“Po’ Gabi’s”

Homemade roast beef po'boy.

Well, tonight I made roast beef po’ boys.

Highlights include a no-gravy person asking for more gravy and everyone seemingly genuinely impressed – and advocating the opening of Po’ Gabi’s – open till 3am – my very own po’ boy counter along the beach, just in the right proximity to all those drunkards so they can stumble out of the bars and pay too much for a salty, saucy sandwich. Yes! But, of course, my sandwich would be totally worth it.

Also, as is the customary measurement for how good a po’ boy is, a napkin, chin, and forearm tally was taken – chins had gravy running down them, forearms and hands were washed to the elbows post-consumption, and napkins were used generously. I even went one step further and had gravy liberally applied all over my face. And there is photo evidence.

Y’all come back now, ya hear? Photos should be added soon.


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  1. #1 by Oh, I like you, Food. on June 30, 2008 - 5:08 am

    Wow… I just looked at the photo evidence. Y’know – of me. Wow. I’m actually a little disturbed. Wow.

  2. #2 by Oh, I like you, Food. on June 30, 2008 - 5:10 am

    This is what Sundays were made for… dinner, cooked all day, shared with friends and family. Sunday Night Dinner – an institution. This comment just might be added into the actual text of the post.

    Also, it’s not June 30, 2008 yet. The post and these comments were written at about 10pm June 29, 2008, Sunday. Thank you, that is all.

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