By Kevin Williams
SCHLOTZSKY'S DELI: This is off topic, but the other day Rachel was working late at her job as a vet tech, so I thought I'd take Aster out for dinner. Just her and me, a nice father-daughter outing. I wasn't looking for anyplace gourmet (not that that would even be an option in my hometown which is pretty much a chain restaurant wasteland), just something nice and quick and not terribly unhealthy. So I settled on Scholtzsky's Deli, a sandwich and pizza chain. Not sure if it is a national chain or just a regional place. Most of the time when Rachel and I have supper, whether it is at home or out, we just share our food with Aster. But I thought it'd be fun to order off the kid's menu and I saw the "cheese pizza" there, thinking I'd get maybe a saucer-sized "mini pizza". She's her father's daughter in the fact that she loves pizza. So I ordered it. Imagine my surprise when she receives this gargantuan pie that probably could feed a family of four. That's the kids pizza? I thought for sure maybe they made a mistake (there was no one else in the restaurant and I ordered a sandwich for me and told the cashier I wanted the "kids pizza")....They later told me that that was, indeed, their kids pizza. I didn't bother asking what their adult pizza looked like, I don't think I want to know!