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Old 12-11-2011, 01:53 PM   #31
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That meal looks like pure comfort food to me, msmofet.

It just doesn't get any better than that!
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very nice, mofet and rock.

we went christmas shopping in the poconos (pennsylvania) yesterday. got dw a coupla pairs of boots and a furry (i hope it's faux) winter vest, and the boy his fiest ice fishing rod, ice lures, and carp bait.

then we went to big daddy's bbq for dinner. the food was fantastic, and you couldn't ask for a nicer kid as our waiter.

after salads, my boy had pulled pork sliders, dw had bbq chicken, and i had smoked turkey and a gigantic beef rib, all with slaw and bacon laden baked beans. oh, and delicious northern style cornbread with pecan butter.

this was our third time there, and it's going to be difficult to want to go anywhere else when we're in the area.
Thank you Tim and bucky!

SO bucky you had a Fred Finstone dinner? Please PM me the skinny on this place you ate. Is it in Scots Run? We go to the Crossings outlet Mall sometimes. It's a nice drive. We stop at the Cracker Barrel at exit 30 Mt. Arlington then into PA.
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