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Know what I like best about Chandler and Mulliganís? They donít wimp out and give in to all these health food nuts, they go 100% flat out for taste, and their food shows it. I left feeling very satisfied, except for fact that fried Twinkie got me in mood for more sugar, so on way back I stopped off at a Dairy Queen and quaffed down a large Butterfinger Blizzard. After eating that I was totally satisfied, and when I arrived back home I felt like a king.
Let me go ahead and answer a few questions that IĎm guessing yĎall might have:
1. I didnít get sick at all, in fact, I felt mongo satisfied after eating my hamdog, fried Twinkie, and large Butterfinger Blizzard. Slept like a Foskey infant all night long.
2. A hamdog alone is worth trip up to Mulliganís. Whatís better is that youíll enjoy sandwich, Chandler, and bar. Believe me, that hamdog wouldnít have been near as good had not establishment and owner been so cool.
3. Proof that I ate hamdog will soon be up on my website (URL is at bottom of this column). Yes, thatís right, pictures were made of this momentous occasion. Thereís one of Chandler and I and hamdog, and then one of my plate after IĎd eaten it. I donít want anyone challenging validity of my accomplishment or anything.
And there you have it, complete account of my first ever hamdog. Itís one of greatest food items imaginable, and thank God Chandler has the, ummm, character to make them. Itís a wonderful sandwich served in a wonderful bar, and thatís me being really low keyed about it. Hamdogs are yet another tasty reason that Iím really, really proud to be a Georgian...
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