Comments: Sahara

Lest anyone get the wrong idea from Eric's convoluted prose, I'm the one who dubbed his garlic, onion, and parmesan roasted potatoes "Tennessee 'Taters." At no point, however, have I ever referred to them as "infamous"... they are actually quite tasty, and I recommend them to one and all...

...on another topic, I can say that while I have never been to North Africa, Elder Daughter has, having visited Cairo, Casablanca, and Rabat... she is rapidly catching up to me in the "well traveled" department and in fact has probably surpassed me...

Posted by Elisson on February 23, 2010 12:19 PM

If you ever make it out this direction, I'll take you to a place called the Kasra Grill that makes some outstanding lamb shanks.

Posted by El Capitan on February 23, 2010 12:20 PM

Ok, ok. TMC Sahara, dude I stand corrected. You are an "old fart!"

Posted by Little Tiff on February 23, 2010 07:34 PM

..... that may be true, Tiff.... but I still remember you when you were covered in frills & lace..... AND I have photographic evidence!.....

Posted by Eric on February 23, 2010 08:00 PM

I'm sure you've probably posted it before, but how how do you make those delish sounding potatoes? I'm starving now!

Posted by DogsDontPurr on February 23, 2010 08:12 PM

WWII....North Africa.
Reminds me of the Berbers. A nomadic/ warrior tribe of said region. They allied themselves with the American army and receive rather lavish payment for each pair of German ears they brought in as proof of a kill. Perhaps too lavish, as they were later discovered to be selling American ears to the Americans.
War is hell.....on ears.

Posted by Tbird on February 23, 2010 08:24 PM