There is something about the food. Or in this case all of the deserts. There is no reason to even eat the meal, just eat desert. One note for those who like ceramic tile floors may want to note the inlays. After reviewing the food with our massage therapists there was some discussion that this should be labeled something other than eating and drinking. #gluttony #dessertful then the desert options.
Something about a chef looking to pair the elements with the courses of the meal. Our first night in Quintana Roo we did dinner at Palafitos Wine Bar Restaurant at El Dorado Maroma. The five course meal was presented better than my 8th grade science project, complete with oysters in volcano mode. The service that night from David, Miguel and Amado was just as amazing as the presentation. greens lobster lasagnabeef cheek a new twist on dirt, complete with flowers […]
There is something about being in the bachelorette party capital of the south on a Saturday. Everywhere you go there are party busses, pedal carts and woo girls. You may also run into a Carl Wockner, Jade Million or a few warehouse members that stumble into Acme Feed and Seed. If you like Las Vegas on NYC, Nashville has that same vibe, just only a few blocks instead of the strip or all of Manhattan. If you stroll just right […]
Guess who was given the job to wait up for Santa and guard the cookies? For the second straight year Reba fell asleep on the job. This grateful dog is very thankful for all of her experiences in 2018. Merry Christmas! Happy Kwanza! Belated Happy Hanukkah!
It may not be Farm Aid concert season, but it is the season to enjoy the harvest, give thanks for the food we eat, and support your local family farmer. This afternoon, I received a call from the Jones Turkey Farm. They have birds that need to be served for the holiday. One of our turkey farmer’s from this Thanksgiving is running a $2/lb special. He has lot’s of turkey’s looking for tables for this Christmas. He will be selling […]
Ok, we are starting a new tradition this year in Columbus, OH. We travelled with our Thanksgiving birds. One came from Leechburg (Pound’s Turkey Farm) and the other from Cabot (David Jones Farm). To answer the Farm Aid email, we do know where our food is coming from this year and we are truly thankful for having such great farmers around us. Pounds delivered to our hometown shop and Jones was a little drive away off of the Freeport-Butler Trail. […]
Hear ye, hear ye our Christmas special menu follows: Chartucerie and Cheese Plates Heirloom tomatoes with basil and balsamic Arrigo Italian Stuffing Grass Fed Beef Wild caught prawns of the sea in a garlic butter reduction Broccoli Blended Potatoes traditional style Cookies, pies, tiramisu Coffee, Tea Vino y cerveza. Ok so how is this all going to come together? RJ returns to town Christmas Eve. Aunt fran takes the beef and prawn out to thaw by placing one filet and […]