ah family meal. one of my favorite parts of the day. not to say the cooking isnt the best, but i love eating even more than i love cooking. so when we have a lunch everyday at work, and its being cooked by one of the people i work with, or sometimes myself, its most likely going to be enjoyable, because we are all professionals and we know what we are doing. different days of the week determine what kind of family we will be having. one of the plus sides of working sundays is that we tend to do brunch type ordeals. someone usually stops on their way in and gets donuts, we make eggs and potatoes and just sorta relax for a few minutes before we get to prepping after a busy saturday. its nice. i went in this past sunday planning a making family meal, and i did. it wasnt anything special really, eggs, home fries, steak, cheese, chili aioli, the usual deal.
tell me thats not the right way to start a sunday afternoon?
anyway. last week someone donated some tips to the kitchen and john decided instead of splitting it to everyone so we could all get like 6 bucks or something insignificant, he would buy us lunch the next day from world famous Phil's BBQ. ive never had phils BBQ so i was pretty excited when i came out of the kitchen to see this