I made the best EVER sandwich for lunch today. So good I had to post about it.
- Toasted multi-grain bagel with butter.
- Horseradish mayonnaise
- Wiltshire bacon
- mozzarella cheese
Washed down with a fine lager.
I should’ve taken a damn photo.
Anybody want to take a guess?
UPDATE: Yes, it’s a bike helmet with zip ties attached to it, but it has a name. Hint: It’s named after what it does.
Whenever I make rice, I dump the rice in the pot and add water until it’s just above my fingers. Then I know I have the right amount of water for whatever amount of rice I’ve used. Jody taught me that. Works every time.
This is elitist, but it made me chuckle because most of it’s true (I’d switch Yahoo and Hotmail). I’m always surprised when I see friends with Hotmail accounts. I know one person with an AOL account. He seems to love it.
Via Steve’s bloggy thing.
Thrills: that purple gum that tastes like soap. The manufacturer even use the slogan:
It still tastes like soap!
I found Thrills in Freak Lunchbox, a wonderful candy store on Barrington Street in Halifax, close to Doull’s used book store.
Freak Lunchbox is a treasure of candy memories: Bottle Caps, Laffy Taffy, Charleston Chew, Garbage Candy (came in little plastic garbage cans)… My daughter bought a five dollar lollipop the size of her face. I got a couple packages of Thrills (one for Phillip) and Pop Rocks candy. It was fun to see those old products. The store was busy too, but the staff was great; the place had a relaxed, amusing energy – probably because everyone was reliving their childhood candy memories.