Last night, I explored St. Lawrence Market with Boyfriend, before having dinner. I’d been hesitant to go to the Market before as I’m not really into the whole hanging carcasses, uncooked meat scene, but I thought I’d expand my horizons. There were some questionable sights (like fish and other oddly shaped seafood- I am very squeamish) but for the most part, it was quaint. The area is old, as are most of the shops, so they give off the vibe of a less complicated time. I don’t know why I assumed it would look like a butcher’s freezer!
(Photos by Artie Osit)
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The perfect excuse to have a bbq is to not know what else to cook/make. But alas! We were out of the essentials. So off to go buy some good ol’ burgers, hotdogs, buns, etc. Thinking this would take no longer than a half hour, I put my hunger on hold. Wrong. On both accounts. It took so much longer than expected, and my crankiness was increasing proportionally to my hunger. The final blow hit when I found out the store didn’t have any tomatoes. I was almost ready to give up and go home. Almost.
But to me, a hamburger, without tomato, is no burger at all. So to another store we went. We also bought (give or take) three thousand pounds of fries and macaroni salad. Sadly, when you’re hungry, you think you can eat everything.