13 December 2007

Eleven

Yogurt Flavors: Chocolate Decadence, World Class Vanilla, Roasted Almond, Butter Brickle, Chocolate Banana, and Pina Colada.

Secret Word of the Day: Mistletoe. Say the secrete word and get a free small yogurt today (limit one per person).

The bagels, pita (wheat and white), and English Muffins have arrived. We have received our shipment and have all varieties of bagels (Blueberry, Sweet Wheat, Cinnamon, Onion, White, and Perfect 10) on hand.


For the second time in a week, my wife and I ate at Kenny's Wood Fired Grill in Addison. This is not a place that we would normally stop into, but we had two 50 dollar gift certificates. Even though it would not have made it on to our to try list based on curiosity, it is a fantastic restaurant. If your looking for a great place to go for a date or a relaxing evening out, this dimly lit chophouse is an excellent choice.

The average plate will run 20 to 25 dollars, and the food is not going to be massed on your plate. Rather, the gourmet style presentation might look small when first delivered to your table. Nevertheless, the food is so rich and delicious that you'll be full before your last bite. Each of the two trips saw us ordering seafood much to our stomachs delight. I would defiantly recommend trying Kenny's if you are looking for somewhere to spend a special evening.

Thursday Comic: (click to enlarge)

Barry "Rudolph" Bonds tries out for a new team.


The Mitchell Report is coming out today at 1 PM. For those who do not follow baseball, this report is the tell all about the steroids scandal. However, it is bound to be anticlimactic because most people are just ready to move beyond the scandal and enjoy the game again. Unfortunately, the level of use seemed to be so high that any big names won't be surprising. It will be sad to see some of the names on the list, but I don't think that we are going to have anyone calling out, "Say it ain't so."

2 comments:

UnrulyDuckling said...

secrete

verb
1. generate and separate from cells or bodily fluids; "secrete digestive juices"; "release a hormone into the blood stream"
2. place out of sight; keep secret; "The money was secreted from his children"

1 kitty, minimum

Sugarless deLite said...

On the upside, the secrete word thing fits in with the steroids portion of the blog.