: Hang around awhile and you'll get a feel for the way things work. Just trying to help.
My threads were written in July and it's hardly September now. I'm hoping that most reading this thread also read mine... why repeat it?
I'm not trying to give you a difficult time, but you come off to me as a bit insulting in some of your threads:
That's not entirely helpful...
The NAME of this thread is "Where Should I Eat?", right...???
How are we to KNOW unless you spill the (baked) beans...???
Are we to engage the services of a "food psychic" to ferret out WHICH names in an as yet un-named thread...???
Why not just go ahead and name the names, without fear that the establishment might change names (we'll take our chances)...
Who is appointed to administer this burdonsome responsibility to determine the CORRECT FOOD EXPERIENCE...??? I can't believe you actually said that...Thank GOD we're not constrained by such notions in my neck of the woods...
There sure isn't anything wrong with "some taco hut in the middle of nowhere that just happens to serve good food for that area" ... In fact, in THIS part of the country they ARE "regionally specific"...
I find it amazing that some folks here come off as food snobs... (wow)
Perhaps it's because there aren't that many good taqueria's "back east" in MA...???
You were referring to Ayersian on the latter quote.
Go to the home page, right side column where it says STARTING POINTS. Under that heading it says Meet the Roadfood Team.
That's where you'll see that Ayersian does indeed leave Massachusetts.
Again, I'm trying to help.
Roadfood is a great board with great people, each with their own opinions and restaurant histories. Enjoy it for what it is, snobs and all. Usually here the snobs have eaten at more restaurants than you could ever dream of. Ignore the snobbery and listen to what they preach.
My apology to all if this doesn't sound right. I'm two weeks in to a major thyroid med change which affects my mood.