WOW-I can not imagine how hard it is to have the job of being a food "CRITIC". The title itself spreads fear and trembling through the hearts of those faithful business people you visit. How brave you are to be in such an unpopular position. In a time where economy seems to dictate what business should survive, I find it interesting that the Grace on Big Bird's is always there. Thank you for visiting and giving your opinion. If God be for us, Who can be against us?
How AWESOME The Lord used you and your column to pique the curiosity of people who will now visit Big Bird's! Yes, they do have wonderful and interesting items on their menu. The Lord created all of us unique and peculiar (some more so than others) so not everyone will have the same tastebuds for everything. I have friends from Jewish heritage and I WOULD NOT ever eat some of the traditional dishes they serve. However, my Indian heritage has traditional dishes that would not be tastful to most people. So I guess it is more about good taste! Big Bird's has chosen to offer Food for the Body and food for the Soul. What a grand combination for the community we live in. Thank you so much for helping get the word out about this Idaho small businessman and his family owned great place to eat and share the good things in life.
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