Nothing like an evening of literature and good food, which is what I enjoyed earlier this evening at Hill's Restaurant and Lounge. The book, Julian Barnes' Man Booker Prize-winning novel “The Sense of an Ending,” was a hit with my book group. And my Elk Burger, which I ate with a side of cole slaw, was certainly a hit with me.
All in all, over the evening, most of my tastes were sated. Literary and gastronomic. Next month: the nonfiction study “Thinking Fast and Slow,” by Daniel Kahneman.
Not sure what kind of brain food that calls for. Something with avocado, maybe?