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It’s a Chinese restaurant. And they have a salt water fish tank, and I have a phone camera. So, if you will, a rare photograph of the Chinese restaurant under the sea.
Whatever you call it, this choose-your-own-ingredients feature on the flat top grill is the latest thing going at the local Chinese buffets. Even our local strip mall hole in the wall has started doing it, with highly satisfactory results. This … Continue reading
It’s the decidedly minor but oddly useful Can of Cocktail Peanuts That Never Quite Runs Out. Seriously, this has been sitting on the corner of the washing machine for like two weeks with about three servings of yummy semi-stale peanuts … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting treat from the Easter sale rack at the store with the concentric circles on the sign. Is this a flavor people even want in their Milano cookies? I am sceptical.
It’s a holiday weekend; you’re bound to need it sometime. Genuine old iPod shuffle string, no skips. “Coconut” -Harry Nilsson “Heaven” – Talking Heads “Friend of the Devil”- Grateful Dead (American Beauty) “You’re Gonna Lose That Girl”- The Beatles … Continue reading
Winter drags on and on and photographers are getting desperate enough to shoot with Polaroid Cube toy cameras in the produce department of the butcher shop. (Not even the grocery store. Sheesh.) It’s hardly exploring the farmer’s market with the … Continue reading
Today at the Chinese buffet, we were offered a pink dessert. It was very, very pink, and had small black seeds in it. I had the baked custard/ flan thing seen at the right. That’s a dessert I understand.
Renovation work downtown has uncovered a fine example of an American small town treasure: the “ghost sign”. This one is very colorful and detailed, and a number of people are already trying to interpret the missing words from the frail … Continue reading
You know it’s a long, weird day when dinner is a sandwich eaten at twenty after nine at night. But what a sandwich, one that makes up for the late hour and at least some of the weirdness: broiled marinated … Continue reading