Father’s Day

Last Sunday, Owen and I celebrated my wonderful husband, Ian.  Here are a few pictures of what we did for his special day.

I made parfaits for breakfast.  Hopefully the recipe will be on the blog soon.  But before that let me just tell you, it was one of the best parfaits I’ve ever had.
For lunch, we drove to Crumb Brother’s in Logan, Utah.  It was quite the drive for lunch, but it was so worth it.  Unfortunately, I forgot to take pictures of the sandwiches.  I had the croque monsier and Ian had the breakfast sandwich.  Both were exactly what we were craving: savory, rich, and truly satisfying food.  For dessert we had the cinnamon sugar pull apart and the blueberry pastry.  While both were tasty, the cinnamon sugar pull apart was especially pleasing.
After lunch, we visited Willard Bay.  It’s a manmade reservoir and has a relatively decent sized beach. The best part was watching Owen play in the sand.  As you can see from the picture, he loved it.  Ian and I were meant to go swimming, but this momma forgot the swimsuits and towels at home.  Whoops.
Ian and I are lucky enough to live near my parents, so they babysat Owen while we had dinner at Harbor Seafood & Steak Company.  We have eaten there several times, and once again it didn’t disappoint.  For an appetizer we shared the Szechuan ribs.  I’m not sure what made them Szechuan, but they were finger licking tasty. For entrees, Ian ordered the ribeye steak with blue cheese and bacon gratin and broccolini.  I had the fish and chips.  Just look at how large my portion was.
Overall, I think Ian enjoyed his Father’s Day.  How couldn’t he with all of the amazing food we consumed!

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