It’s crazy to think that back in 2006, Alyssa and I started this blog to write about food. We started food blogging the same year Twitter began and Facebook was made available to everyone to use (not just college kids). 2006 is the year that the Wii came out so people could accidentally throw remotes at their TV’s while they virtually bowled in their living rooms. In 2006, I hadn’t met Jake yet!
I don’t blog as regularly as I used to but I still try and do a few posts a month when I can and I’m glad you’re still around to check in with me from time to time.
Greystone Steakhouse treated us to the meal so the only thing we requested was the Ribeye and some mac n cheese. We probably wouldn’t have ordered the Calamari [$17.95] on our own since Jake won’t eat it, but at least I got to indulge in it! The calamari is very lightly breaded here – you can see there are just wee little bits of panko here and there on the calamari. The tentacles were the crispiest part and I ate more of those than the rings. I would preferred if these had a tiny bit more breading to be a bit crispier. If you enjoy the flavor of calamari more than the texture you’ll enjoy this version. It also comes with two dippings sauces, one marinara based one and the other was a spicy-ish aioli. I liked the marinara one better!…
You can check out This Tasty Life article here:https://food.theplainjane.com/2019/05/29/13th-blogiversary-greystone-steakhouse/