Sheesh, you and your fanciness. Plates. Forks. Napkins. Tyranny!
Yummo! Wild Oaks is smokin' good! Thanks, Rob, for all your years of dedication to your craft.
Nice! Way to go, Rob. Wild Oaks Grill rocks!
I'm willing to go on record and say that pie is better than cake.
No sandwiches+overpriced feedlot meat= waste of $ in my book
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Suddenly everyone is a brewer. I hope that the journalist did not hype up the description because the EEL river porters will be disappointed when I have a NEW favorite.
Actually Cartledge......now that I have actually re"read the process. I am SOLD.
Grammar Nazi says, "Bon appetito." Remember, it's an Italian restaurant.
Veal, like Goose liver, will inevitably be banned for the cruelty it imposes on the animal.
If Cherry Blossom runs out (I generally like to buy local as a first choice) try the Safeway in Eureka. They now carry the plain, glazed version.
Rumor has it that these are all good tips all but can only, first person, testify as to the outrageousness of the "XXX Adults Only Grilled Cheese Sandwich," which is the best grilled cheese I've ever had. I say this being not a Vegan and consider myself very fussy about my grilled cheese's.
But is the steak grass fed meat or is it antibiotic, hormone filled meat?
Damn, now where will I go for a steak and not be pestered by the trendy types. The combo of steak, whiskey and racing... not to mention the company! I also love the AA for breakfast, best ham steak ever!
I can agree with this post. Double A doesn't disappoint. This place is a diamond in the rough when it comes to steak done right!
Adele's is the best steak for the price. Tender meat served by gorgeous women without wading through drunks or snobs.
piper +swordsman +Haggis+but in the Highlands--memorable
The article fails to tell us if the steak is grass fed beef. If it isn't I don't want to eat it even if it is made the right way.
Thank you, Linda- this was a great little read. As a Mexican American, chorizo is a comfort food. Your description of it is dead on and it gave stirred my "food memories," to the point that I smelled it! I will be heading to winco tomorrow! Thanks!
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Apr 10, 2014
vol XXV issue 15
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