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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dugmar, Aug 31, 2006.
Some of the best roasted chicken in Mexico! In downtown Guaymas, Mexico.
Shrimp ceviche tostados and cold beer! Incredible flavor.
Basri, enjoy it
Gefilte fish to go, 75 cents each:
Jewish pastries might hold greater universal appeal:
Corned beef hash with the bagel fixin's:
Free coffee cake to start any meal at Flakowitz's:
Always crowded but especially in winter:
And they take pride in being featured on the Food Channel, Diners Drive Ins and Dives.
Our lunch stop while visiting the Island of Giglio off Italy's Mediterranean coast.
The ferry didn't leave for hours so we had a leisurely lunch with all courses. Pears wrapped in bacon,
with a jug of the local straw colored white wine, Ansonaco, in the background.
Crema Catalana, a form of creme brulee:
from our eaerie above the island we watched the activity far below as we ate and drank and talked, my wife and I;
Then we went for a walk up and down the alleys of the town at the top of the island, the Castello:
And finished with a ride around the island:
Giglio (Lily Island in Italian) had its fifteen minutes of fame when the cruise ship went aground off the main port
of the island but it is well worth the rather expensive one hour ferry ride from Porto Santo Stefano.
The crew takes good care of bikes on the vehicle deck.
I wondered about these but figured US Customs might not find them as amusing as I did.
I found them while on the road but I'm not sure they are actually "road" food.
Be wary of the thing, and it's contents if you purchased it inside that establishment
A little work and dinner was delicious and fresh.
Or the various red meat we ate last weekend is good too.
Since the great bun crisis of 2002, I can't get mine buried.
It's a toss up. On top the onions fall off and underneath just means soggy buns. I'm a traditionalist, bun-dog-mustard-sauce-onions-repeat. Then repeat....
Legg's Inn, Michigan.
Goblaki, Kopytka Dumplings, Okacim Lager
As a native New Englander transplanted to Colorado, all I can say is..... FREAKIN' YUM! :dg
Hawaiian BBQ in Grand Junction, CO of all places!
A roast lamb on the road.
This is road food right,
My usual was "two with buried, rings and a Coke."
(Honestly though, I'm a McSweeny's guy at heart...)
eastern california museum
deep pit bbq fundraiser
beef shoulder cooked for 17 hours
stopped by the taco trailer after work
then went over to the park
and watched the sunset
Road food means what you eat on the road,
Near Charleroi, coming home from 6 days in France: