Coyoty eats chili dogs.

From the Corner Cafe at Tunxis Community College in Farmington, CT.

Chili dogs

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Coyoty eats a Cajun Asian chicken sandwich.


The special of the day was Cajun chicken. I asked them to make me a Cajun chicken sandwich. They have an Asian chicken wrap on the regular menu. They thought I said Asian chicken sandwich. So I ended up with a Cajun Asian chicken sandwich.

From the Corner Cafe at Tunxis Community College in Farmington, CT.

Coyoty eats Burger King grilled hot dogs, so you don’t have to.


Classic, with ketchup, relish, onions, and mustard.


Chili cheese.

Of course, I regret going to a fast food restaurant again. I’m usually disappointed. In this case, it’s clear that Burger King is skimping on the food and quality. I’ve tasted better boiled hot dogs, and I doubt the grill marks are authentic. They don’t give you a full hot dog, either. They cut a wedge out of each dog, not just slicing it for cooking reasons or holding the meager toppings. The dogs look skinnier than they should, and are overwhelmed by the buns. Burger King should be called Hot Dog Pauper.

Coyoty eats a sandwich and sundae.

At Friendly’s in Bristol, CT.


Sweet Red Chili Chicken Supermelt sandwich with fries and coffee.


Hunka Chunka PB Fudge sundae. Peanut butter fudge ice cream sundae with whipped cream, Swiss chocolate sauce, walnuts, and a cherry.


Friendly’s interior.

Coyoty eats curried crab and goat.

At Royal Masala Restaurant and Bar in Hartford, CT.


Goat rogan josh: “Goat meat bone-in with whole spic[e]s, tomatoes, onions, ginger and garlic.” I think I will avoid goat from now on. Each time it gets served with unexpected bones (the print menu didn’t mention them), and more of it gets in my teeth and gums than in my stomach.


Royal Masala exterior.


Royal Masala interior.


Mandala artwork.


Tawa crab with salad, and mint black tea: “Crab meat sauteed with curry leaves, onion, squeeze fresh lime and red chili.”


Pistachio kulfi with chocolate: A traditional Indian ice cream dessert.