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"Michael "Dog3" Lonergan" > wrote in message
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> Kathy and Steven went to Plaza Frontenac and Crestwood Plaza. They
> shopped
> the sales. Kathy's SUV was full when they returned. She was hungry and I
> suggested lunch. She insisted on this *new* place she heard about, "Sweet
> Tomatoes." I could feel my skin crawling. A salad buffet is not what I
> had in mind.
>
> Kathy is a doll so I changed into the appropriate sweats and tennis shoes.
> Off we went and I was pleasantly surprised. No kids in sight. Not one. It
> might have been the time of day but the salad bar thingy was high up and
> brats can not reach it easily.
>
> They had signature salads so I took a scoop of the Santa Fe salad, it was
> good but dripping in dressing. The rest of my plate was devoted to mixed
> greens, red onion slivers, a ton of bleu cheese, black olives and a
> dressing of olive oil and a red wine vinegar. It was divine.
>
> The chicken noodle soup was good. Huge amounts of chicken in broth with
> big noodles. I had 2 cups of it. The house chili was blase'. A lot like
> the Wendy's fast food chain. I was disappointed they were not offering
> the
> cream of mushroom soup. There were a couple of other soup choices which I
> did not taste.
>
> Their pasta sucked. Enuf said on that. Their Blueberry muffins were
> wonderful.
>
> Basically I ate 2 salads, 2 cups of chicken noodle soup, 1 cup of chili
> and
> about 5 blueberry muffins.
>
> I'll go back.


Sounds like a nice lunch, Michael. We have Sweet Tomatoes in the Houston
area, but I've never tried them. They sound much better than Souper Salad.

Mary


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MareCat wrote:
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> Sounds like a nice lunch, Michael. We have Sweet Tomatoes in the Houston
> area, but I've never tried them. They sound much better than Souper Salad.
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> Mary


They are actually only one of the buffet-style places I can eat at
without getting sick. Their salad stuff is really fresh and well-kept.
-L.

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