Instead of opting for our own dishes, we decided on the family style dinner. The all you can eat family style dinner. We didn't quite know what we were in for when we picked it. We thought, looking at the menu, we could choose one or two things. Nope. Everything. Our table was covered with appetizers, which were all good. I couldn't eat the cottage cheese or the creamy cabbage salad, but I was assured they were excellent. Meanwhile, I gobbled up the cranberry relish. I don't even like cranberries! There was magic going on.
Then came the entree course. Again, plates everywhere. The chicken was excellent, as expected of chicken served in Frankenmuth. The dressing was also good, which is another surprise given that I don't care for dressing. (Fun fact: Most food served on Thanksgiving tends to fall flat for me, making the holiday one of the least appealing of the bunch.) The garden vegetable we were served was squash, seasoned to perfection.
Dessert was just soft serve ice cream. Nothing remarkable but nothing worthy of complaint either. Regardless, this was a meal we really enjoyed and was well worth the $21 per person. We're already discussing visiting again, perhaps with friends, and maybe upgrading to two meats so we can get the schnitzel.
"I already see a lot of clients who finish work at 4pm to 5pm but they end up trying to take their kids to all these activities, to exercise, to make homemade food…
"They have the summer house, they have the boat, so in theory they've got all this stuff to help them relax but it just makes more work for them. It's a very Swedish problem…"
Do you think you would have similar problems with handling an extra hour or two in your day?
Then there's the Ass-Kicking Jelly Beans (http://shop.asskickin.com/Ass-Kickin-Jelly-Beans-AK724.htm). We went to a jerky shop and picked up some jerky - because it's jerky. (Jerky not pictured.) At the checkout counter were these spicy jelly beans. I was offered one as a sample. One was all I needed in order to be convinced. I bought everything and was still dealing with the effects of the habanero a few minutes later. Again, I only had the one.
One huge demerit for this review, though, is the fact that the journalist admits to only spending a few hours with the game again. Puts it into a similar context as a first-time review. It's still not a relatable experience. Although, as a fan of the Devil May Cry series, I have no doubt that Bayonetta 2 is a fun experience. I picked up the original a couple of months ago from a sale on PSN, and I look forward to playing it in the near future. Late gaming is my life, but at least I can take the time to truly experience it.
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