Peter's Blog, Oct. 28th, SF

Today is the last day of our photo shoot and we have only three shots left to take but time is running out, so I can't elaborate on last night's blow out at Tony's Pizza Napoletana (how could we not go there after spending the last two months in webisode world with all those Tony's videos?). However, I'll post more later this weekend, when things settle down. We were in Tony's, at the bar while waiting for our table, watching the ninth inning of the World Series. There were two outs and two strikes when they told us our table was ready. I figured the game was essentially over (how wrong I was!) so we went to the table, out of sight of the TV in the bar. Over the next half hour or so we kept hearing cheering from the bar and our waiter gave us updates, but I kept thinking how I was missing one of the greatest World Series games ever. But all that was forgotten when the pizzas came! I'll go into more detail in my next Peter's Blog, but just wanted to give you the context. As for now, I have to get back to the photos--they're turning out great and I can't wait for you all to see them when the book comes out next year. I'll get back into this story as soon as the dust settles and we get through the shoot....

 

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#1 jaffa 2012-06-21 21:25
Sourness is caused by the taste of acids, such as vinegar in alcoholic beverages. Sour foods include citrus, specifically lemons, limes, and to a lesser degree oranges. Sour is evolutionarily significant as it is a sign for a food that may have gone rancid due to bacteria. Thanks a lot.
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