Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Tasty Tuesday

One of our stops on the drive down to Maya Beach last week was at a Mennonite bakery just off of Hummingibrd Highway.  It is a quiet little family run place where you can get some freshly baked goodies, have breakfast or eat lunch.  While we were there we could hear hymns playing and someone back in the kitchen singing along.
Jesus said "I am the bread of life"

walking up to the front porch...

We chose to pick up some cinnamon rolls and banana bread to take with us.

on the way home we stopped again and decided to try out the lunch menu...

there was a soothing brook just behind the building...listening to the mini waterfall added to the atmosphere

I had a ham sandwich and Tom had salami...and we both enjoyed the plantain chips!

There was a huge Tonka truck in the dirt along with a tractor, a semi truck and a fire engine. 
 What a perfect place for a little one to play.  

and there were enough flowers around to keep the butterflies coming and going.

I am  thinking it will be a tradition for us to stop whenever we see the OPEN sign 
if we are traveling on Hummingbird Highway!


  1. What a delightful place to stop for some home-cooked goodness! I am thinking some cinnamon buns will be wonderful to have Christmas morning.

  2. Beautiful place...I love the colors!

  3. Those cinnamon rolls are whispering to me. Plus the plantain chips too. Seems like a beautiful place

  4. Plantain chips on that charming porch. I would love that.

  5. Oh... it sounds so lovely.
    The pictures of the Cinnamon Rolls and the Lunch made me hungry. I had never heard of Plantain Chips. They look yummy too.

  6. I just saw these pictures today. They make me wish I were in Belize and make me homesick for El Salvador. Plantains...