Mudspike Food Thread


#41

Don’t know…it was about 1100 yen though.


#42

LOL! Sorry I thought you cooked it! :blush:


#43

Tyco knows. On my wife and I’s annual trip to PEI there is always an A&W stop along the way.They do a good job and I love the little fry baskets the fries come in. Mugs of root beer! But admittedly the attraction for us is that we don’t have them in NH.

We have a Five Guys around the corner from my office, but like @near_blind said - we have a local joint that does gourmet burgers and shakes called Lexie’s that is 100 times better and more reasonably priced.

For example -

Urban Cowboy
Cheddar / Avocado / Bacon / Crispy Onions / BBQ / Chimmichurri
$6.25
Lexie’s Big Mouth
American / Bacon / Herbed Aioli / Roasted Tomato / Carmies / Fried Pickles
$6.50

If you are ever on the NH seacoast I urge you to check them out (and look me up - I’ll go with you!)

http://peaceloveburgers.com/


#44

Lived in California for over thirty years and I still only go to In & Out if someone I am with just has to eat there. Personally I could go for the rest of my life and never eat there again.

Wheels


#45

Ok. TIL Arby’s.

It’s 0900 Local and I totally want a dozen of these.

With a side order a dozen of these.

And a large diet coke. I’m worried about my waistline.
Thanks.


#46

I can’t do Garby’s anymore, but this intrigues me.

Does the Reuben exist in Italy?


#47

NO IT DOESN’T!

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Crazy, right?


#48

You guys need to fix that. The Reuben is love. The Reuben is life.


#49

I. Know. ಠ_ಠ


#50

Been there in Pittsburgh- around it. Can’t remember. Was it Aspinwall?


#51

Sigh Not what I wanted- and it’s NOT good looking but that’s Horse Meat and it was pretty frigging good!

Banana for scale…


#52

Well I certainly hope you weren’t forced to hang out around Aspinwall for too long. :grin:

Apparently The 'Burgh made its way to the top of Zagat’s “Top 17 Food Cities of 2015” list- the city certainly has its share of fun and interesting places to grab a bite (or a drink).


#53

Let’s put it this way- I was 17, Italian in US of A, in a nice Aspinwall suburbs and totally for free. For. A. Month.
Best vacation ever! It was like being in a Movie! Plus my cousins friends were super nice and a couple of girls pretty hot. I was just waaaay too dumb. :smiley:
I even snatched a ride in the Fire Engine as my uncle Joey was a volunteer driver there…

GUys- there was even a huge protestant wedding (my aunt) with a before-BBQ and a typical wedding party I just couldn’t believe! :smiley:

sigh

man- to be seventeen and clueless again…


#54

#55

All this talk about reubens this morning has me hungry for a corned beef and pastrami

Thanks… still a couple hours till lunch :angry:


#56

My brain has autocorrected Ruben to Cuban and now i want one of those instead


#57

When we drove ATL-CLT-CHS the other day to pick up a walk-in cooler, my brother suggested that we stop at Hardees for a hamburger. I hadn’t eaten there in about 20 years. I have to say for fast food that Thickburger was definitely as good as or better than 5 Guys and In N Out burger. The difference is that you also get fries/onion rings and a drink for what the other guys charge for their burger. Warning: it is 790 calories before you add bacon, onion rings, or Hardees sauce.

I haven’t been a big fan of Hardees over the years, but the fact that my memory of my Phantom driving dad loving to eat there should count for something.


#58

Whimper


#59

I’ve been back on the east coast for 5 years now and haven’t been back to Hardees in way longer than that. Do they still have the peach milkshakes?


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#60

Hey @Navynuke99, I believe those might be seasonal or geographical. Lately, I’ve been pretty much addicted to the Chick fil-a Frozen Lemonade shakes. Made with diet lemonade and they are maximum pleasure for minimum damage, if you care about such things. Probably seems out of place in a food thread LOL.