Member since Mar 19, 2011

Recent Comments

  • Posted by:
    grasor on 09/28/2011 at 1:33 PM
    So how did they figure that one, out of thousands of vehicles in that area, is "suspicious"?
  • Posted by:
    grasor on 08/15/2011 at 12:43 PM
    Yellow pages opt out does not work if you are in a complex only individual addreses. We ahve oped out for years and still get the litter. What a waste in the digital age.
  • Posted by:
    grasor on 07/12/2011 at 8:06 PM
    Re: “Celiacs, Rejoice!
    Expensive and not too exciting..
  • Posted by:
    grasor on 07/12/2011 at 7:54 PM
    OK. food was reasonably tasty. I had Homemade Adzuki Burger Savory grilled patty of adzuki beans, zucchini, mushrooms, carrots, corn, organic oats and walnuts with lettuce, tomato and vegan mayo on an organic whole wheat bun. Tasted OK but was somewhat oily and I thought expensive at $7.50 for what I had. The wife had Rice and Bean Burrito, with the gluten free toast instead of the whole-wheat flour tortilla. stuffed with organic brown rice & black beans, vegan sour cream, and an organic tossed salad with your choice of one of our five house dressings. for $7.95 The substituted GF toast was 2 quite small triangles which certainly did not compensate in size for a tortilla. When we asked for more toast we were informed that it would be 0.90 more.. We asked to speak to the manager who informed us that they made it them self and was very expensive! We were not impressed with his attitude or the price for a small slice of toast. All in all was tasty enough but expensive for vegetarian food.
  • Posted by:
    grasor on 07/07/2011 at 4:12 PM
    Bad video. Didn't show a single object being created by the machine. Could be totally bogus...
  • Posted by:
    grasor on 04/07/2011 at 9:06 PM
    Re: “Weekly Wide Web
    And for good measure


    Graham Sorenson.
  • Posted by:
    grasor on 03/19/2011 at 1:36 PM
    Re: “Hidden Gem
    I don't want you all to know how good this place is. I want to keep it for myself, purely selfish I know but everything I have tried here has been good. The chicken curry is definitely an oriental curry and not like Indian sub continent curries but it is good in its genre. The Yakisoba dry style noodles are consistently tasty and the various Ramen noodle soups likewise. Very reasonably priced and no frills, paper plates/bowls, disposable forks and chopsticks. The owner and staff are efficient and nice people. Open Monday through Saturday 11am to 8pm. ****