As they did last night, my wife and daughter stayed in
touch with me during dinner via text and picture messages.
I always have said, a family that eats together, stays
together. This time, they were being served the good
stuff while I had a humbler meal. In Boston's Faneuil Hall,
there are many restaurants from which to
choose, and the girls chose Todd English's Kingfish Hall.
I told them this morning that if I found out that they had
chicken caesar for dinner tonight, I'd be pissed.
Hannah had the Lobster Salad Roll, which I had suggested
someone have when in New England. I think they could have
gone lightah on the house-fried chips, eliminated the beans,
and gone heaviah on the Lobstah meat and cole slaw.
But that's just me.
This may be the way it looked by the time my dinner
was ready, but I maintain it was the phone camera's fault.
Toasted potato roll with mayo, yes mayo. Ketchup is for
french fries. Cheeseburger, basil leaves, tomato slice,
lettuce, onion, and jalapeno slices. Mexifornia Burger.
Two of them.
In honor of their visit to Beantown, I went out
to the local "quickie-mart" for dessert. Sorry Doc,
no Haagen-Dazs offerings to be found.