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Discussion in 'Food & Travel' started by TexanSoccer06, Jul 17, 2002.
I like food
I like food too. I'm hungry and I still have to wait an hour and a half till work is over so I can go to the Olive Garden for dinner. Mmmmm....salad, breadsticks, chick parm...I can't wait!
Good work Moose.
I'm full of sweet and sour chicken.
Death to the animal hordes.
Do you enjoy eating my family Caroline?????!!!!!
Edit: What the ************ is this? Only 2 images per post now?
Checkers is the Shite
Been like that for awhile.
Can we have a motion to ban all vegetarians from this thread?
I mean, consider the motion to ban all vegetarians from this thread humbly submitted and seconded...
I went to Damon's and ate BBQ ribs and an onion loaf on Sunday with a nice Rolling Rock. Very tasty.
I have nothing to add, except to say that this was, and still is my favorite FFA thread.
A Rolling Rock?!?!?!? Are you in my neck of the woods?
I went to Damon's last week - had the ribs, but mashed potatoes instead of the onion loaf. A girl has to cut her calories somewhere!
I'd love a Rolling Rock right now...
I am tempted, however, to copy & paste Ian's recipes as he so graciously shares them, so that they aren't lost again!
(how's that for a suck-up?)
I've always been a fan of the Rock. And I had to go with the onion loaf as I hadn't been to Damon's forever.
I still like food
Today I had some fine Eastern NC chopped bbq served with cole slaw, freshly fried hush puppies and a frosty glass of sun-brewed iced tea.
I am planning on some pulled pork sandwich action today.
--What exactly is a hush puppie? Besides ugly footwear? I mean, it's fried, so I'm sure I'd like it....
They are delightful dollops of cornbread dough that are gently, carefully crafted to a fine, fried golden brown.
Also: See Manna, Heaven.
You mean Jeff didn't archive those, too?
(well played, honeychile. The long awaited Weber Grill version of my baby back ribs will make an appearance as a result.)
Actually, I have several printed out that I could re-type if you'd like. One was your pulled pork (a-hem), the other was something else you posted that day, I forget exactly.
I'm not a superman.
I hate to admit this, but I've never had non-tomato based bbq. I'd love to try it, though.
What type of slaw do y'all prefer - mayonnaise or vinegar based?
To oversimplify, it's fried batter. If you go to a seafood restaurant on the North Carolina coast, you can't avoid them. And you can't stop eating them.