being married) to the Winona Target. It’s probably our last time going in Winona so I figured it needed to be documented. I decided to grab a book to read in the airport. What a shame since I had to return all those books to the library! You’ll have to wait & see what I chose. It looks really special. I considered The Art of Racing in the Rain, but decided that it would probably be a love/hate kind of book so I’ll check it out from a CO library someday.
The original purpose of this Target trip was to buy the Boykin a new doggy bed. Kevin was very concerned that some of them would not be soft enough for Boyd.
Kevin looks SO HOT with his Saturday scruffy face! I couldn’t resist a close-up!
I’ve started taking stalking to a whole new level. I think this little photo op made the cash register chick a little nervous, but my prey didn’t even bat an eye.
Don’t you hope our (very future) children have blue eyes like me? I think maybe it was a faux pas to make that comment to my mother-in-law at dinner, but she took it well. Haha.
On our way out we got stuck behind a cart limo. I just like saying that after Kevin taught me that’s what they called them in the North Dakota Target where he used to work. One more fun fact about Kevin before I go. My mother-in-law told me that he cried when Kirby Puckett retired. He. He. He. That’s funny. Then we all told stories about when we cried. I cried when Ronald Reagan died. In the gym. At Emmaus. And my mother-in-law cried when JFK died. The Cry-sels. Haha.
P.S. I just titled this post “The Last Supper” so I could tell my favorite joke.
Q: What was the last thing Jesus said during the Last Supper?
A: “Hey, everyone who wants to be in the picture get on this side of the table!”