Remembering the hot chicken cutlet sub at Salisbury House of Pizza

Kathryn's sister traveled with us for the first few days of our trip to the East Coast, and this morning we brought her to the airport in Manchester so she could fly back to Phoenix. After the drop-off, Kathryn and I thought it would be fun to visit Salisbury Beach for a walk on the… Continue reading Remembering the hot chicken cutlet sub at Salisbury House of Pizza

Eating our way through a busy first day in New England

Considering the only real sleep we got Friday night was on the flight from Phoenix to Boston, we stayed quite busy yesterday. After waiting what seemed like forever for our checked bags, we took the airport shuttle bus to the rental car center, which didn't exist last time I rented a car at Boston Logan.… Continue reading Eating our way through a busy first day in New England

Dining like royalty, Prince Harry’s favorite pizza in Gila Bend

A couple times a year, my good friend Dan -- an occasional commenter on this blog -- travels to Arizona with his mom to spend a week or so with his aunt in Yuma. Typically during those visits he leaves the ladies in Yuma for a day and drives to Phoenix to see Kathryn and me. We were expecting… Continue reading Dining like royalty, Prince Harry’s favorite pizza in Gila Bend

Arrival in Johannesburg, dinner of pizza and wine

We arrived in Johannesburg late yesterday afternoon. After fetching our bags, we rode the spotless Gautrain light rail to the stop closest to our hosts' home, then took an Uber van the last few miles. We had a lovely dinner out at a nearby pizza place, accompanied by another sauvignon blanc we happened to have… Continue reading Arrival in Johannesburg, dinner of pizza and wine