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Old 08-03-2011, 09:34 PM   #16
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Actually Doc, it is a foodies dream. Pizza and Horseshoes are the two biggest arguable foods here as to who has the best in town.

Oh, I'd love to try it, don't get me wrong but let's face it, fried chicken and french fries in one sandwich? Maybe not every day is all.

I'd like to live to see at least sixty.
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Old 08-03-2011, 09:37 PM   #17
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Old 08-03-2011, 10:20 PM   #19
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For me it was "Brat with a Cop", our annual cookout dinner between my fire dept and the police, as a way of saying "thanks" to them for all their help through the year. Great PR in my mind.
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Tonight it's going to be bar-b-qued pork if I can unstick my eyes from the stock market disaster on TV and get in the kitchen and start cooking. Looove seeing barrel oil fall like it has today but it likely won't last. Get yer gas while it's cheap! Wait, I'm cooking pork, not beans.
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Steamed Maryland Crabs fresh out of the Chesapeake Bay! Cheese and Pickles. And more tomatoes.
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Steamed Maryland Crabs fresh out of the Chesapeake Bay! Cheese and Pickles. And more tomatoes.
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Steamed Maryland Crabs fresh out of the Chesapeake Bay! Cheese and Pickles. And more tomatoes.

Oh, That's nice------Drawn butter?---Oh,that sounds sooooo good.
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Alright already, we got it, we got it!
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I envy you your scads of fresh tomatoes Leah, it's been so hot and bone dry here the few tomatoes the plants produced look anything but appetizing.
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Oh, That's nice------Drawn butter?---Oh,that sounds sooooo good.
Don't forget the vinegar and Old Bay.

We're eating at a friends tonight. I don't really like buying Crabs until after September - they are really at their best in October and November.
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I love different regional foods. We just had Spiedies (pronounced speedies), it's one of my favorites.

The spiedie (pronounced /ˈspiːdi/ "speedy") is a dish local to Greater Binghamton in the Southern Tier of New York State, and somewhat more broadly known and enjoyed throughout Central New York state. [1] Spiedie consists of cubes of chicken, pork, lamb, veal, venison or beef. The meat cubes are marinated overnight or longer (sometimes for as long as two weeks under a controlled environment) in a special marinade, then grilled on spits (if steel skewers are used, they are called "spiedie rods") over a charcoal pit. The traditional method involves serving freshly prepared cubes of lamb, chicken, or beef on soft Italian bread.

We keep a stock of the marinade on hand. It is awesome in flavor, especially on fresh bread, rolls. I usually only put tomato on mine, maybe a slice of cheese. We usually purchase the marinade on our way through to upstate NY once a year. If you haven't tried one, you really should.
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Old 08-04-2011, 10:03 PM   #29
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I've had a 14 hour day that ended with dinner at Chilis, Margarita Grilled Chicken with black beans topped with pico de gayo and mashed potaoes.

Doesn't sound as interesting now that I've eaten it.

Good night all, long day again tomorrow but I'm taking my camera for pics of lunch to post tomorrow evening.
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BUTTER on CRABS???

Are you nuts?

NO,no,no, no butter needed. I am surprised Leah did not blow a fuse

Old Bay is the only thing that goes on Chesapeke Bay crabs
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