On Sunday, my mom and I went for a jog. After our jog was over, we were hungry so we went to one of our favorite restaurants, Little Crepe Street. When we got there, they took our order right away (but first, we ordered our drinks). My mom had water and I had lemonade. The cups were ready cool. They were mason jars. For our entrees, we had a fresh chicken tortilla soup with avocado and we also had a chicken tikka masala crepe. There were two spices in the crepe, sage and curry. There were probably more spices but those are the ones I found. Last for dessert, we had two different ice creams. The first ice cream was a salted caramel ice cream. Then there was a vanilla bean ice cream with some fig but we couldn't taste the fig though. Little Crepe Street is attached to two other restaurants: Little Spice Bazaar and Little Kabab Station. You can go to these places in Mount Kisco. I hope you can go there!
Last weekend, my Mom and I decided to make a carrot soup. I had been begging my mom for weeks to make this soup. First, I chopped nine carrots. Then I chopped two celery sticks. After that, we cut one onion each. Next, we seeded tomatoes and I cut them. We also added lemon, chicken stock, garlic, and melted butter. Then we put all of the stuff in a big pot and we let it cook. Next we took our immersion blender and mixed it all up. Last, we put in Sriracha, salt, and pepper. You can make this amazing soup at home. Try it!
In one of my earlier posts, I talked about how I went to a pop-out restaurant and I met Lisa Wexler. She is a radio host at WFAS Radio. Well a couple of weeks ago, she asked me to be on her show! My brother came with me and so did my mom and dad. I was super nervous! What if I messed up? I was getting interviewed like a pop star! When I went into the studio, it had four microphones. I sat at the first microphone during the interview. She asked me what my favorite restaurants were here in Westchester. She asked me when my birthday was. I said June 10th. She gasped and said that we have the same birthday! I thought that was really cool! The interview wasn't as scary as I thought it would be. I hope I can be on the radio again soon!
You can hear the whole interview with Lisa Wexler and Katie Schlientz by clicking here!
My name is Jordan. I am a 8th grader and I love food!