My friend Vikki is a self-proclaimed salt freak. She loves salt so much that she carries small packets of it in her wallet and salts everything before tasting it. I'm the opposite, however; I like to taste the food before I season it with salt. How about you?
I'm always excited to try new cuisine while dining out. So, when a restaurant serves up family-style, I'm all for it. I love getting a few plates to share, since it means I get to sample more of the menu. Plus, the atmosphere seems more relaxed and intimate. Still, I have friends who totally disagree; they're a little choosier with their meal selections and don't like having to compromise their order to appeal to a bigger group. What do you think? Is family-style something you enjoy?
During the Sparks, NV, Best in the West Nugget Rib Cook-Off, I had a Flintstonian moment while eating an oversized beef rib. Although I enjoy biting into meat right off the bone (smoked turkey leg, I'm looking at you!), a co-worker told me should would have been disgusted by gnawing at any kind of bone, let alone a giant one. How about you?