Some months back a friend and I were at dinner in a restaurant that has, in several instances, designated side dishes with its entrees. My friend found the idea quite charming, saying that it was like having mom in the kitchen making dinner for you. His comment, of course, also referenced so many other restaurants that require customers to pair each part of their meal as they see fit, while also paying for each component. In my friend's case, his mom-like chicken entrée came ...
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