Sometime in every person’s life who lives in a democracy they will serve on a Jury. I can only hope it is a Federal Court Jury. The food at the Federal Court level seems to be better. Last week I served four days on a jury at the North Texas federal courts and ate lunch each day in their cafeteria. Here are some highlights from that experience.
The unanimous choice of the week was the BLT. Plenty of Bacon…plenty of Tomato and plenty of lettous. Classic sandwich with a classic flavor.
What the Judge Eats
We had the honor of our Judge eating in the cafeteria. Of course he could not sit with us, but nonetheless, he was there and it appears he is a big fan of the salisbury steak special.
Where Late Lunches Rule
One thing you do not want to do is get to the cafeteria at the end of the lunch rush. Why?? Well, the good salads are all gone. Salads are great at the federal courthouse cafeteria. You don’t want to get all filled up to just sit in the jury box..like I did after having their awesome hamburger and fries.
So, when you get called for Jury Duty at the North Texas District Federal Court in Dallas…make sure to check out the cafeteria…not bad food.