How's this for a confounded concept for destination dining? Location? The boonies. Exterior? Looks like a barn. Interior? Looks like a high school cafeteria with a few stuffed animals on the wall, seating 560. China pattern? Brown butcher paper will do fine, thank you. Utensils? You were born with hands, weren't you? Kitchen equipment? Handmade brick “pits” caked with carbon. Fuel? Some cowboy with a pickup and a chainsaw brings it. Menu? The ultimate in slow food. It takes 5-6 hours to ...
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