I recently watched the movie Eat, Pray, Love starting Julia Roberts
and hated the movie! The only thing I enjoyed was the philosophy she had while in Italy. The main character feels that because she is in Italy that she's going to have fun and eat, eat, eat. To her calories don't matter and that if she gets a muffin top it only means that it's time to purchase some new pants.
On Saturday the best friend and I went down to The Gateway in Salt Lake City to do some Christmas shopping. We're horrible friends and bought each others presents while the other was there. I've been away at school for too long for her to have picked up on the things that I like and want.
She got me these Snap Photo Frames from Urban Outfitters
I'm totally diggin' on Polaroid snapshots these days.
After we were all shopped out we went to Decades, my favorite vintage store... or at lease it was my favorite vintage store. It was a total bust! We're now looking for new places to shop.
After that disaster we went to Tony Caputo's, my all time favorite place to eat in SLC.
Jesika and I wandered around the market (picture shown above) tasted olive oil and balsamic vinegar, browsed through the cheeses, looked at homemade pasta and then realized we were starving.
We both ordered the Tony Caputo sandwich which they describe as being a taste of Cosenza Italy. It has prosciutto, mortadella, salami, provolone, lettuce, tomato, olive oil and balsamic vine