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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dugmar, Aug 31, 2006.
Overdone it with the sides
Old School Burger Goodness.
16560 Hurontario St Caledon, ON. South of Caledon, on 10, at the base of "The Mountain". For those familiar with the area, formerley, Flapjacks.
The 7 ounces of Mushroom Swiss old school on the grill hamburger goodness. Served with your choice of fries or soup for $7.75 or something close to that? Regular 7oz with side just $5.75 and that is a bargoon!
Anything with shrooms and "The Princesss" has to have it.
That looks just like the hotel I stayed in in Rock Springs, WY last October. I was lazy and bought a ready made sub
But where is the egg, bacon and beetroot?
This one was in Redding, Ca. Of course, they all probably order out of the same catalog.
I can see the proprietors coming up with the bacon and egg element no problem but the beetroot? Common in many Canadian homes but not regular fare in the average roadside resto. I'll give it a shot nonetheless and report back.
Think Id have to try it first. The bacon and egg sure....but beetroot?? Just sounds wrong.
Come to Australia, it's a standard burger item (along with the others)
Wow! Where is this place? I wanna go there! Im a lobster addict!!!
Wiscasset, ME 04578
This guy is really afraid to run out of something to munch!!! Hahaha
My goodness, this is a very complicated looking grill, you need to insert those tiny steel rods inside those tiny holes,and what are those end loops for? I dont get the point., the doggy looks delish tho!!
It's an ammo can stove like this. It can be easily packed and holds everything necessary for it's use. The loops are so you can remove the "grill" (actually metal skewers). Pic stolen from another thread...
spoon and fork wrapped in tissue paper...only in the philippines...the best Asian country, beautiful place and Beautiful People too, i've been there, i had a great time.
So a few of my younger friends (less than half my age!) went riding in the Capitol Forrest outside Olympia, Washington last weekend.
Altitude was about 2200 feet, and as you can see we ran into snow.
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As you can see it was little chilly out...
I wish I had more pictures, because the scenery was so awesome. So much so, that mine was the only truly epic crash as I ran off the road admiring the view. After 5 hours of riding and covering about 50 miles, we went to my friends Tony & Anitas house for some much appreciated grub.
<o></o>We had hot dogs, chili and some fantastic potatoes with peppers.
Great Ride, Great food & greater friends! Who could ask for more?!<o></o>
This thing is a big one, kind of like riding a 990 or a GSA on a gnarly bit of Canadian Shield single track and that is with the salad and NOT the fresh cut fries! Note that crispy cheddar fried up cheese halo...so bad and so good!
Nice venue with plenty of space and what looks like a great deck for dining al fresco!
Located at...45 McClintock Dr on the lovely shores of Puslinch Lake.
On way from Ancona to Rome we stopped because we could smell food.
This is the place
Seasonal salad with olive oil and some balsamico
Followed by some fresh made tortelini on tomato souce
and little bit of grilled meat
and we are ready to continue
second day from Rome to Firenza
Salad with fresh cheese and grapes
file with vegetables and potatos
wash it down with this
and we are ready to continue