Three straight months of 50+ hour weeks is taking a toll on my ability to write. I head home and just crash, wanting rest and recuperation. The end of the project that is the cause of my longer hours is approaching, though, and life, at some point, will return to something resembling normalcy. To that end I do announce that the blog FnS is 4 years old on this day. I’m not the only blog with a birthday around now. Chloe tells me Chow Down Atlanta turned 6 years old last week.
I feel old, old enough to evoke a line from Twain’s plan for the improvement of English spelling, and say that our two blogs are merely: bai now jast a memori in the maindz ov ould doderez,
Some highlights. I do like sausages:
Especially when they come from the Balkans. Euro Gourmet Grill is a survivor, and still serves up sudzukice and cevapcici with style.
If you haven’t tried the brunch at Graft, you’re missing out. It, along with Local Republic in Lawrenceville, are one of the three outstanding restaurants in the Lilburn-Lawrenceville-Snellville-Grayson quadrangle, and reason enough to drive to the end of Webb Ginn Road and turn right.
I’m told by those that know these things (i.e. Mike Stock) that the eggs benedict is excellent at Graft. It sure photographs well. I love the noontime light in the little converted house.
On my wife’s recent birthday we went to Haru Ichiban, a major favorite in my family. It does some fine grilled fish, a good miso cod and also grilled mackerel:
On my birthday we went to Woo Nam Jeong, Stone Bowl House, and we tried their “sampler platter appetizer”
On Valentines, we did Honey Pig, and this is what our grill looked like that day.
Not to forget Summits in Snellville, this is a photo of their Towering Inferno burger, off their (relatively) new burger menu.
So we’ve been out and about, it’s just been hard finding time to put pen to paper. For those who are still reading, we much appreciate the patronage and hope to hold out for year number 5!