About 3 years ago, my cousin Peter introduced me to this amazing cajun/creole restaurant that’s hidden inside a Vegas hotel frequented by locals & seniors called the Oyster Bar in Palace Station. When I adventured back to Vegas for the 4th of July weekend, I was determined to get everyone to try it. The bar behind the restaurant serves $3 Bloody Mary’s & $0.99 margaritas as Jimmy, Josh, Kelcie, & I learned as we waited 2 hours in line for the most delicious red bowl of seafood goodness that awaited us. It was my third time at the Oyster Bar & everyone else’s first, so I was there on a mission: to figure out all the ingredients they use to make this bowl of perfection.
House Pan Roast with Okra from The Boiler
My parents weren’t kidding when they told me that my 20s would fly by before I knew it. Just a few hours ago, my mom asked me when I was going to get married since I’m almost older than she was when she married my dad. Wonderful. Anyway, I can’t believe it’s already 2012! Time flies; better make the most of it.
Celebrating the New Year!
I celebrated New Year’s Eve in Vegas (making it the fifth time this year…) & went on a food adventure all the way to Chino Hills to experience the deliciousness that is The Boiler. I now only have 5 days left to finish my last book, Choke by Chuck Palahniuk if I want to finish my goal of reading 5 books this break! Hopefully everyone had a great time on New Year’s Eve!