I am, not talking about aquaponics, permaculture or community gardens; or even about urban agriculture or sustainable micro-farming lifestyles technologies. I am simply talking about the Menu of Vaso's Kitchen in Alexandria, VA, with more than 85 items for your educated, delicate, tiquis miquis (or picky if you prefer "run of the mill" English) palate to explore.
I am not a regular at Vaso's per se, and I am still a novice in the exploration of its Splendidis Acetabula (splendid dishes). Being a severe philologist, I must give my tongue sometimes a vacation from the rigid to the tasty. I mentioned "food for generations" because I went to Vaso's this past weekend with my 19 years old son and one of his untamed-yet friends to have dinner. Also at Vaso's were families with small children ranging from the unconscious to the unruly. As it is customary, the place was packed and Ioannis (the owner) was running a scrupulous Marathon from table to table to make sure everyone was taken good care of.
There was at least four generations seated in the place. As far as anyone could see, everyone was having a great time. The generational differences between the youngest and the oldest was completely expunged by the well prepared victuals, which delivered a piece of needed generational gap fulfillment and satisfaction to all of us, regardless of the unfair sharing of the age. This is one of the very few things with which far apart generations can agree upon: the place for multigenerational stomachs, tummies and bellies; is Vaso's Kitchen. I am not an ultracepidarious, so I say this based exclusively on my personal experience; and not out of a vainglorious filosofunculism.
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