Coyoty eats “Mexican” food on a “Mexican” holiday.

At the Town Line Diner in Rocky Hill, CT on Cinco de Mayo.

Steak quesadilla with pico de gallo

Steak quesadilla with pico de gallo.

Jalapeño poppers with marinara

Jalapeño poppers with marinara.

Blueberry tart

Blueberry tart.

Frozen strawberry margarita

Frozen strawberry margarita.

Coyoty eats pork with grilled cornbread.

At Seviche in Pittsburgh, PA in June.

Pork with grilled cornbread and root vegetables.

Conch fritters.

Caipirinha.

Seviche’s interior.

Seviche’s patio.

Coffee.

Seviche’s menus.

Coyoty eats a rabbit.

At Bigelow Grille in Pittsburgh, PA in June.

Pecan Meadows rabbit with “English peas, Heirloom carrots, morel mushrooms pappardelle, pearl onions”, pasta, and watercress.

Kentucky Spring: “Jalapeno infused Jim Beam Bourbon, lemon, lime and fresh mint.”

House-made focaccia bread and dipping oil.

Coffee.

Water and plant.

Bigelow Grille patio.

Mojito ice cream.

Coyoty drinks Avery’s Pumpkin Pie Soda.

From Avery’s Beverages in New Britain, CT.

I’ve switch the room lighting to full spectrum LED instead of the yellowish compact fluorescent lighting. I like the improvement.

Coyoty drinks Trump Tonic.

From Avery’s Beverages of New Britain, CT.

“MAKE AMERICA GRAPE AGAIN”

“Not for persons that lack a sense of humor. May be mixed with large amounts of Alcohol to make this election more palatable.”

I think they could have also gone with orange.

Coyoty eats a lamb leg steak and bone marrow.

At Meat and Potatoes in Pittsburgh, PA in July.


Bone marrow appetizer. With grilled bread, gremolata, onion relish, capers, and sea salt.


Jamison Farms lamb, English peas, watercress, sugar snap peas, cipollini onions, and mojo sauce. It was excellent.


Coffee.


Meat and Potatoes’ bar.


Margarita. I can’t remember the name of it. This was a specialty margarita with unique ingredients, but I can’t find it on their regular menu or Google.

Coyoty eats a pound of steamed PEI mussels.

At Ten Penny in Pittsburgh, PA in July.


“lemon, white wine, shallots, garlic butter, garlic toast” in a cast-iron pot.

For some reason, mentioning PEI mussels online gets a lot of attention. When I posted this visit on Twitter, I kept getting favorites and reposts.


“Port-Poached Pear, Tanqueray Gin, Rosemary Syrup, Lemon” served in a steel cup.