For some reason, my car keeps making a pit stop at that wonderful hometown diner after I leave work each day. And by ‘pit stop’ I mean literally 10 miles out of my way in the opposite direction from the way I go home each day. But that’s neither here nor there.
This is Bread Pudding Monday and I’ve been craving a piece all day. So I plan to take one home with me to eat while I relax. Then I run inside and grab two for the road. How does that happen?
But I always need an extra one on hand because it’s a WHOLE 7 days before Monday hits again for that bread pudding. So I settle in the car, bread pudding in the bag next to me, and head home. I could smell it wafting through the car. I could practically taste it. So I had no other choice.
But just because you can’t wait to get home to eat your bread pudding to-go doesn’t mean you should set up a dining area in your car while driving like I did, people! Still searching for the one bite that fell off my fork and rolled God knows where.
Don’t try this anywhere, guys. I’m clearly a bad example.
So, if you have nothing else to do today, you’re more than welcome to help me look for that bite in my car—OR better yet, find a local hometown diner you can make a ‘pit stop’ at after work each day that’s 10 miles plus out of your way.
Take-Away Life Lesson: Eat the bread pudding AT the restaurant OR pull the car over, set up shop, and go to town on the bread pudding in a NON-moving vehicle as the other cars stare at you in disbelief (or jealousy, is what I think).
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