If you're sticking with me and this blog, then please do yourself a favor and read the following post in a French accent. It's how it sounded as I was typing it. Or, more accurately, read it in your best vampire voice. All my accents end up sounding like a slightly drunken vampire.
Ask Gary. He'll tell you once he stops laughing.
Anyway...you know you’re having a good day when you have the opportunity to shout one of the following at various points of the work day:
“I double-dog-dare you to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich that is superior to an Uncrustable.”
“Stay alive. I will find you.”
The first followed a very heated debate about what makes a quality peanut butter and jelly sandwich and is most definitely going to result in a PB & J throw down, which is awesome. And the latter has already made more than one of us laugh until we cried today.
I'm continuing my good day with a good beer. It is Brasserie Lefebvre's Blanche de Bruxelles -- a white beer brewed in Belgium. It is described on the label as being refreshing and having a soursweet taste. It's brewed with coriander and orange peel. Damn you, coriander! I actually rummaged through the spice rack to find my coriander (because why wouldn't I have coriander?) but I DON'T HAVE ANY. Why can't I experience the singular taste of coriander? Ever???
Anyway I can't attest to the strength of the coriander flavor. I can tell you that it poured a very hazy straw color with a medium head that left nice lacing. It smells strongly of orange with hints of banana and clove and maybe even a bit of cinnamon. First sips reveal that it is indeed refreshing. Score. The orange and banana carried through, as did the spice. It also had a dry, biscuit-like flavor. Delicious. This is an awesome beer.
Curious as to what Gary thought of it? Check it out.