The official "Road Food" Thread - Post your pics

Discussion in 'Photos' started by dugmar, Aug 31, 2006.

  1. SteverinoB

    SteverinoB EstebanarinoB

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    Ah breakfast on the road. Can't do this too often or you might not be enjoying it at all? I believe the place was/is the Kountry Kitchen on Route 50 west of Athens Ohio across and just down the road fron Lake Snowden Park, the home of the Buckeye State Rally. Not much in the way of sausage gravy up this way so you take advantage of it when you get the chance and these folks to it so well. Here's to good eatin...Road food that is!

    Cheers and a Very Merry to All....Steverinoh


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  2. LaNgLy

    LaNgLy suck squeeze bang blow

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    Hi Linda, :wave

    MMMM Indian taco....

    You have no idea how sad I was the roadside vendors were not open. Sigh I will just have to go by again when the vendors are open. :evil
  3. ktmnate

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    That there is good eats. You do have to follow it up with a fry bread and the honey. Talk about a perfect meal. Now I'm hungry:bluduh


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  4. 40MileDesertRat

    40MileDesertRat Born Again Pagan

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  5. deserteagle

    deserteagle Seyyah

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    This is from one of my travel notes: (See)
  6. gatling

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    Fish Tacos from Antonio's truck, Guerrero Negro, Baja California.

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  7. dugmar

    dugmar Pinball Wizard

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    Okay, 'tis the season, lets get this thread going again.

    Red's Eats, Wiscasset, Maine.

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    I was there too early on Saturday, but I will be back with some food photos and reviews. In the meantime, Red's is right on Route 1, on the left before the bridge if you're heading north. You can't miss it. From what I hear, if you want a lobster roll there is no better place.

    But don't take my word for it:

    http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Overview.aspx?RefID=2959

    http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2003/06/19/sunday/main559439.shtml

    http://www.hollyeats.com/Reds.htm
  8. davorallyfan

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    1/2 eaten seafood platter Marion Bay, Yorke Peninsula South Australia.
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  9. rluczak

    rluczak Bemused

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    Don't forget this link too . . .

    http://www.nickbee.com/nh06.htm<o:p></o:p>

  10. NickBee

    NickBee Been here awhile

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    I love Red's...

    From last year's trip to NH/ME

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  11. FotoTEX

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    ALL the above looks so good. Made me want to add a few selections for those riding through Texas. Cannot go wrong with any of these: Loco Coyote-Glenrose. Salt Lick, Driftwood(
  12. FotoTEX

    FotoTEX Long timer

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    Sorry about last post-I hit wrong key. Salt Lick BBQ(S. of Austin in Driftwood(, CooperS BBQ in Lllano. Hard 8, Stephenville. Clarks Outpost, Tioga. Hope you find time to stop and enjoy some of the finest BBQ on the planet. Real BBQ lives in Texas, in my opinion. Enjoy and thanks again for great places to eat while out riding.
  13. HighTechCoonass

    HighTechCoonass Living the Dream....

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  14. dugmar

    dugmar Pinball Wizard

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    Summer is here (In the USA anyway.) Anyone have any new road food spots to post?
  15. Joyseeker

    Joyseeker a biking sweetie

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    does it work with chicken livers?

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  16. deserteagle

    deserteagle Seyyah

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    I think the answer is no, chicken liver will not work.

    Anyway, I had forgotten this topic. I think it's time to make my contribution.

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    Fish - by Lake Egirdir/TURKEY. - The fish was delicious. We wished it was dinner as the fish would be so good with some beer. Unfortunately we had a long way to go... The fellow is my buddy Harun.

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    location: 37-52'54.1" N 30-51'55.8" E
    You see a peninsula in this photo. It is where we had this lunch.
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    This was our view:
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    Another lunch... Köfte (Meatballs) in Taskent/TURKEY (Taskent May be translated as Stone City)
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    Around 36-55'27" N 32-29'23" E

    I noticed that "Krzysztof P." has a picture of the building seen at the background at panoramio.com.
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    Hence the name is Taskent.

    Another fish by Lake Beysehir/TURKEY at the same day.
    We had carp for dinner. It was delicious. This restaurant is at our camping place. :D
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    Location 37-39'15.8" N 31-39'55.8" E


    lunch in Uzumlu/TURKEY - The next day we visited my school mate and his family from primary school. They almost instantly prepared the lunch for us.
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    Please note that the meals are not served to plates for everyone. The traditional way... At the old times fork was not popular. Thanks to Turkish dishes, they were not needed. Only spoons were present.

    This is the meal seen on the left. The dark pieces you see are mushroom pieces.
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    This is an expensive type of mushroom. Morchella esculenta - Morel

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    They run a family business:
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    Yes, they make shotguns.

    Dinner in Egirdir/TURKEY - That night we had the dinner in Egirdir.
    "Burdur Kebabi" is a meatball skewer. OK, let's say it is the dish on the right. On the left, you see our bread, probably made in a tandir. In the middle is a different Kofte - içli köfte. I do not name it as meatball because some walnut is involved in the process of making it.
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    This is the most extraordinary part - even for us. A sweet pide with sugar and cheese. "&#350;ekerli pide". Normally pide is a part of the main course. Meat, cheese, and eggs are most popular toppings. In this case addition of sugar made this dish a dessert. I liked it. :D
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    Location: 37-52'39.2" N 30-49'27.6" E

    Pide is the ancestor of the pizza by the way.

    Lunch, somewhere in Anatolia/TURKEY

    We had "kuzu tandir" for the lunch. kuzu stands for lamb and tandir is a traditional oven. Tandir is an oven which is in the ground like a water well.

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    Location: 37-54'49" N 30-27'25" E

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  17. Joyseeker

    Joyseeker a biking sweetie

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    just a fantastic post.
  18. Cooltours

    Cooltours Rider of passion

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    some sweet sin somewhere at the shore of Lake Starnberge, Munich, D
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  19. Cooltours

    Cooltours Rider of passion

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  20. Cooltours

    Cooltours Rider of passion

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    Lunchbreak at Selajoch, I:
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