Posh Nosh, Oxford (kpw* for week 53)   2 comments

[*kpw = kebab per week for 2013, as noted in an earlier post and the 57th entry for the 2013 Challenge and, note…I shall explain the 53 week year below.]

posh nosh oxford kebab

This is how the 2013 Challenge Ends, not with a whimper but with a crappy döner and chips.  It’s not as greasy as the photo looks but the chilli sauce is bland (good structure but no flavour) and the meat was incredibly salty.  For £4.50 I would have liked some of the veg, too, but that’s probably why the other stands were crowded and this one wasn’t.  Happy New Year, though.  Taking a break from the kebab for a while….

posh nosh oxford

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†Brief Explanation of the 53 Week Year just completed

      “Kebab Per Week” was a bit of a misnomer from the start as I counted the week from Saturday-to-Saturday inclusive, an eight day week that overlaps with the ones before and after so that, technically, I could have two kebabs as many as 15 days apart and still have one per week.  The longest spacing was 10 days, though, and I went over ‘bab quota a few times.
 
     The other issue is that the first and last weeks of 2013 had five and four days, respectively, by that definition, so the year had 51 ‘full’ weeks sandwiched by two short ones.  This way my liberal definition of a week was tempered by a Sharia count of the number of weeks.

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  1. Pingback: The Year in Kebabs: Reflections on the 2013 Challenge, 2014 Prep | The endless British pub crawl

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