Of the loonies with whom I have lunched, occasionally there are loonies who have also made lunch for me.
Near the top of the list is the delightful cook and chef, Jennifer M.
She and I have known each other lo these many years.
When I first met Jennifer, she and the remarkably grumpy Alyssa Krabbykova (more on her in another blog) worked at my old hang-out and office, The Café on Main when it was located across from the courthouse at which I work.
Jennifer has since moved on to a few other restaurants but we have always managed to keep in touch and, occasionally, get together… at least for a coffee.
Sometimes, Jennifer and I would go to one of her other restaurants The Smokin’ Buddha in Port Colborne, for dinner. 
Jennifer is fun and imaginative. She is wonderful at playing ‘what if…?’ But Jennifer is not all fun and games. She can be quite rigid at times and has been known to be rather firm, especially when it comes to my behaviour.
It was Jennifer who instituted The Rules. These were guidelines that set out how I was to conduct myself (or more often NOT conduct myself) when at the café.
We don’t see each other nearly enough but when we do, we always have a great time.
 If you are even in the area, you have to check it out!
This is my 250th blog post for Kosher Samurai! Woohoo! 🙂