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Come Back to RFC Jerry!
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Steve Wertz
2007-07-23 03:00:38 UTC
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Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?

ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!

-sw
kilikini
2007-07-23 03:34:14 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
-sw
I was about 15 when I had my first Arby's Chicken Cordon Blue sandwich. I
had never heard of one before that, but it sounded good and I tried it. It
was decent! I've made them for myself ever since.

kili
Steve Wertz
2007-07-23 03:54:19 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
I was about 15 when I had my first Arby's Chicken Cordon Blue sandwich. I
had never heard of one before that, but it sounded good and I tried it. It
was decent! I've made them for myself ever since.
I thought this was a new sandwich. Or else you're only 18, which
come to think of it, you do kinda look 18. Yeah - yeah - that's
it!

-sw
kilikini
2007-07-23 05:23:45 UTC
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Post by kilikini
Post by Steve Wertz
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
I was about 15 when I had my first Arby's Chicken Cordon Blue
sandwich. I had never heard of one before that, but it sounded good
and I tried it. It was decent! I've made them for myself ever
since.
I thought this was a new sandwich. Or else you're only 18, which
come to think of it, you do kinda look 18. Yeah - yeah - that's
it!
-sw
God bless you, my friend. :~)

kili
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-23 08:43:56 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
-sw
Dammit, Steve, if you had any type of brain at all you would know that Fast
Food is OFFT-TOPIC at that group, and that is why I don't post there,
because fast-food is my main area of expertise. I only read there
occaisionally to get advice and to see what your up to over there, and
sometimes compulsiveness is stronger then my common sense and I end up
replying to your non-sense there.

However I WILL take your advice and try the Arby's sandwich tomorow. Is
there a particular side item and soft drink you would recomend to go with
it?

Peace,

Jerry
kilikini
2007-07-23 14:00:22 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
-sw
Dammit, Steve, if you had any type of brain at all you would know
that Fast Food is OFFT-TOPIC at that group, and that is why I don't
post there, because fast-food is my main area of expertise. I only
read there occaisionally to get advice and to see what your up to
over there, and sometimes compulsiveness is stronger then my common
sense and I end up replying to your non-sense there.
However I WILL take your advice and try the Arby's sandwich tomorow.
Is there a particular side item and soft drink you would recomend to
go with it?
Peace,
Jerry
It's been a few years since the last time I had the chicken cordon bleu
sandwich, but I remember really liking it. Back then, they only had a
breaded chicken patty option, but from their website I can see that they now
have a grilled chicken breast, too. Go for the breaded one, if you like
fried chicken breasts.

For sides, I'd personally get a salad because the sandwich doesn't have any
extras on it. It's just chicken, ham, cheese and some sort of sauce on a
sesame seed bun. If you're not in the mood for a salad (like, if you're
eating in your car a salad just isn't a good option) they have mozzarella
sticks or curly fries. You might want to try those.

Anyway, if you go to Arby's and get one or these sandwiches, please give us
a report!

kili
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-24 08:16:29 UTC
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Post by kilikini
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
-sw
Dammit, Steve, if you had any type of brain at all you would know
that Fast Food is OFFT-TOPIC at that group, and that is why I don't
post there, because fast-food is my main area of expertise. I only
read there occaisionally to get advice and to see what your up to
over there, and sometimes compulsiveness is stronger then my common
sense and I end up replying to your non-sense there.
However I WILL take your advice and try the Arby's sandwich tomorow.
Is there a particular side item and soft drink you would recomend to
go with it?
Peace,
Jerry
It's been a few years since the last time I had the chicken cordon bleu
sandwich, but I remember really liking it. Back then, they only had a
breaded chicken patty option, but from their website I can see that they now
have a grilled chicken breast, too. Go for the breaded one, if you like
fried chicken breasts.
For sides, I'd personally get a salad because the sandwich doesn't have any
extras on it. It's just chicken, ham, cheese and some sort of sauce on a
sesame seed bun. If you're not in the mood for a salad (like, if you're
eating in your car a salad just isn't a good option) they have mozzarella
sticks or curly fries. You might want to try those.
Anyway, if you go to Arby's and get one or these sandwiches, please give us
a report!
kili
Unfortunetly, I didn't go to Arby's today. I didn't have time to try
anything new today so I went to Jimmy John's. I drank quite a bit yesterday
and ended up sleeping in. Tomorow doesn't look good either because I have a
haircut appointment. Maybe wednesday.
Steve Wertz
2007-07-24 11:49:52 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Unfortunetly, I didn't go to Arby's today. I didn't have time to try
anything new today so I went to Jimmy John's. I drank quite a bit yesterday
and ended up sleeping in. Tomorow doesn't look good either because I have a
haircut appointment. Maybe wednesday.
We've seen you hair, Jerry. You can't possibly convince us you
have a professional cutting your hair. Unless maybe you're
having your pubes styled.

-sw
kilikini
2007-07-24 18:54:49 UTC
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Post by kilikini
It's been a few years since the last time I had the chicken cordon
bleu sandwich, but I remember really liking it. Back then, they
only had a breaded chicken patty option, but from their website I
can see that they now have a grilled chicken breast, too. Go for
the breaded one, if you like fried chicken breasts.
For sides, I'd personally get a salad because the sandwich doesn't
have any extras on it. It's just chicken, ham, cheese and some sort
of sauce on a sesame seed bun. If you're not in the mood for a
salad (like, if you're eating in your car a salad just isn't a good
option) they have mozzarella sticks or curly fries. You might want
to try those.
Anyway, if you go to Arby's and get one or these sandwiches, please
give us a report!
kili
Unfortunetly, I didn't go to Arby's today. I didn't have time to try
anything new today so I went to Jimmy John's. I drank quite a bit
yesterday and ended up sleeping in. Tomorow doesn't look good either
because I have a haircut appointment. Maybe wednesday.
I had never heard of Jimmy John's so I did an online search. Their menu
sounds great! It seems much better than Subway or Quiznos. In your
opinion, how do the sandwiches compare, and what are the prices like? I'm
curious as well, as to which sandwich you ordered? I don't think I could
choose! What other sub place has avocado, fresh cucumber and sprouts?

If I ever get up that way again (only in summer, mind you), I'll have to
check this place out.

kili
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-26 07:36:53 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
It's been a few years since the last time I had the chicken cordon
bleu sandwich, but I remember really liking it. Back then, they
only had a breaded chicken patty option, but from their website I
can see that they now have a grilled chicken breast, too. Go for
the breaded one, if you like fried chicken breasts.
For sides, I'd personally get a salad because the sandwich doesn't
have any extras on it. It's just chicken, ham, cheese and some sort
of sauce on a sesame seed bun. If you're not in the mood for a
salad (like, if you're eating in your car a salad just isn't a good
option) they have mozzarella sticks or curly fries. You might want
to try those.
Anyway, if you go to Arby's and get one or these sandwiches, please
give us a report!
kili
Unfortunetly, I didn't go to Arby's today. I didn't have time to try
anything new today so I went to Jimmy John's. I drank quite a bit
yesterday and ended up sleeping in. Tomorow doesn't look good either
because I have a haircut appointment. Maybe wednesday.
I had never heard of Jimmy John's so I did an online search. Their menu
sounds great! It seems much better than Subway or Quiznos. In your
opinion, how do the sandwiches compare, and what are the prices like? I'm
curious as well, as to which sandwich you ordered? I don't think I could
choose! What other sub place has avocado, fresh cucumber and sprouts?
If I ever get up that way again (only in summer, mind you), I'll have to
check this place out.
kili
I only eat one sub there, Number 5. All the others have mayo on it. Sorry.
kilikini
2007-07-26 08:34:48 UTC
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Post by kilikini
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
It's been a few years since the last time I had the chicken cordon
bleu sandwich, but I remember really liking it. Back then, they
only had a breaded chicken patty option, but from their website I
can see that they now have a grilled chicken breast, too. Go for
the breaded one, if you like fried chicken breasts.
For sides, I'd personally get a salad because the sandwich doesn't
have any extras on it. It's just chicken, ham, cheese and some
sort of sauce on a sesame seed bun. If you're not in the mood for
a salad (like, if you're eating in your car a salad just isn't a
good option) they have mozzarella sticks or curly fries. You
might want to try those.
Anyway, if you go to Arby's and get one or these sandwiches, please
give us a report!
kili
Unfortunetly, I didn't go to Arby's today. I didn't have time to
try anything new today so I went to Jimmy John's. I drank quite a
bit yesterday and ended up sleeping in. Tomorow doesn't look good
either because I have a haircut appointment. Maybe wednesday.
I had never heard of Jimmy John's so I did an online search. Their
menu sounds great! It seems much better than Subway or Quiznos. In
your opinion, how do the sandwiches compare, and what are the prices
like? I'm curious as well, as to which sandwich you ordered? I
don't think I could choose! What other sub place has avocado, fresh
cucumber and sprouts?
If I ever get up that way again (only in summer, mind you), I'll
have to check this place out.
kili
I only eat one sub there, Number 5. All the others have mayo on it.
Sorry.
The number 5 sounds great. Do they do an oil and vinegar dressing? In any
case, can't you ask for no mayo on a sandwich or are there no substitutions?

