Tyson, I'm so glad that things seem to be going well. Continued thanks for keeping us updated on progress.
Maybe you would consider doing a monthly LTO menu item? It's kinda gimmicky, but it might give you a good sense of what people are interested in. Put that pudding on the menu for a month and then see what kind of response you get when you pull it. Our maybe some chocolate pecan pie.....
Tyson, you're doing better than you think you are. Keep at it!
Love that you're dropping some Old Testament.
I'm With Selyar, can we feed you somehow? Order you a pie or something?
Frosted Cherry, Toasted, Cut in half
I'd give the Luxury Diner a try. It's a dive, but I had a great breakfast there when I was in town. Their green chile was fantastic!
Where are you staying and will you have a car? Not sure of your foodie preferences, but in the uptown area, I would suggest Kings Kitchen (great mission), Pure Pizza, and Cowbell. If you have wheels, you could connect to some local faves like Heist Brewery, The Diamond, The Liberty, Cowfish, and Midwood Smokehouse.
Has the SE Team ever considered a Serious Eatz Tour? Some sort of touring program that might have Ed speaking, Kenji doing demos, and various foodie workshops. You could invite local farmers to come out and you could invite local food trucks as well!
Haven't been to a lot of these places, but I can vouch for Pizzeria 712 and the Provo Bakery. Their little honey bran muffins are aces!
Was disappointed that they BYU Creamery uses HCFS in their ice cream. But they do carry Apple Beer in the Creamery!
The Cowfish is definitely good eats. I've had the Taste Explosion a couple of times and it's always killer. They've got a Ric-Roll on the menu named after Charlotte's resident wrestling great Rick Flair. Good eats. I'd also suggest trying the coconut battered onion rings.
Are they really that expensive? I seem to remember being no more than a couple of dollars when I visited their store on W 78th.
When y'all find yourself in Southern Virginia or the Carolinas, you've got to check out Biscuitville. They have a glassed-in biscuit-making station where you can observe cooks makin' the biscuits.
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