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Welcome to the blog hop! If you are just joining in you can find the starting line here: http://www.supporting-artists.com/. Get the whole code and you will win a set of Supporting Artists designed recipe cards. Keep reading to find out my letter in the code and where to go next...
I love going out to eat! We don't do it very often but we just came back from vacation and got to go a lot. We went to one of my favorite places, Rainforest Cafe.

Normally I prefer not to hit a chain restaurant but there is just something about Rainforest. They have got the most fun atmosphere. The thunderstoms while you eat, the moving animals, the aquariums, they just make it so memorable. Plus with our 5 year old, there is never a dull moment and the Cafe keeps him well entertained.

On this visit my husband, Adam, and I shared the Honey Mahi Mahi and Shrimp. Oh, yum! It was big enough to share and was fantastic. It was made up of bite size chunks of fish and shrimp battered and glazed with a sweet honey sauce. To be honest, the mahi mahi was kind of strange with the sweet sauce. The shrimp on the other hand was absolutely delectable. It may be one of my new favorite foods. The dish it pretty pricey ($20.99) and is on their special menu right now, but is so worth trying if you find yourself there.

Now that you are hungry, lets keep you moving along on this food themed blog hop...

My letter is: U

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Zoe said…
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Anonymous said…
That sounds like an amazing place to eat. We donot have one of those where I live and I have to say I am jealous. Sounds like a place my kiddos would love!!
Zoe said…
The link above is not linked to the correct page. Go to this link to follow the blog hop: http://ourchildrensearth.wordpress.com/2013/06/20/edible-eco-friendly-play-dough/

Thanks and lets keep finding more fun food info in this great blog hop!!
Whitney said…
Sounds like a fun place to eat!
molly said…
sounds fun!! Thanks for sharing this :)
Michelle Morgan said…
I got that fixed Zoe, thanks :)

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