Well, "you are what you eat" right?...WHO CARES about such insignificant details as 'personality' when you can know someone's molecular composition?
-my SD diet is supplemented regularly by bean+rice+lettuce burritos and gallons and gallons of the spiciest hot sauce I can get my hands on-
sadly my fridge has been tending towards complete and utter emptiness, but my fridge in HEAVEN would be stocked full of a never-ending supply of the following items:
I don't live in a 'house', but in very small condo. But how could anything special come out of a 'condo'? The yuppies made the very notion of a condo just lamer than lame.... so here you go: 'specialties of the flat'. This is the stuff I like to eat ...I hate following recipes so the end product is always different but these are my favorite flavors.
My favorite drink-drink: Extra Dry Gin Martini straight-up w/ olives (I think I like Tanqueray Gin best).
as far as beer goes...the darker the better (ala GUINNESS) yummm
these place are tasty AND kind to the wallet:
Cafe Athena GREEK=YUM, try the spaniki lemonato
Galoka need to kiss and make-up with yer veggie-gal? this is the place to go if you are in need of some sort of romantic dining ambience band-aid
The Mission beachy b-fast/lunch spot
Jyoti Bihanga aka "Jody Bongy" this is NOT the proper pronunciation but rather my own affectionate nick-name...head over to Ye Ould Sod (just a few doors down) for a GUINNESS before-hand) and you'll be right on par with the meditative state of the servers, groovy
(ths spot is reserved in memory of Kung Food--now closed, see recipe below)
Yummy Beer: Ballast Point Black Marlin Porter (Ballast
Point Brewing Company)...a few doors down is Rose's Donuts where you
can pick up a maple old-fashioned donut (my favorite) and THEN you can enjoy
the flavor sensation of dark beer and donuts.
TH: (the spelling here is messed up because I was trying to spell out the
thai word phonetically):
-guy ping (grilled bananas)
-mamoong bleo (sour green mangos)
-som dtam (green papaya salad)
Heissi Marroni (roasted chestnuts)
Gluwein (mulled wine)
Spinach Waie (Waehe in high German) (tart-pie things)
Tibits by Hiltl