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Old 06-07-2015, 02:27 PM   #71
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I'd love to hear what you think about it!
I will report back! We talked about it yesterday and decided to go down on Saturday, July 11 and spend the night; it's only about three hours from us. I checked their Facebook page and they have wine tastings on Saturdays from 2-5 p.m. We're also going to hit The Boiler Room for lunch. I was just reading reviews on Yelp and can't wait to try the Southern Poutine - pulled pork, gravy, cheese curds and french fries.
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Old 06-07-2015, 02:38 PM   #72
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...We're going to Oak Island, NC, in July where my mom rented a house for us and other family members. We're going to try to arrange to have a meal there, probably on the way back since it's closed on Sundays and Mondays.
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I checked the menu - pretty decent pricing, considering the offerings. Checked how a stop would fit in when we head back from FL this November - would add a total of about 50 miles, which is doable. It would be fun to stop, but we'd have to cool our heels somewhere along the way since I wanted to spend a day or two in Savannah on the way back and that "Closed Sunday/Monday" thing puts a wrench in the works. A lot depends on how flexible the budget is right then. Whatever we do, I'm definitely looking forward to your review of the restaurant.
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Old 06-07-2015, 08:18 PM   #73
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And that has been said right here in our forum. Even here in New England. You can find so many different ways to make clam chowder. There is not one way to make any dish except a glass of tap water.

That is a very interesting show.
And this is the proper way to make a glass of water:
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Old 06-07-2015, 10:59 PM   #74
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Thank you powerplantop. Copied and pasted. I have been hunting for a good recipe for years. It will be placed in the locked file with the recipe of "How They Made The Appearance Of Being Beamed Up" on Star Trek.

I was thinking of trying to make it, but I was afraid anyone near me might get caught and sent into space.
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Thank you powerplantop. Copied and pasted. I have been hunting for a good recipe for years. It will be placed in the locked file with the recipe of "How They Made The Appearance Of Being Beamed Up" on Star Trek.

I was thinking of trying to make it, but I was afraid anyone near me might get caught and sent into space.
LOL.

They have a great series on how to make traditional drinks. Love the series then for an April Fools joke they did this one.
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Thanks PPO, I filed this away with my recipe for making ice!
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Thanks PPO, I filed this away with my recipe for making ice!
It takes several hours this way but so worth it, especially with the room temperature ice!
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