Wednesday, November 05, 2008

A Vote For Tastebuds American Bistro

Yesterday was quite a day in more ways than one. Some of my descriptors include:

Exhausted – I am an election officer and spent about 19 hours manning the polls.

Excited – To see 80% of my precinct cast their votes. Hats off to the residents of Northside!

Inspired – As I welcomed and cheered many first-time voters who were enthusiastic and proud to exercise their democratic rights.

GratefulTastebuds American Bistro said yes to serving one more couple late in the evening.

Satisfied – To imbibe a delicious 2004 St. Francis Cabernet Sauvignon Sonoma County for $30.

Overwhelmed – By a $13 entrée: Cassoulet...Duck Confit & House Made Pork Sausage Baked with Bread Crumb Topping served with Warm White Bean Salad. At last duck confit! And non-crunchy beans! What a FANTASTIC dish!

Surprised – To learn that Obama carried Virginia. (and very pleased!)

Hopeful – As our nation chooses to enter a new era.

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Anonymous said...

Wow that sounds great! We may travel from Midothian to try that.

veron said...

We just broke the layer of fat on the duck confit I made 3 weeks ago and it was heaven. Looks like cassoulet is part of their regular menu...tastebuds here we come!