Heinz's Bakery and Baugher's

I went to Westminster with my family to visit my mom at work at McDaniel College. My dad, my brother, my sister, and me walked around the town and stopped at a place called Heinz's Bakery for breakfast. They had lots of doughnuts, bread, and cake, all home made! I had a Chocolate Boston Creme Doughnut while my brother got a Chocolate Twist Doughnut. The creme was great, and the chocolate on top was outstanding! It was super chocolatey, and made the doughnut stand out!  I give ***** stars for food for Heinz's Bakery. The reason I didn't put kid friendly was because a bakery doesn't need to be kid friendly since they already sell doughnuts and cake, which kids love.

After that, we explored the town some more, saw a baseball game at McDaniel College and went to Baugher's. When we got there, I saw that they had a petting zoo, a orchard where you can pick fresh fruit, and a playground. When I got the menu, I saw that all the ingredients for their foods were fresh. They had a lot of choices, such as the Hot Turkey Sandwich w/ gravy and french fries and their snack attack (chicken fingers, mozzarella sticks, onion rings, and corn fritters). They also had a kid's menu that you have to ask for separate. I got a roast beef sandwich w/gravy and corn fritters as a side. It was delicious! The corn fritters had real corn in them, was sweet, and the corn was fried inside dough. The roast beef was juicy, tender, and awesome! The gravy also helped bring a flavor that also made it juicy. For Baugher's, I give ***** stars for food and **** stars for kid friendly. Well, that's all. Bye!

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R&R Taqueria

Hi! Sorry I haven't posted in awhile.

Anyways, I went to a place called R&R Taqueria in White Marsh Mall. I went there because Guy Fieri went to the other one at Washington Blvd., and I thought that this one would be the same. When I got there, it wasn't that crowded, so we took a seat in the food court and looked at the menu.

There were many items like the Alambres, which is green peppers, onions, bacon and ham with with cheese on top, their Huevos, which is basically fried eggs served upon fried corn tortillas tomato-chili sauce or Salsa Verde, and the Pollo A La Parilla, which is blackened chicken platter, grilled chicken, Mexican Rice, Re-fried beans, Tortillas, and Pico De Gallo.

But among all these wonderful foods, it didn't have a kid's menu. So, I got a Make-Your-Own Quesadilla with beef tongue and cheese. If your wondering what is beef tongue, it's exactly like what it says: the tongue of a cow. I know it may sound disgusting to you, but it's actually pretty good.

Even though I got what I wanted, my dad wasn't so lucky. He tried to get 2 things, that they were both out of, before settling on a taco. My mom had the Huaraches. She wasn't a fan.

My Quesadilla was delicious! The beef was moist and juicy, and the cheese was cheesy and gooey. I give *** stars for food and ** stars for kid friendly. I give 2 stars for kid friendly because adding to no kid's menu, the only place to sit was in the food court in the mall. Even though I didn't really like this place, my dad thinks we got a surge of bad luck, so we may go another time. Well, that's all. Bye!

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