If they survive....

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Ironwolf, Apr 3, 2020.

  1. televillian

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    i don`t feel any rush to decide
     
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  2. 1293

    1293 Poster Extraordinaire

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    I don't go out for things I can make at home. The only exception is fish and chips because it saves me the mess.
     
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    My grand daughter 15 years old has been practicing burger making with the goal being the best burger anywhere.
    Tonight she may have hit the bullseye.
    I like mine rather simple, pretzel bun toasted with butter added, fresh onion, grilled onions mayo and Colby cheese, burger about 1/3rd pound pink in the center.
    Sea Salt from Malta, fresh ground pepper.
    I’d give tonite’s burger about a 9 out of 10.
     
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    Are you saying you were in Maryland for Hugo?
    Were you a Marylander?
     
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  5. String Tree

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    There is a little joint in our downtown that goes back to before Noah's Ark.
    Food that would scare your Cardiologist but, if it killed me would Guarantee me a spot in Heaven!

    Hope they make it.
     
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    I'm thinking chains like 5 Guys are regretting the decision to not have drive-thru's..

    Wife and I gave blood yesterday, and hit up In N Out Burger on the way home, Typically there is 10-20 cars in front of you, When we went, we were car#43 in line.

    Surprisingly, the wait was just about the same as Pre-Apocolypse ... Having no one in the dining room sped up the drive-thru.
     
  7. Ron R

    Ron R Friend of Leo's

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    Char Grill is our local legend, so I suppose I'll go there.
     
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    We’ve had In-n-Out twice since this whole thing began. Each time I felt so nervous about the safety of my home and family that it made it difficult to enjoy.

    I doubt we’ll eat out much until the all clear is given.

    Having said that, Grub Burger Hub is a local favorite.
     
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    4pickupguy Doctor of Teleocity Silver Supporter

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    When I get back from Japan (truly stuck here now) Chrissy and will Tolbert in Grapevine if it still exist. We desperately miss seeing live music and food there!!
     
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    The Rib Shack in Eagle. Jud's is also a good choice, but I rarely get out that way. Been about 5 years since I ate there.
     
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    Drive in movie theatres will make a come back with staff on skates bringing the orders..... in funky full head gear miced up.... phone/wifi your order... :)
     
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    stxrus Friend of Leo's

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    lol, go trapped by spellcheck again. Hurricane Marilyn
     
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    Freddy Schilling here in Köln (Cologne, Germany). Nice local burger grill.
     
  14. EsquireOK

    EsquireOK Friend of Leo's

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    Haven't seen a burger place stop serving yet. Have been to Lucky Boy and Penny's within the past two weeks.

    Stay six feet apart, don mask, use gloves if you have 'em, use hand sanitizer before eating, take food home or to the car, and chances of catching anything go waaaay down.
     
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    No good burger joints up here sadly. Probably fish and chips at Ches’s.
     
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    We had take out from the Fix burger bar in Worcester a few weeks ago. It's still good as takeout, but not quite the same as having it fresh on property.
     
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    McDonalds … at least they are consistent if nothing else ?
     
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    There are no independent burger joints within 100 miles of here. 200 miles even. I could however, buy fish and chips, from a place locally, which overlooks the trawlers, as they come into the harbour.…...

    The locals are connoisseurs of seafood. They eat all the stuff that can't be sold in the rest of the UK and gets exported (quickly!) to Spain, usually. But they prefer a good Fish Supper. :cool:
     
  20. Flaneur

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    One of the great things about those childhood holidays at the seaside, is that everything tasted great. There is no comparison, between a Fish Supper, using fresh fish- and one where the fish has been frozen, at some point.
     
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