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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dugmar, Aug 31, 2006.
But don't go!
Ill take your word for it (since some of it looks like its been through the rider already).
Mexican shrimp cocktail, Zamora's cafe, Avondale, AZ.
Taqueria La Barca, Arcata CA:
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!
Edde-- In the 1st pic, what's that under the cheese and meat sticks?
Nice looking knife too! What kind?
Hi Scootac, that is "Schüttelbrot", a Special bread from Südtirol. It is a hard, crusty bread made ​​from rye flour, water, yeast, salt and spices. The knive is a Herbertz pocket knive.
Hi scootac, that is a so called Schüttelbrot, that is a special bread from Südtirol! It is a hard, crusty bread made ​​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-comfficeffice" /><o></o></SPAN>
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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!
And not to Forget the coffee from Munich I baught over there! Later, Edde.
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.
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).
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.
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.
As was eagerly anticipated, Helen served up two heaping plates of eggs, hash, bacon and toast with mugs of steaming coffee.
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.
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.
Forgot the corn bread muffin. I need a nap.
Brunswick stew at Clyde's Chapel.
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Tasting some lamb with fellows from Fazer Hellas Club...