From Hogwash to Posh Nosh
“The North thinks it know how to make corn bread, but this is a gross superstition. Perhaps no bread in the world is quite as good as Southern corn bread, and perhaps no bread in the world is quite as bad as the Northern imitation of it.”- Mark Twain

That’s what Lee Roy Selman’s on Tyrone (http://www.leeroyselmons.com/) felt like.  Not as bad as the North’s attempts to be Southern, but still a terrible imitation.  The cornbread casserole, so lauded by our server, was dry and inedible as a result. The sweet potato fries were tasty, but someone in the kitchen got carried away with the salt.  Fried chicken? Eh.  Nothing special. Also a bit dry. Meatloaf? A bit dry. Sense a recurring theme?  Best part was ahi tuna appetizer, which makes no attempts whatsoever to attempt to be Southern.  Perhaps there’s a lesson in that.  Definitely won’t be making a return visit, unless I just want a big tv and a beer. (But there are so many non-chains where I could get a beer, a big tv, AND good food. So why bother?)

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