Mozzarella blend, feta cheese, fennel sausage, red bell pepper, caramelized onion, arugula. $11.95
Napa Farms Market, San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
This pizza was pretty tasty. The toppings were really and I liked the texture of the crust. I just wish there was less crust and that the toppings went further out to the edge. It was a lot of naked bread to chew on when I was expected a pizza.
Salami, pepperoni, sausage, red onion, jalapenos, and bbq sauce. $5.25
Oz Pizza, San Francisco CA
This slice was nice and messy, and I loved it, lol! There was plenty of meat and it had a good amount of cheese too!
Jim Neely’s Interstate BBQ, Memphis International Airport (MEM)
This biscuit sandwich was on the small side, but it was delicious! I loved the flavor of the smoked sausage and the biscuit was good too. The bottom was a little dry but the top was still nice and fluffy.
Homemade pork wine sausage, Meyer lemon hollandaise. Served ciabatta toast with rainbow potatoes. $15
Kitchen Story, San Francisco CA
Mmm, this was tasty. I like their bright hollandaise sauce and the eggs were poached nicely. Yum!
Eggs over medium, sausage patties, grits, biscuits and gravy. $8.59
Blue Plate Cafe, Memphis TN
Omg, food in Memphis is definitely cheaper than in San Francisco. This was SO much food for less than nine bucks. It definitely isn’t the healthiest food – I mean the give you extra butter for the grits AND the biscuits and gravy, lol! It’s definitely flavorful though.
Marcello’s Pizza, San Francisco CA
Mmm, I love pizza after a night out! This wasn’t my favorite though. It would’ve been on the bland side without the added parmesan, pepper flakes, and oregano.
Spicy Italian sausage, bacon, jalapenos, red onion, Mama Lil’s peppers, kalamata olives, red sauce, hot buffalo sauce. $8.27
MOD Pizza, Reston VA
This pizza was actually pretty good! Yes, I probably put too many random toppings on it but that’s what I was craving. I don’t even want to know the calorie count on this thing, lol!
With grilled onions and hot peppers.. $6.50
Rosamunde Sausage Grill, San Francisco CA
Mmm, so hot and greasy! The sausages are great here, but I have to give it to them when it comes to the toppings. They’re great and they definitely pile it on. Pair it with a some beer and you have a great meal.
Weihenstephan beer. $6.50
Bernal Heights Park.
Duck confit, toulouse and garlic sausage, and white beans. Three course dinner prix fixe $35
Cafe Bastille, San Francisco CA
I love cassoulets because they’re so hearty and delicious. And with both duck confit and sausage, you really can’t go wrong. This duck was nice but I actually liked the sausage even more. Noms!
Le Parisien: raspberry coulis, passion flavored cognac, champagne. $11
Pizzette scarola e salsiccia. Escarole, lemon zest, panna, caggiano sausage. $8
Pesce, San Francisco CA
This tasted good, but the pizza dough was a little too chewy for my taste. I prefer thinner, more airy crusts. The toppings were great though and I don’t think I’d ever had cooked escarole on a pizza before.
Bay Bridge lights.
Bright lights chard, gaeta olives, mozzarella. Happy hour $8
Stoneburner, Seattle WA
Omg, only eight bucks for this amazing pizza during happy hour?! Count me in!! Honestly, this pizza was frickin’ great. The ingredients were top notch and the crust was heavenly. I think Stoneburner definitely has one of the best happy hours in Ballard!
Bourbon Old Fashioned: bourbon, gum syrup, bitters, orange zest. Happy hour $7
Parmesan, oregano, and dried chilies.
Sweet style meat sauce with ham, sausage, and ground beef served over noodles and topped with cheese. Side 50 PHP
Jollibee, Manila PHILIPPINES
Mmm, I don’t think most Americans have ever tasted Filipino style spaghetti, but it’s the best! I love the sweet meaty sauce, and it’s super addictive. I could eat a huge plate of this and still go back for more. NOMS!
Valentine’s notepad meal freebie. This was the first time I’ve ever received a notepad with a fast food meal. Lol!
Fancy jeepney, Intramuros.