kili <---- curious
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-27 07:32:32 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
It's been a few years since the last time I had the chicken cordon
bleu sandwich, but I remember really liking it. Back then, they
only had a breaded chicken patty option, but from their website I
can see that they now have a grilled chicken breast, too. Go for
the breaded one, if you like fried chicken breasts.
For sides, I'd personally get a salad because the sandwich doesn't
have any extras on it. It's just chicken, ham, cheese and some
sort of sauce on a sesame seed bun. If you're not in the mood for
a salad (like, if you're eating in your car a salad just isn't a
good option) they have mozzarella sticks or curly fries. You
might want to try those.
Anyway, if you go to Arby's and get one or these sandwiches, please
give us a report!
kili
Unfortunetly, I didn't go to Arby's today. I didn't have time to
try anything new today so I went to Jimmy John's. I drank quite a
bit yesterday and ended up sleeping in. Tomorow doesn't look good
either because I have a haircut appointment. Maybe wednesday.
I had never heard of Jimmy John's so I did an online search. Their
menu sounds great! It seems much better than Subway or Quiznos. In
your opinion, how do the sandwiches compare, and what are the prices
like? I'm curious as well, as to which sandwich you ordered? I
don't think I could choose! What other sub place has avocado, fresh
cucumber and sprouts?
If I ever get up that way again (only in summer, mind you), I'll
have to check this place out.
kili
I only eat one sub there, Number 5. All the others have mayo on it.
Sorry.
The number 5 sounds great. Do they do an oil and vinegar dressing? In any
case, can't you ask for no mayo on a sandwich or are there no
substitutions?
Post by kilikini
kili <---- curious
I think so, or it's a special dressing. It's delicious. I suppose I could
ask for no mayo for the other sandwiches, but why when I could have the #5
without it already. I only go there at the most once a week so I won't get
sick of it anytime soon. Maybe I'll take your suggestion next time I go
there, just to try it.
Steve Wertz
2007-07-26 23:16:49 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
I only eat one sub there, Number 5. All the others have mayo on it. Sorry.
You do know you can order sandwiches without mayo, right? Just
like you order your burgers without onion.

You have what we call "food phobias", Jerry. I've never seen
anybody so obsessed with one type of food, yet so afraid to try
anything else.

-sw
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-27 07:34:11 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
I only eat one sub there, Number 5. All the others have mayo on it.
Sorry.
Post by Steve Wertz
You do know you can order sandwiches without mayo, right? Just
like you order your burgers without onion.
You have what we call "food phobias", Jerry. I've never seen
anybody so obsessed with one type of food, yet so afraid to try
anything else.
-sw
Then you need to get out of your house a little more often obviously.
Steve Wertz
2007-07-27 13:52:08 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
You do know you can order sandwiches without mayo, right? Just
like you order your burgers without onion.
You have what we call "food phobias", Jerry. I've never seen
anybody so obsessed with one type of food, yet so afraid to try
anything else.
Then you need to get out of your house a little more often obviously.
Huh? Was that supposed to make any sort of sense?

ObFood: I just checked my homemade ginger beer. Never use glass
bottles as it's hard to determine how much fermentation and
carbonation have taken place. I'm now covered in Ginger Beer.

-sw
jmcquown
2007-07-29 15:39:36 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
I only eat one sub there, Number 5. All the others have mayo on
it. Sorry.
You do know you can order sandwiches without mayo, right? Just
like you order your burgers without onion.
You have what we call "food phobias", Jerry. I've never seen
anybody so obsessed with one type of food, yet so afraid to try
anything else.
-sw
Then you need to get out of your house a little more often obviously.
What a MAROON! Sheesh, Jerry if you'd get your butt out of a fast food
drive through someone might actually take you seriously. Maybe. Might.
Probably not. Go enjoy your Whopper or whatever it is they are serving at
Subway these days. And to whoever welcomed you back to RFC, may a thousand
camels crap on your car.

Jill
Dan
2007-07-24 23:07:38 UTC
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Post by kilikini
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
-sw
Dammit, Steve, if you had any type of brain at all you would know
that Fast Food is OFFT-TOPIC at that group, and that is why I don't
post there, because fast-food is my main area of expertise. I only
read there occaisionally to get advice and to see what your up to
over there, and sometimes compulsiveness is stronger then my common
sense and I end up replying to your non-sense there.
However I WILL take your advice and try the Arby's sandwich tomorow.
Is there a particular side item and soft drink you would recomend to
go with it?
Peace,
Jerry
It's been a few years since the last time I had the chicken cordon bleu
sandwich, but I remember really liking it. Back then, they only had a
breaded chicken patty option, but from their website I can see that they
now
Post by kilikini
have a grilled chicken breast, too. Go for the breaded one, if you like
fried chicken breasts.
For sides, I'd personally get a salad because the sandwich doesn't have
any
Post by kilikini
extras on it. It's just chicken, ham, cheese and some sort of sauce on a
sesame seed bun. If you're not in the mood for a salad (like, if you're
eating in your car a salad just isn't a good option) they have mozzarella
sticks or curly fries. You might want to try those.
Anyway, if you go to Arby's and get one or these sandwiches, please give
us
Post by kilikini
a report!
kili
Unfortunetly, I didn't go to Arby's today. I didn't have time to try
anything new today so I went to Jimmy John's. I drank quite a bit yesterday
and ended up sleeping in. Tomorow doesn't look good either because I have a
haircut appointment. Maybe wednesday.
How long do your haircuts take? I'm in and out in 30 minutes - tops!

Dan
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-26 07:38:56 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
-sw
Dammit, Steve, if you had any type of brain at all you would know
that Fast Food is OFFT-TOPIC at that group, and that is why I don't
post there, because fast-food is my main area of expertise. I only
read there occaisionally to get advice and to see what your up to
over there, and sometimes compulsiveness is stronger then my common
sense and I end up replying to your non-sense there.
However I WILL take your advice and try the Arby's sandwich tomorow.
Is there a particular side item and soft drink you would recomend to
go with it?
Peace,
Jerry
It's been a few years since the last time I had the chicken cordon bleu
sandwich, but I remember really liking it. Back then, they only had a
breaded chicken patty option, but from their website I can see that they
now
Post by kilikini
have a grilled chicken breast, too. Go for the breaded one, if you like
fried chicken breasts.
For sides, I'd personally get a salad because the sandwich doesn't have
any
Post by kilikini
extras on it. It's just chicken, ham, cheese and some sort of sauce on a
sesame seed bun. If you're not in the mood for a salad (like, if you're
eating in your car a salad just isn't a good option) they have mozzarella
sticks or curly fries. You might want to try those.
Anyway, if you go to Arby's and get one or these sandwiches, please give
us
Post by kilikini
a report!
kili
Unfortunetly, I didn't go to Arby's today. I didn't have time to try
anything new today so I went to Jimmy John's. I drank quite a bit yesterday
and ended up sleeping in. Tomorow doesn't look good either because I have a
haircut appointment. Maybe wednesday.
How long do your haircuts take? I'm in and out in 30 minutes - tops!
Dan
Well yeah, but you still have to get up, change, eat something, shower,
drive there, drive home.
Dan
2007-07-26 23:55:37 UTC
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Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
-sw
Dammit, Steve, if you had any type of brain at all you would know
that Fast Food is OFFT-TOPIC at that group, and that is why I don't
post there, because fast-food is my main area of expertise. I only
read there occaisionally to get advice and to see what your up to
over there, and sometimes compulsiveness is stronger then my common
sense and I end up replying to your non-sense there.
However I WILL take your advice and try the Arby's sandwich tomorow.
Is there a particular side item and soft drink you would recomend to
go with it?
Peace,
Jerry
It's been a few years since the last time I had the chicken cordon bleu
sandwich, but I remember really liking it. Back then, they only had a
breaded chicken patty option, but from their website I can see that
they
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
now
Post by kilikini
have a grilled chicken breast, too. Go for the breaded one, if you
like
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
fried chicken breasts.
For sides, I'd personally get a salad because the sandwich doesn't have
any
Post by kilikini
extras on it. It's just chicken, ham, cheese and some sort of sauce on
a
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
sesame seed bun. If you're not in the mood for a salad (like, if
you're
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
eating in your car a salad just isn't a good option) they have
mozzarella
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
sticks or curly fries. You might want to try those.
Anyway, if you go to Arby's and get one or these sandwiches, please
give
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
us
Post by kilikini
a report!
kili
Unfortunetly, I didn't go to Arby's today. I didn't have time to try
anything new today so I went to Jimmy John's. I drank quite a bit
yesterday
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
and ended up sleeping in. Tomorow doesn't look good either because I
have a
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
haircut appointment. Maybe wednesday.
How long do your haircuts take? I'm in and out in 30 minutes - tops!
Dan
Well yeah, but you still have to get up, change, eat something, shower,
drive there, drive home.
OK...that might take up an entire day, I guess.

Did you get there Wednesday?

