The title of this post makes it sound like a course offering.
I tried the Sourdough Jack for the first time last week. The fact that I’m so excited about a sandwich from Jack in the Box could be considered an educational introduction to the way I perceive meals.
Celebrated Chinese New Year with Marshall and his family. Baked blueberry mochi cake and peanut butter cookies for the occasion. They liked the mochi cake.
It’s my 100th day of blogged meals.
I went to a Passion Pit concert with Anita in San Francisco. I’m a Manners and Chunk of Change fanatic, but sadly, the band didn’t play any of those songs – rather, they integrated themselves into the venue’s ‘untz untz’ clubbing music set. The integration was so seamless, in fact, that we couldn’t detect any difference between the DJing done by Passion Pit and all the others. Disappointing, but we still got to stare down the eclectic crowd. Of note:
1) Guy wearing ‘FOSTER THE PEOPLE’ t-shirt that was about three sizes too small. Looked uncomfortable.
2) Plaid. Plaid everywhere.
3) Awkward advancer: “may I have this dance?” To which I replied, “LET’S ALL DANCE TOGETHER!!!!” and started synchronized jumping with Anita. I think we scared him away good. I give him props for trying.
Finally got sheets for my bed. The color scheme was inspired by the late Kim Jong Il’s uniform. Take THAT, bare mattress.
Another win: dinner at Shabuway with Lauren. Brings me back to our glory days. Has it really been ten years since our skit won the spirit rally? We convinced our entire class to wear black. Because we’re awesome like that.
I don’t know how such a light, healthy breakfast gave way to bacon cheeseburgers and Kobe beef shabu shabu, but I’m not complaining.
My brunch from the day before was today’s breakfast AND dinner. Thankfully, my new roommate Kristian made guacamole in the evening to mix it up a bit.