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101 Words about Big Jim

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by LamontPaul, for outsideleft.com
originally published: February, 2005
There's a Big Jim waiting for you at Steven's City of Commerce

Tender, succulent, juicy, buttery, delicious, warm, pink, mmmmm, intense, steak, yummy, divine, heavenly, lush, mouthwatering, tantalizing, irresistible, tasty, oleaginous, temptation, satisfying, esculence, aromatic, red, delish, meaty, charred, anticipation, massive, beefy, nourishing, rich, binding, primal, handsome, glistening, unctuous, marbled, architectural, sculpted, elegant, retro, wagnerian, barbaric, animalistic, prehistoric, primordial, heady, awesome, shocking, amazing, inspiring, sexy, toothsome, orgiastic, ginormous, gargantuan, defiant, atkins, standard, beauty, appealing, gorgeous, chunky, bovine, breathtaking, cool, western, rapture, gigante, gordito, oozing, colossal, youth, protein, vigor, thick, summit, love, desire, 1970s, satiating, undefeated, splendid, carnal, brawn, good, joy, delectable, occluding, insurmountable, challenge, coagulating, absorbing, primeval, relish, might, ultimate, welcoming, substantive, scrumptious.

A group of friends gathered at the remarkable Steven's Steakhouse in the City of Commerce, home of LA's legendary Big Jim Prime Rib. Over a dinner (of Big Jim's naturally), they spontaneously created this list.

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