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It’s becoming a tradition with us to take a grandchild to lunch at Jamie’s sometime during their 14th year. Like Ariel before her, Andie joined us last Wednesday.

She ordered Jamie’s house salad with Roquefort dressing and a chicken and sweet red pepper quiche. Gorgeous fresh fruit garnished the plate. Buck’s choice was the house salad with a saffron yellow honey dijon dressing and the restaurant’s signature pasta with Gulf shrimp and scallops. I bravely ordered the fish of the day, one I’d never eaten before. The name was so much fun to say, I couldn’t resist. WAHOO!  It really did  taste like chicken . . . very tender, moist chicken breast.

We were almost finished when Andie said, “We should have taken a picture of our food!” There was my camera, sitting right on the table.

Oh well. At least we got a shot of the tomato “rose” on her plate!

Lunch at Jamies Tomato Rose

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