Begin with Hush Puppies

You know a meal is going to be a good one when it begins with hush puppies!

Last night Ryan and I headed to Fin’s, a seafood restaurant located right along the beach on Jekyll Island.

Once we were seated, we were greeted by our waitress who introduced herself with a tin full of hush puppies for our table in hand.

Hush puppies in lieu of a bread basket works for me!

We then placed our drink orders before deciding on our main meals.

Did you guys know my husband is a badass?

Our entrées came with a side salad. I ordered mine with a balsamic vinaigrette dressing that was nice and light.

I knew heading into the restaurant that massive amounts of seafood were in my future, so my entrée of choice was a pound of crab legs!

I ate them all like a champ and also ate about half of the corn and crab chowder that Ryan ordered along with his main course.

We couldn’t leave without ordering dessert, so Ryan and I decided to split a large bowl of peach cobbler with vanilla bean ice cream.

I honestly think I could go to Fin’s and eat a round of the hush puppies and a bowl of the peach cobbler and leave a happy girl.

Do we really have to leave today?

We’ve absolutely loved our time on Jekyll Island. It’s the kind of place that you can come to and do absolutely nothing but relax on the beach or you can run around like a crazy person, biking, kayaking, horse back riding and exploring. The island is small (only 7 1/2 miles long!), so it’s perfect for a short weekend getaway. There are other neighboring islands nearby that Ryan and I would probably venture off to explore had we been here longer.

Time to hit the road. We have a crazy dog waiting for us at my parents’ house who needs our lovin’!

P.S. The Fashion page was updated!

Comments

  1. says

    I’ve had hush puppies only ONCE, but I’d definitely say it’s time for more! Looks like you two are having a great time!

    xoxo
    Mk

    ps: love your bikini top…

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