Sometimes a spoon just doesn't serve its purpose, especially when the sauce, the broth, or the soup is just too good to leave anything behind -- even a drop. And there are those of us who will unabashedly tilt the bowl to our mouths in order to make sure that the bowl is barren by the time it makes it back to the dish pit. This actually happened just a few days ago, when a bowl of mussels we shared was drained dry by a certain person who normally leaves a little behind.
Can you guess where I'm eating?
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