We had breakfast at one of our favorite spots, Sanibel Café with unique table arrangements of Fossilized Seashells under glass. Below is the table where we sat.
We were lucky to be seated almost at once on this busy Sunday morning.
I had Eggs Benedict served with Grilled Parmesan Tomatoes and Al had Lox and Bagel Platter. We made a brief stop at Bailey's for some provisions and headed back to the beach with sunny skies. I finished another book NAKED GREED by Stuart Woods. An easy read but a lot of violence and sex.
Tonight I prepared Steamed Mussels with a light Italian sauce of Roma Tomatoes, scallions, garlic, basil, and wine. This was served over pasta with Arugula salad and Italian Bread. Dessert was Tiramisu from Bailey's Bakery.
Al tried a new to him California wine -Edna Valley Vineyard Merlot 2013. The wine is described as "aromas of cocoa powder, anise and black cherry, complemented by hints of leather and humidor. Fine tannins and a bright acidity create a rich, balanced mouth feel." Or another review says "The palate offers a complex combination of flavors—mocha, espresso, blackberry and anise."