T: Let me start off by saying, dems was some good biscuits.
A: Thank you mr. Tyler. I do believe I enjoyed them biscuits myself.
T: Some of the best biscuits I’ve had in my 24 years.
T: They were soft, moist, cheesy, and delightfully herby.
A: I definately enjoyed the herbyness of them and the cheesiness. Everybody knows I’m a fool for cheese.
T: anybody who isn’t a fool for cheese is just a fool.
A: amen my brotha.
T: so, moving on to the chicken. You always hook up the roasted chicken. It was moist, tender, and just plain delicious.
A: thank you again. I have to say that I’m not white meat’s biggest fan, but DAMN this was some moist tender breast action I ate today.
T: As usual Dad’s greens were superb.
A: not to mention his homemade, fresh pepper vinegar.
T: awe I forgot to use some.
A: silly boy.
T: now let’s talk about the fruit that we have pictured here.
A: I have to say that the picture is a lot better than the fruit actually was. I got all this fruit obviously out of season at Walmart. The blueberries were so tart I couldn’t eat them.
T: I believe Ghee said they were so tart they turned your mouth inside out.
A: and Ghee was very much right. They certainly did.
T: as for ratings… This was a great country meal. I would imagine it was better than our country ancestors had.
A: not necessarily the case… our ancestors could hook it up, too, man. All their ingredients were fresh… of course, it could have been really bad.
T: yeah, I guess there’s no way of knowing. I rate this meal a 9.1/10.
A: and I give this meal an 8.7/10.
T: I feel like we eat like royalty.
A: We at least eat like royalty of old.
T: Folks have done worse.
A: that’s the truth. Folks have done a lot worse than this.
Unakunywa vinyo na kufurahi.
Hay que beber y ser feliz.