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On international cuisine.
Wed Nov 22, 2017 20:41

“In a manner of speaking,” admitted Joe when Jozua asked if he had jumped on the New Year’s Resolution bandwagon. “It’s not so much resolving to do something as to avoid doing something. There’s a little voice in the back of my head which says I could do as well on my CATS as my brother did if I made myself completely miserable for the rest of the year, so I’m resolving to ignore it.”

He did hope he could do this, as the exercise would not only be painful if attempted, but stupid. He had already lost that game, because even if he pulled off the exact same scores, he wouldn’t do it as easily as John had. He also thought pulling off the exact same scores would be next to impossible in the first place, and exhausting himself might even prove counterproductive. So there was that, though he hadn’t thought of it as a resolution until just now.

He turned his attention to his own plate. “Logically I know the cooking here is no better or worse than my family’s,” he observed, “but I always miss what I have there when I get back here – I don’t know if it’s in my head or if it’s just American ingredients or something.”

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    • On international cuisine. — Joe, Wed Nov 22 20:41
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