We’ve given up on trying to eat out here and that isn’t necessarily a bad thing. I’ve written before about how we miss different types of ethnic food, but even the restaurants we have here aren’t very good – or good for you.
I was usually caught trying to grab something not very healthy the nights I was covering meetings for the local paper here. On December 30, after I covering one such meeting, Dale and I stopped to get something just a little before 8 (most things, including restaurants, close by 8).
When we were presented with a meal that was lower quality than what we could have found in a TV dinner and could barely choke it down, and then presented with a $25 bill for it, I said, “Enough.”