D-Dog and the Chicken

All the restaurants in K'Stan have fantastic names, like Love Time pictured above. Soon I hope to visit Sea Town and we eat at Batam all the time, which means Yummy.

There's also a place called the Eiffel Tower restaurant which actually reads as "The Evil Restaurant" in Kurdish script. I was going to attach a picture of that, but ya'll can't read Kurdish, so what was a hearty guffaw for us would have been a shoulder shrug for you and, let's face it, it's a lot of work to post a picture for just a shoulder shrug.

In related news, we've hired a cook. I may have already posted this info (?), but I can't remember so, if you're reading this for a second time, afu...but it's very exciting. Kurdish food can be very good when it is ....

I have to stop and note here that I just convinced Joan to eat a cookie out of the trash!!!

... done well, and D-dog is fantastic!! I had perhaps the best chicken ever for lunch. Don't ask me how she cooked it because I don't know. And I don't care. It was awesome.

Enough food talk for today.


OTRgirl said...

I can't believe that laughing in public is rude and you and my friend are walking past all these signs! She must look like a red-faced balloon half the time holding in the hysterical guffaws.

Or maybe a white-faced balloon judging by the photo?

Tammy said...

What in the world is d-dog?

rdmeeker said...

OTRGirl, you have no idea the types of things your friend is doing in public. It's all very disgraceful.

And, Mom, D-Dog is our new cook!

Jason Coker said...

dude, where's the cowboy hat?