|09-03-2012, 10:20 AM||#346|
King Of Wishful Thinking
Join Date: Jan 2001
Location: Philadelphia Suburbs
It's actually almost lunch time, so I will be microwaving leftover beef jalapeno sausages and punjab style samosas (potato and pea).
I do have some granola and dried marshmallow bits (the 'charms' in Lucky Charms) left, but I can't figure out where they fit in...
Some people say "Eat a live frog in the morning and nothing worse can happen to you the rest of the day." With jalapeno and curry, who needs frogs?
Obama 2012 - We did it again!
I have always believed that hope is that stubborn thing inside us that insists, despite all the evidence to the contrary, that something better awaits us so long as we have the courage to keep reaching, to keep working, to keep fighting. -- Barack Hussein Obama
|09-03-2012, 03:24 PM||#348|
Co-Strawberry Festival Queen
Join Date: Sep 2005
Location: Ye Olde Englande
I do like samosas, greasy as they are.
When I lived in Leicester the shop two doors down sold home-made samosas as well as curries. My favourite were the chicken ones. Minced chicken, and with a bit of a kick, but not one that lasted long enough to make you sweat.
They also let me buy things on tick, so yes - I was a regular customer!
Oh and bless them, I got a refund for bringing the plastic box back. Nothing much - 20p maybe, but I applauded the gesture.
Bbro, we saw lots of pecan pies in Oxford on Friday.
Not common here. Not in Aylesbury anyway.
I'm an inveterate food-window-shopper. I even go into deli's and poke about and ask questions with no intention of buying. It makes me happy.
I suggested to Mum the preponderance of the pecan was due to the number of Americans transplanted to the city of dreaming spires. It's quite possible.
I really must write up our trip.
Only two photos of food. It's hard to know where to start in a place like Oxford. I must go back alone, Mum finds my hair and my bulk slightly awkward, let alone stopping to take photos of everyday things like pigs heads, real truffles and pecan pies.
none thought of the others they would never meet, or how their lives would all contain this hour
|09-05-2012, 12:18 PM||#349|
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Join Date: May 2004
Location: Raleigh, NC
Sundae - I am actually not a huge fan of pies. My mom used to make a pecan pie every Christmas that would disappear in minutes. Still never tasted it, though.
Today is eggs, velveeta, and bacon sandwich with milk.
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