I’ve sadly neglected this blog for a few weeks. I promise to remedy that soon. In the meantime, look at what’s on the menu at this Madrid bar:
Way to rep both my motherland and current land (good ol’ upstate NY), Madrileños. *thumbs up*
I’ve got a few gems from SF that I look forward to posting, but seeing as I just landed in Seattle this weekend, this photo needed to be on the interwebs.
Identity crisis. Or tourism efforts gone sour.
Guess I should be off to the Lone Star State?! Just kidding. Well…
Not really. I’ll be there in a few months. That’s NOT a joke. Maybe the Sea-Tac airport has been following #innaefarawayplace too ^_^.
Unfortunately, these posts are coming a bit later in my travels, but you want to hear the words in my head, don’t you? Rather than just the sights I see? DON’T YOU?
Fine. Just be sure to follow me on Instagram (icon to the left!)
Anyway, back to the series.
I have never seen this before. And I am elated.
Thank you, Lighthouse Ice Cream for blowing my mind (and not my stomach).
Thanks to a friend‘s recommendation, this went in my belly today. Feast your eyes on this ‘za from the Korean chain Mr. Pizza, complete with BBQ ribs, sauce, broccoli, small potato wedges, squash and garlic (the garlic is optional, but that question is always answered with a “yes”).
Oh, and I forgot.
There’s sweet potato mousse in the crust.**
**Honest assessment: I enjoyed it enough to eat three of the small slices, and the sweet potato in the crust was intriguing, but not desirable enough to order it a second time. Go for the cheese cap (cheese-filled crust).
P.S. This is not an advertisement.
P.P.S. Thankfully (?) Mr. Pizza has gone global, so K-Towners, feel free to give it a shot.
P.P.P.S. This is a tease to my next blog post! Ta da! Applying journalism skills.