Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Zombie Knitter, Aug 10, 2012.
Like it's in between Virgina and New Mexico.
I kid Oklahoma.
It's the best hat Texas could possible have.
This thing on? Hey-O!
oh this place has bison burgers, steaks, (you can buy some cuts to take home & grill) and even a few live ones you can check out.
Every state probably has lots to offer. Even West Virginia has some of the most awesome diners and BBQ on the planet, not to mention gorges and rivers that would blow your ever-loving mind.
Until you've had fall-off-the-bone BBQ ribs in Charleston you haven't lived.
Gotta check that out when doing the US road trip then.
Live ones? So you can point to a bit on a bison and say "I'll have that steak"?
Haven't you ever chosen a lobster from a tank? It's the same thing, except the rubberband around the bison is a lot bigger and tougher to remove.
:: flees to the veggie thread ::
^BUT WHERE WILL YOU GET YOUR PROTEIN???!?1?
I am combining beans and corn as we speak. COMBINING I SAY!!
Oh good, so it doesn't come to your table and asks what part of it you'd like to eat.
Now that would be the burger to tell your great-grandkids about.
"It actually asked me if I wanted something from its more tender regions!"
When I dragged that quote into google, the first hit was about a presidential debate
I learned to stop asking lonnnnnng ago.
Get Peter Davison on the phone...again.
It's called the Cherokee trading post and it's 35 miles west of Oklahoma City on I-40
Just read that they served bison and lobster at the inauguration. Sounds like the perfect meal to me.
Working for a solar panel firm, spent some time in the Blythe desert doing field reliability studies.
^Wow, way to make me reconsider my career choices, jerk.
Rev: Those would make AWESOME album covers.
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