Hello from Boston part 2 :) Though I am on my way out- just waiting for the plane to board. I was quite excited when I saw that Logan airport was offering free WiFi if you just watched a 30 second advertisement for a sponsor company! Score for me! Okay- well I left off sharing what I did the first day I was in Boston. Let's move on to what was accomplished Day 2 and 3...
Well- if you know me but at all, you would know that I continued with my cupcake crawl. I heard that Georgetown Cupcakes had a location in Boston. Given the infamy from TLC I figured I had to go visit this cupcakery while I was actually on the east coast. I had to attend a breakfast and present my poster first, and then I headed to Georgetown Cupcakery with Ashley and Mike. After the major disappointment that was Lulu's and Mike's Pasty I think we were all a bit cautious at what we were getting into! But we had a blast and may have eaten 6 cupcakes and I bought two to take home to the hubby, since that's our "thing." Just plain awesome! Gotta board the plane...to be continued...
Okay so I am now continuing this after I am back home :) ... After heading to the cupcakery we wanted a bit of lunch so we went to Boston's best rated pizza place called Regina's Pizza. That pizza just melted in your mouth and caused wonderful feelings of happiness. It was so stinkin' good! What an awesome food day! Well my advisor wanted to share with us all a favorite seafood place of hers- Union Oyster House- well we got a text message that she was ready and so we headed back to the hotel to meet her. Next stop: Union Oyster House. I split scallops and mussels with my advisor...soo soo good. Oh! And on the way out I got to hold a live GIANT lobster...haha..I was terrified! A nice way to end foodie fun for day 2.
And now I am back and ready to share with you this re-make of country club chicken with a little less bacon than the original recipe because the hubby and I are those weird people that do not like bacon! I know!
Preheat Oven to 350F Degrees
1 pound of spaghetti
In a large pot, over medium heat, cook spaghetti according to package directions- approximately 7-8 minutes until al dente. Drain excess water and run cold water through the spaghetti to prevent sticking. Return to large pot.