I figure there are quite a few of you back at work today, probably all of you not wanting to be there, maybe some still exhausted from New Year's festivities. So my present to you: 61 snacks from the last few months, none of which warrant a whole post, all of them collected here in the largest post I have ever done... 131 photos. So take some time putting off work this morning and enjoy (or don't, as the case may be with some of these).
A scrambled egg, cheese, and bacon breakfast sandwich from down the street. I've never been a big breakfast eater - I probably eat it two or three times per month at most - but I could eat one of these every day.
I slowed cooked a corned beef one day and ate it on a soft roll with pickles and mustard (though for some reason it looks like mayo in the picture).
One time Elizabeth said she wanted Funfetti, and I asked if I could make the kind with vanilla frosting. She didn't think it was that good, but I liked it.
I felt like some fried shrimp but didn't have any tartar sauce, so I decided to make my own. I used Empire Mayonnaise Company's "lime pickle" mayo and McClure's "garlic and dill" relish. It was one of the best tartar sauces I have ever made.
The game is fun. The candies suck. So why did I buy them twice? I dunno. Most of the time I'm an idiot.
I wanted a vanilla shake one evening so I went to the Haagen-Dazs on my block. I have become relatively numb to prices in this city, but this one still surprised me: eight bucks. It was delicious. But not worth it.
41time we cooked one in Tyler's wood-burning pizza oven - and then used a blow-torch - but still good.)
I don't remember what kind of wiener I used for this hot dog, but I remember the toppings: ketchup, My Friend's Mustard "Jalapeño IPA" mustard, and crispy onion pieces. A very good hot dog. (Although if I ever do this again, I will not be using ketchup. I rarely put ketchup on hot dogs and I cannot figure out why I did here.)