Thursday, September 19, 2013

It's Like Subway, But With Pizza!

Today was a fun food adventure day.  My friend and I headed to this new pizza place called Pizza Rev for lunch.  We didn't know what to expect, but it turns out the place is like Subway.  Only instead of a sandwich, you get a pizza!  You pick your sauce, then move down the line and start picking your toppings, and the best part is that all the pizzas are one price.  So if you want to get a pizza with pepperoni, meatball, sausage, bacon, peppers, onions, garlic, mushrooms, and buffalo chicken on it, it's the same price as your friend's who got a plain pizza with cheese and sauce.  I went with a plain red sauce, cheese, pepperoni, half Italian sausage, half sweet sausage, tomatoes, and garlic.  It. tasted. amazing!  And it looked good too.  Check it out!
Needless to say, I highly recommend.

Speaking of great food, over the weekend, the roomies and I hit up the LA County Fair.  We were greeted with booths upon booths of absolutely ridiculous food items that were either a) fried or b) wrapped in bacon.  We witnessed a man eating fried watermelon, a woman eating a fried Klondike bar, and a sign for such apparently delectable items as fried upside down pineapple cake and fried bacon wrapped shrimp.  The most amazing one I saw, however, was the Krispy Kreme Sloppy Joe.  No, I didn't try it, but our friend did try the Krispy Kreme Double Cheeseburger and gave it an enthusiastic thumbs up.  I, however, stuck with my favorite food group...
It's like the fair knew I was coming and put this booth up just for me.  French fries = food of the gods.On the writing front, Winter Lakes book 2 is coming along swimmingly.  It's actually freaking me out how well it's coming along.  It's in a massive stream of consciousness state at the moment, but once it's done I can go through and edit it into a discernible story ready for reader consumption.  I feel bad that I haven't shared any of it yet, so I'll give you guys a random line I wrote last night.  I'll just close my eyes, point at the screen, and see where it lands:

They didn’t want to be here in this strange world, trapped against their will.

Intrigued?  You should be!

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