Actually my kidneys are starting to hurt. I should take a break.
Seeing the world through leopard-print glasses
Sheena recognizes she has not blogged since May 12 and yes some busy-ness has overtaken her and her digital camera card reader has been away from her for a few days and then there were drinkies with The Cheek at the Top of the Cock and dinners at very chichi Windy City joints and her cell phone is broken and Mom is visiting and I have been spending every single last dollar of the paycheck in recreating my Roman holiday experience in the Courtyard of the Jungle Queen....
Yes, you heard it here first. Sheena has at last identified the perfect food.
It is: The Pepperoni Stick.
Low carb, high protein. Better brands such as Pillers (the hometown hero) also bereft of awful milky/wheaty/soy shit filler.
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Saturday is Yob Day on the London train systems as soccer fans clog the Tube and stations and pubs with their logo-wearing-breakfast-pint-drinking antics.
A usual hangout, more because of convenience than anything is the pub attached to the Paddington Station - The Mad Bishop and Bear. (Click here for a Kindred Spirit...
For 3.95 pounds, an OK deal. Skipped the Bacon Butty (sorry TWoC). Sausages were quite good, bacon horribly salty. Mushrooms passable. Never been a huge fan of the grilled tomato, but ate it today. Beans from some sort of can, where the specific bauxite ore was sourced I wish my discerning palate could tell you, but clearly it's been ruined by the lovely home roasted cannellini beans from last week in Rome.
Pint of cider to wash it down. The breakfast beer, as it were.
Labels: What if Dubai is the New Rome?