Coyoty eats Easter dinner.

Easter with family and friends.


Glazed spiral ham, mashed potatoes, corn, green beans, and biscuit.


Basket of biscuits and crescent rolls.


Hugging the Bandit.


Leeloo MultiPass. Not her real name, but that’s what she’s called.


Glazed spiral ham.


Spatchcock. Whole chicken split down the breast, spread, and broiled.


Sleeping Bandit.

Coyoty eats The Bernie.

At m&m bistro in Hartford, CT.


Bernie Sanders burger: “Roasted and pickled jalapenos, spicy Vermont cheddar, lettuce, tomato, and sweet pepper aioli on a New England muffin.” Includes fries, baby gherkins, and a charitable donation to ShatterProof.org.


Coffee, cream, and sugar.


Presidential Burger Primary menu.


Interior.


The bar.


Serving window and kitchen.


Interior.

Coyoty eats apple walnut pancakes.

At Mo’s Midtown Restaurant in Hartford, CT.


Apple walnut pancakes with bacon, home fries, English muffin, and coffee.


Mo’s interior.


Coffee and condiments. I was impressed by the coffee. They told me it was “Connecticut’s Finest”, which appears to be One World Roasters online.


They were bigger than I expected. I couldn’t finish even two.

Coyoty eats a meatlover’s omelet.

Ham, sausage, bacon, and Swiss cheese omelet with home fries, wheat toast, and coffee. At Town Line Diner in Rocky Hill, CT.

Coyoty eats a grilled hanger steak with a Bad Wolf.

At NIXS in Hartford, CT.


Grilled hanger steak with “spicy chimichurri sauce, spicy aioli, garlicky French fries”, roasted red peppers, and watercress with balsamic dressing. The fries tasted very good with the dressing on them.


Bad Wolf: “Redemption Rye Whiskey, Honey Simple Syrup, Fresh Orange, Meyer’s Lemon Juice”. Very tasty.


Coffee.


Drink menu. I photographed this mainly to remind me what was in the Bad Wolf, but I liked how it turned out.


Bar’s ceiling.


Interior.


The bar.

Coyoty eats a convention dinner buffet. – Picturing Food & Drink!

Beef tips, chicken, roasted potatoes, mixed vegetables, salad, wheat roll, and balloon. At the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Cromwell, CT.

Coyoty makes a Trader Joe’s Thanksgiving dinner.


Baked Trader Joe’s turkey breast tenderloin with Trader Joe’s Brussels sprouts, Trader Joe’s mashed potatoes, Trader Joe’s gravy, and Trader Joe’s Everyday Seasoning. The only thing not Trader Joe’s is the Saint Lucifer Spice I added to the turkey.

If I had known it would take a couple of overnights to defrost a couple of tenderloins, I’d have had Thanksgiving dinner on Thanksgiving instead of Saturday.

Yes, The Plate is back. Gush away.

Coyoty eats sweet & tangy Asian barbecue style pork chops with roasted potatoes & mixed vegetables.

From the Corner Cafe at Tunxis Community College in Farmington, CT.