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Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Seasons 52

We went out to dinner tonight with some friends.  We tried a new restaurant (to me) Seasons 52

The Seasons 52 menu is seasonally-inspired with the fresh appeal of the farmer’s market. It represents a unique blend of art and science, with creative offerings designed to excite and surprise the palate.
They feature dining choices that are thoughtfully prepared and in appropriate portion sizes. So their
guests feel the freedom to indulge in a complete dining experience, including their custom flatbreads and signature mini-indulgence desserts, while still feeling good about themselves and their dining choices.

They use natural cooking techniques such as wood-fire grilling, brick-oven cooking and caramelizing vegetables to let the natural flavors shine through. And they execute precision with seasoning, and oil with control and care to ensure just the right amount is used to bring out the great flavor profiles. An added benefit to this style is that our menu items are naturally lower in calories. In fact, they make a promise that nothing on their menu is over 475 calories. The result is great tasting, highly satisfying food that just so happens to be good for you!  And then you can even indulge in these mini desserts!  Just enough for your sweet tooth.  Blueberry Cheesecake and Oren Cookie Mouse and many more that I can't even remember, but they all are served just like this.

Sugar Free DessertINOX Chardonnay is all about bright

I had a wonderful Tiger Shrimp Penne Pasta and market vegetables sautéed in a lemon-basil sauce with Parmesan cheese.  Delicious!
My husband had Fieldale Farms All-Natural BBQ Chicken with Yukon Gold garlic mashed potatoes and fresh roasted corn saladOur friends had Wood-Roasted Pork Tenderloin with herb polenta, broccoli, cremini mushrooms and shallot-Dijon glaze.
Well I thought the whole dining experience was excellent.  The staff was engaging and friendly, and couldn't do enough.
I think they have restaurants in other areas.  I recommend you try them if you ever get the chance.

Well my husband just left for his sleep study.  He has sleep apnea, and tonight they are going to try this breathing machine on him.  He never feels rested when he gets up in the morning and this machine will help him get a good nights sleep.  Sleep Apnea is not good for your heart.  I just hope he can get use to this machine on his nose!

Dark after light

Ok, I think I need to get some work done!  Have an awesome day.



  1. I've got to find one of those restaurants! If nothing on the menu is over 475 calories, I might eat there every single day! Wow!

  2. WOW..that restaurant sounds fabulous!! Healthy AND tasty :)

    I hope they get your hubby straight with his machine. I have a friend who has sleep apnea, and now thdat he's got a machine he says he feels 100% better!

  3. Thanks for stopping by today & for your sweet words! I have missed you & can't wait to catch up!

    This place sounds like somehwere I'd love to eat... love!

    I hope you have a blessed night sweet friend!

    PS: don't forget to swing by tomorrow for my blogaversary giveaway:)

  4. Susan, my husband had sleep apnea and ended u getting the surgery for it a few years ago. It was painful for him for a week, but the meds helped him sleep right through the pain for the most part. He has no regrets, and NEVER snores any more. I wanted to tell you our experience in case your husband is thinking of the surgery....

  5. i love seasons 52 - they're chardonnay is amazing!!

    i hope everything goes well with the sleep study! keeping you both in my prayers!


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