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Discussion in 'Photos' started by dugmar, Aug 31, 2006.
I look at that and can instantly tell that's a good place for lunch.
Soft pretzel with beer cheese and a pulled pork sandwich at Dunsmuir Brewery Works in Dunsmuir, Ca.
(Save the beer for after the riding is done.)
I'm gonna throw a couple in here as well. My typical riding lunch is a quick packaged buy at a gas stop.
Dinner or when riding with the missus we get some real food.
Burger from the Ponderosa Lodge, Ponderosa CA. We couldn't get any further due to the snow.
Indian Fry Bread from Al's Oasis in Oacoma, SD
Gen You Wine Yooper pasty from Syl's cafe in Ontonagon, MI. These things are sturdy and portable, so I tend to buy a few and pack them for trips.
Steak Fingers and Jalapeno poppers for a lunch stop in Salmon, ID. These were feckin terrible
Singapore Curry noodle bowl from Island Nosh Whidbey Island, WA
This thing. 2 grilled cheeses, 1/2 pound burger and fries from a recently closed local hole in the wall place.
And one last one, also local. Kelly Country Creamery. It's a farm store where they produce the milk on site then turn it into ice cream and it is arguably the best ice cream I have ever had in my half century on earth.
And you put gummy worms on it.
No, they did. It was a mud sundae with crushed Oreos and gummy worms Gummy worms are like the bacon of the candy world, they go with EVERYTHING!
I spose you put ketchup on a filet too?
Please......seek professional help!!!
Gosh no, ketchup only goes on onion rings! Fillets get tartar sauce
Almost forgot I snapped a pic of the Brunch Burger, just a short ride from CADVR in Woodruff, WI at the Holiday Cafe
Brunch burger....looks like hash browns, cheeseburger, bacon and fried egg.
A small West Coast (NZ) burger
This was at a very nice restaurant in the east of Germany
Mama Espinoza's in Baja.
Pork tenderloin sammy at St. Olafs!
I'm an adult! I drank the beer!
And the next night, back to the usual travel fare! Port Salut cheese and pork jerky paired with Walmarts finest mixed nuts!
Washed down with some excellent Toppling Goliath brews!
Bentley's , Arundal, Maine
We rode over to a new place in Fort Worth yesterday called The Cook Shack. They serve chicken tenders and ribs in varying degrees of heat from Mild to "Texas Heat" and one hotter level called "AMF" which stands for "Adios, Mother Fucker." I ordered a couple tenders with Texas Heat and a couple with AMF. Absolutely delicious...but almost 24hrs later and I'm still in misery.
My birthday breakfast this morning....
Eggs Benny Nutmeg cafe,Huskisson,NSW ,Australia
Camped out in Cody ,Wy in late June with 2 friends and decided to cook for ourselves a couple of nights .
First night : chicken wings , steak and baked potato ( hard to do , but can be done without aluminium foil
Second night we went all chicken . It was so good the night before .
Regular viewers of this thread will know I'm a eggs Benny fan,here's this morning's!
The Deli,Nowra,NSW, Australia