OK, so I moved the sign a little, but…
Stopped at the au Bon Pain just outside Harvard Square this morning. Three of Cambridge’s wild turkeys were waiting for me.
au Bon Pain Holiday Gobblers – In the flesh and feathers
We’re ready for your close-up, Mr. Turkey.
au Bon Pain
near Harvard Square
And it sure beats mini golf.
One of New England’s oldest microbreweries.
Our bartender at the beer-tasting.
Belt Sander Races (for charity). So sorry we can’t stay for this.
Atlantic Brewing Company
Bar Harbor, Maine
Just like mom used to make.
The office was switched to a new coffee system which can do lattes and other foamy drinks. Of course to do this, you need Real Milk Froth.
Even the boxes are mouth-watering:
“Real Milk Froth”. Mmmm-Mmmm Good.
The office storage area
Lowell’s Little Canada is gone, but Poutine lives.
This erotic food vendor was at Lowell’s annual Winterfest this weekend.
(On a record-setting warm February day.)
Vulgar Display of Poutine – Winterfest 2017
Lowell’s Winterfest 2017
Lucy Larkham Park
Downtown Lowell, MA
Girl Scouts vs Cereal
These two things should also not have been combined.
Girl Scouts and Cereal: Now that’s thinking outside the box!
Dry toaster pastry vs Dunks
These two things should not have been combined.
Pop-Tarts and Dunkin’s: Now that’s synergy!
I ain’t gonna tell this happy lamb about his fate.
Considering what’s in store for this critter, maybe he’s actually running away.
A soon-to-be not so happy lamb?
Mongolian Hot Pot
Central Square, Mass Ave.
Every culture has stuffed dough.
Christmas Eve around my house means the kitchen countertops will be covered with flour. This year’s pierogis were filled with cabbage and onion, potato and cheese, and cranberries and tangerines.
The dough-making station.
Potato and cheese pierogis, ready to fry.
Went out to a bar with some former colleagues last night. This was the Drink Specials menu.
Post-election drink specials.
I love Massachusetts.
What the hell are all these other people doing here?
We like to go out for Sunday breakfast. So do billions of other people.
Waiting to get in for breakfast.