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Old 01-23-2009, 04:03 PM   #31
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My kids go to school off of E/W highway.
In between Connecticut Ave and 16th street somewhere? I'm trying to think of schools on that road... other than BCC High School, I'm drawing a blank. Shows you how much I pay attention when I'm on my way to work. A cup of coffee and sportstalk 980 is all I care about....
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Old 01-23-2009, 04:11 PM   #32
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Wood Chicks BBQ and after I thought about it that shopping center does not even have a bank. Its on the corner of Cedar road and Dominion Blvd in that shopping center with the Farm Fresh.
Haven't been there yet, my wife and I will try it out soon though. Nothing better than good BBQ.

Pembroke Pizza is mine
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Old 01-23-2009, 09:53 PM   #33
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microwaveable white castle cheeseburgers from the grocery store
Just not the same as the real deal! Like trying to get a decent crabcake outside of MD.......ain't going to happen..........
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Old 01-23-2009, 10:18 PM   #34
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Just not the same as the real deal! Like trying to get a decent crabcake outside of MD.......ain't going to happen..........
definitely not as good as the real deal White Castle but not bad especially when you don't have one within driving distance.

The real ones should be illegal they're so addictive.
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Old 01-24-2009, 02:49 PM   #35
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I just had a McDonald's Big Mac extra value meal. I almost NEVER eat fast food (I don't include sub shops as fast food - I'm referring to BK, McD's, Taco Bell, etc), but for some reason I had a craving for a Big Mac today. It's probably been 5 years since I had one, no exaggeration. It was awesome. I feel like ass now, but man was it good.
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Old 01-24-2009, 03:04 PM   #36
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Not for lunch, but for dinner last nite I had the BBQ Pulled Pork Burger, garlic fries, cole slaw, and a chocolate shake at Red Robin.
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Old 01-24-2009, 03:15 PM   #37
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Not for lunch, but for dinner last nite I had the BBQ Pulled Pork Burger, garlic fries, cole slaw, and a chocolate shake at Red Robin.
I think my heart just palpitated by reading that... Oh wait, nevermind, it was the Big Mac I just shoveled into my pie hole...
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home made nachos. and we live in Pa., and my wife makes one helluva crab cake, thank you
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Today I had a Schmidter, a Philly specialty. It's a philly cheesesteak with salami chopped up and cooked in, smothered in sharp provolone with a little Russian dressing.

You'd think the Russian dressing would be out of place, but for whatever reason it's great.

Served on a huge soft kaiser. Yum.
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Today I had a Schmidter, a Philly specialty. It's a philly cheesesteak with salami chopped up and cooked in, smothered in sharp provolone with a little Russian dressing.

You'd think the Russian dressing would be out of place, but for whatever reason it's great.

Served on a huge soft kaiser. Yum.
Damn that sounds good. I'm not big on Russian dressing but in the right situation it's killer.
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Old 01-28-2009, 01:08 PM   #42
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In between Connecticut Ave and 16th street somewhere? I'm trying to think of schools on that road... other than BCC High School, I'm drawing a blank. Shows you how much I pay attention when I'm on my way to work. A cup of coffee and sportstalk 980 is all I care about....
Yep...Rosemarry Hills.
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Old 01-28-2009, 01:32 PM   #43
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Today I had a Schmidter, a Philly specialty. It's a philly cheesesteak with salami chopped up and cooked in, smothered in sharp provolone with a little Russian dressing.

You'd think the Russian dressing would be out of place, but for whatever reason it's great.

Served on a huge soft kaiser. Yum.
Hmmmmm, does sound goood. In all fairness, it should come with a Surgeon Generals warning label on it, or possibly a "heart stint" kit. No worries, I am confident the Fed will nix that.....delight, with the food "fat tax" allegedly.
I better order one over the web before that happens. Can't get a decent Philly here
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Old 01-28-2009, 01:33 PM   #44
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Damn that sounds good. I'm not big on Russian dressing but in the right situation it's killer.
Like on a nice warm Reuben sandwich... which I believe I'm going to have today. Anyone from Northwest DC / Bethesda probably knows the greatness of Booeymonger sandwiches.

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Old 01-28-2009, 02:59 PM   #45
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Re: What's for lunch?

I used to pass the Booeymonger in Ballston on my way to work every day, but never stopped...

We have a semi-hidden secret here in Frederick called aka Frisco's that is tucked back in an industrial park. Amazing cold cut sandwiches, soups, salads and baked potatoes. One of their specialties is called exploded potatoes. Imagine potato salad with chives and butter, smashed to hell and served warm. Sounds weird, but they are amazing. Today, I had their roast beef and cheddar with a cup of white bean chicken chili.
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