He’s a hungry boy!
This works out really well, because I’m a hungry girl. We’re eaters… What can we say!?
I met up with Ryan for lunch at Jimmy John’s. Whenever I ask him if he wants to meet for lunch on one of his off-Fridays, I always ask where he wants to eat.
He then asks me why I ask him this question when he knows I only want to eat at Jimmy John’s. It’s true! I never get sick of it. It’s too darn delicious!
Today I ordered a roast beef unwich with provolone cheese… which they forgot.
I was horrified!
How am I supposed to enjoy a sandwich without cheese???
Okay, okay, I must admit, it was still pretty stinkin’ tasty without the cheese.
To ease my infuriation with the lack of cheese on my sandwich and the wrong bread on Ryan’s sandwich, we decided to eat our emotions and enjoy a cup of frozen yogurt. 😉
I’ve been wanting to try Mochi, a new “frozen yogurt café” in downtown Orlando, for a couple of months now, so we walked a block or so to pick up a cuppa the good stuff.
When we got there, we were told the yogurt is “self serve” and you pay by the ounce ($.45/ounce). I LOVE self serve stations. This place was right up my alley!
After sampling every flavor (yes, every flavor), we settled on a swirl of the strawberry shortcake and coconilla flavors.
These flavors were slightly tart and extremely creamy and delicious.
We topped our yogurt with rainbow sprinkles (because we’re 5 years old), coconut, strawberries and extra whipped cream. (And yes, coloring the word “rainbow” in rainbow colors took entirely too long.)
The only thing that is not “self serve” at Mochi is the whipped cream. In my case, this is a good thing because I have an ongoing love affair with whipped cream.
You know the whipped cream machine they have at The Cheesecake Factory? Every time we go there, Ryan and I joke about how much I would pay to stick my head under that thing. I’m thinking $50. 😀
Ryan and I both left raving about Mochi. We may even be making a return trip this evening.
I love how you can control your portions and pay by the ounce. We paid $2.60 for our cup of frozen yogurt! Sweet deal, huh? You can’t get out of Marble Slab or Coldstone Creamery for under $5, so for frugal people like us, this place is a gem.
Do you prefer ice cream or frozen yogurt?