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Old 07-12-2012, 03:24 PM   #11
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Thanks alot for your feedback and contribution. The Meatball Hero from Brooklyn sounds quite tempting ...

I used to travel via subway to a pizzeria, hole in the wall near Brooklyn College on Avenue J which prepared a pizza to die for and meatball heroes, worthy to remember ...

Leaving for Puglia, 7am Friday.

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Ciao, Margaux Cintrano.
Too bad you missed the Italian eateries around McDonald Ave and 18th Ave in Brooklyn. They're all gone now.
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Old 07-12-2012, 03:27 PM   #12
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Thanks alot for your feedback and contribution. The Meatball Hero from Brooklyn sounds quite tempting ...

I used to travel via subway to a pizzeria, hole in the wall near Brooklyn College on Avenue J which prepared a pizza to die for and meatball heroes, worthy to remember ...

Leaving for Puglia, 7am Friday.

SUMMER PLANS ?

All my best,
Ciao, Margaux Cintrano.
Too bad you probably missed the Italian eateries that used to be around McDonald Ave and 18th Ave. The neighborhood has changed and they're all gone now.
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Old 07-12-2012, 04:02 PM   #13
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No wonder NY is so messed up; the people there are eating their “heroes”….
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Old 07-12-2012, 04:36 PM   #14
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Would be that the only problem with our politicians was that they were meatballs / meatheads (think Michael Stivic).
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Old 07-12-2012, 04:37 PM   #15
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From this Marylanders point of view it's about the soft crab and not the spices. I like them with simply a little salt & pepper in the flour.
For the bread I'd go with an Italian roll. Maybe,just maybe I'd put a dab of Mayo on it. But chances are I'd just eat the crab before it even had a chance to see the bread.

For a sub I like Ham,Salami(your choice),Cheese(again your choice),and lettuce.
EVOO on the Italian roll. Or Mustard & Mayo. If the latter is the choice then I'll want pickels. Either Dill or Bread & Butter.
Trust me the crab is not lost in a Po Boy. I like soft-shells just pan sauted as well. I prefer Maryland style crab soup and I certainly prefer steamed hard-shells over boiled. The point of my post was, you can call a sandwich a Po Boy, but IMHO, if it ain't spicy, has remoulade and dressed, it ain't real! I hope this isn't deja Vu!
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Old 07-12-2012, 05:20 PM   #16
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Trust me the crab is not lost in a Po Boy. I like soft-shells just pan sauted as well. I prefer Maryland style crab soup and I certainly prefer steamed hard-shells over boiled. The point of my post was, you can call a sandwich a Po Boy, but IMHO, if it ain't spicy, has remoulade and dressed, it ain't real! I hope this isn't deja Vu!
You be from NYC or Phily?
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You be from NYC or Phily?
I be a native Floridian. Very rare species here. Don't rekalect venturing above the Mason-Dixon often. Only passed through your neck-o-the woods airports on the way to Europe. What does NYC or Phily have in common with a NOLA created sandwich?
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I be a native Floridian. Very rare species here. Don't rekalect venturing above the Mason-Dixon often. Only passed through your neck-o-the woods airports on the way to Europe. What does NYC or Phily have in common with a NOLA created sandwich?
Has something to do with the OP's subject.
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Has something to do with the OP's subject.
Since the thread was already taken off-topic before I posted, whats your point?
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Old 07-12-2012, 05:59 PM   #20
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Since the thread was already taken off-topic before I posted, whats your point?
Duh, you should start a thread about swimming with alligators?
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