Monthly Archives: April 2011

I could go for one of these right now.

It is the Grilled  Reuben from Herschel’s at Reading Terminal Market. Considering the fact that my senior thesis will be handed in within the next 10 hours,  I am pretty sure I deserve the utter nom of this sandwich. So much meat and so much coleslaw and so much pickle-on-the-side.

My room mate are going to have a post-/during-all-nighter breakfast of eggs, pan-seared tomatoes, sundried tomato-basil sausage, and grilled rye bread. And with that fuel I will finish my thesis and start with the biggest party Haverford has all year: Haverfest, a two- (or three- or four-, depending on your situation) day festivus. This year, my “beverages” include root beer + ROOT granita (already made and looking/tasting tasty) and Southern Comfort mint lemonade.

Edit: 9:34 a.m. There is nothing quite like the smell and taste of saturated fats in the morning. Or anytime, for that matter.