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Five things to eat before you die

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I know this sounds depressing, but it is the topic of one of my favorite food blogs. They are calling out for all food bloggers to enter the ring and put their favorites to the test. What caught my eye about this is the girls and I were on our back patio a few weeks back doing just that. So I am going to take a stab at it, and put my favs in.

First favorite would be the Peppermill Seafood Buffet, not the whole thing mind you, JUST the lobster. Continuous flow of small lobster tails, butter, oooooooh so good.

Second favorite would be a Petite Filet Mignon… medium rare of course. And I love the taste of blue cheese with my steaks, so a healthy topping or side of that. Not the cheap dressing, but true blue cheese.

Grandma Benson’s Mashed potatoes. I don’t know that anyone can make them as good as hers. My brother Shawn would have to be called to do that job. MMMmmmm Good!

Fish Taco’s from the El Pariso’s in Canyonville. Served with a yummy Cadallac Margarita.

Lastly a plate of cheeses and meats, crackers, and fruit and a bottle of Champagne Creek, Pinot Noir Reserve.

Ok all… food blogger or not. Let us hear your food favs. 🙂


About heylaydee

An average cook, an enthusiasm for experimenting and trying new things, is the reason for this blog. That and I found myself in the “empty nest” syndrome and needed an outlet. So I picked up the camera that was collecting dust, got out the pile of recipes, contacted friends and family for their favorites and starting cooking again. What could be better than a glass of wine, a hot stove, and creativity? Come along for the ride. I will be blogging about food, family, and anything else that inspires me.

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  1. Mike and Lee Ann

    We ate lunch today a Lamberts in Ozark, MO. You may not remember the name, but I’ll bet you have seen this restruant on Food TV or the Travel Channal. This s the home of “the throwed roll”. Rolls hot from the oven are tossed out to the tables by glove wearing employees. .. just raise your hands and you can have as many as you want. . .at your table a waitress will come by with a pot of sorghum to put on the roll if you so desire. . .Another will be by soon with a great big pan of breaded, fried Okra or a bowl of white beans and ham. Your order will often be served in a large fry pan with two vegatables of your choice; but don’t think you are finished there. .. Here come those waitresses again with pots and sometime buckets containing still more side dishes such as black-eyed peas or fried potatoes and onions or macaroni and tomatoes. . .. The food is all simple family fare, but the place is ful of surprises. If you ever get the chance, be sure to stop fotr a meal!

    Love, Mom


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