I really am a fat kid at heart, which really sucks as a military member because getting fat will ruin your career. Oh yeah, and it isn’t good to be unhealthy either.
What I am really trying to say is that sometimes a donut just really hits the spot. For better or worse, there is a little bakery in the building next to mine and it has been an unofficial tradition for me to go over there before every flight.
Since I haven’t been flying much recently it has been quite some time since I actually got a donut. So when I had a bit of free time this morning I decided I would walk over there and get one.
To be clear these donuts are nothing special, though one cannot be too picky when you live in Japan. But they are a good quality donut that just really hits the spot when you need one.
On a sidenote, my wife does not enjoy donuts but I still married her. Proof that you can cross the aisle and work with someone even if they are insane enough to not like donuts.
Dr. Pepper, or as my little sister likes to refer to it, the nectar of the gods, is probably my favorite drink, with root beer being a close second.
Even though I would love to drink so much that I would need to fill my car like the picture below, I know that would be bad for me so I try to restrict myself as much as possible. But every once in awhile you just need a delicious beverage.
Just to help ease any concern you may have for my health, that is my car, but not all of my beverages. I was helping set up for a festival.
I know they are terrible for you and provide very little real nutrional value, but they are still just fun even though I am an adult. I still enjoy making those little sandwiches.
I got home relatively late after a very long day at a little festival here on base and I had no desire to make anything. I also just really wanted a little snack and the whole way home I was wondering what I had that would fill my wants.
I opened the fridge and there it was. The lunchables that I had bought only because it was $0.50 and I thought I might want it as a snack one day. Sure enough it came to my rescue tonight.
I can’t remember the last time I had one before this though my kids do have them on occasion. I was just super grateful I had it tonight because it was the perfect fit for my wants.
I don’t know if there is a more simple joy in the food realm than a PB&J. There are just so many excellent variations when you consider all of the different J options.
All of them are good, but some are certainly better than others(raspberry). They are great for lunch, they are great for dinner, they are great for breakfast, they are great for a snack any time of the day.
You can have crunchy peanut butter or creamy (if you hate delicious food, or have a medical condition like a friend of mine). It can be on white or wheat or sourdough. Normal bread or toasted. With a glass of milk or without.
You can also go to the variant of PB&B because bananas should not be made into a jam/jelly but they are delicious with peanut butter.
It is also delicious to put chips on a good PB&J. Fritos have always been a favorite of mine, but other options are also delicious. I don’t know if it is possible to have a bad PB&J.
My apologies to any grammar nazis out there because I know this post just hurt you to the core, but it just needed to come out the way it wanted to tonight.
Simple food is some of the best there is, and a PB&J is right near the top of the list of best simple foods.
As one might expect, while I am living without my family with only a small pot, frying pan, and microwave I don’t eat the best of foods. I realize there is still a decent amount I can do with only those things I just don’t very often.
That’s why when the opportunity comes.to eat really good food I am quick to jump on it. Such was the occasion tonight with a little church BBQ. The food was delicious and the company was lovely.
I don’t have any deep profound thoughts about this other than just being grateful for some delicious free food.
I really love pizza. All kinds of pizza. Authentic Italian, Chicago, New York, Papa John’s, brick oven, the list goes on and on but I love them all.
Other than maybe the sandwich I don’t know if there is another food that can be served with more different toppings. I do not like all toppings, but I do like most of them. BBQ, pesto, chicken, Hawaiian, meat lovers, peppers, onions, tomatoes, all delicious.
One of my favorites is the prosciutto and cantaloupe pizza in Epcot at Disney World. I know some people are hardcore against fruit on pizza, but it is incredible.
I am even happy with the boring Domino’s pizza I got yesterday, which brings me to the last awesome thing about pizza. It is even delicious cold.
I know there are fancier foodsthan pizza, and even foods that like better, but when it comes around to all around awesomeness it is hard to beat. That’s why today I am grateful for pizza.
What are you grateful for?
I have loved Thai food since the first time I had it in Seattle about 13 years ago. It is just so freaking delicious.
I have been to Thailand a few times now and the food is different than in America as usual but is still incredibly delicious. It doesn’t even have to be spicy either.
If you haven’t ever had it I highly recommend you do. Having just been there to enjoy it again, I am super grateful for Thai Food.
What are you grateful for?