I bought local spring salad greens, purslane, and cilantro, grown in a greenhouse I'm sure, some bedding plants for my garden, and a new toy for my cat. Lots of things to taste with homemade salsas being the most abundant. That makes Sarah happy because she was born in Mexico.
Next stop was Minneapolis Institute of Arts where we caught the tail end of an exhibit from last weekend called Art in Bloom. The idea is, artists design floral arrangements that interpret art from the museum's holdings.
Doncha love her hair?
Yes, that's me. I told you we had fun!
Sarah works for a German company that supports the arts, including the exhibit we were really there for: Matisse, the Master of Modern. I'll show you those photos later in the week.
Next stop, lunch. I love dining out with Sarah because eating is always an adventure. We were headed one place but as we were parking the car, we got intrigued by an African restaurant in a very ethnic neighborhood and Sarah thought she remembered reading that they served lion. Lion?!! No thanks, but we had to go in and see what they did serve. The food was a-mazing. The cuisine was Ethiopian and I can't remember the names of what we had, except that is a big glass of mango juice in front of my plate. And we each got a banana, which we weren't quite sure what to do with so we took it home for later.
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