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Expat wanderer

Maura’s in Homer, AK

Maura’s is across the street from the Driftwood Inn, and is only open for breakfast and lunch. I had lunch there the day AdventureMan was out bear hunting, and then we had lunch there together the next day.

Maura’s
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Inside Mauras – it’s not very big; many people order to take out
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This salad was full of happy surprises – lots of avocado, a marinated shredded cabbage, a pickled beet, it was continually surprising and delicious:

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Tom Yom Gai with a twist – a lot of kale, which worked. This was the healthiest, tastiest Tom Yom Gai ever:

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As I said, it was so good AdventureMan wanted to try it the next day. They were very busy, we ordered out to eat back at our house, but we were so hungry that I totally forgot to take photos. Both days, delicious.

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July 2, 2014 - Posted by | Alaska, Arts & Handicrafts, Food, Restaurant, Road Trips, Travel | , ,

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