. . . so this made me laugh.
By the way, I don’t blame them for wanting their kids and grandkids down – otherwise it’s boring as hell. I don’t know if you’ve ever been to Boca before but the basic idea is you wake up, eat breakfast and then spend the whole day bickering about where you’re having dinner. Then at 4:30pm you get in the car and go to Matteo’s, family-style Italian, and they bring out penne a la vodka by the trough until you pass out. Or if it’s somebody’s birthday, maybe you go to Ruth’s Chris, whatever.
The owner of a company that makes them says he's not making much profit. He suggests the reason is the massive dehydrators.
I'm skeptical. I think it's small scale and the usual high costs of creating a market from scratch.
Three of them are in my neck of the woods. But, apparently, Atlantans really love them some Waffle House.
I'd like to try Danny DeVito's Limoncello.
Nice to hear it's "healthy" because I've been quite pleased with Stevia.
Sigh. I wish I were lighter and younger so I could eat a lot of this.
Married student housing for UCLA used to be right in this area--some of it still is--but when my wife and I attended, there weren't all these restaurant choices.
(But no District of Columbia. What's up, Foursquare?)
I like fried chicken and I really like chocolate. But together? I doubt it.