Guys, I know we have a hard time deciding on things. Whether it's between sausage or canadian bacon, Ford or Chevy, holy matrimony or lifelong bachelorhood , Arsenal or Manchester United, Legos or Lincoln Logs. I admit, sometimes we get stuck, astounded by the vast array of options in front of us, afraid to commit to any one of them, for fear of offending the pepperoni. But gentlemen, it's time we committed! Or as Shakespeare said, in a completely unrelated context , "Once more unto the breach, dear friends!" So without further ado, I'd like to present you with the solutions to the quandaries introduced above: 1) Canadian bacon does have an exotic reputation going for it. After all, it's international! You can almost envision those stoic bacon miners, the wild and free men of the great white north, delving deep into the earth in pursuit of that elusive vein of canadian bacon ore! Sadly, and I don't mean to disillusion anyone, but it's reall
It is a great day for Nicholasville, KY (aka. "Our Town"). They are getting their first Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q . It's a great place to get ribs and other tasty goodness. One such item as their patented bucket of sweet tea. Now Sonny's is from Florida, and that's way farther south then Kentucky and they're a bit better at making their sweet tea then Applebee's. So you gotta be prepared for some sugary goodness. The problem comes when you haven't eaten since the night before and you're really thirsty. You have to resist the urge to drink 64 ounces on an empty stomach. If you don't heed this advice you could find yourself making a weird "Hacuspufffl" sound. Which can only be described as a hick-up/burp/sneeze/I-threw-up-a-little-bit-in-my-mouth combination. So resist the urge, just take a little sip of their delicious sweet tea and then wait for your ribs, your stomach will thank you for it.