A fellow PC Thailand blog, Sprinkles in Thailand, posted this ‘salute to our gastronomical brethren overseas we offer this: The Top Ten Things We Want to Eat When We Get Home.’ They are a married couple and though Jeff Jackson and I are not, sometimes it feels like it. Upon Jeff’s suggestion, we’re teaming up for another post together (remember that Walmart one?) for our respective food and drink lists we daydream, drool, and talk about. As with Morgan and Dan’s blog, we came up with these separately and then mashed them together for rainbows, sparkles, and unicorns.
Since I can’t seem to figure out how to make columns in WordPress, Jeff is in bold, I’m in italics.
J: Bratwurst with Silver Spring mustard
E: Cheeseburger from the Aspinwall Grille
My pancakes with real salted butter and Aunt Jemima syrup
Pizza, preferably from Milanos in the downtown branch
Papa Murphy’s pizza hot out of the oven
Breadsticks from the place I don’t know the name of, but call ‘the breadsticks place’
A baked potato with butter, pepper, Lawry’s and more butter
French Onion Soup (One each from Panera Bread and Max & Erma’s for Saturday lunch with my Mom)
Three scrambled eggs, quality & healthy wheat toast (with butter) and half a pound of bacon, three strips mixed in with the eggs with the greased used to lubricate the pan and flavor the eggs
Pasta… Cheese Tortellini, Chicken Alfredo, Lasagna, Spaghetti with meat sauce, real meatballs
A bowl of Corn Chex (with 2% milk) lightly sprinkled with sugar
Fruit not from Thailand: green apples, strawberries, seedless green grapes and oranges
Jimmy John’s No. 9 sub sandwich – I’ve forgotten what it is, but I know No. 9 = delicious
Homemade mac and cheese
Mom’s homemade lasagna
French fries and to dip into a vanilla milkshake, preferably at King’s
Grilled chicken on a Cesar salad
Hot, fresh-out-of-the-oven, peanut butter cookies
The homemade creation titled ‘Greek shit’ on a cold Fall day
Just reading the list reminds me of more things I’d like to add to it. Stay tuned for the drinks version!