The St. Pita's food truck in San Marcos Image from slowdownsavor.com
I've got two words for you. Fried. Avocado. Holy Avocado (which happens to be its name), it's good! Especially when it's combined with lettuce, tomato, purple onion, Monterrey Jack cheese, Sriracha sauce and a house-made ranch dressing, then enfolded in a deliciously warm and soft pita wrap. Well, we knew St. Pita's was the brain child of the same young people who own and run our Leaning Pear Cafe in Wimberley, so it was pretty much a given that anything they served there was bound to be good. But this? This was moan inducing over the top, and I don't even like avocado all that much!
Eliza Gilkyson's performance in the outdoor arena behind the Cypress Creek Cafe last year was fantastic. But Eliza, up close and personal, in the cozy coffeehouse atmosphere of Cafe Susanna? Well, in the words of Mr. T, I pity da fools who didn't make it to her performance last night, though, truth be told, there wouldn't have been room for you anyway, nor pie either (they sold out before the show started!). So, on second though, thanks for not coming!
I created my blog Seasonality, in September of '07, to chronicle our quest for the good life once we'd found our heart's home here in the Texas Hill Country. A few years later I launched Miss Becky Goes Abroad, so that I might go back and share stories of our adventures in Southeast Asia and Bahrain, as young newlyweds in the 70s. So glad you stopped by!