I gather we are all learning what works best and what doesn't, with
delivered foods. Here, we have DoorDash, which recruits drivers called
Dashers who, for a fee, pick up food orders from a contracted number of
restaurants and deliver it to my front door. Orders are placed online,
and, in most cases, the delivery can be tracked online. I've gotten
rather good at combining meals for two days into a single order to save
on delivery charges.
On 1/12/21 1:59 PM, Moose wrote:
On 1/12/2021 11:40 AM, Ken Norton wrote:
Last night I <. . .>
Shall we talk about Pho
Back in the depths of last century, my girlfriend and I would walk
from work to the edge of Chinatown to eat Pho at a little Vietnamese
restaurant once a week.
Other things happened, and we hadn't been there for quite some time.
When we returned, there was a newspaper review pasted in the window
and th place was almost full.
When the little guy who ran it saw us, he ran over and hugged us. He
was effusive in his thanks for folks like us who kept him afloat until
the place could finally get "known".
I've not found Pho that good since.
Thanks goodness! We just found a restaurant that makes sushi we like
and can have delivered. Weird looking, with purple rice, but very
tasty. The price is ridiculous. Pick-up is $15, delivered is $19 from
the restaurant, and another almost $10 of fees and tax.
Still, Tasty! (And! My home made sunomono!)
With our favorite Thai place, we can order enough for two dinners and
a couple of Carol lunches, which spreads the fixed fees over more
stuff. Raw fish and deep fried stuff don't age well in the fridge.
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