Filed under: Food Made by Other Food Folks | Tags: food, Kirchhoff's deli, life, places to eat in paducah kentucky, restaurant review, the fudge shop
The hubs and I recently had a nice getaway to celebrate our anniversary. We rented a beautiful condo and enjoyed the peace and quiet of being alone with no kids. We spent our mornings walking around town looking through the quaint antique stores. It was a lot of fun.
Also, of course, we ate.
We had a great, yet awkward lunch at Kirchhoff’s, a deli/bakery/coffee shop that the lady who rented our condo to us recommended. It was awkward because it was slightly confusing to order, but it was no big deal at all. The place was busy and nice. The smells of bread and coffee were great, and we enjoyed a nice rest from all that shopping.
Mr. Opinionated ordered the chili hot dog, and he was pretty happy with it.
I enjoyed the horseradish and chive havarti grilled cheese. As you can see, it was slightly burned and lacked most of the cheese, but it was still good. You can’t beat a good grilled cheese.
Later for dessert, we stopped by the sweetest little fudge shop where we were helped by the sweetest two ladies who must have been sisters.
And may I say, peanut butter fudge may be the best food ever created in the whole entire world. These ladies here, they know how to make it. We bought the variety box of four types of fudge. Since it was our anniversary, we each picked two types. I picked the salted caramel and peanut butter. The hubs picked rocky road and pecan. Ah, the joy of sharing fudge with the love of my life.
Love means never having to share peanut butter fudge.
We had a great time, and I would highly recommend both of these delicious stops. It was a great foodie trip.
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