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... it opened. Dimly lit and lots of dark wood and unique lamps. And the food is amazing. I had to have the french onion soup again. Very well prepared and I swear there was as much cheese nicely melted to the outside of the crock as there was in it. Then a salad. Karen had one of the specials, a strip steak covered in crispy onion strings and a demi glace sauce. I had a strip steak smothered in a crab butter the week before, tonight I went for the ...
... fashioned counter and booths and it seemed that they made most everything from scratch. Service was a bit slow, but the food was awesome. I would definitely recommend this place.
Time to hit the (wine) trail. Seneca Lake is about 30 miles long and very narrow, like a finger. Since there are other similar lakes nearby they are collectively called the Finger Lakes. Route 14 takes you down the western side to Watkins Glen. Armed with ...
... br> Before the Chili Cook-Off, we threw the concoction into the microwave, heated it up and back into the crockpot it goes. Met a few people around the office (who thought I was about 16) and ate some of the chili. The Venison Chili was my favorite. Shortly after eating, we went to Target, did some shopping then off to my Chiropractor. It was great to see Dr. Brown and he loved his kimchi cell phone charm.
... were going to help at the time when they felt was right; they would know when. They asked me to stay and I agreed, I didn't have anywhere to go anyways and it was night already. The Momber Caves were dark and damp on the inside. Chilling icicles hung from the ceiling of the caves and it was very murky. The walls and floors were black with ancient rock and stone. Boy, this cave really needed a proper maid. No, not a Momber maid; all the Momber maids did was find ...