Originally Posted by RemoGaggi
Now what if the girl at the counter was able to identify the point vs. flat, but when the OP received his food, he noticed it was not correctly sliced against the grain, would he have gotten his shorts in a wedgie and sent the food back? Is that any worse?
Nowadays, when I eat out, I rarely find that the food is anywhere near what I can do at home on my own equipment. However, it's nice to try what others have done, get ideas and try to learn something if there's something to be learned. Other times, it's nice to hear your family tell you that you can make better food at home.
I know what you mean. I asked my son where he wanted to go eat to celebrate his 18th birthday. Immediately, he said, "Here!"
...Half a yard full of crap to cook on like everybody else...
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Just a hungry hillbilly lookin for a dead critter to cook
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