Yum! When Filling the bowl make sure and leave enough room for the meat at the end of the bar... or better yet start with the meat - compact it as much as you can then heap the bowl with veggies before going to the seasonings. This really cooks down so don't be shy.
What a beautiful flower filled story. You have to remember that with the innocent illegal immigrants there are dozens that are coming here with evil on their minds. They are robbing our medical system, stealing from our childrens education, and poisoning our country with the illegal drugs that they are smuggling into our country. I will pray for you that you don't run across some of the criminals that are fleeing into America.
Wow! Nice piece.
You should maybe run for Gov, and I could be your Lieutenant Gov in case someone assassinates you or you get lucky like Napolitano and scoots on before someone sees the mess she created in AZ.
You have got to admit that some of the so called works of art are produced by sub - intellectuals equivalent to the mentality of a 13 year old. Not meaning in any way to insult 13 year olds.
Culture - You mean lack of!
Have to agree with itwirl about the ratings. Haven't tried Tony's yet but will soon. I really enjoy a place called Cindy Lou's on Sat and Sun they have SOS - ask for it on Hash Browns. I really enjoy the Chicken fried Chicken Breakfast, but have not been too impressed with their omelets - The oil they use tastes funny.
Cindy Lou's is on Old Benson HWY Between Palo Verde and Country Club.
I tried it for breakfast and found it to be a bit on the Ho Hum side. I will give them another try for lunch since they are close to home.
I tried this place but still prefer Pho Thu on Stone just South of Grant on Stone. The Pork Egg rolls are to die for as well as #23 - The Pork and Shrimp with rice and egg noodles. Don't mind the surrounding businesses this place is fantastic.
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