I’m not all that sure how this new Sake track first came to my attention, but after listening to it once yesterday I woke up with it rattling around in my brain. 249 more words
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Years ago in a quiet Washington DC suburb, word got out that the recently sold house on their tight-knit street had not been bought by a family but rather by a home for young men with mental issues. 1,019 more words
Nothing like starting the day with a good flat white. Cortados aren’t bad as well.
But this was not our breakfast. In the morning, my brother and I ate a traditional English breakfast and then went to Tate Modern. 358 more words
One of the joys of traveling is exploring new foods, new recipes and locally grown ingredients. Mufidah and I have noticed increasingly over the course of our two years of slow travels how the foods we eat change as we move from one country to another. 1,037 more words