Dan
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-27 07:36:01 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
-sw
Dammit, Steve, if you had any type of brain at all you would know
that Fast Food is OFFT-TOPIC at that group, and that is why I don't
post there, because fast-food is my main area of expertise. I only
read there occaisionally to get advice and to see what your up to
over there, and sometimes compulsiveness is stronger then my common
sense and I end up replying to your non-sense there.
However I WILL take your advice and try the Arby's sandwich tomorow.
Is there a particular side item and soft drink you would recomend to
go with it?
Peace,
Jerry
It's been a few years since the last time I had the chicken cordon bleu
sandwich, but I remember really liking it. Back then, they only had a
breaded chicken patty option, but from their website I can see that
they
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
now
Post by kilikini
have a grilled chicken breast, too. Go for the breaded one, if you
like
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
fried chicken breasts.
For sides, I'd personally get a salad because the sandwich doesn't have
any
Post by kilikini
extras on it. It's just chicken, ham, cheese and some sort of sauce on
a
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
sesame seed bun. If you're not in the mood for a salad (like, if
you're
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
eating in your car a salad just isn't a good option) they have
mozzarella
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
sticks or curly fries. You might want to try those.
Anyway, if you go to Arby's and get one or these sandwiches, please
give
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
us
Post by kilikini
a report!
kili
Unfortunetly, I didn't go to Arby's today. I didn't have time to try
anything new today so I went to Jimmy John's. I drank quite a bit
yesterday
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
and ended up sleeping in. Tomorow doesn't look good either because I
have a
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
haircut appointment. Maybe wednesday.
How long do your haircuts take? I'm in and out in 30 minutes - tops!
Dan
Well yeah, but you still have to get up, change, eat something, shower,
drive there, drive home.
OK...that might take up an entire day, I guess.
Did you get there Wednesday?
Dan
No, I forgot. And I can't go tomorow because I have to do laundry.
Dan
2007-07-27 23:04:15 UTC
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Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
-sw
Dammit, Steve, if you had any type of brain at all you would know
that Fast Food is OFFT-TOPIC at that group, and that is why I don't
post there, because fast-food is my main area of expertise. I only
read there occaisionally to get advice and to see what your up to
over there, and sometimes compulsiveness is stronger then my common
sense and I end up replying to your non-sense there.
However I WILL take your advice and try the Arby's sandwich tomorow.
Is there a particular side item and soft drink you would recomend to
go with it?
Peace,
Jerry
It's been a few years since the last time I had the chicken cordon
bleu
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sandwich, but I remember really liking it. Back then, they only had
a
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breaded chicken patty option, but from their website I can see that
they
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now
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have a grilled chicken breast, too. Go for the breaded one, if you
like
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fried chicken breasts.
For sides, I'd personally get a salad because the sandwich doesn't
have
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any
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extras on it. It's just chicken, ham, cheese and some sort of sauce
on
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a
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sesame seed bun. If you're not in the mood for a salad (like, if
you're
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eating in your car a salad just isn't a good option) they have
mozzarella
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sticks or curly fries. You might want to try those.
Anyway, if you go to Arby's and get one or these sandwiches, please
give
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us
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a report!
kili
Unfortunetly, I didn't go to Arby's today. I didn't have time to try
anything new today so I went to Jimmy John's. I drank quite a bit
yesterday
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and ended up sleeping in. Tomorow doesn't look good either because I
have a
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haircut appointment. Maybe wednesday.
How long do your haircuts take? I'm in and out in 30 minutes - tops!
Dan
Well yeah, but you still have to get up, change, eat something, shower,
drive there, drive home.
OK...that might take up an entire day, I guess.
Did you get there Wednesday?
Dan
No, I forgot. And I can't go tomorow because I have to do laundry.
There are maid services that will clean your house and do your laundry.
It's only a few hundred dollars a month.

Dan
Billy Bong Thornton
2007-07-28 17:33:40 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Well yeah, but you still have to get up, change, eat something,
shower, drive there, drive home.
OK...that might take up an entire day, I guess.
Did you get there Wednesday?
Dan
No, I forgot. And I can't go tomorow because I have to do laundry.
There are maid services that will clean your house and do your
laundry. It's only a few hundred dollars a month.
Dan
That's mean, Dan. Jerry works as a janitor at a hospital. He can't afford
a real vehicle, much less maid service. On top of that I'd think Jerry
would be too shy to let anyone outside of his immediate family see him in
his double-wide.- Or his trailer either...
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-29 07:29:30 UTC
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Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
-sw
Dammit, Steve, if you had any type of brain at all you would know
that Fast Food is OFFT-TOPIC at that group, and that is why I don't
post there, because fast-food is my main area of expertise. I only
read there occaisionally to get advice and to see what your up to
over there, and sometimes compulsiveness is stronger then my common
sense and I end up replying to your non-sense there.
However I WILL take your advice and try the Arby's sandwich tomorow.
Is there a particular side item and soft drink you would recomend to
go with it?
Peace,
Jerry
It's been a few years since the last time I had the chicken cordon
bleu
Post by Dan
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
sandwich, but I remember really liking it. Back then, they only had
a
Post by Dan
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
breaded chicken patty option, but from their website I can see that
they
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now
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have a grilled chicken breast, too. Go for the breaded one, if you
like
Post by Dan
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fried chicken breasts.
For sides, I'd personally get a salad because the sandwich doesn't
have
Post by Dan
Post by Steve Wertz
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Post by Jerry Sauk
any
Post by kilikini
extras on it. It's just chicken, ham, cheese and some sort of sauce
on
Post by Dan
Post by Steve Wertz
a
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
sesame seed bun. If you're not in the mood for a salad (like, if
you're
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
eating in your car a salad just isn't a good option) they have
mozzarella
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by kilikini
sticks or curly fries. You might want to try those.
Anyway, if you go to Arby's and get one or these sandwiches, please
give
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
us
Post by kilikini
a report!
kili
Unfortunetly, I didn't go to Arby's today. I didn't have time to try
anything new today so I went to Jimmy John's. I drank quite a bit
yesterday
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Post by Jerry Sauk
and ended up sleeping in. Tomorow doesn't look good either because I
have a
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
haircut appointment. Maybe wednesday.
How long do your haircuts take? I'm in and out in 30 minutes - tops!
Dan
Well yeah, but you still have to get up, change, eat something, shower,
drive there, drive home.
OK...that might take up an entire day, I guess.
Did you get there Wednesday?
Dan
No, I forgot. And I can't go tomorow because I have to do laundry.
There are maid services that will clean your house and do your laundry.
It's only a few hundred dollars a month.
Dan
Pfft, I got a better service, called my brothers.
Steve Wertz
2007-07-27 03:39:54 UTC
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Well yeah, but you still have to get up, change, eat something, shower,
drive there, drive home.
You sleep in your clothes and drive naked?

-sw
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-27 07:37:27 UTC
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Well yeah, but you still have to get up, change, eat something, shower,
drive there, drive home.
You sleep in your clothes and drive naked?
-sw
Well, if you read my entire post you would see that I INCLUDED CHANGE on the
list of stuff to do.
Steve Wertz
2007-07-27 14:01:20 UTC
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Well yeah, but you still have to get up, change, eat something, shower,
drive there, drive home.
You sleep in your clothes and drive naked?
Well, if you read my entire post you would see that I INCLUDED CHANGE on the
list of stuff to do.
But you said you did that before you got in the shower.

Oh - I get it. You shower with your clothes on! I guess that
makes sense since as soon as you get out of the shower you might
catch a glimpse of your naked body in the mirror. Good thinking!

-sw
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-29 07:30:11 UTC
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Well yeah, but you still have to get up, change, eat something, shower,
drive there, drive home.
You sleep in your clothes and drive naked?
Well, if you read my entire post you would see that I INCLUDED CHANGE on the
list of stuff to do.
But you said you did that before you got in the shower.
Oh - I get it. You shower with your clothes on! I guess that
makes sense since as soon as you get out of the shower you might
catch a glimpse of your naked body in the mirror. Good thinking!
-sw
Your an idiot, and a troll.
Steve Wertz
2007-07-23 17:17:09 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
-sw
Dammit, Steve, if you had any type of brain at all you would know that Fast
Food is OFFT-TOPIC at that group, and that is why I don't post there
That hasn't stopped you from stalking me there.
Post by Jerry Sauk
because fast-food is my main area of expertise.
"expertise" <snork>. Is that more or less prestigious than being
a masturbator extraordinare?
Post by Jerry Sauk
I only read there
occaisionally to get advice and to see what your up to over there, and
sometimes compulsiveness is stronger then my common sense and I end up
replying to your non-sense there.
If that;s your way of saying "I love you", then I'll tell you
right now that you're too good for me, Jerry. You deserve
someone better.
Post by Jerry Sauk
However I WILL take your advice and try the Arby's sandwich tomorow. Is
there a particular side item and soft drink you would recomend to go with
it?
This is not like fine dining and wine pairing, Jerry. But for
you... let me think... hmmmm... Ahh, I think I have it! :

Two more Chicken Cordon Blues, two large curly fries, and a large
Diet Pepsi. And a dozen Krispy Kreme for dessert.

