You may have noticed, readers, that I have really been putting an effort into posting more often. I have even been taking pictures of thrown-together meals in case I am short a post or two. But sometimes life, and by life I mostly mean work, gets in the way.
Take tonight for example. I do have a couple dinners I cooked that I could write about this evening, but I am currently, at 8.06pm, at my desk in the office finishing up a report that needs to get tonight. (Why am I writing a blog post when I need to get a report out tonight is a subject I am not going to go into right now.) I am worried that between real life (OMSI After Dark tomorrow night, yay!) and work life (staying late in the office), I won't be able to post any real meals this week.
Instead, I will post the dinner I am right now scarfing down. A chicken shawarma plate from a cart on SW 5th between Oak and Stark, conveniently directly across the street from to front door of my office building, that has the word Arabian in its name. I have never eaten food from this cart before, and it is delicious and a crapload of food. All for $7.
Okay, back to work. Wait, first a note. I believe this is the first time chicken, or any poultry, has been featured on Princeton Eats Portland. I find chicken repulsive in general. It is not the taste, but the disgustingness of the chicken industry that gets me. Remind me to rant on that later.