Friday, November 29, 2013

NO Turkey Sandwiches this year....


Sweet potatoes with small marshmallows. Yummy.

Eat these only about once a year - around Thanksgiving - so I added some to my plate.

And sauteed green beans.

Along with a dozen peel-and-eat shrimp.

No, they are not local. Not even from this continent. Yikes.

A holiday meal with all the trimmings. Different trimmings.

Oh, some traditional foods - like sliced ham - of course. And rolls.

Dining out on Thanksgiving is a big deal, depending on where you go to eat.

Downtown, there was an array of upscale eateries open. Pricey and tempting BUT...

I wanted to stay close to home in North Charleston on a cold, blustery evening after scattered showers during the day.

Spending hours preparing a meal has never appealed to me.

Even watching others do that distracts me from watching football games on tv.

Around the corner , so to speak, is Teppanyaki Grill & Supreme Buffet. 

Yes, the name says it all.

Peaceful.
Tranquil.

Familiar foods.
Sushi

And, an Hibachi Grille in the back of the large main room.

The cook splashing teriyaki - or soy sauce - on your plate of food simmering on the grille.

Noodles or rice, bay shrimps, broccoli, chilies, peppers, onions, steak, pork, etc.

You load up as much as you think you'll need.















Moderation is hard in a place like this!

There are still all the buffet stations to navigate. Grab a claean plate and move around.















Did I mention you also serve yourself in the desserts area?

There is an art to tamping down ice cream.

Saves a trip back for seconds.

Or thirds.

(Click on the photos for more details.)

Serve yourself and treat yourself well.

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1 Comments:

At Fri Nov 29, 07:01:00 PM , Blogger Joan Perry; Sidewalk Curator said...

That is the only problem with eating out. No leftovers! Happy thanksgiving Chuck!

 

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