So was it good? I wonder if the Buffet fam has foodie genes. I drug d/h over to Cheeseburger in Paradise Thursday to get him in the mood for our cruise in a mere 55 day (YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS)!I could just die for the St. Barts yardbird and they have brocolli that is soooo good you forget it's actually good for you
It's a romantic getaway with the kids as usual lol! Going on the Triumph to Half Moon Cay, San Juan, St. Thomas and Grand Turk. Can't leave the lil ones behind. They enjoy it as much as we do.
Next time I am down that way, we'll have to check out LuLu's sound yummy
I can remember living in India at the tender age of 9. We quickly learned that afternoon tea WAS NOT a prissy, snobby thing. It was a necessity! You should never skip afternoon tea when dinner service does not BEGIN until after 9:00 PM.....even on school nights! We lived there for 2 years. We came back to the South with British accents and a great tan! It took us months to realize that we were never going to have afternoon tea on a regular basis! We quickly lost the tan and the British accents, but I still remember afternoon tea....cucumber sandwiches, scones and the most GOD-AWFUL Water Buffalo milk you ever tasted! The milk kinda grew on you after a few months.....a musky sweet taste. I don't really want anymore of that milk or MANGO. I had my lifetime share of mango during my stay there.
If you are going to walk on thin ice, you may as well dance!