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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dugmar, Aug 31, 2006.
This was my lunch at the Blue Willow Inn in Social Circle Georgia
Wow AG, what a spread.
Please, educate a S.A. nOOb: "Plantains": a cooking cousin to the Banana?
Skip's has been in Merrimac, Mass since 1947, located right on Route 110, about a mile from the Merrimac / Amesbury border. You can't miss the classic neon sign. They claim their burgers are the best but the Suzy Q fries is what they are known for. Basically just a curly fry, but the part that makes them good is that they cut the potatos right there, fresh.
Si, senor! You can find plantains at most big grocery stores here. They are a little bigger than regular bananas, and always green. If you head south of the border, they get more common the farther south you go. They were part of almost every meal we had in C.R. They have to be cooked a lot- like they cut them up and simmer them, then flatten them and re-fry in honey. They're usually sweetened a little, and come hot, and are not mushy after all this cooking- still have firm texture. We liked them so much (heart of palm was yummy too! but that's another story) that I tried to cook them here. No good. Must return to central america!!
Mighty Joes. A family owned gas and eat operation with good sandwiches and Cam2 . The 30' fiberglass gorilla is a tribute to the families late son who was a body builder . At about the the 11 mile marker on RT 206 south in south Jersey.
Lusilles A small restante that no matter how hungry. dirty. wet, cold or tired you are when you show up you leave full and happy. Located in the middle of no whereon RT539 in South Jersey so they're glad to see anyone who shows up. All bikes welcome.
I think they got 100 gallons of barn red paint cheep
MMMmmmm Bacon! ...Doesn't take much for me!
Who woulda thought Pirates in Kansas!
From the inside.
Happy sheep!! Must have been tasty!!!!
Day two of my birthday ride with my brothers.
740 Main St
Ozark Café in <st1lace><st1:city>West Plains</st1:city>, <st1:state>MO</st1:state></st1lace>
This couples pic on the wall. Yeah, theyre still running it. A little older now.
And they have homemade peach pie!
ride this road...
then eat here...
more info -> http://www.bertevers.nl/
American Barbecue, 5 Railroad Ave, Rowley, Mass. (Just off Route 1A) This place it tucked off 1A so it is easy to miss. Keep an eye out for the sign on the corner. This place offers some of the best southern style BBQ in the area. The ribs have a great smoked flavor to them. They don't fall off the bone but they are close. To me, ribs that fall off the bone are overdone and are a bit mushy, they need a little tugging to be done right. These are done right. The 2-way combo for $15 is the best deal, you get two meat choices, two sides and a big hunk of cornbread. The mac and cheese is amazing, the cornbread is wonderful. They also serve cold beer, both on tap and bottle.
They were closed on Labor Day, which is why the lot is empty. Usually there is a bit of a wait. The cool thing is that they have free popcorn and a huge barrel of peanuts to snack on when you're waiting. The inside is very rustic and cozy, booths and tables, wood walls covered in corregated steel, well done decor from southern BBQ joints, lots to look at. You order at the counter and go get your meal when they call your number. The best part is the three different types of BBQ sauce you serve yourself for dipping. Mild, spicy and this yellow stuff that is very addictive. I will be going back soon so I will post food pics here.
They are motorcycle friendly as well as you can see by the kickstand caddy.
At the Magnolia Grill on the banks of the Mighty Mississippi.
Via the Natchez Trace, two-up on a fully loaded KLR.
We ate these today:
Got em here:
And YES! She likes to ride motorcycles!!!
With her husband..........
After a days ride over Hatcher Pass, I like to stop into Hula Hands before I head home for a "nap"...
Left to right, Teriyaki Beef, two scoop rice, one scoop mac, Kalua Pig.
Wash it down with Pass-O-Guava nectar in a can (not as good as Haleakala Dairy POG)