Which Wich? Superior Sandwiches has been on my to-do list for a few years now. There are a few locations in San Diego, but the only one I knew of was the one in Hillcrest, so I was always too lazy to deal with the parking.

Recently, I noticed that they opened one in near the UTC Mall, in a plaza with plenty of parking lot. So Mr. K and I went to check it out.

Once inside, there are a line of bags, divided into various categories. For each category, there are several specialty sandwiches. For example, if you choose the “chicken” option, there is chicken, pesto chicken, teriyaki chicken, buffalo chicken and chicken cordon bleu. Then there are a ton of customization options. You choose your bag and then there are red markers provided for you to check off what you want: types of cheese, toasted or not toasted bread, veggies, dressings, type of mustard, mayonnaise, etc. I always get really excited when there are a lot of options, but it’s also overwhelming. We spent quite a while trying to figure out what we wanted.

No Bake strawberry Nutella tiramisu cake

A few months ago, I made a no bake strawberry tiramisu cake. It was so easy and quite tasty. Ever since, I’ve been wanting to make another variation, adding in some Nutella spread. Nutella and strawberries go so well together. Also I’ve seen many tiramisu cakes that use ground hazelnuts.
No Bake strawberry Nutella tiramisu cake
So with a little spare time this weekend, I set about layering my Strawberry Nutella Tiramisu while watching rewatching old tv series on Netflix.

Is it August already? How did this happen? Summer is my favorite season and every year it passes by so fast. I can’t believe summer is more than half over.

We’ve been super busy this summer. Hopefully we’ll have a few days to just enjoy and relax soon. Here are some of the highlights of what we’ve been up to.

Graduation Parties

June was full of graduation parties. Lots of family, friends, and of course food!

One party took place in a beautiful backyard. I didn’t take pictures of the buffet of Filipino food on display because there were constantly people getting food and I didn’t want to get in the way. But the food was delicious. Mr. K was most excited that there was a taco stand in addition to the Filipino spread. Usually his family parties just have the Filipino food, so he was loading up on tacos.

I really loved these fried shells stuffed with potatoes.

At another Filipino family graduation party, I was able to take some pictures of the great spread after there was a lull. Here’s some of the food. Chicken teriyaki and a Filipino beef stew.

Pancit

Two kinds of lumpia

Mr. K thought it was very amusing that the vegetable plate was untouched.