July 29, 2011

"Old Mr. Brown, a man I knew in Oakland, Calif., never ate anything but sandwiches."

"Ask him to a meal, pass the breadbasket. He put everything, from soup to nuts, between two slices. Evidently it was a lifelong obsession."

May I recommend a panini press? I ordered this one after Meade knocked the old one off the counter and down the staircase to concrete-floored studio. After using the new one, I said, "Thanks for breaking the old panini grill."

7 comments:

chickenlittle said...

Mi piacciono molto i panini!

Fred4Pres said...

He made soup sandwiches?

traditionalguy said...

We southerners love a fresh tomato sandwich with Mayo on white bread.

This is only available from mid July to mid August when the heritage tomatoes have been fresh picked.

Growing those tomatoes is a skill of olt timers.

traditionalguy said...

We southerners love a fresh tomato sandwich with Mayo on white bread.

This is only available from mid July to mid August when the heritage tomatoes have been fresh picked.

Growing those tomatoes is a skill of old timers.

The Crack Emcee said...

I ordered this one after Meade knocked the old one off the counter and down the staircase to concrete-floored studio.

Couldn't just say the old one broke, could you?

Disgusting.

edutcher said...

"Meade knocked the old one off the counter and down the staircase to concrete-floored studio."

Better it than you.

PS That'll teach her to say, "No", when the Mister wants that thing she does with that special little muscle.

Paddy O said...

Jerry Brown?

California is between two slices now.

I don't really know what that means, but it sounds bad.