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Wednesday's Food With Friends

My weekly Foods With Friends post is highlighting two days of good food and great friends. A girl shouldn't eat so good...oh but she should.

My dear friend Cecilia and I usually lunch at The Grove at least once a week. This week, I was feeling like a change. So we stopped by Farina Pizzeria for some sunshine on the patio. We both started looking over the menu to place our order, and as we couldn't decide what we wanted we decided to just share it all. Oh what a great decision that was.



San Pellegrino Limonata? Refresh!

I don't even remember what salad this was - but with crumbles of blue cheese (my fav) & apples. It was perfect.



This pizza was to die for. It had goat cheese (wait...I think that's my fav), italian bacon (I forget the fancy name for it), leeks and some other stuff on it. AHHHH-Mazing.



...and since I call myself a runner now - I feel I deserve all the carbs my tummy can handle. So we topped it all off with some spaghetti & meatballs. Desert was a frozen espresso with cream. I forgot to snap a picture before we devoured it - in a classy way of course!

Wednesday's are what these posts are really supposed to be about, so my trusted lunch group headed to Guadalupe Cafe in Santa Fe for a late lunch before I headed back to Albuquerque. This is a re-visit - and so worth it every time. I go with the Guadalupe Special (I think that's what it is called). Turkey, swiss, avocado, special mayo, noodles on the side. Yes please. Sarah went with a salad (I don't remember which one but look at the size of that thing!). Needless to say - we all had leftovers to take home!





This week's Food with Friends was another HUGE success. Farina Pizzeria on Central in Albuquerque and Guadalupe Cafe on Old Santa Fe Trail in Santa Fe. Two thumbs up!

Until next week....

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