True Food – Phoenix

A few people have recommended that we should check out Dr. Weil’s True Food restaurant while we were in Phoenix.

So last Saturday when we met a local couple camping at Usery, we invited them to join us for dinner.

Kathryn-Steven

Kathryn is a writer and Steve is a teacher. It was surprising to learn that both Steve and Brian studied Cultural Anthropology in college and Middle East Studies in graduate school.

Anyway, the food was pretty good (on par with what I cook at home), and we had a good time getting to know a couple Phoenix locals.

2014 Cost of Camping:
0 nights paid camping
57 nights free camping
57 days this year
Total spent on camping this year: $17
Daily average cost of camping: $0.30

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4 Comments

  • Reply Tom February 28, 2014 at 5:09 pm

    Thanks for the report. Based on how good the recipes are that you cook at home, your assessment is solid praise indeed. 🙂

    That said, doesn’t exactly sound like it wowed you…sounds like the difference between our friendly neighborhood vegan place vs the fancy dancy raw food place that amazes…

    Tom

    • Reply Leigh March 2, 2014 at 2:32 pm

      Hi Tom, you’re right, we weren’t wowed, but it’s fine for a neighborhood restaurant. True Food is actually not vegan or vegetarian – it’s just V and Veg friendly.

  • Reply Bert Gildart March 3, 2014 at 8:13 am

    Sorry our trip to Gilbert Ray has been so hurried, but I had lots I was trying to accomplish. We’re returning now to Borrego to see Janie’s brother and attend the Tony Feather concert. That takes us to next week and from there we don’t yet have any firm plans. Let’s stay in touch. Always enjoy your postings and seeing some of the interesting folks your meeting. And your food posts make my mouth water. Cheers

    • Reply Leigh March 3, 2014 at 8:49 am

      Hey Bert, we’re at Lake Mead until the 22nd. We’d love to see you guys and I promise to cook dinner if you show up!

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