-- menu --
whipped tofu with nasturtium and root vegetables
wild halibut, cabbage, lemon verbena, charred spring onion
Snackers, I'm writing you from the Avalon Hotel in Beverly
Hills! Like most country bumpkins, I was really looking
forward to spotting a celebrity in their natural element here
in Los Angeles.
Disappointingly, I ran into one in Green Hills right before
I left Nashville. I chalked it up as further proof that Taylor
Swift is on a private campaign to ruin my day. She always
takes my parking spot. You think I'm kidding, but it defies
mathematical odds. If I'm going head-to-head with another
car at the Green Hills mall, there's a solid 50% chance that
she's in the vehicle.
Anyways, the great thing about being vegan in Los Angeles is
that every single restaurant accommodates. I even found a place
that had "oxygenated vegetables," though I have only a vague
guess as to what that means. In my head, it's the exact opposite
My mom went to evarestaurant last night, and gave it a
glowing review. She asked me to post pictures of her meal,
so here they are! I couldn't find the details on the chocolate
I went to M Cafe de Chaya, a macrobiotic restaurant in Beverly
Hills. More on that tomorrow.