FOUND SOUL wrote:
Mind you when a Chef blows my mind and David's usually in Melbourne we want to meet him:)
Finding great chefs is uncommon.
Mediocrity is more prevalent than hedonic euphoria.
I'm reminded of Christmas Week of 2000 in Florida.
My SIG went to DisneyWorld to welcome in 2001 with FIREWORKS!
At one place on the Disney property, the pastry chef blew my mind,
"Chocolate Volcano with Extra ` Pistachio Ice Cream
" was it???
I was frustrated by the limit of my stomach to ingest more desserts.
Our waitress, Tommy, was outstanding.
I induced our group to pay her extraordinary tips
on the checks.
We ordered more n got additional checks.
(At one point, thay rose in mutiny
, in this regard; some nerve!)
In my culinary ecstacy, I began gratuitously tipping her with $1OO bills
I was unable to restrain the impetus to present her with a series of $1OO bills
(to show the sincerity of my sentiments). I ordered more dessert,
praazing the talents of the pastry chef. Tommy asked for my card
and she began kissing me on the lips. She brawt out the pastry chef
and introduced her to me. (She was another pretty, sweet, young girl.)
Thay were friends.
I remember Tommy subsequently writing to me from Florida.
Sadly, she left that restaurant.
Parafrasing Humphrey Bogart: "We'll always have Disneyworld."
Our mission on Earth is to MAKE MEMORIES