Hi, um! A friend of mine showed me your art and your characters and fhshkdf you're pretty awesome and uh
I drew one of your characters, Twitch
I hope that's okay! 6u9;
um wow thank you I am seriously flattered. I was having a pretty bad day (and week I guess) but this really brightens it up.
Jughead is known for his ability to consume unusually high amounts of food in a single sitting without falling sick or gaining weight, though he sometimes sports a potbelly after particularly large meals. Jughead is also a preferred customer of most of Riverdale’s food establishments, especially Pop Tate’s Chocklit Shoppe, except when he is unable to pay his tabs. In one story, he was given a “Restaurant Club Card,” and ate out on high-class foods. However, when he found out how much interest the card charged, Pop Tate loaned him the money on the condition that he eats only at the Chocklit Shop.
His love of food has given him heightened senses. He can identify food in a can by smell without opening it, and his taste buds can detect the slightest flaws in prepared food. As such, he is a respected food critic, as well as a gourmet cook himself. Once, when he dabbled in creative writing and sought out Miss Grundy’s help as he tried several genres, Grundy’s advice was to write about what he knew. The result was his “Forsythe P. Jones Cookbook.” In another story, Betty asked Jughead to give the owner of the ice cream shop where she worked at some pointers on how to improve the shop’s products.
Jughead’s ability to eat so much without gaining weight is attributed to a very rare and realistically implausible metabolism. One reference to this was in one issue, in which a gym hired him to show people how to stay as fit as he was. Unfortunately, his metabolism proved to be unique, so everyone else at the gym simply gained weight. Jughead once claimed that he weighed 300 pounds after a meal.
Lately, I’ve been trying to be good and bring lunch from home to work. Some days are more successful than others. This is because I am not very good at going to the store and planning meals. Add to this the fact that I don’t cook very well and you’ve got a recipe for no lunch the next day. This past week, I made (okay, jammed some food items in a canvas bag) lunch and managed to bring it to work three out of the five days. Yippee.
On Thursday, my friend Ari somehow talked our team into going with him to Mimi’s Cafe. Normally, I’d pass. I love the name, just not fond of the place. Perhaps life moves at a different pace at this restaurant, but every time I have gone to Mimi’s Cafe, the service and movement of food was quite slow and the food was marginal. But this time, Ari sold us on some killer grilled cheese sandwiches.
So here it is. Four out of five of us ended up getting the Five-Way Grilled Cheese sandwich. It is made with cheddar, jack, Swiss and mozzarella on grilled garlic parmesan sourdough bread. It was too much for me to consume by myself, but half a sandwich would pair well with a cup of soup. I really enjoyed the grated parmesan on the sourdough bread and will likely adopt it in my at-home grilled cheese adventures. Thanks Ari for the fun lunch - you helped liven my home meals.
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