The official "Road Food" Thread - Post your pics

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

  1. Bigger Al

    Bigger Al Still a stupid tire guy

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    A plain and simple breakfast of vanilla yogurt and fresh huckleberries. :dg

    Gardiner, MT, just outside the North entrance of Yellowstone, August, 2013.

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    Huckleberry pie and huckleberry ice cream in Hungry Horse, MT:

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  2. Hot Stuff

    Hot Stuff Road Dragon

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    Nom Nom Nom :clap
  3. Chris K

    Chris K Been here awhile

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    Wow! You can tell all that from a picture?

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  4. popscycle

    popscycle Fahren Away

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    Another great breakfast from Helen in Conway. Those in the know know about this road/place.

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  5. Skowinski

    Skowinski Eukaryote

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    ^^^ That's what we call the "standard touring breakfast". It's the best way to start a day of riding. :D
  6. BigEasy

    BigEasy Long timer

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    That is a pretty good bet.

    The gravy is way to smooth, real sausage gravy has flour lumps and sausage chunks. The sausages look water logged like pre cooked and frozen ones often do. Almost as appetizing as breakfast at a Holiday Inn Express:lol3
  7. Solomoriah

    Solomoriah likes the back roads

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    Perhaps it's a regional thing, but in some areas I've visited (and ate in), white gravy as served at breakfast has no sausage in it, but instead is made from just the drippings of sausage. I generally get such gravy with sausages and chop 'em up in it to get it like I want it.

    Also, my wife can make a variety of white gravies from scratch with few or no lumps at all. Not saying this is the case with this picture, just pointing out that it is possible.
  8. JoséLuiz

    JoséLuiz Been here awhile

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  9. acesandeights

    acesandeights Asperger

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    I'm somewhat of a gravy connoisseur and it does look like packaged/powdered gravy. I like white gravy, from plain white made from bacon or sausage grease to sausage gravy with big chunks of spicy sausage. You can make white gravy smooth as...something really smooth, but that picture looks like very bland gravy made from a powder and corn starch thickener. Starting from a roux often keeps the gravy from being overly lumpy, but that doesn't look like a flour (roux/thickening) gravy, it looks like a corn starch gravy which tends to lack flavor.
  10. jguerin77

    jguerin77 I ride my own

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    Luling, Texas....named one of the "top 101 places to eat in the world" by Newsweek.

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  11. vivid dadas

    vivid dadas Been here awhile

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    ftw;
    Yes! Great pics btw!
  12. ftw

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    Thanks. In fact I'd much rather share the smell than the image. Maybe will become possible in the future.
  13. The Bigfella

    The Bigfella Big Adventurer

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    Here's one that I found a bit unusual.

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    I'd stopped in to a village that some friends come from, the day after I got out of Cambodia. I was in Eastern Thailand, NE of Bangkok by a couple of hundred kilometres. "Come, watch".... and I got to see a ladyboy act as midwife to one of the neighbours cows (and no... I wasn't visiting the ladyboy)

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    So, at dinner that night "you try". Have to say, with the texture and taste, despite having never eaten afterbirth before, I knew what it was.

    Thanks ladies.
  14. jguerin77

    jguerin77 I ride my own

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    I admire your openness to cultural gastronomy. I would never be able to choke this down. It made my stomach queasy just looking at it!
  15. ftw

    ftw Long timer

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    That's what they call adventure dining, hats off!
  16. KG6BWS

    KG6BWS Been here awhile

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    I gotta agree with you. No way could I eat that.
  17. ftw

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    Young wine November fête, Uzhgorod, Transcarpathia, W Ukraine:

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  18. MUDDX

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    Muffin and coffee,,
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    Meat and cabbage pie..
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  19. ftw

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    Afternoon cup of tea on a faroff deserted beach:

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  20. sasho

    sasho Dual Personality

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    Now this is the real stuff!! :clap