A bullet to the butt ruins any fine meal: SLGT lessons from Kingwood
A mummy plague and accidental butt shooting in the same week? It sounds unbelievable, but apparently any horror is possible in the region beyond Beltway 8.
An elderly woman was accidentally shot in a Kingwood restaurant, Raffa's Waterfront Grill, on Thursday evening when a patron's gun fell on the floor (for more details check out KTRK Ch. 13's report).
The restaurant's proprietor explained to FOX26 that the bistro crowd drew silent after the firing, at which point the victim (hit in the rear end) indicated that she couldn't move. The 8:30 p.m. shooting at Raffa's restaurant underscores not only the dangers that can come with gun ownership, but seemingly contradicts a recent Daily Beast report that Texas isn't among the 20 deadliest gun states.
While the victim is expected to eventually recover, the incident has confirmed my New Year's resolution of dining at home more frequently. Cooking facilitates connecting with friends and family and save money. But most importantly, it's a sure-fire way of preventing an accidental restaurant murder.
Obviously, I prefer to explore cookbooks of SLGT recipes that require at least three hours of toiling over the stove, but in keeping with our macabre times, here is a video for Sandra Lee's "spookadillas":