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RED Episode #60: The Boston Marathon, Schnitzel Express Food Truck, and No. 3 Craft Brews

RUN

We watched the 123rd Boston Marathon on Monday.  It brought many amazing stories.  We talk about everything from Des Linden returning to Boston a year after her victory in some tough conditions to Joan Benoit Samuelson’s run 40 years after her historic victory on the course in 1979.  Runs like this as well as the New York City Marathon inspire us as back-of-the-back runners to work harder towards our own goals.

EAT

No. 3 Craft Brews plays host to Schnitzel Express food truck every Monday night.  We happened to be off on this Monday night, so we decided to try it. Wiener Schnitzel is a pork cutlet breaded and fried.  Theirs is served with roasted potatoes.  The Hunter Schnitzel was pork served with a mushroom sauce.  It was tender pork and crispy breading.  The potatoes reminded me of au gratin style potatoes, but without the cheese sauce.  They were soft and buttery.  All-in-all, this food truck does Pork Schnitzel right!

DRINK

We headed to No. 3 Craft Brews to sample the food truck but also because we know that they have a variety of brews on tap from IPAs to brown ales, we can always find something to toast a night off with and No. 3 Craft Brews did not disappoint this time.  I had I’m Fine from Red Cypress Brewery, which was a 4.6% ABV Sour Gose with key limes, oranges, and pink Himalayan salt.  It was different than what I’d normally choose, but it was light, refreshing, and tart and went with the pork well.  Dana had Dressed in Black by Edmund’s Oast Brewing Company.  It is a medium-bodied sweet stout at 6% ABV.  Two very different beers,  but both are tasty brews.

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RED Episode #36: Cape 5K and a Fundraiser at No. 3 Craft Brews

RUN 

In June, we started the Run Disney Virtual Running Shorts Race Series.  This is an Incredibles-themed series of 5Ks this summer.  Complete one in June, July, and August plus get a bonus medal.  

For the month of August, and the Dash and Jack medal, we ran a local 5K, the Cape 5K. We got a free entry for it because we volunteered at the water stop in a 5K for 3D Racing, a local organization that helps certify courses and time races, earlier this summer.  Rachel, the owner of our local running store, The Run Shoppe, and the one who helped us find the right shoes almost 9 years ago when we started running, heads up that organization as well.  Can’t beat that, right?  

The course was flat and shady, which can help us during those long, hot, and humid summer months in Florida.  It was also the second half of our long training run. We got up early in the morning and did 3.4 miles in the neighborhood before the race, so we could get our full 6.5 miles from the training schedule for the Wine and Dine 2-Course Challenge.

 

EAT

We ate delicious ribs after the race!  Normally, we feature a restaurant where you might be able to go and explore some local food.  This episode is a bit different because we headed to No. 3 Craft Brews to help support a fundraiser for a local firefighter who lost his life earlier this summer. No. 3 collaborates with local food trucks to bring together great beer and food, so, while this particular food item was not something that is normally here, usually, on a weekend, you can find something great in the world of local food trucks to explore here.  We hope these ribs make a repeat appearance because they were meaty, smokey, and cooked perfectly!

DRINK

No. 3 Craft Brews collaborated with Big Blue Brewing to release “0603” Smoked Porter.  0603 was the badge number of Michael Camelo, Jr., the firefighter who lost his life suddenly and tragically about two months ago.  100% of the proceeds go to the family of this fallen hero.  This Porter pairs perfectly with the ribs.

If you want to support the family of Michael Camelo, Jr., you can go to No. 3 Craft Brews or Big Blue to toast in his honor or you can contribute to the GoFundMe page set up to help support his family.

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Quick Bite #27: Happy 2018

We are at No. 3 Craft Brews to toast 2018!  We wish you and yours a happy, healthy, and safe 2018.  We hope to bring you more fun races, delicous places to eat, and tasty beverages you should try. 

We thank everyone for their support and hope you will continue to accomplish, explore, and indulge along with us!  Visit our website to tell us where you think we should go next.  Be sure to subscribe and rate us in iTunes and follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook

Happy New Year!!