You haven’t loved until you’ve loved a dog, and I sure love my Syren. She’s been deteriorating steadily, and a merciful end is nigh. I haven’t seen much of Syren at all since breaking up with the girlfriend she’s attached to, but I have thought about her constantly. She was a source of pure light in my life for five years, and probably my best friend.
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The footage I’ve curated is from the 1976 film, “Joy Ride: An Auto Theft”. It’s a cautionary tale of youth gone wild in the California hills.
If you haven’t experienced St. Louis during the summer, I’ll do you a favor and stop at saying that it gets pretty hot. It’s going to be about 1,000,000° Celsius here today, but I have a favorite natural remedy: Danh Trà Hoa Sen. If you’re tired of water’s aggravating blandness but need a refreshing summertime beverage, this could be the brew for you. Continue reading “Found at Jay International: Vietnamese Lotus Green Tea”
We’ve all experienced the desire for a lil’ snack. The problems arise when we can’t decide if we want chips, shrimp, or wasabi. Thanks to the cheerful workers at the Calbee company (headquartered in Japan, with production in Thailand), you no longer have an excuse for such episodes of befuddlement.
Continue reading “Found at Jay International: Wasabi Shrimp Chips”
Living in South St Louis in the Tower Grove area puts me within walking distance of South Grand, which boasts the most diverse collection of ethnic restaurants in the city. So, I’m pretty lucky, but I rarely eat at any of them. Sure I’ll grab a shawarma from The Vine once in awhile, but usually I prefer to make my food investments at the little mothership of international grocery shopping, Jay International. Continue reading “New Series: Found at Jay International”