This is what happens when you grossly overestimate the amount of food that seventeen people can consume, and somehow, all of it needs to be out of the Tahoe rental cabin by check-out time. We had a fridge full of salsa, guacamole, deli meat, ground beef, orange juice, whipped cream, berries, butter, jam, beans, bell peppers, and mixed greens, among other things. We couldn’t leave any of it behind, or we’d risk losing the security deposit.
We got creative though. Check out Warren’s ice cream pancake concoction.
The rest of our brunch was similarly eclectic but altogether very satisfactory.
I tried Five Guys burgers for the first time on our drive back to the bay! What a win this trip has been for upscale fast food, i.e., the skinniest kids at the fat camp.
And for dinner, Marshall ordered some Taiwanese dishes. I had no idea what to expect because I don’t understand a word of Mandarin, but I ended up enjoying them very much. Maybe even more so because of the element of surprise.
1Adapted from the “CLEAN ALL THE THINGS!” meme of Hyperbole and a Half