What would you rate 10/10?
Definitely my wife 😉 and besides the Angkor Wat Ruins in Cambodia (featured in this picture) there is a restaurant about a 30 minute drive from where I live in the most random of places. This restaurant called the Cattle Baron sits in a small hamlet called Babb Montana and is basically the gateway into the Many Glaciers National Park. They serve the biggest and most juiciest steaks that I have ever seen. They are the size of my face and they come with a side of potatoes, onions, salad, a loaf of sour dough Bread and honey butter. Its sooooo good. It costs $50 a American but it is worth every penny. There are a lot of things I would rate out of 10 but the reason why I mention this steak is because it is tradition for my birthday every year to drive down across the border and have my birthday dinner steak. My birthday is in 4 days so I'm pretty dang excited. Not so much because it is my birthday but because I get the steak. I will take a picture of it and post it after.
DID YOU KNOW? The world most expensive steak is the 2000 vintage cote de boeuf (rib steak) at a cost of $3200. That's a lot bacon for such little beef.
PIRATE TIP: To get the best quality steak always cook it fresh never frozen. Also, of you want to truly tell if your steak is medium rare, or how ever you like it done, you have to cut it in the middle to see the layering. If you cut on the edge it will be deceiving because that part gets cooked the most so it will always look well done.
Angkor Thom is enclosed with wall and wide moats; this temple is one of the most popular and compelling in Angkor. It’s galleries and beautifully preserved where giant stone faces smile enigmatically down from every angle. This temple was built late 12th century AD..
Ta Promh is one of the most popular attractions of Angkor as much of the jungle has not been cleared and most of the Angkor monuments would have appeared when European explorers first stumbled across them in the 12th century..