Breaking the $30 barrier

2009 May 31
Two of my favorite things

Two of my favorite things. Focus is not an indication of preference.

Erin and I finally had our first pizza that “cost” more than $30!  Frankly, I was surprised that it cost so much, since it didn’t seem like a terribly hefty list: fried eggplant, basil, garlic, green olives, roasted red peppers, mushrooms, anchovies on my half, fresh mozzarrella on her half.  That said, the toppings were sorta flopping off a little.

Also, the waitress didn’t charge me for a side of olive oil, she just gave me a little bottle and an empty ramekin and let me fill it up.  The music was pretty eclectic tonight, ranging from Amy Winehouse to trancey stuff to old hip hop.  I wonder who gets to pick the music…

It’s been a while since we’ve had pizza in the fridge.  We’ll see how long this one lasts.  Erin’s been getting on my case about eating the non-anchovy pieces in the morning, thus leaving her with no sans-anchovy pieces.  I’ll try a little harder this time.

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