With all 4 kids at home and a quiet evening on tap, there was no need to make a quick dinner. However, as the roads weren't great for driving until mid-afternoon, a slow-cooking meal also wasn't an option. A request for chili was made, and it seemed like an excellent plan. If we served chili with honey cornbread as a side dish, all
In Nashua, NH, Michael Timothy's Urban Bistro can quickly reduce the weight of your wallet at $21.00 for adults. (Luckily, if you plan to attend with a young family, kids under 12 get in for $9.00.) Also, you won't be able to find every breakfast dish you can imagine. Nevertheless, the two others factors pull their weight. Of all of the brunches I have attended, I feel
On a Friday night, we (my beautiful fiancee and I) visited The Way We Cook for what was to be a special evening out. The restaurant was recommended, so we had to give it a try. Unfortunately, we were left greatly disappointed.
The establishment is on the north end of Manchester in a part of town that progress has mostly forgotten. They had ample parking in the back of their restaurant so we parked the Mini there
Last night, my darling bride-to-be and I were
After a day of skiing on the slopes of Sunday River, my stomach was rumbling for some substance. I had heard about a special offer available at The Well: all-you-can-eat pasta for just $5. Having never been there before, I was expecting some mediocre pasta. After all, the cost was only
Earlier in the day, I went to the store and picked up the ingredients for the salad and also made the mustard vinaigrette. Doing these steps before the mad rush of afternoon and early evening made the meal do-able.
|Grilled Lamb Cobb Salad with Mustard Vinaigrette|
|1 lb. of lamb chops1 sweet onion sliced in
TT March 6th, 2008 | Restaurant Reviews
On our path of merging families, there are many introductions to be made. Unfortunately, scheduling can be difficult when all of the adults have children. This past Friday night both location and time allowed everyone to meet for dinner. Seeing that there would be 7 adults and 7 children, a family-style restaurant was the perfect fit. Friendly Farm Restaurant met that need.
TT March 2nd, 2008 | Restaurant Reviews
We arrived at 6:30 on a Sunday night and were seated immediately. We were greeted by our waiter and provided with dinner and drink menus. After perusing the fairly diversified martini list we made our choices. My boyfriend, having chosen his drink more quickly than I, found an appetizer that would please both of us.
Within minutes of placing our drink and appetizer orders, our
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