Hi, we have now been traveling for a little more than a week. After a couple of rainy (and chaotic) days in New York we have finally found a small apartment in the Mission District in wonderful, wonderful, wonderful San Francisco.
Even though we haven’t been spending a lot of time in the kitchen yet, we have still been eating good food. In New York we tried the Raw food restaurant Rockin’ Raw in Williamsburg, the macrobiotic restaurant Souen in Soho, and the amazing juice bar Liquiteria in East village. Here in San Francisco we have been trying tacos from a couple of the taquerias in the Mission district and yesterday we had portabella burgers at a local burger joint.
We have also been shopping groceries at Whole Foods Market – such a great place! – and we are soon ready to post our first recipe from here. Since our kitchen is incredibly tiny and it lacks some of the most necessary kitchen appliances, we can guarantee that our recipes will be kept simple and uncomplicated while blogging from here.
So check back soon for our first San Francisco recipe. Today we’ll just share a few pictures from our first days.
We had never seen Cactus in a grocery store before (not very common in Sweden), so of course we had to buy some. Now, can someone please tell how to prepare it …?
Before finishing, we have to write something about Elsa. So far she has been such a wonderful baby to travel with. When she wasn’t sleeping on the plane, she was occupied showing her two teeth and her tongue to all the neighbours and the flight attendants. And even though we have been sleeping in a couple of different locations and been struggling with a nine hour time difference she has never been a happier baby. We are so grateful for this!