This is now a food blog.
Last night we went to Hong Ping for dinner. I'd never heard of the place before, but OMG you guys, it was really good. Look how much flippin' food we got:
Food always looks gross in pictures, but it was delicious. Each plate was just over $10 (except Nick's expensive duckfish) and could probably serve 2 people. There's a giant bowl of soup in the background there, too, and another dish came later. I was still full in the morning and I skipped breakfast. I SKIPPED THE MOST IMPORTANT MEAL OF THE DAY.
Tonight I baked the most awesome cheesy chicken bake you've ever seen. It had lots of chicken, mushrooms, onion, broccoli, carrots, & cauliflower, all simmered in a delicious cream-of-mushroom-and-garlic cheese & cream sauce, and topped with a crispy layer of turkey stuffing and more cheese. You should've seen it. If you saw it, you'd be all like "that is the most delicious cheesy chicken bake casserole thing I have ever seen." Then you'd be all like "your domestic skills make you very attractive. Wanna go make out a little?" And I'd probably say yes, but only for you.
I watched I Am Legend as I stuffed myself for the 2nd time in 24 hours. It was pretty good, with some pretty powerful scenes. But, as I suspected, the movie is nothing at all like the book except for the basic concept. They might as well have given it a completely different title, then briefly mentioned the book in the opening credits, like The Last Man on Earth and The Omega Man (both based on I Am Legend) did before. Especially since the very reason for the title is completely different in the book than it is in the movie's theatrical ending. Speaking of which, don't watch the theatrical ending. It's retarded. The alternate ending, which is on the Blu-ray and special edition DVD, is much better. It actually follows from the rest of the movie...which is always nice in an ending.
With the alternate ending it's a good movie on its own (even despite the shitty CG). Still, one day I'd like to see a real adaptation of the book. Maybe the fourth time's a charm.
Uh oh. I think I have to go to the bathroom now. Goodbye.