Steady Mobbin' is not just the name of this blog /but a way of life
For example, you could say "June 2009" and I would say "soup, every single day, soup."But don't give me one that easy.
July 1998--a lot of johnnies italian beefs and taco bell to make up for months of food from the U of C hospital cafeteria. See? Come on, people!
Finishing my last year at San Gabriel Christian school I was mostly eating tuna fish sandwiches and drinking school milk. On occasion I'd have a hot dog kept warm in its hot dog water in a thermos.
First half of the month: Checkers in Hyde Park. Second half of the month: ice chips.
How about December 1998?Dad
If I was in Provo, microwave burritos with cheese melted on them in the microwave. If I was back at home for break, cheez-its by the fistful.
You ate a lot of falafel too. And Magnum bars.
ohhhh...complete error by me. I wasn't home on break that year at all. Ungrateful son, forgetting his holidays.
Ah ha! Living in London, lunch around the center was a time for leftovers (and if we were out and about, a time for egg mayonnaise sandwiches or a kabob). Scrounging through the communal fridge and presented with limitless bread, I invented something very special and good to have for lunch: the Sloppy Giuseppe, it's an Italian Sloppy Joe. Toast two slices of bread then sandwich between them a heaping scoop of last night's meaty spaghetti sauce. "Season" with a generous helping of grated cheese. One of the best lunches I ever invented. May 2000, you were great.
ahh, law school finals season. Lunches fell into one of two categories: either quick streetbought meals crammed into my gullet as quickly as possible (falafel, Ray's, Gray's, etc.) or the setting aside of worries in overlong visits to Greenwich budget standbys like Indian Taj or Suzie's. Also, the occasional late lumberjack breakfast at Joe Jr.'s.
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