Friday, November 26, 2004


Picture an expanse of parkland in Florida or Texas. You pay admission, and then you drive through the park in your own car – or you can rent Range-Rovers to get that safari feel – and you shoot wild game when it comes wandering up to check you out.

What kind of wild game? Oh, mostly cows. Maybe some lambs ’n’ deer ’n’ suchlike.

Uniformed functionaries take your kill to the Processing Center (conveniently located onsite) where they gut it, carve it up, and wrap it up in manageable portions. They can even cook it up for you right then and there if you want.

Now, what should I call this wonderful restaurant concept? Ah, I know…

Loin Country Safari.

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