Our tradition on the way home from Colorado is to stop at the Timberline restaurant in Concourse C of Denver International. Foodie Philip had elk medallions, which were very good and served with “seasonal vegetables” that were grilled and therefore had more flavor than boiled or steamed vegetables. The meal was finished with a very generous serve of garlic mashed potato.
Foodie Greg had an excellent chicken, apple and brie sandwich that he very much enjoyed. Both servings were more than we could eat for $25.15 per serve including tax and tip.
After travel we looked to the freezer for inspiration, and left over bratwurst and zucchini soup jumped out at us. As it was last Sunday, the soup cost $1.73 per serve.