Tuesday, June 16, 2015

WW: Dixie Quicks & Art {Linky}

On Sunday we went out for breakfast. I've been to the local restaurant Dixie Quicks before for dinner, but not for breakfast. 

The boys wanted French Toast. We got them their French Toast, a cup of fruit to split, and juice. We hardly go out for breakfast. I never expected this:


Isaak ate half of his. Mica ate the whole plate of French Toast. Between the French Toast and full glass of juice I'm pretty sure they ate and drank their yearly calorie consumption. 

Food Coma


Last Bite


I had the Asparagus and Proscuitto Omelet. Travis had Cactus scrambled with eggs, black beans, and tortitas.

The food was so good!

The whole reason we went to Dixie Quicks was to visit The Dog Show - By Adopt Art Omaha. A variety of artists were given wooden dogs, and they could decorate them any way they wanted. RNG Gallery is where the dogs were displayed. The gallery is attached to Dixie Quicks. It's the only time all the dogs were together. After the show the dogs will be put on a scavenger hunt in the local area. The mission of Adopt Art Omaha is to encourage an appreciation and understanding of art in Nebraska and beyond.

I worked on 4 of the dogs. I'm not really a dog person, but it was fun to work on them. On all of them I tried to use found objects, paint and glue.








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16 comments:

Diana M. said...

That is an in sane amount of French toast. Right up my alley! Yum!

stevebethere said...

Wow! their huge and another face pull he never lets us down LMAO :-)

Jacquelineand.... said...

Oh my; definitely food coma! I really enjoyed your fun take on the dogs Alissa. =)

Joyce Lansky said...

Looks good. I love going out for breakfast, but my husband doesn't.

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Ai Sakura said...

You did a really great one! My fave is the doggie with sweet girly eyes :P

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Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Ha, those pictures are hilarious.

Love the dog art!

Mary said...

Oh my word o the food!! Looks delicious, but I'd regret it about 10 minutes after I finished! :)

Cute dogs! Really. :)

Theresa Mahoney said...

That is a lot of food! We don't usually do breakfast either, but when we do, it's a real treat.

I do adore how you came up with your dog designs. Very cute!

pixiedusk said...

Whoa that a mountain of food! Goodness how did they eat that much hehe! I am sure you have 2 perky boys from all those sugar =P

Kristi Maloney said...

Wow! Now that's a lot of French toast!! Oh the carb overload is killing me just looking at it! lol! Glad your boys enjoyed it. :) The doggies that you are making are really cute!!

Masshole Mommy said...

Holy moly, now that is what I call an awesome breakfast. Love their faces.

Charlie said...

Holy cow, food coma is right! We love a big breakfast but I wonder if any of mine could eat that french toast in one sitting. Probably my oldest kids but not any others.

I love the dogs and the idea to use what you found. GG would like the one with all the colors, including pink.

~ Noelle said...

Lol, love their faces with all that food.. bet they were good to go after that :)
All the dogs turned out great.

Karren Haller said...

They are all great, but I think the one that aught my eye was top right side with bottle cap eyes!!!

indah nuria Savitri said...

food coma, alrite...such a huge plate indeed..and looks super yuuum..

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

The cactus scrambled eggs sound very interesting. That french toast would have put me into sugar shock.

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