In 2011 I made a month-long trip to Panama, and that trip started almost exactly seven years to the day from when I entered Canada.
This was during a non-restaurant stint in my life. At the time I was being paid to write copy for an internet company. Back then, when a Panamanian official asked my occupation, I gave a succinct, and well-practiced answer:
You are hungry, so you eat a mushroom cap to test if it’s safe.
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Here is where I would tell you a story, give details about who I am, tell you what food I’m cooking, describe what I’m eating, or maybe I’ll let you know all about someone I met. But this page is just a test.
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