Hilton Garden Inn St. Charles
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... never to the desolate West. She has camped and canoed, but she is older now and will get bored and upset. When Andrew was a baby, we traveled this same way; but slowly and with a sense of flexibility and humor. She is going to learn a lot and will come back ragged and smarter. I have seen it in my son these past 5 years. We packed the van very differently than in the past. We are doing some experiments in packing. We have bags to gather ...
Back to mobile Odyssey life in the driveway of Jess and Aaron's just-closed-on "starter' home. On the way over we were treated to lunch at the famous "Portillo's", perhaps the next best sandwich to Glacier Pork barbeque.
But this house - I think they found the short sale of the decade. I'm very happy for ...
... in my mouth with flavor. Kansas City knows how to cook meat and meat byproducts. I have memories as a kid of eating what KC people call "burnt ends," that is fatty garbage meat from the end of a brisket. The garbage meat in KC is better than prime meat anywhere else, in my opinion.
Jessica had classic KC BBQ from Oklahoma Joe's, which serves out if a Shamrock gas station and is considered among the top five BBQ places in a city known for BBQ. I knew it would be ...
... with edible ink on edible paper and is part of your first dish. Later in the meal the server blew out the candle that had been on my table and poured the liquid onto the dish. It turns out, it was a butter lamp. Another course looks like three cigar butts and is served in an ashtray. If you're looking for something traditional, this isn't the place for you but if you're looking for something new and creative, I highly recommend it.
... were finished I fried up some bacon, drained most of the grease then sautéed chopped fresh tomatoes and green beans with a bit of onion and garlic powders. Dinner turned out great.
While cooking today I made tomorrows dinner too, Stewed sauerkraut with smoked and fresh polish sausage. Now Dave and I can take off and try to get one more sightseeing excursion in before we try to get out of town. Although we still ...