Saying no to twitter chapter 1

If anyone is interested in what I did.. without having to tune into the ultra-lame and now square twitter…

here goes.

Saturday lunch: Visited the ultra-rural Ken’s Cafe on West Saanich road for memorable pancakes. Andrea had the cheeseburger. Coffee by Van Houtte. Not bad. Will return again as Eat magazine has said yes to an actual restaurant review.

Dinner: Red Fish Blue Fish for Halibut and chips – Andrea had the Shrimp roll.

Dessert: Ice cream at the now open “Sweet Memories”.
Personal comment. I wish the owner would re-visit his food safe guide. He served about 20 people before us, handling money and food and never once washed his hands. Now that’s just gross. Normally, I would speak up but I like my ice cream…
lightly sprinkled with cocaine from all those american dollar bills he handled before scooping my single scoop on a waffle cone.

Sunday: Got up at noon. Made a buffet of waffles, bacon and eggs – and granola to keep it safe. Espresso from Everyday Gourmet Coffee roasters, Toronto – brewed in a Gaggia Dose – coffee ground by a Baratza Vario grinder.

Stuck my head into the new Crumbsby’s cupcake and gourmet coffee joint in the Estevan Village, Victoria. Thanks to rock music engineer, Peter Lupini, for the tip. Crumbsby’s has a multi-group fire engine red La Marzocco machine and coffee from the Drumroaster – Crumbsby’s is very child friendly – and today they were packed with screaming children (this is a holiday long weekend) – so I did not hang out for coffee.

Dinner: Nachos, Calamari and Beer at the Swifsure on Bellevue across from the inner harbor, Victoria.
Dessert. Andrea and I were with Sheila, creator of Wisdom’s Essential Elements and she insisted on more ice cream from Sweet Memories… obviously did not get enough cocaine from last nights money-handled cones.

Now. Wasn’t that better than a brain dead twitter feed of dozen word nonsense posts?

If anyone is interested in what I did.. without having to tune into the ultra-lame and now square twitter… here goes. Saturday lunch: Visited the ultra-rural Ken’s Cafe on West Saanich road for memorable pancakes. Andrea had the cheeseburger. Coffee by Van Houtte. Not bad. Will return again as Eat magazine has said yes to…