I miss Seattle and Canada so SO so much. I can’t believe it’s nearly September now – I’ve been home for about two months and I’m itching to travel again. For now, I’m working a temp job in NYC to save some more dollars for my next venture!
My laptop is FINALLY back in working order so I’ve been reliving all of my travels and reminiscing on the good food I found and great friends I made.
I could totally go for a delicious Russian piroshki right about now…I found this place in Seattle’s Pike Place Market.
I had a Cherry White Chocolate piroshki…sooooo good.
I’ll be back eventually! At least I have an adventure to look forward to this week — I’m heading to Washington, DC for the long weekend [Labor Day]. I’ve been a few times, but always as a super tourist…I’m excited to head out with my friend Kelsey and get a 21+ experience of the city.
Have suggestions of food spots for me to explore in our nation’s capitol? Let me know!
Well, it’s official. I’m in love with Seattle! It’s bright, sunny and warm here in the Northwest and I’m enjoying my time in this hip, cool city. Staying at a hostel has been a super fun experience so far and I recently ventured out with a group of awesome folks to a spot called BISCUIT BITCH. A short walk from Pike’s Place Market, you’ll find this small spot to be both friendly and delicious.
With items like “Easy Bitch” and “Hot Mess Bitch,” I thought it was hilarious and wonderful. One of the guys who worked there heard us asking each other what we had ordered and when I said, “The Straight Up Bitch,” he was like, “I’ve found that if you drop the ‘the’ when you say it, it sounds better.” Reminded me of this scene from The Social Network. And he was right.
My straight up bitch was absolutely covered in sausage gravy and somewhere beneath all of it was a really, really good biscuit. The food was relatively cheap too so if you’re in Seattle I’d recommend stopping here, grabbing a bitch, and heading to the waterfront. Or you can eat in and gaze upon the original bitch.