-sw
Dan
2007-07-23 23:54:32 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
-sw
Dammit, Steve, if you had any type of brain at all you would know that Fast
Food is OFFT-TOPIC at that group, and that is why I don't post there
That hasn't stopped you from stalking me there.
Post by Jerry Sauk
because fast-food is my main area of expertise.
"expertise" <snork>. Is that more or less prestigious than being
a masturbator extraordinare?
Post by Jerry Sauk
I only read there
occaisionally to get advice and to see what your up to over there, and
sometimes compulsiveness is stronger then my common sense and I end up
replying to your non-sense there.
If that;s your way of saying "I love you", then I'll tell you
right now that you're too good for me, Jerry. You deserve
someone better.
Post by Jerry Sauk
However I WILL take your advice and try the Arby's sandwich tomorow. Is
there a particular side item and soft drink you would recomend to go with
it?
This is not like fine dining and wine pairing, Jerry. But for
Two more Chicken Cordon Blues, two large curly fries, and a large
Diet Pepsi. And a dozen Krispy Kreme for dessert.
-sw
Leve Jerry ahlone. Hees a good guy!
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-24 06:59:46 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
-sw
Dammit, Steve, if you had any type of brain at all you would know that Fast
Food is OFFT-TOPIC at that group, and that is why I don't post there
That hasn't stopped you from stalking me there.
Post by Jerry Sauk
because fast-food is my main area of expertise.
"expertise" <snork>. Is that more or less prestigious than being
a masturbator extraordinare?
Post by Jerry Sauk
I only read there
occaisionally to get advice and to see what your up to over there, and
sometimes compulsiveness is stronger then my common sense and I end up
replying to your non-sense there.
If that;s your way of saying "I love you", then I'll tell you
right now that you're too good for me, Jerry. You deserve
someone better.
Post by Jerry Sauk
However I WILL take your advice and try the Arby's sandwich tomorow.
Is
Post by Dan
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
there a particular side item and soft drink you would recomend to go with
it?
This is not like fine dining and wine pairing, Jerry. But for
Two more Chicken Cordon Blues, two large curly fries, and a large
Diet Pepsi. And a dozen Krispy Kreme for dessert.
-sw
Leve Jerry ahlone. Hees a good guy!
Boinger, is that you?
Dan
2007-07-24 23:17:37 UTC
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Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
-sw
Dammit, Steve, if you had any type of brain at all you would know that
Fast
Post by Dan
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
Food is OFFT-TOPIC at that group, and that is why I don't post there
That hasn't stopped you from stalking me there.
Post by Jerry Sauk
because fast-food is my main area of expertise.
"expertise" <snork>. Is that more or less prestigious than being
a masturbator extraordinare?
Post by Jerry Sauk
I only read there
occaisionally to get advice and to see what your up to over there, and
sometimes compulsiveness is stronger then my common sense and I end up
replying to your non-sense there.
If that;s your way of saying "I love you", then I'll tell you
right now that you're too good for me, Jerry. You deserve
someone better.
Post by Jerry Sauk
However I WILL take your advice and try the Arby's sandwich tomorow.
Is
Post by Dan
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
there a particular side item and soft drink you would recomend to go
with
Post by Dan
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
it?
This is not like fine dining and wine pairing, Jerry. But for
Two more Chicken Cordon Blues, two large curly fries, and a large
Diet Pepsi. And a dozen Krispy Kreme for dessert.
-sw
Leve Jerry ahlone. Hees a good guy!
Boinger, is that you?
No, I was just drinking at the time and my spell check broke (again).

Dan
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-24 08:23:03 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
-sw
Dammit, Steve, if you had any type of brain at all you would know that Fast
Food is OFFT-TOPIC at that group, and that is why I don't post there
That hasn't stopped you from stalking me there.
Dumbass, reading your posts there is not the same as posting off-topic
material there. Surely you knew that.
Post by Steve Wertz
"expertise" <snork>. Is that more or less prestigious than being
a masturbator extraordinare?
It's more, which means I have more prestige then you.
Post by Steve Wertz
If that;s your way of saying "I love you", then I'll tell you
right now that you're too good for me, Jerry.
There blows your giant ego, yet again. I DIDN'T say that I love you.
Post by Steve Wertz
This is not like fine dining and wine pairing, Jerry.
No, it's not, but there still is a special "art" of pairing appropriate
fast foods together. Ever wonder why some restaruants only carry specific
items or beverages? It's because they go WELL with the food.
Post by Steve Wertz
Two more Chicken Cordon Blues, two large curly fries, and a large
Diet Pepsi. And a dozen Krispy Kreme for dessert.
Since it will be my first time trying it, I will only get one, just in
case I don't like it. And I don't believe in diet soda anymore, it tastes
like Yak piss. (and before you say anything real clever like how do I know
Yak piss tastes like, IT'S JUST A FIGURE OF SPEECH.

Don't forget the large Mocha for desert with teh chocolate donuts! :-)
Steve Wertz
2007-07-24 11:54:29 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
No, it's not, but there still is a special "art" of pairing appropriate
fast foods together. Ever wonder why some restaruants only carry specific
items or beverages? It's because they go WELL with the food.
You are truly a master of your specialty. Have you ever though
about becoming a fast-food consultant? Or maybe writing reviews
for the Michelin Guide?

I think they carry specific foods because they're cheap and quick
to make - not because they go well together. When you're serving
burgers, there's really nothing that can't be served with them.
Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad? Why don't they
serve beer?

-sw
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-24 15:42:55 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
No, it's not, but there still is a special "art" of pairing appropriate
fast foods together. Ever wonder why some restaruants only carry specific
items or beverages? It's because they go WELL with the food.
You are truly a master of your specialty.
Yes, I am.
Post by Steve Wertz
Have you ever though
about becoming a fast-food consultant? Or maybe writing reviews
for the Michelin Guide?
No, because I'm not invlolved in the industry. I'm simply a Fast-Food
Fan.
Post by Steve Wertz
When you're serving
burgers, there's really nothing that can't be served with them.
WRONG. Fries go amazingly well with burgers, (and cola), which is why
every fast-food place serves them with the burgers.
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad?
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said, Gee, I'd
sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve beer?
Uhhh.. you know why.
Joseph Littleshoes
2007-07-24 17:52:27 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
No, it's not, but there still is a special "art" of pairing
appropriate
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
fast foods together. Ever wonder why some restaruants only carry
specific
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
items or beverages? It's because they go WELL with the food.
You are truly a master of your specialty.
Yes, I am.
Post by Steve Wertz
Have you ever though
about becoming a fast-food consultant? Or maybe writing reviews
for the Michelin Guide?
No, because I'm not invlolved in the industry. I'm simply a Fast-Food
Fan.
Post by Steve Wertz
When you're serving
burgers, there's really nothing that can't be served with them.
WRONG. Fries go amazingly well with burgers, (and cola), which is why
every fast-food place serves them with the burgers.
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad?
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said, Gee, I'd
sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve beer?
Uhhh.. you know why.
"They" do in Europe, i believe, beer and wine at Mac Donald's in France
and Germany or so i have heard.

Course you probly not going to get a "burger & fries" at a 4 star
European restaurant no matter how complete the wine list.
--
JL
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-24 18:07:52 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
No, it's not, but there still is a special "art" of pairing
appropriate
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
fast foods together. Ever wonder why some restaruants only carry
specific
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
items or beverages? It's because they go WELL with the food.
You are truly a master of your specialty.
Yes, I am.
Post by Steve Wertz
Have you ever though
about becoming a fast-food consultant? Or maybe writing reviews
for the Michelin Guide?
No, because I'm not invlolved in the industry. I'm simply a Fast-Food
Fan.
Post by Steve Wertz
When you're serving
burgers, there's really nothing that can't be served with them.
WRONG. Fries go amazingly well with burgers, (and cola), which is why
every fast-food place serves them with the burgers.
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad?
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said, Gee, I'd
sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve beer?
Uhhh.. you know why.
"They" do in Europe, i believe, beer and wine at Mac Donald's in France
and Germany or so i have heard.
Course you probly not going to get a "burger & fries" at a 4 star
European restaurant no matter how complete the wine list.
--
JL
I never claimed that Fast-food was a four-start restaurant, you imagined
that. I simply said that Burgers, Fries, and Soda go extremely well
together, which is true.
Joseph Littleshoes
2007-07-24 19:00:28 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
No, it's not, but there still is a special "art" of pairing
appropriate
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
fast foods together. Ever wonder why some restaruants only carry
specific
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
items or beverages? It's because they go WELL with the food.
You are truly a master of your specialty.
Yes, I am.
Post by Steve Wertz
Have you ever though
about becoming a fast-food consultant? Or maybe writing reviews
for the Michelin Guide?
No, because I'm not invlolved in the industry. I'm simply a Fast-Food
Fan.
Post by Steve Wertz
When you're serving
burgers, there's really nothing that can't be served with them.
WRONG. Fries go amazingly well with burgers, (and cola), which is
why
Post by Joseph Littleshoes
Post by Jerry Sauk
every fast-food place serves them with the burgers.
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad?
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said, Gee,
I'd
Post by Joseph Littleshoes
Post by Jerry Sauk
sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve beer?
Uhhh.. you know why.
"They" do in Europe, i believe, beer and wine at Mac Donald's in France
and Germany or so i have heard.
Course you probly not going to get a "burger & fries" at a 4 star
European restaurant no matter how complete the wine list.
--
JL
I never claimed that Fast-food was a four-start restaurant, you imagined
that. I simply said that Burgers, Fries, and Soda go extremely well
together, which is true.
*sigh* i never wrote that you did, nor did i "imagine" you even remotely
meant as much, i was merely pointing out that in those European
restaurants (Plaza Athenee, Le Meurice etc.) Americans would expect to
find alcohol they would not find a burger and fries, and that in those
"fast food" places in Europe that do sell burgers and fries (McD's) they
do sell beer and wine, or so i have heard.
--
JL
Vilco
2007-07-25 10:37:52 UTC
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that in those "fast food" places in Europe that do sell burgers and
fries (McD's) they do sell beer and wine, or so i have heard.
Yes, there's always beer on the menu, at least in Italy and Germany, and you
can even substitute it for the drink associated with your McMenu.
Don't know if one can substitute beer for the drink in a happy meal menu,
LOL.

