What is a pescetarian? It means that the only kind of meat you eat is that of fish and other seafood. This makes dining out hard, given the limited seafood items on most menus. This blog talks about the choices a pescetarian has when eating out, about meals you can make (although these come few and far between), and, well... desserts. (I didn't say this was necessarily a healthy eating blog, did I?)
One thing I really like about California is that they have so many eating places that serve fish tacos. I've eaten them in fairs, fastfood places, and higher end restaurants. I don't get tired of them, since the taste varies from place to place. One of my favorite places to eat fish tacos is Rubio's Fresh Mexican Grill; partly because of the taste, partly because of their range of fresh salsas (the chipotle one is my favorite), but mostly because on Tuesdays, they only cost a dollar each. So it was that "Taco Tuesdays" was born. Kuya, Liz, and I looked forward to going to Rubio's on Tuesdays. (Aidan, being four years old and rather picky about food, wasn't always as enthusiastic.) Kuya would always buy at least 15 fish tacos for the four of us. Aidan usually wouldn't eat his share, unless given the promise that he would get some churros after finishing his food. The tacos left over I would have for breakfast and/or lunch the next day.