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Old 09-10-2004, 09:08 AM   #81
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Having Fried Smelt at the Bluebird Restaurant in Leland, Michigan. Can't get smelt in Vegas where we live so we get our fill during the summer here in Michigan.
I am heading for Scotties Fish and Chips in Detroit soon. Yummy :!: Been gettin Fish and Chips from there for 45 years.
Where is Scotties? We're heading down to Detroit for a few days next week and would like to know more about this place. Apparently it's pretty good or you wouldn't have gone there for so many years. It's so hard to find a good fish and chips place, (good by MY standards that is) so let me know where this place is.
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Old 09-10-2004, 10:07 AM   #82
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maybe a chicken blt salad from wendy's
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Old 09-10-2004, 10:49 AM   #83
 
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mmm..sounds good middie.. I love Wendy's.. they have the best chili too! Vegas, excuse my ignorance.. I have heard of smelt, but what is it?

I don't know what I'm having for lunch yet.. didn't even have breakfast yet.. doing some work at home.. been sitting at this computer since 6 am.. starting to develop bug eyes!
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Old 09-10-2004, 01:45 PM   #84
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Having Fried Smelt at the Bluebird Restaurant in Leland, Michigan. Can't get smelt in Vegas where we live so we get our fill during the summer here in Michigan.
I am heading for Scotties Fish and Chips in Detroit soon. Yummy :!: Been gettin Fish and Chips from there for 45 years.
Where is Scotties? We're heading down to Detroit for a few days next week and would like to know more about this place. Apparently it's pretty good or you wouldn't have gone there for so many years. It's so hard to find a good fish and chips place, (good by MY standards that is) so let me know where this place is.
Ok.....you need to know a couple things first. This place is located in what was once a nice community. Now it is a burned out community(literally) full of crack heads,dope dealers,and prostitutes. It is take out only. I highly Recommend that you go to Hopes Fish and Chips instead. It is in a nice neighborhood and you can eat there.

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Old 09-10-2004, 02:03 PM   #85
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Hey VegasDramaQueen...........If you want to go upscale, try some great steaks,and maybe rub elbows with celebrities go here. I have gone here since 1968. Its across the street from the Motor City Casino and just a couple minutes from Greektown. I highly recommend you check out Greektown. Best Pizza....
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How much does a school lunch cost nowdays?
I think ours costs $1.75 for high school, and if you want extras, just wait til everyone else is done getting their first helping, you just take your tray back up there, pay 50 cents, and they'll fill your tray with whatever ya want. Pretty good deal. And extra drinks are 25 cents.
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1.75 here in Michigan.
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I skipped lunch so I could have a thick crust Pizza tonight :!:
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BLT and Menudo(tripe soup) with hot sauce.
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Going to a Baby Shower today at Bravas. Never been there so I don't know what I'll be having..........more to follow.
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