Thursday, September 4, 2008


Well Sloane's parents got up here last night to visit her and help her with movin in and whatnot. Her mom was cookin eggs this morning and the stove caught on fire, which was pretty funny actually. It was a crack up to see the three of us running around the kitchen, not really knowing what to do. I covered it with a blanket (because I saw mom do it once when our blow dryer caught on fire) and it put it out for a bit, until the towel caught on fire too. Then we just had to douse it with water. The fire alarm when off and it was like 8 in the morning. Anyways, when I got home from work, her parents wanted to take us out to dinner, and I finally got to cross something of my "bucket list." EAT AT CHUCK-A-RAMA! It was bombdotcom. Everything I ever imagined it to be. Haha I just always remember wanting to get it when we were in Saint George but nooo we always had to eat at nasty Cafe Rio. Yuck. And I dont wanna hear anything about that comment either. I dont like the beans or the rice, and everyone knows that I dont eat vegetables, so a salad is of course out of the question. haha
PS- The reason we never ate there was cuz of mom. She was too high quality of a person to eat at a place like that. I, however, live for that kind of stuff. What does that mean? I have no idea.


DAD said...

Marianne wouldn't let Paul Linford eat there either.

Julia Warner said...

You are so funny. Yeah I have to say that Chuckarama is not one of my favorites, but I don't mind it. You are so funny "bucket list" All of the Warners seem to like it though. I remember going there a few times with them. I do on the other hand love their scones!!!!!

Katherine said...

If you go to Chuck-a-rama right before the dinner hour starts (I believe it starts at 5:00), then you get the dinner food for the lunch prices. That tip comes courtesy of your fellow crappy food lover brother-in-law, Bobby.

When I was a kid, I loved Sizzler, because one time our grandparents took us there and mom let me get the all-you-can-eat fried shrimp. Every time we were going to go out to eat, I would ask for Sizzler. One time she actually said to me, "Katherine, Sizzler is the K-mart of all restaurants."