We got to watch about 30 sailboats disappear into the distance as part of the weekly sailboat races, so Fred was in heaven too.
I laid on the blanket. Good enough for me.
An Ode to the William A Irvin
Damn Good Pie (and everything else)
I was faced with crippling and unexpected indecision. Usually a menu will offer me at least one, but no more than three possibilities for a dinner meal. The Duluth Grill had more than a full page.
They offered vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options galore, but the best part was all the locally-sourced, organic, or home made ingredients.
All their meat was grass-fed, the eggs cage-free organic, and the chocolate sauce was made right in their kitchen.
Every restaurant should be like this.
They offer health benefits to all employees working more than 16 hours per week. Hot damn!
After all this good stuff, the food was DELICIOUS! I was stuffed to the gills when we left, but I took some pie to go (for our picnic lunch the next day). The above picture is what they gave us. I know, right? Unbelievable. It tasted even better than it looks.