Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Red Hills Market - THE BEST

Thanks to the folks at Red Hills Market in Dundee, Oregon. Today was the last day of Dundee Summer Market and it was perfect. Business was a little slow, the wind was gusty, and the temperature was a little cool without a jacket. However, the food at Red Hills Market was awesome! I sampled their roast beef sandwich with caramelized onions and blue cheese and was blown away by the portion and flavors. Then after closing we were treated to a smorgasbord of pizzas. These pizzas were not usual pizza. I call these healthy pizzas! I tasted Jamaican spicy chicken, sausage with a little mushroom, and a vegetarian that were very very tasty. You'll just have to visit some day and try them yourself. Or check out their website and Facebook page.

If anyone asks me where is a good place to eat in Dundee, Red Hills Market is sure to be the first one I would recommend. I'm sorry this picture is so far away. That's me on the right with the lime green canopy and quilts flying in the wind.

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