The only kind of fast foods who usually don't sell beer or wine are the ones
owned by muslims, for obvious religious issues, and those where the
alcohol-selling license is too expensive or requires too much adjustments to
the shop. In Amsterdam, for example, almost all of the kebab shops and
oriental fast-eateries are alcohol-free because it's very expensive and,
morevoer, to obtain it one must have more structures than ones who doesn't.
I remember a turkish kebab-shop owner telling me he would need to pay much
more money to the Townhall and have two separated bathrooms, which he hadn't
room for. And you can not bring in beer from the nearby pubs: he would get a
fine and, if caugth a second time, he'd risk to lose his shop license for
increasingly long periods of time. It's not as in Australia where you read
B.Y.O. near wine and beer.
--
Vilco
Think pink, drink rose'
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-26 07:44:36 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Joseph Littleshoes
Course you probly not going to get a "burger & fries" at a 4 star
European restaurant no matter how complete the wine list.
--
JL
I never claimed that Fast-food was a four-start restaurant, you imagined
that. I simply said that Burgers, Fries, and Soda go extremely well
together, which is true.
*sigh* i never wrote that you did, nor did i "imagine" you even remotely
meant as much, i was merely pointing out that in those European
restaurants (Plaza Athenee, Le Meurice etc.) Americans would expect to
find alcohol they would not find a burger and fries, and that in those
"fast food" places in Europe that do sell burgers and fries (McD's) they
do sell beer and wine, or so i have heard.
--
JL
See steve, this why you always include quoated text, because too many people
forget what they had written. JL, read the text at the very top of the
post. Yes, you DID say that I said that it's 4 star.

And BTW yes I've said MANY times here that Alcohol goes VERY well with
fast-food, but then I usually get picked on for it.
Steve Wertz
2007-07-26 17:50:42 UTC
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See steve, this why you always include quoated text, because too many people
forget what they had written. JL, read the text at the very top of the
post. Yes, you DID say that I said that it's 4 star.
And as you have clearly proven time after time, Jerry, your
comprehension skills leave a lot to be desired. He never claimed
you said it was 4-star.
Post by Jerry Sauk
And BTW yes I've said MANY times here that Alcohol goes VERY well with
fast-food, but then I usually get picked on for it.
Which explains some of these postings of yours. You're obviously
drunk as a skunk.

-sw
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-27 07:38:40 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
See steve, this why you always include quoated text, because too many people
forget what they had written. JL, read the text at the very top of the
post. Yes, you DID say that I said that it's 4 star.
And as you have clearly proven time after time, Jerry, your
comprehension skills leave a lot to be desired. He never claimed
you said it was 4-star.
Post by Jerry Sauk
And BTW yes I've said MANY times here that Alcohol goes VERY well with
fast-food, but then I usually get picked on for it.
Which explains some of these postings of yours. You're obviously
drunk as a skunk.
-sw
That post was not directed to you at all, Steve, don't butt in.

Have another Beer.
Steve Wertz
2007-07-27 13:45:56 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
See steve, this why you always include quoated text, because too many
people
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
forget what they had written. JL, read the text at the very top of the
post. Yes, you DID say that I said that it's 4 star.
And as you have clearly proven time after time, Jerry, your
comprehension skills leave a lot to be desired. He never claimed
you said it was 4-star.
Post by Jerry Sauk
And BTW yes I've said MANY times here that Alcohol goes VERY well with
fast-food, but then I usually get picked on for it.
Which explains some of these postings of yours. You're obviously
drunk as a skunk.
That post was not directed to you at all, Steve, don't butt in.
As you can see from my quoting the entire message above, you did
indeed address your post specifically to me.

Let me quote it again for you:

"See steve, this why you always include quoated text, because too
many people forget what they had written"

Irony is your middle name, Mr Sauk.

-sw
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-29 07:31:17 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
See steve, this why you always include quoated text, because too many
people
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
forget what they had written. JL, read the text at the very top of the
post. Yes, you DID say that I said that it's 4 star.
And as you have clearly proven time after time, Jerry, your
comprehension skills leave a lot to be desired. He never claimed
you said it was 4-star.
Post by Jerry Sauk
And BTW yes I've said MANY times here that Alcohol goes VERY well with
fast-food, but then I usually get picked on for it.
Which explains some of these postings of yours. You're obviously
drunk as a skunk.
That post was not directed to you at all, Steve, don't butt in.
As you can see from my quoting the entire message above, you did
indeed address your post specifically to me.
"See steve, this why you always include quoated text, because too
many people forget what they had written"
Irony is your middle name, Mr Sauk.
-sw
And "can't pay attention" is yours, Steve, I started a new thread dirceted
to someone else.
Steve Wertz
2007-07-29 19:54:34 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
That post was not directed to you at all, Steve, don't butt in.
As you can see from my quoting the entire message above, you did
indeed address your post specifically to me.
"See steve, this why you always include quoated text, because too
many people forget what they had written"
Irony is your middle name, Mr Sauk.
And "can't pay attention" is yours, Steve, I started a new thread dirceted
to someone else.
Huh? WTF are you talking about _now_? Never mind.

ObFood: Chile verde, black beans, and sour cream burrito for
lunch today.

-sw
Geoff Miller
2007-07-26 19:35:54 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
See steve, this why you always include quoated text, because
too many people forget what they had written.
Including quoted text is well and good -- but not the entire
friggin' article. Quote relevant passages and respond to them
inline, like I do here. See how neat and tidy it is?
Post by Jerry Sauk
And BTW yes I've said MANY times here that Alcohol goes VERY
well with fast-food, but then I usually get picked on for it.
Don't take any guff from those swine.



Geoff

--
"Where's the omelet?" -- George Orwell
jmcquown
2007-07-27 20:32:41 UTC
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Course you probly not going to get a "burger & fries" at a 4 star
European restaurant no matter how complete the wine list.
--
JL
I never claimed that Fast-food was a four-start restaurant, you
imagined that. I simply said that Burgers, Fries, and Soda go
extremely well together, which is true.
*sigh* i never wrote that you did, nor did i "imagine" you even
remotely meant as much, i was merely pointing out that in those
European restaurants (Plaza Athenee, Le Meurice etc.) Americans
would expect to find alcohol they would not find a burger and fries,
and that in those "fast food" places in Europe that do sell burgers
and fries (McD's) they do sell beer and wine, or so i have heard.
--
JL
See steve, this why you always include quoated text, because too many
people forget what they had written. JL, read the text at the very
top of the post. Yes, you DID say that I said that it's 4 star.
NO, JL did not say fast food places are 4-star. Can you read, Jerry? If
not, allow me to help you with what you so conveniently snipped:

Jerry said: ">>> "They" do in Europe, i believe, beer and wine at Mac
Donald's in France"
JL Said: and Germany or so i have heard.
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Joseph Littleshoes
Course you probly not going to get a "burger & fries" at a 4 star
European restaurant no matter how complete the wine list.
--
JL
JL did NOT at any time claim fast food restaurants on any continent are
4-star restaurants. RIF.

Jill
Dan
2007-07-27 23:23:13 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
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Course you probly not going to get a "burger & fries" at a 4 star
European restaurant no matter how complete the wine list.
--
JL
I never claimed that Fast-food was a four-start restaurant, you
imagined that. I simply said that Burgers, Fries, and Soda go
extremely well together, which is true.
*sigh* i never wrote that you did, nor did i "imagine" you even
remotely meant as much, i was merely pointing out that in those
European restaurants (Plaza Athenee, Le Meurice etc.) Americans
would expect to find alcohol they would not find a burger and fries,
and that in those "fast food" places in Europe that do sell burgers
and fries (McD's) they do sell beer and wine, or so i have heard.
--
JL
See steve, this why you always include quoated text, because too many
people forget what they had written. JL, read the text at the very
top of the post. Yes, you DID say that I said that it's 4 star.
NO, JL did not say fast food places are 4-star. Can you read, Jerry? If
Jerry said: ">>> "They" do in Europe, i believe, beer and wine at Mac
Donald's in France"
JL Said: and Germany or so i have heard.
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Joseph Littleshoes
Course you probly not going to get a "burger & fries" at a 4 star
European restaurant no matter how complete the wine list.
--
JL
JL did NOT at any time claim fast food restaurants on any continent are
4-star restaurants. RIF.
Jill
Ignore the bitch, Jerry. She lives to trash other people from her
double wide in Kentucky.
Billy Bong Thornton
2007-07-28 17:40:45 UTC
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Post by jmcquown
JL did NOT at any time claim fast food restaurants on any continent
are 4-star restaurants. RIF.
Jill
Ignore the bitch, Jerry. She lives to trash other people from her
double wide in Kentucky.
??? Is that her vacation home?
I've heard she resides in government subsidized housing somewhere close to
Arkansas.

At any rate, you're correct, sir...she *is* a first class *CUNT*.
Joseph Littleshoes
2007-07-28 05:22:58 UTC
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Post by Joseph Littleshoes
Course you probly not going to get a "burger & fries" at a 4 star
European restaurant no matter how complete the wine list.
--
JL
I never claimed that Fast-food was a four-start restaurant, you
imagined that. I simply said that Burgers, Fries, and Soda go
extremely well together, which is true.
*sigh* i never wrote that you did, nor did i "imagine" you even
remotely meant as much, i was merely pointing out that in those
European restaurants (Plaza Athenee, Le Meurice etc.) Americans
would expect to find alcohol they would not find a burger and fries,
and that in those "fast food" places in Europe that do sell burgers
and fries (McD's) they do sell beer and wine, or so i have heard.
--
JL
See steve, this why you always include quoated text, because too many
people forget what they had written. JL, read the text at the very
top of the post. Yes, you DID say that I said that it's 4 star.
NO, JL did not say fast food places are 4-star. Can you read, Jerry? If
Jerry said: ">>> "They" do in Europe, i believe, beer and wine at Mac
Donald's in France"
JL Said: and Germany or so i have heard.
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Post by Joseph Littleshoes
Course you probly not going to get a "burger & fries" at a 4 star
European restaurant no matter how complete the wine list.
--
JL
JL did NOT at any time claim fast food restaurants on any continent are
4-star restaurants. RIF.
Jill
The hotel George Cing used to sell a "bookmakers sandwich" (circa 1920)
but usually "to go" when there were racing at Longchamps & Auteuil.

