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.
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!
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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