Egg and Bacon Sandwich

Brand: Tesco Cost: £1 (with £3 lunch deal) Found at: Tesco This is my comfort sandwich. On those days when I’m feeling sick or frustrated or just plain hangry (I am a slave to my blood sugar, as Emil can attest). It’s got everything I need: fat, carbohydrates… eggs. It does not get soggy by... Continue Reading →

Moose Pâté

Brand: Hissa Found at: Karlstad Christmas Market   I have no problem with eating moose. Moose are grumpy animals who will trample you as soon as look at you. Not only will a moose crush you to death if you hit one with your car, but I firmly believe that they take great pleasure in... Continue Reading →

Jumbo Sausage Roll

Brand: UK British Pork Cost: £1 Found at: Sainsbury’s   This sausage roll has all the flavor of an unseasoned, grey tube of meat wrapped in dry puff pastry. Because that is what it is. A grey, flavorless cylinder of pork off-cuts that has been unceremoniously shoved into a stale pie curst package. Where is... Continue Reading →

Miso Pork Cutlet

Brand: Kakukyuu Cost: 324 yen Found at: Lawson   One of the staple flavors of Nagoya food culture is that of red miso. Red miso, unlike the white and yellow varieties, is made with more soybeans and aged for longer, giving it a stronger, earthier umami taste. As I have a significant salt bias, it’s... Continue Reading →

Strawberry with Whipped Cream Sandwich

Brand: 7-11 Cost: 297 yen Found at: 7-11   I don’t know if a strawberry whipped-cream sandwich represents my life peaking or hitting rock bottom. I suppose it depends on which organ you ask. And while it may have dealt a coup de graceto my long-suffering pancreas, it was nevertheless amazing. It’s the dream lunch... Continue Reading →

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