New Respect, here, folks.
Here's some stuff I didn't know:
and I was looking for a favorites list, so I could compare, but I haven't found that yet.
I haven't tried that many, but I think it depends on what yer accustomed to anyhow.
The jambalaya? Although I was impressed that it was even there--big thumbs down, even with the teeny tabasco offering.
The meatloaf and gravy was cafeteria edible, but the potatoes on the side were best served merely as fork sculpture material.
Forget anything with dairy--the omelets were powdered eggs of course, so they tasted like powdered eggs.
and omg...they offer a milkshake. If you haven't access to an M.R.E. milkshake, you can prolly come up with something equivilant in taste by taking some talcum powder, adding vanilla, water and chilling. (They give ya a chill packets with that, in case you're wondering. It's downright um....cool.)
And should you think this is entirely about sarcasm? It is not.
I am here to testify that I witnessed near physical confrontations for ownership of the jalapeno cheese packets, and in fact? All of the Mexican dishes were rather tasty. (Again, that tabasco helps tho.)
But what impressed me the most, out of all the offerings on the M.R.E. menu was the clam chowder.
I was kinda surprised. But then, I figgered clams are supposed to be chewy, so...
but no, really, it was quite good.
and Oh. The most popular snack items included in the M.R.E., in my experience, was a toss up between the Tootsie Roll and Beef Jerky.
Grin...it would figure.
So there you have it---I have already invited my Florida friends to come here, and I wanted to clue them in on the menu.
It ain't bad folks. And I have air mattresses.
(Beds, that can double as boats.)
Stay safe, be well?
Come see me--gawd knows my door is open.
It has been for over a month now.
Love to all.