2017-03-11

2017-03-11 06:06 pm
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Breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert

Breakfast: For breakfast I usually have a bowl of cereal and/or fruit and toast. I also like pop tarts, doughnuts, muffins, and other kinds of pastries. But I've also been known to have omeletts, French toast, or corned-beef hash.





Lunch and dinner: My CIF life-skills tutor Dave helps me shop also for lunch and dinner items. We cook a lot of good things, and these are what I usually have for lunch and/or dinner.




I'm a big fan of dessert. I usually have a cookie or two or three. But sometimes I have other sweet stuff. I have a big sweet tooth!
2017-03-11 06:10 pm
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One of the best meals I've ever had in My Life

I've had many a great meal throughout my lifetime. However, one which stands out in my mind took place at a nearby restaurant.





It was about 2 years ago, and I was with one of my friends from Best Buddies. We went to a restaurant called The Lucky Platter. We went there for supper. His name is Bill, and he was with me for almost 2-1/2 years. Bill read through the menu, and I made my choice. That evening I chose to have a gouda burger, with a side of smashed potatoes. I ordered an egg cream to drink.





First off I'd like to say a couple of things about the service at The Lucky Platter. Our server that evening was very friendly and attentive. She brought us exactly what we had requested, and she did so quickly. In addition, she talked directly to me rather than Bill when taking my order. After all, I can and do speak for myself. I forget what Bill had to eat and drink. But we both enjoyed our meal. My food came out nice and hot, and it was also fresh. This restaurant bakes their own bread with and without glutin I think. I'm not allergic to glutin, but this is what I've been told. It is very yummy! We did not order dessert that evening, but I had dessert at least once at The Lucky Platter. I've also had breakfast and lunch there with friends. I am not a wheelchair user, but this restaurant can be managed well by those who use wheelchairs.