Thursday, November 22, 2012

Dining at the Longhorn


If you don't feel like cooking a turkey with all the trimming this Thanksgiving, you might want to stop in for a delicious meal at The Longhorn restaurant on 17th Street in Ocala.

26 comments:

llandudnopictures said...

Very sound advice, bon appetit!

Danielle said...

I tried to talk all the family into going out this year (I try this every year)... and they keep saying no ... so this year I am bringing the easiest thing I know to make....the ever 'popular' green bean casserole...maybe they will get the hint and we can all out next year. Many Thanksgiving hugs to you and Lois!!!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

I think I will stick with a traditional Thanksgiving rather than a meal at a place like the Longhorn, which sounds like it belongs in Texas.

Linda said...

This does look good, Lowell. Great photo!

Kate said...

Delicious as it may be, I think I'd rather spend time cooking in my kitchen. Ah, the wonderful smells wafting through the house! May you have a blessed and happy Thanksgiving Day!

Lea said...

Yummy! One thing I am thankful for is seeing wonderful photos in your blog. Happy Thanksgiving!

magiceye said...

Bon apetit. Iced tea?

Re your query on my post
Royal Enfield was a British company now bought over by Eicher India.
Not heard of her nor her book though there is a similar story authored by Gregory David Roberts,titled Shantaram. More of it at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shantaram_(novel)

Judy said...

Looks good but we have a son who will cook our dinner so off we go.

Happy Thanksgiving to you both!

Birdman said...

Taking the Mrs. out for the holiday meal? You turkey! Get cooking! You can do IT!

Linda said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Lowell. Thanks so much for your comments on my blog. As far as resizing images go, I think I will stick with Photobucket and just show the link to my photos there. I do appreciate your help and kind comments. :) Hope your Thanksgiving will be a joyful one.

hamilton said...

that meal looks a bit sparse....

Sharon said...

You are tempting me with the bread and butter. Have a fun Thanksgiving!

Karl Demetz said...

Happy Thanksgiving, Lowell!

longbeachpeninsuladailyphoto said...

One of my most memorable Thanksgiving meals was eaten at a Sonic Drive-In. Sometimes it's fun to break with tradition. Happy Thanksgiving, Lowell!

Bergson said...

bon appetit

my photo it's the castel

Bibi said...

Looks like a good, simple meal to me!

RedPat said...

We had Chinese food one year for Thanksgiving!

Taken For Granted said...

The way to avoid cooking a turkey is to get invited to friend's houses for dinner. We're bringing side dishes and dessert. All our restaurants are closed today. NIce photo however.

cieldequimper said...

Bread and butter? Is that it? :-)

Randy said...

The bread looks tasty! I hope you had a wonderful day.

Jack said...

No no no. Not on Thanksgiving.

I hope you had a great Thanksgiving, however you spent it.

Kay said...

Happy Thanksgiving! After our modest but full-of-plenty meal today even this bread and butter looks like too much food.

Pierre BOYER said...

Happy thanksgiving....
I hope your wife and you enjoyed your meal !
Best regards from Paris,

Pierre

Halcyon said...

We didn't have any turkey dinner this year. :( I am a little sad about that, but it's a lot of work for only two people. Hopefully next Thanksgiving will work out better for us.

teca said...

Delicious!!!!

Hugs.

EG CameraGirl said...

I hope you had a pleasant day, Lowell!

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