I will be a proud father in a couple months…. all thanks to Mr. Beer!

Hello again reader(s). I wanted to let everyone know that I decided to get a child; to nature and nourish into a fully mature…. Beer…. Yes, sir. I am now a (future) master brewer. What did this miracle, the miraculous piece of monumental scientific achievement set me back? $15.99USD. Yup, for the price of a 12 pack of imports I got 20 home brewed pieces of paradise (or at least that is the plan).

Of all places, I found this proof of god’s existence at TJ-MAXX….for $15.99…. I am ecstatic about this opportunity to wet my feet in the waters of microbrewery.

I fought hard with the desire to crack into the process immediately but I finally decided the best for all involved (Mr.Beer and Me) to wait and become fully comfortable with not only the instructions but the process (scientifically) thoroughly. I also think that I am going to order an ounce or two of hops to toss off in there for flava!

As luck had it, Kristy and I were in the Gump to pick up some miscellaneous items and eat at the new Japanese café (in the TJ MAXX/Fresh Market center) and I stumbled across this beauty. Kristy thinks I am nuts but I have no remorse for my purchase and am giddy as a fat kid in a candy store. Never has a greater tool to exploration been laid at my feet since I received my first science kit as a young child. I look forward to many homebrew experienced ahead….

As far as the new Japanese café goes; eat there…. If you are within in the Montgomery vicinity it is definitely worth a try. This place is the bomb. The location is small and inconspicuous; hardly represents the food and environment inside. If there is one thing it does reflect; it is the prices. The food was not only good but great. We started out with the sushi sampler which was awesome and consisted of large, fresh cuts of fish which were excellent (<$5!). This place has the bomb wasabi as well; none of that weak shit… Kristy got the teriyaki salmon which was excellent; served with fried rice, grilled veggies as well as soup and salad, and all for $9.99! I went with the teriyaki steak which was equally, if not more so, great. I had the same fixings and all for $9.99. I savored a few nice Saparro beers (Japanese) and Kristy had tea. The meal was excellent, the environment was very relaxed and comfortable and the food and food value was superior. Like I said, check it out… Grade A meal for two less than $40…worth it, I promise.

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