Thursday, October 23, 2008

Lunch at The Preserved Seed

This past summer I posted a review of The Preserved Seed, which is located in Nelson. It serves locally produced, organic food that is simple and well-prepared and fantastic. The organization that runs this restaurant is one of the Twelve Tribes, and they are super-friendly and run a great eatery. Yesterday, I had the opportunity to lunch there again with my family - and this time I got pictures of our food (last time, we dug in before I had a change to photograph anything)!


My SIL had the rice medley, which today was cashew miso, and she had it with chicken (you have the option of that or tofu). It was served with their homemade bread.

Both my dad and I had the sandwich special, which was BBQ Turkey. It was excellent! It had a cabbage slaw in it that was a creamy counterpoint to the tangy BBQ sauce. I had mine with homemade chicken barley soup, and Dad had his with a side salad.

For dessert, all three of us had the key lime bar, which is actually a cream cheese-based dessert similar to a key lime cheesecake. It was excellent! The Preserved Seed makes the best coconut cream pie, which is what I always order when I go there, but it's been so popular recently that they were out yesterday!
Thanks to The Preserved Seed for another stellar meal!

3 comments:

Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

What a great lunch! I wish there'd be places like this here!

Cheers,

Rosa

Cherie said...

My mouth is literally watering!

Helene said...

That looks too good.

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