Insta-Yum June

It's my favorite time of the month...where I look back on all the delicious things I ate and wish I could eat them again. Hopefully they make your mouth water too!


 Only the best salad in the world. Sweet pork barbacoa salad from Cafe Rio.

 Taquitos from El Herradero in my husband's hometown, Pocatello, Idaho.

 Pesto Cavatappi from Corner Bakery: All-natural roasted chicken and steaming cavatappi pasta tossed in a rich pesto cream sauce and sprinkled with toasted bread crumbs. With a Caesar side salad. Yum!
 Meaty and veggie pizza from Mel's Bowling Alley in Georgetown, TX.
 A fun adult bowling alley and good pizza!
 Puffy tacos from Tio Dan's Puffy Tacos in Round Rock, Texas. These were seriously amazing and only $1.99! If you ever see puffy tacos on a Mexican restaurant menu, try them, they are fabulous!

 Jalapeno and Dragon roll from Beluga Sushi. The jalapeno roll was awesome and so different from other rolls. That was also my first time trying caviar and it was an interesting experience! Like little exploding balls of liquid fish tasting stuff...definitely an experience!

 Freddy's Frozen Custard... chocolate and vanilla in a waffle cone. 
Probably 700000 calories but so rich and creamy.

Homemade kettle corn from Our Best Bites. Honestly, I recommend never making this because you will become addicted and wanted to make it all the time.

 A trip to Juan in a Million for the famous Don Juan tacos! Only $3.99 and I could barely eat 1/3 of that plate. It's on the list of must do's in Austin. It's also been featured on Man vs. Food. 
Stop by one Saturday morning, it's fun :)

 Fried oreos at the Austin Country Flea Market
 Fried chocolate cake
Fried Snickers.

Now you may not believe this but honestly, I didn't like any of these fried items! Worth trying once? Probably. Tasty? Eh. $5.00 for Oreo's? Overpriced. Fried desserts in 106 degree weather? I wished my calories were spent on funnel cakes instead, those are always a winner! But what can I say, I had to try them (and don't worry I just had a little bite of each, 6 of us shared all 3 of the above!)

Hope you enjoyed my latest culinary adventure!
 I feel like we are making good progress around Round Rock, so soon we will have to exclusively try new restaurants in Austin. Any must eats?

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