Dispatches from Maine

Just another person of little note writing about ordinary things. That I reside in Maine is icing on the cake.

27 February 2006

Star Wars and Korean Barbecue

I spent Saturday at the Boston Science Museum with my family. We went to all the usual exhibits and took the extra time to go through the Star Wars exhibit there as well. The girls had a great time and I particularly enjoyed the kiosk with a show about robotics. In one of the model cases was a QRIO, which I wrote about before. If you should go to the exhibit, be sure to rent the PDA tour guide. I passed on the option and judging from the way other people made use of it, the $5.00 would have been well spent.

After a long day of exhibit hopping we went out to dinner at Koreana, a great Korean barbecue place in Cambridge. I first experienced the pleasure of Korean barbebcue while at the PDC. At the suggestion of my co-worker, Robert, we went to Seoul Jung (my blogpost). Since it was my first time I asked the waitress for a how to which produced the now famous line, "This is salad." At Koreana I posed the same question and received an even more interesting response which can be best summarized as "First you cook it, then you eat it." Perhaps there is something mystical about Korean barbecue. In any event, it was delicious and the girls loved it.


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