In response to the comment below....Wow, coming from a Summerville Hick who has traveled quit a bit to VERY high end restaurants in MANY big cities (Le Cirque in NYC, Fleur De Lys in San Fran and Vegas just to name a few) , I will say I have had mostly good experiences at Oscar's. I think the Woodlands is COMPLETELY over-rated, the food is barely average, it's snotty, and NOT worth the money. I enjoy the quaint atmosphere in the bar at Oscars, the staff is always attentive and remembers us when we walk in. I think they have good steaks, (and they are just as comparable as what I was served at the Woodlands, in an atmosphere that I do not need to wear a tie, and I don't have to whisper my conversation due to the stuffiness). But what do I know, since I am just a hick from Summerville that has probably dined in quite a few more high end restaurants than most.
Do you really think the people give a shit about the senates "seniority system" right now? I could care less about their office assignment. They can sit in a folding chair at a card table in the parking lot for all I care. They aren't put their to worry about seniority. Commitee memberships should be based on fresh ideas and enthusiasm vs. who has been sitting in that corner office the longest. They ALL need voted out. I am not familiar with Nancy Mace, but as long as her name is not "Lindsey Graham", or "Mark Sanford" or whoever else has made a lifetime career in Washington, I am willing to listen to what she has to say. She certainly can't be any worse than what we already have. (and I am referring to everyone, I am not affiliated with ANY political party)
I am from Erie, PA and pepperoni balls are AWESOME. Every time I go home I bring dozens back. (they are in high demend from friends I have introduced them to in Charleston) I have never been able to find anything close to it anywhere else but Erie. Will be interesting to see how good and authentic they are. I am skeptical about all the options to put in them. It's just pepperoni, or pepperoni and a tiny bit of cheese wrapped in pizza dough. Thats it. No ground beef, no chicken. Less is more.
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