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Thursday, October 30

last night was the international dinner at church.
it was pretty good considering the fact that someone brought hotdogs to represent America.

my roommate's sister asked me if I could eat only Chinese food for the rest of my life.
sure.
She said she didn't think she could eat American food for the rest of her life.
i thought about that....
ewww.
I think i could do anything except American food for the rest of my life.
Mediterranean...check
Italian...check
Mexican...check
Japanese...checkCHECK (i can't resist sashimi...it's a major reason to still eat seafood.)
Thai...check
Greek...check

at any rate, someone brought mac and cheese in a crockpot. whoa, nellie. that was some GOOD mac n' cheese. generally, i show little to no love for the mac n'cheese. it must've been the cheese. well, it can only BE the cheese. how does the MAC really contribute to the dish. except for not being too squishy.

houseguests have really contributed to the quality of victuals in our house:
homemade applesauce made w/ quality washington apples. i never knew applesauce could touch the soul like that. it's good when it makes me want to make it so i can eat it again....and again...and again.

and also contributed to the quantity of alcohol...
apparently you can't just get a six pack from this beer store. you have to buy a case. (in PA, you can't get your liquor at the grocery store) so we are currently stocked w/ Sam Adam's Oktoberfest. which i have to report is quite good. i never knew that i could enjoy beer. but so i do. only when it's free.

how's that for reentry onto the blog? Do i make it back on the BCS?

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