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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