“The ramblings and grumblings of author Ad Hudler”

Good Southern Hospitality
Friday, October 29, 2010

I recently stopped by Macon (setting for my novel SOUTHERN LIVING) and had a delightful meal at a truly global spot. It was a Greek-Indian restaurant with "hombres" on the men's bathroom door.

The sag paneer was remarkable but not as fine as the after-dinner finish. The owner asked us if we wanted to smoke some hooka in a back room of the restaurant.

Now, I'm not certain what they put in these pipes in the mother country but I'm pretty sure we were inhaling apple tea.

We all looked at each other with a look of "Î don't feel anything. Do you feel anything?"

The wait staff was giggling the corner.
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