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May 3, 2010

It was an action-packed weekend during the day and very low-key at night, which was exactly what I needed.  Here’s a great music video for the first week of May.

Per the suggestion of a friend, from here on out I’m going to try to name what restaurant the food comes from in pictures if it’s possible.

She never left the airport.  She took the next plane back to Orly and joined those hundreds, those thousands of Americans who stream through Europe, gay or sad, as if they were a truly homeless people.  They round a street corner in Innsbruck, thirty strong, and vanish.  They swarm over a bridge in Venice and are gone.  They can be heard asking for ketchup in a Gasthaus above the clouds on the great massif, and be seen poking among the sea caves, with masks and snorkels, in the deep waters off Porto San Stefano.  She spent the autumn in Paris.  She was in Rome for a horse show and in Siena for the Palio.  She was always on the move, dreaming of bacon-lettuce-and-tomato sandwiches.

– John Cheever, A Woman Without A Country

Nos. 247: 5/1/2010


Shrimp Po’ Boy Sandwich – Calypso Cafe
Italian Ice – Annette’s Homemade Italian Ice

No. 248: 4/30/2010


No. 249: 4/29/2010


No. 250: 4/28/2010

No. 251: 4/27/2010

Pork belly & pineapple fried rice – Urban Belly


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