Last week’s poll asked about your preferred method to grill out and the hands down winner, which was no surprise, was Hank Hill’s favorite–propane. What was surprising to me were the people voting for charcoal. As many others have noted, it’s messy, it’s slow and it’s generally a pain to get going (unless you have one of those charcoal starter chimneys). I only use it when camping but I suppose it’s a popular choice when you just want to chill out and drink beer which is something I can definitely relate to!
Anyway, this week’s poll is about eating Sunday brunch. With Easter Sunday brunch coming up and Mothers’ Day soon too, I figured I’d ask how many of you brave your favorite restaurant’s conversion into a buffet style, omelette flipping, and meat carving madhouse on these two famous Sundays?
I grew up going to brunch on Sundays. Our favorites were at “The Castaways” and what we referred to as the “Train Station” (it was in the past and it was unbelievably huge but it wasn’t at the time–maybe it is now, I dunno). I remember many meals topped off with omelettes with everything (apparently odd as most of the chefs looked at me like I was nuts–I guess most 5 and 6 year old children don’t normally go for that) and cups of cappuccino. Now, once I moved here we go away from the whole Sunday buffet thing because we’re poor and my wife is cheap but being that we have our first Mothers’ Day rapidly approaching I figured I’d make a reservation to a buffet I know she Enjoys! (she went with my mother in the fall of last year while my father and I were off in WI fishing with Sank)
So how many of you eat Sunday brunch buffets on a regular basis and how many of you just do it on Easter or Mothers’ Day? Which ones do you prefer locally? What has the makings of a good brunch buffet for you? Whatever you have to say about eating Sunday brunch go ahead and comment on as I’d love to hear your thoughts!