Last Friday, Mrs. Paco and I went to the "big city" of Wilmington to pick up a chandelier that we had rewired. It was around noon, and we were hungry, so we had lunch at a place near the lighting store called "Tazy's Burgers and Grill". The place has an Australian theme - the logo is a cartoon Tasmanian devil riding a surfboard - but the theme is a very thin veneer, as the food is strictly American; the "Australianness" only extends to giving the individual items Australian names. For example, the "Joey Burger" is not, as you might imagine, a sandwich made from the ground meat of a baby kangaroo, but a quarter-pound beef hamburger. The "Sheila" is a smoked turkey sandwich, and so forth. I opted for the "Aussie Burger" (a half-pound hamburger), and Mrs. Paco went for the "Joey". The food was outstanding, the service great and the people friendly. I had to ask about one curious item on the menu: the "Vegemite". It is, in fact, a sandwich that consists of grilled vegetables - eggplant, zucchini, peppers, etc. When I inquired of the person at the counter if the sandwich actually included Vegemite, to my great amusement she gave me a horrified look and said, "Lord, no!".