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Foodie Weekend Highlights

Saturday started off with a foodie tour of the greater Atlanta area. Stopped by Starbucks for a Tall Soy Pumpkin Spice Latte on my way to the Taste of Smyrna on the beautiful village green. Lots of choices for yummy eats there! I decided on Panang Tofu with Brown Rice. This portion was only $3.00! And filled me up so I couldn't "taste" anything else at the Taste of Smyrna, except a fresh lemonade.





Then onward to the East Atlanta Festival where I discovered the Boners BBQ food truck. Let's just say these pork sliders were well worth the visit. Nom!







Sunday morning brunch at Sugar Cakes Patisserie was the highlight of the day. Caramel Latte and Breakfast Crepe with Scrambled Eggs, Onion, Bell Pepper, Spinach and Cheddar with a Mushroom Cream Sauce and Croissant. (I skipped the croissant!)





This morning I walked about 2 miles round trip for brunch at J. Christopher's restaurant. I ordered a Belgian Strawberry Waffle. Nom nom!



Any foodie adventures in your weekend?

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