Number twelve came close on the heels of #11 since I still had a rental car so I ended up going with Laura to the In-n-Out at Fisherman’s Wharf before the Festizio show at the Red Devil Lounge on a rainy Sunday night. I also was informed by the awesome San Francisco Public Library, that my reservation for the In-n-Out book by Stacy Perman was ready for me to pick it up! Continue reading Sun April 11, 2010: In-n-Out Burger #12 – genex style (correctly made)
Heading up to Wine Country to shoot a wedding which almost always means a trip to In-n-Out either on my way up and/or the way down, but since I was traveling with my assistant/second shooter, I figured she wouldn’t be up for a double double of In-n-Out, so I got it on the way up hitting the Mill Valley location for a nice and filling pre-shoot meal. Continue reading Sat April 10, 2010: In-n-Out Burger #11 – genex style (correctly made)
A rare cheeseburger but I had anticipated coming to this In-n-Out both on my trip down as well as on my way back. The Daly City In-n-Out was on my way down to Sand Hill Road for a shoot so I thought, a little cheeseburger will be perfect in the late afternoon and then another cheeseburger (or double double) would be perfect along with a shake after the shoot. Well it turns out we had double booked photographers for the shoot so I let Myleen take the shoot and I just turned around and instead made a pitstop at Target and didn’t make my return visit to In-n-Out but it was probably just as well.
Before shooting a cover image for Dangerous Curves I had to return a rental car and to me rental car = In-n-Out so I made a second trip to In-n-Out in the same rental this morning. Glad I did since the shoot was pretty tiring with lots of lighting changes and getting up on the roof too. I handled a ton of weapons. One of the prop stylists was CHP so there were real sniper rifles with laser scopes, shotguns, .45s, berettas and a bunch of other guns I had no idea what they were called. Pretty fun to play with as props even though there were the real deal. Stay tuned for pix from the In-n-Out fueled shoot!
It was a long break but my third In-n-Out meal was at the Millbrae outlet and I ate this one in the car on US 101 South. I also noticed that the way the cashiers ring in my “genex style” Double Doubles varies quite a bit so I’ll be including receipt shots moving forward. Luckily all of them this year have been prepared correctly. In the past I seemed to have a 40% hit ratio
During the drive, I was riding with my friend Mary and we were talking about the drama from a few years back when In-n-Out heiress Lynsi Martinez was feuding was her grandmother (and founder of In-n-Out) Esther Synder. We googled her and found some more info on her on her Wikipedia page and realized she’s now the company’s sixth president.
A shot of me during the Arby’s Olympics this week!
So I found out that the inventor of Ramen, Momofuku Ando died earlier this month so I’ll have to honor him with a nice hot bowl of Sapporo Ichiban when I am back home. Sapporo Ichiban is my all-time favorite ramen, and I refuse to eat Maruchan or most any other brand.
In the restaurants, it’s a different story, and I’ll eat their ramen, but I will always have a special spot for Original Flavor Sapporo Ichiban!
Pocky has to be one of my favorite candies (not even sure if that’s what category it goes in). I’m not sure how popular in Japan where it’s from, but based on all the permutations they keep putting out, it must be popular enough.
My sister took a quiz on what type of pocky you are and we are both chocolate. I was hoping for Men’s Pocky but alas…