Iâ€™m happy to have Tio Wally (long-time Me So Hungry reader) aboard to send in his eating adventures from across America.
Greetings from … I donâ€™t know where I am today yet. But when I find out, Iâ€™ll let yâ€™all know.
I just wanted to wish the Me So Hungry universe a happy National Food-Coma Day. (The effects of Tryptophan, by the way, is an urban myth. Itâ€™s eating double or triple your normal caloric intake, exausting your poor body, that makes you sleepy. Still, â€œTryptophanâ€ is awfully fun to blame, not to mention, say.)
In that spirit, Iâ€™m posting a song I wrote, recorded, and performed by my lonesome about eating the â€œotherâ€ dark meat. Itâ€™s called â€œMi Gatoâ€ (My Cat). It may not be genius, new or exciting, and I screwed up the translation a bit, but itâ€™s a snappy little ditty nonetheless. Itâ€™s about making fajitas, or more accurately, gatitas.
In sum itâ€™s a heartwarming, food-centric ditty. My way of wishing MSH readers worldwide a Happy Thanksgiving. And if you know any Spanish speakers, have them translate it for you.
If youâ€™d like to hear more of my illustrious output, visit me atÂ http://soundcloud.com/tiowally
And so we roll.
Tio Wally pilots the 75-foot, 40-ton(max) land yacht SS Me So Hungry. He reports on road food from around the country whenever parking and InterTube connections permit.