The official "Road Food" Thread - Post your pics

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

  1. tarheel rider

    tarheel rider Tight Lines

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    Ill take your word for it (since some of it looks like its been through the rider already). :rofl
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  5. melville

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  6. Edde0815

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    These are some of my Vesper's (lunches) on my recent trip to Südtirol, Italy. All local products, Bergkäse, Kaminwurz, Speck, Südtiroler appels and fresh milk of the mountain farmers!

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    Enjoy Edde.
  7. scootac

    scootac Just a Traveler

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    Edde-- In the 1st pic, what's that under the cheese and meat sticks?
    Nice looking knife too! What kind?
  8. Edde0815

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  9. Edde0815

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    Hi scootac, that is a so called „Schüttelbrot“, that is a special bread from Südtirol! It is a hard, crusty bread made &#8203;&#8203;from rye flour, water, yeast, salt and spices. See the wiki linkk below, saorry it is only in German, but maybe you can make sense out of it:<?xml:namespace prefix = "o" ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:eek:ffice:eek:ffice" /><o:p></o:p></SPAN>
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    The knive is a Herbertz pocket knive.<o:p></o:p>
  10. scootac

    scootac Just a Traveler

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    Thanks!
  11. Edde0815

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    This is the road Food I use when I am riding in the Luxembourg/Belgium Ardenns! If you ever have the chance try the Luxembourg chocolate milk. It is a mix between Luxembourg milk and Belgian chocolate, killer! :clap

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    And not to Forget the coffee from Munich I baught over there! :rofl:rofl:rofl:rofl Later, Edde.
  12. Hot Stuff

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    Tonkatsu (Pork Cutlet). This is from a chain called Tonkatsu Club in South Korea. Served with rice, slaw, pickled turnip, turnip kimchi, miso soup, and cream soup.

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    Early Sat morn, the SIL shows up with the hog to make a planned "sausage run" to get some area-notable smoked sausages. It is a nice leisurely 100 plus mile run via some twisty back roads and the weather is compliant (low 50s with a chance of mist/fog/chili).

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    Late in the morning, we arrive at Pekarski Sausage Company (look up the reviews on Yelp) and load the hog with smoked kielbasa and andouille sausage for later consumption.

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    This makes us hungary, so we head down the road to this country store and gas station (picture taken a week earlier) for a late breakfast.

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    As was eagerly anticipated, Helen served up two heaping plates of eggs, hash, bacon and toast with mugs of steaming coffee.

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    Having food in bag and belly, we spent the afternoon riding around in the damp, drizzle and fog thinking it was a beautiful day and then went home and ate chili. Life is good. End of story.
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    Isn't it amazing how the simplest of things can bring the greatest pleasures?
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    Meatloaf, green beans (with some nice chunks of ham and onions), and mac and cheese fir my sides. Pecan pie for desert. Ice tea. $11.69 at the Waverly House in New Waverly, Texas.
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    Forgot the corn bread muffin. I need a nap.
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    Brunswick stew at Clyde's Chapel.
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    Jo.Da. Viva Los Fazeristas

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