Not a real post. This is totally not fair. This totally doesn't count. But here is what I ate for dinner today: delicious yellow daal and rice with saffron. P.S. Cooper is currently requiring my full attention (largely due to my undeniable wit and charm), so I don't have time to write.
Here are a few closing thoughts:
Why do the suburbs get such a bad rap?
Is it because we have less Indian food options here? If so, I totally agree. Indian food is great and it's bogus we don't have more options. Actually, it's WAY MORE bogus that we don't have many (read: any) vegan options here. (And don't get me started on Chow Patti. I loathe that place.) Chicago wins when it comes to quality vegan fare. But for tonight, I loved my daal! And for that, suburbs, you are okay by me. For now.
Why do restaurants give you so much food in the U.S.?
Whatever the answer -- it's okay, I'll just have some for lunchies tomorrow!
Which is better: Indian food buffet or Indian food off the menu?
I really can't do Indian buffets because I eat far too much food and convince myself that if I just put a little food on another plate it'll be okay. At the same time, despite the consequential food coma, doesn't more food mean better value? But then no left overs for lunch?! AH.
Tongue twister of the day: Sasquatch eats sassy squash.
Say it five times... fast. It's going to be the new name for this blog.