Have you tried Bard's Tale? The brewery was started a few years ago by two brothers; one of whom has Celiac Disease.
Food and drink, eh? My tastes are pretty eclectic, from a good steak to felafel. Love good Mexican, Italian, Indian (which I've had at the source!), Greek, Thai, and Szechuan Chinese. Oooo, and I shouldn't forget Japanese Hibachi!
As for potables, I am a HUGE single-malt scotch nut. I've probably tried around 50 different marques over the past 20 or so years, and I was recently at a tasting sponsored by The MacAllan which was EXCELLENT! Oddly enough, my primary alternative to Scotch is a Black Russian! Go figure!
Greetings, fellow atheists. I live in Florida and am vacationing in the Keys with my DH to celebrate 30 years of marriage. We raised two free-thinking sons, one of whom has joined us here in the Keys for some kayaking with his dad. We are pescatarians, though we don't have fish at every meal, being mostly vegetarians. At dinner last night we had a special treat, key lime/mango pie, a favorite that I don't indulge in very often. We also had a lovely bottle of wine and I offer a toast to you all.
I'm happy to have had an invitation to this group and am looking forward to getting to know many of you better.
I'm Brent, and I'd have an order of toasted raviolis or a barbecued pork steak (both St. Louis delicacies) with some diet Coke or Coke Zero, perhaps followed by gooey butter cake for dessert.
*LOL* I know, not the healthiest stuff... ;)
I'm Paula, living in Detroit, Michigan. Definitely not a coffee person - I don't care of anything with a hint of coffee, mocha, cappuccino, frappuccino, etc. lol
My favorite drink is Coke Zero...and on occasion, I add a bit of Captain Morgan Spiced Rum ;) Tough to pick a favorite food.....fresh, crusty bread with real butter or fruit salad is always a winning choice!
Thanks for the invite, Ruth. While you're all sitting there having grown-up stuff like tea and muffins, I'm going with plain, perfect, New York Pizza and some soda. I like to write - short stories and one pain-in-the-butt novel that I've been trying to get published for over a year.
And hey, this is as good a place and time to share a win for the non-believers: I was fired from a job for a being an atheist and I fought back. I filed a charge with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission - AND I WON!!!!