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November 2017
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Counting down to EOFY

Work: Posting from work because I am waiting (impatiently) for someone else to finish printing some horrendously long print job they've got going. :P

I won't stay long, because there's filing I can do in the meantime.

Food: Tonight, Mark and I will check out a Bosnian restaurant called Cafe Pita+. It sounds delicious, with their trademark dish being something called cevapcici, which is six little ground beef and lamb rolls grilled and served on something similar to pita bread. You spread different kinds of sauce on the bread and then roll one of the cevapcici in the bread.

How much more Pernese can you get? Anyway, it sounds tasty!

Beyond the Hallows: I am discovering that my version of Narcissa Malfoy is sort of the Daria-like dork I would love to be at times. She can get away with it because she's beautiful and has money. (g) She's on trial now for her activities during 1997-98, and she's letting the judge know how little she tinks of him when he acts supercilious.

Well, must get back tow ork, now; I think the printer is finally free.

Current Mood: busybusy
Comments

Odds are that desserts at that restaurant will be similar to Greek and Turkish ones.

They were! The place offered three desserts--rice pudding, baklava, and something called palancinci, which I gather are the Bosnian version of cream-filled pastries filled with chocolate or hazelnut cream. They were out of those, unfortunately.

Their fried cheese was excellent, also. Unlike most fried cheese you get in Italian chain restaurants, Cafe Pita's fried cheese is very lightly fried, with sesame seeds in the batter, and the cheese is soft and yummy, not rubbery and stringy, the way fried mozzarella gets.

I had cevapcici on </i>lepinja</i> bread, which is to die for. The bread tastes a lot like very soft focaccia. It's chewy and wonderfully eggy.


I hope we'll go there again, but it's way out west on Westheimer, almost at Beltway 8, so we won't be eating there very often.

Chantal