Sometimes, when the child speaks, you can opt to answer the call.
Even when the child speaks the crazy and demands a Lobster Fest from you guessed it...
|By the way, I think that's my best bao-head to date!|
::While watching tv, the commercial for Lobster Fest at Red Lobster came on::
BH: I want to go to Lobster Fest, Grandma
Grandma: You like lobster? I think you mean you like crab. When did you have lobster?
BH: Mmmm, I LUZ lobster; it's so crunchy.
Grandma had no idea the lobster massacre at Hatsuhana took place a mere few days before BH saw the commercial. Still fresh in his little head was the light, crispy awesomeness of the tempura lobster we had, which he almost ate all of if given the chance.
Even though I tried to explain that tempura made the lobster good, he insisted that it he still wanted lobster, tempura style or not. And thus the trip was made.
I cannot tell you the last time I went to a Red Lobster. The HOchieS are not fans of lobster but give us a crab and we will eat like nobody's business. Ooo, a curried crab or some calaloo is sounding like awesome times, H1. Please take note for this weekend. Muwahaha.
But I digress.
H1 is always saying stuff such as, "they only make it look good on tv but you know it's all crap!" And hence the reason we do not usually find ourselves at places such as Fridays, or Red Lobster. Though I will say that I am a fiend for some Outback wings. Yum. YUM.
And I digress again.
The Red Lobster we went to two Saturdays ago was huge, mostly empty and the food was overkill on the salt. Indeed, it was everything we expected but it was a complete loss.
|Afterall, there were some cheddar biscuits to enjoy.|
|Some warm, cheddar biscuits|
|Erhm. Sorry. I know, this is Lobster Fest, not Cheddar Biscuit Fest|
|We ate some sort of a lobster dip with shrimp|
|Lobster, of course.|
|and some shrimp|
Well he did not think much on it because as it turns out, he ended up having more of a crab fest. It appears as though Grandma was right.
|Crab is where it's at. But we already knew that.|