Ah yes, pad kee mao in a Thai place on El Camino in Redwood City.And of course, Fraiche again. Natural yogurt ala raspberry preserves and
I'm disappointed that some of these pictures came out blurry. It must have
been the excitement.
The last few dishes of ketchup rice were so good I wanted to try making it at home. I do recall a failed attempt in London which involved rice and ketchup in a pan. But this was different. We were going to do it this time.Joseph and Wynne helped cook. We used chicken, spam (lite), peas, bean sprouts, frozen corn, green onions, garlic a bit of chicken broth, egg, and, of course, ketchup. I decided to mix the egg in. It's too hard to make an omelet, and it makes eating more clumsy. So in it went. SUCCESS! Oh, sweet, sweet success. We also mixed it some korean chili paste, which made it GREAT. Although I put in it too much and it made me cry.
Also splurged on a bit of these cherries. Joseph remembered he had some Baileys in the back of his refrigerator (I guess a previous roommate left it there?), and I muddled a cherry in there. It was good! Like sweet milk before sleep.
Which is apparently right near the Civic Center, where I had gone to an
opera dress rehearsal. I was quite upset when I learned what a bad area we
were in. Well, now I know.