Bookmakers Sandwich
-------------------

This substantial sandwich is favoured by people attending race meetings;
after perusal it will be seen that such a snack could on occasion take
the place of a full meal.

cut off the crusts from the ends of a sandwich loaf leaving at least 2/5
of an inch of bread on them.

Grill a thick steak, well seasoned with salt and pepper; allow it to
cool then spread it with mustard and sprinkle with grated horseradish.
Butter the crusts, put the steak between them and tie up with string.

Wrap in several sheets of clean absorbent paper, place in a press and
tighten it gradually be for leaving it for 30 minutes.

When removed it will be seen that the inside of the sandwich is
saturated with the meat juices which the outside crust has prevented
from escaping.

The string and paper are removed and the sandwich is then wrapped in
greaseproof paper or placed in a box with a lid."
--
JL
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-29 07:33:10 UTC
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Course you probly not going to get a "burger & fries" at a 4 star
European restaurant no matter how complete the wine list.
--
JL
I never claimed that Fast-food was a four-start restaurant, you
imagined that. I simply said that Burgers, Fries, and Soda go
extremely well together, which is true.
*sigh* i never wrote that you did, nor did i "imagine" you even
remotely meant as much, i was merely pointing out that in those
European restaurants (Plaza Athenee, Le Meurice etc.) Americans
would expect to find alcohol they would not find a burger and fries,
and that in those "fast food" places in Europe that do sell burgers
and fries (McD's) they do sell beer and wine, or so i have heard.
--
JL
See steve, this why you always include quoated text, because too many
people forget what they had written. JL, read the text at the very
top of the post. Yes, you DID say that I said that it's 4 star.
NO, JL did not say fast food places are 4-star. Can you read, Jerry? If
Jerry said: ">>> "They" do in Europe, i believe, beer and wine at Mac
Donald's in France"
JL Said: and Germany or so i have heard.
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Joseph Littleshoes
Course you probly not going to get a "burger & fries" at a 4 star
European restaurant no matter how complete the wine list.
--
JL
JL did NOT at any time claim fast food restaurants on any continent are
4-star restaurants. RIF.
Jill
Well he certainly implied it. Let's end the discussion, it's off-topic in
your group.
Joseph Littleshoes
2007-07-29 19:11:15 UTC
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Course you probly not going to get a "burger & fries" at a 4 star
European restaurant no matter how complete the wine list.
--
JL
I never claimed that Fast-food was a four-start restaurant, you
imagined that. I simply said that Burgers, Fries, and Soda go
extremely well together, which is true.
*sigh* i never wrote that you did, nor did i "imagine" you even
remotely meant as much, i was merely pointing out that in those
European restaurants (Plaza Athenee, Le Meurice etc.) Americans
would expect to find alcohol they would not find a burger and fries,
and that in those "fast food" places in Europe that do sell burgers
and fries (McD's) they do sell beer and wine, or so i have heard.
--
JL
See steve, this why you always include quoated text, because too many
people forget what they had written. JL, read the text at the very
top of the post. Yes, you DID say that I said that it's 4 star.
NO, JL did not say fast food places are 4-star. Can you read, Jerry? If
Jerry said: ">>> "They" do in Europe, i believe, beer and wine at Mac
Donald's in France"
JL Said: and Germany or so i have heard.
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Joseph Littleshoes
Course you probly not going to get a "burger & fries" at a 4 star
European restaurant no matter how complete the wine list.
--
JL
JL did NOT at any time claim fast food restaurants on any continent are
4-star restaurants. RIF.
Jill
Well he certainly implied it.
Now your a mind reader? I did not "imply" anything i stated quite
openly that in Europe you can get beer and wine at fast food places and
in 4 star restaurants you would be unlikely to get a burger and fries.

People often misunderstand each other. Especially in such a medium as this.

Have aa nice day.
--
JL

Let's end the discussion, it's off-topic in
Post by Jerry Sauk
your group.
Steve Wertz
2007-07-29 19:56:11 UTC
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Well he certainly implied it. Let's end the discussion, it's off-topic in
your group.
Pairing soft drinks or wine with fast food or chateaubriand is
certainly on-topic.

You just want to give up your baseless argument, as usual.

-sw

sueb
2007-07-25 19:37:15 UTC
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No, it's not, but there still is a special "art" of pairing
appropriate
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fast foods together. Ever wonder why some restaruants only carry
specific
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items or beverages? It's because they go WELL with the food.
You are truly a master of your specialty.
Yes, I am.
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Have you ever though
about becoming a fast-food consultant? Or maybe writing reviews
for the Michelin Guide?
No, because I'm not invlolved in the industry. I'm simply a Fast-Food
Fan.
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When you're serving
burgers, there's really nothing that can't be served with them.
WRONG. Fries go amazingly well with burgers, (and cola), which is why
every fast-food place serves them with the burgers.
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Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad?
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said, Gee, I'd
sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve beer?
Uhhh.. you know why.
"They" do in Europe, i believe, beer and wine at Mac Donald's in France
and Germany or so i have heard.
Course you probly not going to get a "burger & fries" at a 4 star
European restaurant no matter how complete the wine list.
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Bet you can in Belgium! It's the land of pomme frites. The burger
would be called Salisbury steak, though.

Susan B.
Dan
2007-07-24 23:24:46 UTC
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Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad?
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said, Gee, I'd
sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
Potato salad can be found at just about any large cookout. I'm not a
fan but I've seen it on dozens - maybe hundreds - of plates next to a
burger.

It's not portable enough for fast food. Count the fries on the floor of
your Ford Festiva. Now imagine potato salad laden with mayo in its
place. If you thought your car smelled bad now, it would be uninhabitable!

Dan
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-26 07:49:09 UTC
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Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad?
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said, Gee, I'd
sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
Potato salad can be found at just about any large cookout. I'm not a
fan but I've seen it on dozens - maybe hundreds - of plates next to a
burger.
It's not portable enough for fast food. Count the fries on the floor of
your Ford Festiva. Now imagine potato salad laden with mayo in its
place. If you thought your car smelled bad now, it would be
uninhabitable!
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Dan
Would never happen, I HATE mayo. I only ate Potato salad once.. when I was
5 years old, and I only had two bites at a picnic, then put the rest back in
the bowl.

There ARE plenty of foods that are as unportable as potato salad that are
served as Fast-Food... I know, because I eat primarily in my car. If they
served it properly, in a covered dish with a spoon, potato salad would work
JUST FINE, so your logic falls apart. The reason why they don't is because
it doesn't go with burgers as well as fries and pop do.
kilikini
2007-07-26 08:32:00 UTC
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Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad?
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said,
Gee, I'd sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
Potato salad can be found at just about any large cookout. I'm not a
fan but I've seen it on dozens - maybe hundreds - of plates next to a
burger.
It's not portable enough for fast food. Count the fries on the
floor of your Ford Festiva. Now imagine potato salad laden with
mayo in its place. If you thought your car smelled bad now, it
would be uninhabitable!
Dan
Would never happen, I HATE mayo. I only ate Potato salad once.. when
I was 5 years old, and I only had two bites at a picnic, then put the
rest back in the bowl.
(snip)

Jerry, have you ever had German Potato Salad? You must have had that at
some point in your life living in Wisconsin. I grew up on the stuff! It's
a bacon, sugar and vinegar based potato salad. To me, that goes excellently
with a burger or a steak. (Not that any fast food place serves it and if
they did they wouldn't get the recipe right.) It's my all-time favorite
kind of potato salad. I, like you, don't really care for mayo either.
Besides, when you get a mayo based potato salad, it's almost ALL mayo. Hey,
where's the darn potato? No thanks, I'll pass. I make a mean German Potato
salad based on my grandmother's recipe (her mother was from Germany). It's
a good comfort food for me. :~)

kili
Geoff Miller
2007-07-26 19:55:07 UTC
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Jerry, have you ever had German Potato Salad?
I ate German potato salad with take-out Chinese once.
An hour later, I was hungry for power.

Seriously, it *is* good. Red potatoes with the skins
still on -- yummy.



Geoff

--
"Where's the omelet?" -- George Orwell
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-27 07:42:52 UTC
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Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad?
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said,
Gee, I'd sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
Potato salad can be found at just about any large cookout. I'm not a
fan but I've seen it on dozens - maybe hundreds - of plates next to a
burger.
It's not portable enough for fast food. Count the fries on the
floor of your Ford Festiva. Now imagine potato salad laden with
mayo in its place. If you thought your car smelled bad now, it
would be uninhabitable!
Dan
Would never happen, I HATE mayo. I only ate Potato salad once.. when
I was 5 years old, and I only had two bites at a picnic, then put the
rest back in the bowl.
(snip)
Jerry, have you ever had German Potato Salad? You must have had that at
some point in your life living in Wisconsin. I grew up on the stuff!
It's
Post by kilikini
a bacon, sugar and vinegar based potato salad. To me, that goes excellently
with a burger or a steak. (Not that any fast food place serves it and if
they did they wouldn't get the recipe right.) It's my all-time favorite
kind of potato salad. I, like you, don't really care for mayo either.
Besides, when you get a mayo based potato salad, it's almost ALL mayo.
Hey,
Post by kilikini
where's the darn potato? No thanks, I'll pass. I make a mean German Potato
salad based on my grandmother's recipe (her mother was from Germany).
It's
Post by kilikini
a good comfort food for me. :~)
kili
No I haven't, whenver potato salad is around I get it far away from me as
possible, sometimes insulting (by mistake) the person who made it and
offered it to me. And my family is Polish, not German, so that may be
another reason why.

