My Review:Taste of Twisted Farm Food

Last week when I wrote my meal plan, we were just starting to feel the Fall weather temps. At the beginning of the week it rained and then throughout the week we experienced a change a the weather was a litter warmer. Yesterday morning when I walked out to the garden, I noticed I still have tomatoes that are green. I’m hoping that those will continue to grow and turn red before the season really changes. I had started a couple months ago to prep an area for a winter garden, but to this day, I have not done anything further. Life has been a little busier right now than I anticipated.

Yesterday, we took a drive to see my sister-in-law in the hospital. Thank you all for saying a little prayer. She still has a long road to recovery and may be in the hospital another month but the road to recovery looks good.

We stopped and had lunch with my in-laws at Hash House A Go-Twisted Farm Food in Reno, NV.  The mission: To keep the fun in food while pulling from the experiences of farm fresh agriculture, live stock, and old recipes with a twist.

My lunch was simple-The Hash House Cobb Salad

The Hubby had- Big O’crispy hand hammered pork tenderloin sandwich

Our youngest daughter had-The Farmer’s Daughter

The atmosphere in the restaurant was noisey. The music was too loud that you couldn’t hear the person next to you speaking. Maybe it’s because I’m a firm believer that when you sit around the table, you engage in a conversation with your family. I shouldn’t have to raise my voice in a conversation around a table. After all, we don’t get to see the in-laws that often. To me, it wasn’t a very comforting atmosphere.

The country-style decor was simple.  When I sat down, I noticed my fork was dirty. Somehow when you sit down in a restaurant and notice your silverware is dirty you tend to lose your appetite. We did have a nice waitress.

Overall the food presentation was good. Every meal arrives with a giant twig of rosemary. They get points for unique presentation. You definitely get your money’s worth here in terms of food quantity. We walked out with a bunch of leftovers and still felt like we  were ready to explode.

 Even though the food is great, in reality it is very expensive  for a family. My experience at the restaurant wasn’t the best I did enjoy spending time with the in-laws.

My overall family meal rating: 2 stars

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Mother of 4 can be found blogging from her home office, while running her kitchen and meal planning business. While maintaining time with family and work, she created Noel's Kitchen Tips teaching families how to make budget friendly meal and recipes with high quality kitchen tools. She's blessed to have the opportunity to be able to teach busy moms and families how to use food and cooking as a means of bringing family meal times back to the table.

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