Friday, June 3, 2011
Mary's Panhead, as you can tell from this elaborate chopper.
I'm more interested in other things though:
I admit, I have a hard time referring to this place by its name. I just think of it as "Cook's" from all the time Dad (and I, sometimes) spent working at Cook's original restaurant, the Telford Inn, in the 80's. I didn't really remember what the owner, Jim Cook, looked like, until I went in a couple days later and the guy who rang up my package goods was clearly his son.
By the way, 'package goods' is South Jersey for 'take-out alcohol', like a 6 of MGD.
Grumpy's dancing in my head, I inflicted the three-meat sampler on someone. It's decent, and I could almost leave it at that, but the sauce is too sweet and one-dimensional.
Duffield's Farm Market, where Jesus is Lord.
Hmmm, the address is Pitman. Could it be that the town is no longer dry? Secretly wet?