I remember this giant mural we passed every time on our way into downtown baltimore heading to Lexington Market, like an old familiar friend leading me into the city. This time I passed it to discover they were tearing it down, making way for the new red line train route into downtown. This mural has been there before I was born before I can remember, and I can't image traveling into downtown and not seeing it, but I guess things change. It hurt a lil to watch a piece of my past, a piece of b-more die in the daylight.
This particular trip to Lexington Market I decided on a chicken salad sandwich with fried broccoli, and always a jumbo half & half. I haven't found a place that makes chicken or turkey salad as good as The Market, this place sells out if you go too late in the day, and it cost less then a subway $5 foot long and you get more filling.
I like mine simple chicken salad lettuce salt + peppa
Another stand sells the best french fries made to order, and you can fix em how ever you like.
I like salt peppa vinegar and ketchup (not picture because I devoured them then thought mmm should've shot that first o well)
At the same place I got fried broccoli. Frying it probably takes all the healthy outta the green veggie but who cares if it taste good you don't fry it everyday. I remember getting this when I was little and loving it, so I got it again. But I guess my feelings have changed towards this fried friend, I def don't like it anymore. But if you get a chance try it, you never know what you'll discover.
who knew fried broccoli could be so pretty.
I guess in the right light anything can look good.
I have yet to find a place in Philly that reminds me of Lexington Market. Know of one please tell me via email, comment, pigeon carrier, or just take me. I'd love to find a piece of b-more in philly.