And I agree with that comfort food is good, there are many that my mom makes
that are comfort food, but primarily my comfort foods are from fast-food
places. I've been eating at those places since I was very small, I used to
bike to them all over town when I was a boy, like six or seven.
Steve Wertz
2007-07-27 14:08:11 UTC
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No I haven't, whenver potato salad is around I get it far away from me as
possible, sometimes insulting (by mistake) the person who made it and
offered it to me. And my family is Polish, not German, so that may be
another reason why.
Sauk is an American Indian name. They even named a Wisconsin
county after you.

Do we have to teach you *everything* - even about your own
heritage?

-sw
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-29 07:34:21 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
No I haven't, whenver potato salad is around I get it far away from me as
possible, sometimes insulting (by mistake) the person who made it and
offered it to me. And my family is Polish, not German, so that may be
another reason why.
Sauk is an American Indian name. They even named a Wisconsin
county after you.
Do we have to teach you *everything* - even about your own
heritage?
-sw
Gee Steve, I don't recall ever saying that Sauk was my real name. You
imagined that.

FWIW, "Jerry" is my real first name.
Geoff Miller
2007-07-26 19:44:55 UTC
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I only ate Potato salad once.. when I was 5 years old, and I only
had two bites at a picnic, then put the rest back in the bowl.
Gack. That's an example of why I avoid buffets, salad and dessert
bars, and food sold out of bulk bins. Especially in places where
grubby-fingered, poorly-supervised little kids are known to be
present. If I'm at a picnic or a backyard BBQ and some little
nosepicker takes a bite of a potato chip or Dorito and sticks it
back into the dip, that's it for me: no more chips and dip for
the duration of the event.
The reason why they don't is because it doesn't go with burgers
as well as fries and pop do.
No, it's because people have come to associate fries with burgers
*at fast-food places.* You'll note that as well as fries go with
burgers, they're generally not served with burgers at backyard
BBQs; potato (or macaroni) salad is far more common in that context.

People sometimes eat and drink things differently under different
circumstances. For example, I order Manhattans "up" ar bars, but
make them on the rocks at home. Why? Who knows? I just do.



Geoff

--
"Where's the omelet?" -- George Orwell
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-27 07:47:12 UTC
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I only ate Potato salad once.. when I was 5 years old, and I only
had two bites at a picnic, then put the rest back in the bowl.
Gack. That's an example of why I avoid buffets, salad and dessert
bars, and food sold out of bulk bins.
Oh grow up Geoff, there's nothing in a little kid that's not already in
you.
Post by Geoff Miller
The reason why they don't is because it doesn't go with burgers
as well as fries and pop do.
No, it's because people have come to associate fries with burgers
*at fast-food places.*
WELL FINE, but irregardless they STILL GO GOOD WITH THEM!!!!
Post by Geoff Miller
You'll note that as well as fries go with
burgers, they're generally not served with burgers at backyard
BBQs; potato (or macaroni) salad is far more common in that context.
Uhh, Geoff? Maybe that's because there are no ovens or deep fryers
outside?
Post by Geoff Miller
People sometimes eat and drink things differently under different
circumstances. For example, I order Manhattans "up" ar bars,
What is a Manhatten "up"? I am a serious Manhattan drinker, but I never
heard of it being served "up". I'm very curious.
Geoff Miller
2007-07-27 13:27:16 UTC
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Oh grow up Geoff, there's nothing in a little kid that's not
already in you.
So I take it you'd have no objection to my spitting into your soda,
then?


: No, it's because people have come to associate fries with burgers
: *at fast-food places.*
Post by Jerry Sauk
WELL FINE, but irregardless they STILL GO GOOD WITH THEM!!!!
When did I say they didn't?


: You'll note that as well as fries go with burgers, they're generally
: not served with burgers at backyard BBQs; potato (or macaroni) salad
: is far more common in that context.
Post by Jerry Sauk
Uhh, Geoff? Maybe that's because there are no ovens or deep fryers
outside?
Uh, Jerry? The fries can be made inside the house, then carried out
to the backyard. You know, just like the potato salad and hamburger
patties were. And no oven or deep fryer is needed. When I was a kid,
my mom made them in a skillet.
Post by Jerry Sauk
What is a Manhatten "up"? I am a serious Manhattan drinker, but
I never heard of it being served "up". I'm very curious.
When a cocktail is served "up," it means "without ice." The drink
is served chilled, but the ice stays behind in the cocktail shaker.

Contrast "over," as in "over ice." If you don't specify a preference
when you order a drink that's commonly served either way, bartenders
and bar waitresses will typically ask, "Up or over?"

I especially enjoy Manhattans in the wintertime. There's something
very appealing about sipping one as I sit in my recliner, close to
the woodstove, while the rain hammers on the roof.



Geoff

--
"Where's the omelet?" -- George Orwell
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-29 07:36:50 UTC
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Post by Geoff Miller
Post by Jerry Sauk
Oh grow up Geoff, there's nothing in a little kid that's not
already in you.
So I take it you'd have no objection to my spitting into your soda,
then?
Yes I would, obviously because it's disgusting. But If I didn't know
about it, I wouldn't know the difference and it would be fine.
Post by Geoff Miller
Uh, Jerry? The fries can be made inside the house, then carried out
to the backyard. You know, just like the potato salad and hamburger
patties were. And no oven or deep fryer is needed. When I was a kid,
my mom made them in a skillet.
YES, but they can't be COOKED outside, and the cook ususally prefers to be
outside where the party is at.
Steve Wertz
2007-07-27 14:04:55 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Geoff Miller
Gack. That's an example of why I avoid buffets, salad and dessert
bars, and food sold out of bulk bins.
Oh grow up Geoff, there's nothing in a little kid that's not already in
you.
So you wouldn't mind some guy shooting a load into your mouth,
then? Or in your Hershey Highway?

Your logic has failed you again. And yes, you're a slob for
eating part of your food and putting it back to be served again.

-sw
Billy Bong Thornton
2007-07-27 23:28:57 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
Your logic has failed you again. And yes, you're a slob for
eating part of your food and putting it back to be served again.
-sw
I was wantin' to say that at first, but I figgered I'd get killfiled for it.
The Saukster has a hair trigger on his killfile, ya know.

I'm just glad he's 20 miles away from me. I'd hate to think I'd eaten
anything that had been in his mouth.
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-29 07:37:52 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Geoff Miller
Gack. That's an example of why I avoid buffets, salad and dessert
bars, and food sold out of bulk bins.
Oh grow up Geoff, there's nothing in a little kid that's not already in
you.
So you wouldn't mind some guy shooting a load into your mouth,
then? Or in your Hershey Highway?
Your logic has failed you again. And yes, you're a slob for
eating part of your food and putting it back to be served again.
-sw
There's a difference there, Steve, and if you don't know it your dumber then
I thought you were.
Dan
2007-07-27 23:16:06 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Geoff Miller
I only ate Potato salad once.. when I was 5 years old, and I only
had two bites at a picnic, then put the rest back in the bowl.
Gack. That's an example of why I avoid buffets, salad and dessert
bars, and food sold out of bulk bins.
Oh grow up Geoff, there's nothing in a little kid that's not already in
you.
Post by Geoff Miller
The reason why they don't is because it doesn't go with burgers
as well as fries and pop do.
No, it's because people have come to associate fries with burgers
*at fast-food places.*
WELL FINE, but irregardless they STILL GO GOOD WITH THEM!!!!
Post by Geoff Miller
You'll note that as well as fries go with
burgers, they're generally not served with burgers at backyard
BBQs; potato (or macaroni) salad is far more common in that context.
Uhh, Geoff? Maybe that's because there are no ovens or deep fryers
outside?
I have a deep fryer outside. It has a 30 quart pot for turkeys and I
have a smaller pan (looks like a big wok with a handle) for fish,
chicken, etc.

http://www.bayouclassicfryers.com/

Dan
Steve Wertz
2007-07-26 23:18:48 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Would never happen, I HATE mayo. I only ate Potato salad once.. when I was
5 years old, and I only had two bites at a picnic, then put the rest back in
the bowl.
More of those food phobias of yours. My giess is that you didn't
like the fact that there was no grease, meat, or cheese in that
salad for your tastes.

-sw
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-27 07:47:57 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
Would never happen, I HATE mayo. I only ate Potato salad once.. when I was
5 years old, and I only had two bites at a picnic, then put the rest back in
the bowl.
More of those food phobias of yours. My giess is that you didn't
like the fact that there was no grease, meat, or cheese in that
salad for your tastes.
-sw
Well, it's a dman possibility, since those are some of my favorite tastes.
Dan
2007-07-26 23:58:07 UTC
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Post by Dan
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad?
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said, Gee,
I'd
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
Potato salad can be found at just about any large cookout. I'm not a
fan but I've seen it on dozens - maybe hundreds - of plates next to a
burger.
It's not portable enough for fast food. Count the fries on the floor of
your Ford Festiva. Now imagine potato salad laden with mayo in its
place. If you thought your car smelled bad now, it would be
uninhabitable!
Post by Dan
Dan
Would never happen, I HATE mayo. I only ate Potato salad once.. when I was
5 years old, and I only had two bites at a picnic, then put the rest back in
the bowl.
There ARE plenty of foods that are as unportable as potato salad that are
served as Fast-Food... I know, because I eat primarily in my car. If they
served it properly, in a covered dish with a spoon, potato salad would work
JUST FINE, so your logic falls apart. The reason why they don't is because
it doesn't go with burgers as well as fries and pop do.
???

