… or Sunbeam! [:D]
Along these lines, I would say that the quality of food is inversely proportional to the number of words used to describe it on the menu. I.e. "Meat 3 Veg" is usually great. On the other hand, I’d be suspicious about a steak dinner described as: Tiger River Ranch free-range longhorn/Hereford prime dry-aged strip from the heart of the loin of a rogue maverick bovine dispatched by a Winchester 94 lever-action repeating rifle with burl walnut pistol-grip stock, button magazine, and Lyman tang sight, caliber .30-30 soft-nose 170-grain projectile, and butchered at Filbert & Sons using bone-handled Damascus steel blades on old-growth cutting boards served with Owayhee Range Yukon golds boiled in Dead-Sea saltwater perfumed with juniper essence, then mashed in topcream-butter retrieved and churned by the Babcock family s twin adolescent milkmaid daughters. [:0]
sounds like you have been in one of those fancy restaurants lately!