I’m going to end the blogging drought with some food talk!
Steve and I visited about 35 states last year, and when I think of each state, one of the first things that comes to mind is food. I like to eat, and when you work on the road, seeking out good food is a hobby.
If you know Steve and me, you know that one of our favorite restaurants in Boulder is Khow Thai. Not even because the food is good, but because the food and service are consistently good. I value consistency almost more than the food. It’s comforting to have a favorite restaurant that is consistently good.
In any event, our favorite restaurant in Texas (not to mention Rudy’s BBQ, a post unto itself), was also a Thai restaurant: Titaya’s Thai Cuisine. This is the absolute best Thai I have ever had. I might have never been to Thailand, but I’ve had a boatload of Thai food around the country, and Titaya’s is the best. Everything tasted fresher, better seasoned, and more balanced than anywhere else. It was a random search one night, after a long day of trail design in the cold, and nothing could have sated us better.