The House where I stay in Walthill: Dinners at the Blue house
Eventhough Walthill is a small village isolated from the rest of the world, coming here over the years I have built up some strong friendships, including friends who would either bring food or cook food at the blue house and always ready to share good times.
Favorite Dish: On this visit, shrimp and pasta, omaha cherries which blosoms only once a year, fresh peach picked wild made into pie, avacado salads, shrimp with guacamole..
and more when you think that this is just a village with the nearest good restaurant a good 25 miles away.
Thank god for Mi Hu Sa my dining partner, unfortunately (and fortunately for her), she is off to Australia and i will have to fend more for myself on my next visits ..
Aztec Bar and Grill: Thank god for Mexicans
An enterprising Mexican young man has opened a restaurant as the businesses have closed their doors in this isolated town. Gracias amigo.
The food is your usual american food of mexican origin: chips salsa quesadillo greasy enchilladas etc etc
Favorite Dish: I wanted two appetizers
but they were so big i could hardly finish one of them..
and the lunch for two came to 12 usd..it is nice to know that there are still places like this
Mila Wolfe the Chef at the Clinic: Ah Filipina Food in these Boondocks?
Mila Wolfe met her UmonHon husband while he was serving the army in the Philippines and have been living in this reservation for more than twenty years. Each time I come to visit, she makes it a point of cooking something for me and this is what she made for me on this weekend of 27th May 2006
Favorite Dish: Pancit