W Minneapolis - The Foshay
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... dip, spiral-cut ham with mashed potatoes and bacon green beans, and my favorite: a homemade Bengali feast. Kichuri (rice & lentil dish), Bengali eggs, Kosha Murgir Mongsho (cinnamon-chile chicken curry), Bhuna Gorur Mongsho (cumin beef curry) might take several hours to prepare, but I feel like it's worth someone else cooking all day for the absolute, unqualified joy I feel when I eat this food. Shameless. Thank you, Normita and Jenn. Jerks.
... We just looked at him....eyes getting a bit wider..... Hmmmmm. Then he ended his inebriated visit with us by singing a hillbilly tune, a cappella, called ’Simmon Beer and Possum Sup. He said he wrote it. And it was a performance I wish I had recorded. The entertainment Eugene provided us with was well worth the price of admission. For better...and for worse. And as quick as he came....then poof! He was gone. Just like that. So we thought you might enjoy some ...
... of the national anthem.
We tried to get into the game, but the kids were more interested in the smorgasbord of delicious food that was on sale and talking to their billets than actually watching the field. But we learned a bit about the game. Somewhat. Enough to know that it went for a really long time and eventually got rained out when we were at the bottom of the 7th inning!
Oh well - we got to see and experience enough to say that we did it. Great day ...
... go abroad. So I did a whole year of research and I found really amazing books and blogs from people who shared their experiences. One blog that I would highly recommend for anyone who wants to know about how to travel affordably and also just travel advice in general, check out Nomadic Matt. He has written several books along with his blog. You can look up his site here: http://www.nomadicmatt.com/
The main thing that I learned from my research was that in order ...
When I realized the game in Minnesota was an afternoon game instead of a night game I knew I was in for a long day. I think three hours of sleep, six hours of driving, three and half hours of game and six more hours of driving qualifies as a long day (which is why this is being posted a day late). I decided to drive to Chicago after the game because if I pulled off the road at 5 with as tired as I was I would have ...