There are more pics of SF and WWDC and whatnot...at the Flickr site
Aargh! Don't call it "Frisco"!
May I boil in oil And fry in Crisco If I ever call San Francisco "Frisco" Ogden Nash
the only reason this post is even remotely tolerable is that i'm flying to the west coast tomorrow.
yes, yes - I know the "frisco" faux pas but how do you expect me to make a cooking pun with Sanfran?
Never mind the Frisco bit, I find this whole post utterly unforgivable. Not only did you go when I was not there, but you say the company was better than this luscious food. I can only retaliate now by taking my camera out here wherever I go to eat - just you wait.
Put me out of my misery and please confirm that that is a mushroom burger at Barney's. But I know my guacamole Barney's burger, and that pic is not that. I can't believe you didn't have the guacamole burger. I simply cannot digest this fact. And I agree with Fazal-- no to 'Frisco"!
No clam chowder on Pier 49 1/2 or whatever? No Mexican food from the Mission District? No Desi food from University Ave or Fremont?
Lovely photos of the Bay and coast. I'm really hurting right now :(
dk: As Nasir Kazmi said: Kuch yadgar-i Shehr-e Sitam hi lay chalain Ae Hain iss Gali mein tu Pather hi lay chalain These are mere stones I collected from your Gali. Hmm. But maybe that puts the onus on me - and not you - WHO LEFT BEFORE I CAME. In which case, instead of Nisar Kazmi, I recall Uss Bewafa Ka Shehr hai... [from Shaheed, 1962 - amazing movie, amazing musarrat nazir, and lyrics by faiz ahmed faiz.]
Jeez...I'm very hungry now. And I'd be terribly jealous of all that awesome food but I'm consoling myself with the fact that I'm going to Bangkok next weekend - mostly just to eat for two days. Heh. I hope to take many, many photographs.
So yummy but sooo not Halal. :(
Alright, alright, Faiz aur Naseem Begum pe sab muaf. Amazing song indeed!
no, no, no. SanFran is even worse than Frisco. No Shalimar? No Burma SuperStar? What is all this food?
"no, no, no. SanFran is even worse than Frisco." Yeah, I agree. SanFran sounds so... antiquarian. Or like a couple of 70 yr. old women sitting around in fluffy and frumpy floral print dresses with old fashioned hats and having tea. I personally say "Es Eff". But I'm not a native San Fransciscoan, just a convert from Republican Hell we call Orange County, so my usage might be wrong.