Kurt Onstad (speedball) wrote,
Kurt Onstad

What's that lead weight doing there?

Well, that was an experience...My roommate, Reed, found this restaurant, Greenfield. A few of us all went there last night. Here's how the place works. You pay a flat amount to get in. Then you go, and get salad, potatoes, and whatever other side courses you want. Finally, you sit down, and wait. Different servers come around with skewers of different meats, and offer them to you. Steak, chicken, pork (of all varities), turkey wrapped in bacon, Cornish game hen, duck, rabbit. If it's meat, chances are pretty fair that they'll offer it to you...And it's all cooked to perfection, with an interesting blend of spices. Of everything I tried, there was only one item that I didn't enjoy. That was the skirtsteak, and everyone at the table agreed with me on that. Everything else was delicious. Those of you who know how I normally feel about food will understand how good this must be for me to rave about it...

Here's the problem, though. I wanted to try it all, and it was all so delicious...Oh yeah, I ate too much. I think I actually had food still in my esophagus, because I had run out of room in my stomach...I really regretted that over-indulgence later, and my digestive system is still adjusting today. I still highly recommend this restaurant to all of you carnivores out there, just be sure to take your self-control with you...


  • Lawful (Gender) Neutral

    Recently, I've been listening to the new Cracked Podcast, and a couple of the episodes have talked about how unreliable our memory is, especially…

  • Ramblings of a potential victim

    Nothing ever happened to me. That's what I remind myself every time I think about or find out more about the Franciscan priest that ran the Santa…

  • The Forgotten Ones

    What with being unemployed for nearly a year now, my life hasn't been going exactly the way I've wanted it to lately. When that happens, I tend to…

  • Post a new comment


    default userpic

    Your IP address will be recorded 

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.