Costa Coffee’s Bang Bang Chicken Sausge Roll & Mocha Coffee from the highly priced Costa Coffee. Not worth the prices to be honest. Coffee is good, roll was not bad but bland.
I haven’t been watching WWE or any wrestling since 2007. I used to be such a big fan of the sports entertainment shows like WWE and WCW (which for a while I even preferred to WWE) but events from 2007 soured my taste for the wrestling showbiz. Still I kept in touch for a while until completely ignoring it and almost forgetting to keep tabs on stuff. I just found out a few minutes ago that a wrestler of Indian origin is the current WWE Champion. So after a stint as a promoter for the Great Khali and being released from his contract, Jinder came back in 2016, improving his body condition and received a push after WrestleMania 33, culminating with a win over Randy Orton at Backlash in May 2017 for the WWE Championship, making him the 50th WWE Champion and the first wrestler of Indian descent to win the title.
Jinder Mahal is the stage name for Yuvraj Singh Dhesi a Canadian of Punjabi origins from Calgary, Alberta, Canada who began his professional wrestling career at the Martial Arts Fitness Center in Calgary, Alberta, training with Rick Bognar. At Money In the Bank in May, with WWE Hall of Famers Ric Flair and ‘Cowboy’ Bob Orton Jr. at ringside, Mahal defeated Orton, successfully retaining his WWE Championship in the process. When an irate Orton demanded another match, Shane McMahon granted it, but Mahal was allowed to choose the stipulation, and made it a Punjabi Prison match. During this promo, Mahal referred to The Great Khali as his “personal hero” and ignored their past animosity. At Battleground, Mahal defeated Orton to retain the WWE Championship after interference from Khali, who made a surprise return to WWE.
The Funky Burger at Mash 24 Restocafe – a single beef patty, cheese, gherkins, mushrooms, tomatoes, lettuce, grilled bell peppers, batter fried onion rings and some kind of sauce with a bit of French Fries.
McDonald’s Blackberry McFlurry
McDonald’s Chicken Maharaja Mac (with the changed flamed grilled patties) – I’ve done the Maharaja Mac before but this one is with flamed grileld chicken patties. I must say that I like these ones better.
Cream Stone’s Ferrero Rocher ice cream – magnifico!
Ian Thornley performs ‘Blown Wide Open’ at the 2014 Suhr Factory Party for NAMM in Los Angeles, CA. Featuring Peter Thorn playing additional guitar, Jon Button on bass and Blair Sinta on Drums.
Taipei Chicken from Golden Dragon. Taipei chicken is new to me. I believe it’s mainly soy sauce, rice wine, all spice and sesame oil with ginger. It tasted kinda weak though.
Song On Fire by Nickleback off their new album Feed The Machine.
Club Sandwich From Kahawa Cafe – egg and chicken salad, tomatoes and lettuce – with a side of French Fries. For a drink it was a banana and chocolate shake.
The Dark Knight burger from The Burger Junction – black brioche bun, one thick beef patty, jalapenos, lettuce, bacon and some special sauce. It is amazing! To drink I had their Peanut Butter and Muffin smoothie. Delicious!!
The Wise Guys Pizza at 360 Degree Pizzeria – MOZZARELLA, CARAMELIZED ONIONS, CRUMBLED ITALIAN SAUSAGE AND BACON.
Parmesan Chicken Wings at 360 Degree Pizzeria – oh so good. That melted cheese dip for those hot and crispy wings! Delicious.
Chicken Americano Pizza from Pizza Hut – chicken pepperoni, mushrooms, black olives, onions and cheese.
Classy Beef lasgna from French Toast Cafe & Bakery with a Hazelnut Latte. The latte was weak and not good at all and the lasagna could have used some more seasoning but it was still good.
The Cowboy Burger is a single beef patty with onion rings, lettuce, bacon, jalapenos. Washing it down with a cookie & nutella shake.
Chocolate ice cream mixed with chocolate fudge, chocolate chips, chocolate pasty and fudge with nuts from Cream Stone Ice Cream Concepts.