Good Eats and Making Progress

Some advances have been made with the “to do” list such as the outside decorations are all packed away now and the tree has only 1/3 of the ornaments left on it.  I finally uploaded some photos I took last week but before I could really do any editing a storm came through and we were without power for a few hours.  Fortunately I had just started the browning of some beef for chili when this happened so at least I had a tiny bit of heat and was able to make dinner in the dark (well, I did have a flashlight) as well as boil water for some hot tea to drink.  I learned how spoiled I had become from having hot water fast with the electric kettle after having to wait for water to boil in a pot on the stove top.  Slow….

So mentioning eating, last week we went to eat here and I was one happy Memphis style rib eating customer as was DH.  In spite of the name of the one sauce, it really wasn’t that hot.  A bit of a tingle but not very devilish.  But they had me at the big mason jar of freshly squeezed lemonade and the homemade BBQ potato chips.

 

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17 Responses to Good Eats and Making Progress

  1. Mark Myers says:

    That is a fantastic name though, Devil’s Spit. I’d buy it just for the name. I once had “Scorned Woman”. It was really hot.

  2. Looks like a fun place. Nice image. I’ll have to go and check your blog; it sounds like the power is out.

  3. Piglove says:

    Oh my – gulps – a barbeque joint with devil’s spit. You won’t be mad if I don’t visit there right… you know for obvious reasons – XOXO – Bacon

  4. ChgoJohn says:

    I tent to avoid ordering ribs when dining out — unless at a rib joint. Well-slathered ribs can prove to be a hard to deal with but, like slurping at a pho restaurant, making a mess of oneself is to be expected at a rib joint . And I do my best to fit in at both places. 🙂

  5. Take you time, the tree isn’t going anywhere – lol!

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