Day 12: The Last Supper(s)
It's coming down to the wire. Only a few items left, though I'll need to do some hunting to find the last -- frozen grapes, pork shishkabobs, a naked hotdog on a stick. I've already found that about a handful of items on my media list aren't actually being offered, and I've stumbled on others that weren't on the list.
I've got a Minnesota Public Radio interview today, so please check it out. I'll be interviewed at 1 p.m., though I'm not sure when it will actually air.
I start the day off with a mocha on a stick over at that great coffee place, The Bean Factory. I read the paper as I do it in an attempt to look educated and stylish.
The mocha bar is heads above its plain coffee cousin. It's actually ice cream, and has just the right amount of sweetness and chocolate flavor. Thumbs up.
In my dash to eat everything, I head to The Lamb Shoppe. I'd rather wait till later in the day to eat lamb -- Ugh, lamb in the morning? -- but it's close, and the clock is ticking.
It's actually quite good. I get seven or eight chunks of moist, mild lamb (kabob-style) with mint jelly on the side. It's new this year, and not on the media list.