Do you ever have this problem where you can't remember the name of that good burger you had in Gemayze? Or that amazing mankoushi in Beit Chaar? You could even have a real passion for food like me, and like to jot down what you're enjoying, when where and what... Here's where Tasting Notes come in handy.
Tasting Notes, a neatly organized journal for keeping close tabs on where and what you eat, is here to solve those problems.
Each page in Tasting Notes has a callout for the spot, date, location, companions, and rating, along with a section for notes about the meal you just devoured. The notebook is perfectly sized to slip into your back pocket so you can have it at the ready when it’s time to chow down. We’re not just talking fine dining here; sure, use Tasting Notes to remember that Duck á l’Orange at the French place you had to wait months to get into, but also use it for the fries with cheese and chunks of garlic at your favorite bar.
Basically, fill it up with whatever your palate desires. Once complete, you’ll have a sauce-stained memento of some of your most memorable meals. Then archive it, start a fresh one, and get ready to feast some more.