Are you driving while you're eating?

Dan
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-27 07:49:35 UTC
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Post by Dan
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad?
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said, Gee,
I'd
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
Potato salad can be found at just about any large cookout. I'm not a
fan but I've seen it on dozens - maybe hundreds - of plates next to a
burger.
It's not portable enough for fast food. Count the fries on the floor of
your Ford Festiva. Now imagine potato salad laden with mayo in its
place. If you thought your car smelled bad now, it would be
uninhabitable!
Post by Dan
Dan
Would never happen, I HATE mayo. I only ate Potato salad once.. when I was
5 years old, and I only had two bites at a picnic, then put the rest back in
the bowl.
There ARE plenty of foods that are as unportable as potato salad that are
served as Fast-Food... I know, because I eat primarily in my car. If they
served it properly, in a covered dish with a spoon, potato salad would work
JUST FINE, so your logic falls apart. The reason why they don't is because
it doesn't go with burgers as well as fries and pop do.
???
Are you driving while you're eating?
Dan
I've said that many times laready on the group. Except more accurately it's
EATING while I'm DRIVING. Don't be so shocked, everyone does it.
Dan
2007-07-27 23:07:09 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad?
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said,
Gee,
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
I'd
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
Potato salad can be found at just about any large cookout. I'm not a
fan but I've seen it on dozens - maybe hundreds - of plates next to a
burger.
It's not portable enough for fast food. Count the fries on the floor
of
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
your Ford Festiva. Now imagine potato salad laden with mayo in its
place. If you thought your car smelled bad now, it would be
uninhabitable!
Post by Dan
Dan
Would never happen, I HATE mayo. I only ate Potato salad once.. when I
was
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
5 years old, and I only had two bites at a picnic, then put the rest
back in
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
the bowl.
There ARE plenty of foods that are as unportable as potato salad that
are
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
served as Fast-Food... I know, because I eat primarily in my car. If
they
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
served it properly, in a covered dish with a spoon, potato salad would
work
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
JUST FINE, so your logic falls apart. The reason why they don't is
because
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
it doesn't go with burgers as well as fries and pop do.
???
Are you driving while you're eating?
Dan
I've said that many times laready on the group. Except more accurately it's
EATING while I'm DRIVING. Don't be so shocked, everyone does it.
I've read that but the reason I asked was because you introduced covered
dishes, not just a simple cheeseburger.

Can you eat a burrito, take a call on your cell phone and run 70 MPH on
the interstate at the same time?

Dan
Billy Bong Thornton
2007-07-28 17:35:42 UTC
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Post by Dan
Can you eat a burrito, take a call on your cell phone and run 70 MPH
on the interstate at the same time?
I once drove from Memphis to Nashville steering with my knee eating fried
chicken at 70 mph the whole way.

Yes, it *was* a lot of chicken.
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-29 07:41:10 UTC
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Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad?
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said,
Gee,
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
I'd
Post by Dan
Post by Jerry Sauk
sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
Potato salad can be found at just about any large cookout. I'm not a
fan but I've seen it on dozens - maybe hundreds - of plates next to a
burger.
It's not portable enough for fast food. Count the fries on the floor
of
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
your Ford Festiva. Now imagine potato salad laden with mayo in its
place. If you thought your car smelled bad now, it would be
uninhabitable!
Post by Dan
Dan
Would never happen, I HATE mayo. I only ate Potato salad once.. when I
was
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
5 years old, and I only had two bites at a picnic, then put the rest
back in
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
the bowl.
There ARE plenty of foods that are as unportable as potato salad that
are
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
served as Fast-Food... I know, because I eat primarily in my car. If
they
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
served it properly, in a covered dish with a spoon, potato salad would
work
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
JUST FINE, so your logic falls apart. The reason why they don't is
because
Post by Dan
Post by Dan
it doesn't go with burgers as well as fries and pop do.
???
Are you driving while you're eating?
Dan
I've said that many times laready on the group. Except more accurately it's
EATING while I'm DRIVING. Don't be so shocked, everyone does it.
I've read that but the reason I asked was because you introduced covered
dishes, not just a simple cheeseburger.
Can you eat a burrito, take a call on your cell phone and run 70 MPH on
the interstate at the same time?
Dan
I don't eat on the highway, and I don't have a cell-phone. And whenver I
have something that requires a spoon or fork I eat it in the parking lot of
hte restaurant, except for Frosty's from Wendy's which fit in my cup
holders.
Steve Wertz
2007-07-24 23:31:11 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said, Gee, I'd
sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
I would rather have potato salad instead of french fries or a
side salad many time with my burger.

I can tell this is going to be another one of your logical
arguments that goes something like: "Well, I don't eat potato
salad with hamburgers, and therefore nobody else does either.
You're lying!"
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve beer?
Uhhh.. you know why.
I have several theories, but none of them are entirely correct.
What is your guess, Jerry? Throw me a bone, will ya?

-sw
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-26 07:52:23 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said, Gee, I'd
sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
I would rather have potato salad instead of french fries or a
side salad many time with my burger.
Well, that's because your a food fanatic, or a gourmet, most people
aren't. BTW that sentence didn't make a whole lot of sense, but I
understood the general meaning of it.
Post by Steve Wertz
I have several theories, but none of them are entirely correct.
What is your guess, Jerry? Throw me a bone, will ya?
Gee Steve, maybe becuse it's ILLEGAL? You ARE familar with laws, right?
Maybe not, becuase of all that drinking you do when you go to fast-food
places at 3 in the morning.
Vilco
2007-07-26 09:39:51 UTC
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You ARE familar with laws, right? Maybe not, becuase of all that
drinking you do when you go to fast-food places at 3 in the morning.
LOL, around Rome there are a lot of van who sell hot-dogs, hamburger or
sausage sandwiches from theyr side, and they're all open till very late.
Since they're along the main highway circling around Rome, and since this
area is usually packed with prostitutes all nite long, these vans are called
"magna e tromba", roman slang for "eat and f**k". There can happen very
folkloristic situations around those vans, I wouldn't recommend them to
anybody who's not drunk.
--
Vilco
Think pink, drink rose'
Geoff Miller
2007-07-26 19:57:12 UTC
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There can happen very folkloristic situations around those vans,
I wouldn't recommend them to anybody who's not drunk.
Sounds like the Italian equivalent of getting a knee-trembler behind
the chippy.



Geoff

--
"Where's the omelet?" -- George Orwell
Steve Wertz
2007-07-26 17:53:07 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Gee Steve, maybe becuse it's ILLEGAL? You ARE familar with laws, right?
Maybe not, becuase of all that drinking you do when you go to fast-food
places at 3 in the morning.
It's not illegal to sell beer in a restaurant, provided you have
the proper license. There;s nothing to prevent a fast-food place
from serving alcohol if the manager/franchise wants to abide by
the conditions of the local beverage control board.

What makes you think it's illegal?

-sw
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-27 07:53:38 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
Gee Steve, maybe becuse it's ILLEGAL? You ARE familar with laws, right?
Maybe not, becuase of all that drinking you do when you go to fast-food
places at 3 in the morning.
It's not illegal to sell beer in a restaurant, provided you have
the proper license. There;s nothing to prevent a fast-food place
from serving alcohol if the manager/franchise wants to abide by
the conditions of the local beverage control board.
What makes you think it's illegal?
-sw
Well DUH Steve, THEY DON'T HAVE A LISCENCE!!! Try not to embarass yourself
in fron tof your RFC friends Steve, as I understand it your not a troll in
that group.

Peace,

Jerry
kilikini
2007-07-27 11:17:11 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
It's not illegal to sell beer in a restaurant, provided you have
the proper license. There;s nothing to prevent a fast-food place
from serving alcohol if the manager/franchise wants to abide by
the conditions of the local beverage control board.
What makes you think it's illegal?
-sw
Well DUH Steve, THEY DON'T HAVE A LISCENCE!!! Try not to embarass
yourself in fron tof your RFC friends Steve, as I understand it your
not a troll in that group.
Peace,
Jerry
I was really surprised to find a Carl's Junior restaurant (sister restaurant
to Hardees) in Irvine, California that sold beer. Obviously you couldn't
get it through the drive-thru; it had to be consumed inside the restaurant,
but they sold (IIRC) Corona, Tecate, Heineken, Amstel Light, Miller Lite,
Budweiser and Coors Lite. I used to go there for lunch every day, order a
chicken club, no mayo, (and the sandwiches used to have sprouts on them - I
haven't seen sprouts on them in years, now). I'd sneak in a beer and head
back to the office. Ahhhhhh, the good old days! There was a Denny's in
Costa Mesa that used to have a full bar, too. That was a favorite place to
head off to after work for some nachos and beer.

Snipped from Wikipedia and findarticles.com:
In 2002, CKE Restaurants, Inc. acquired Santa Barbara Restaurant Group (the
parent company of the Green Burrito brand). Some Carl's Jr. stores are now
co-branded as Green Burrito locations. At least two Carl's Jr. locations in
downtown Los Angeles serves beer: Macy's Plaza on 7th & Flower and another
located on 9th & Olympic. The Westin Bonaventure Hotel Carl's Jr. also
benefitted from its status as one of the few units in the chain to sell beer
and wine. (They forgot to mention the one I used to go to in Irvine off
MacArthur Blvd.)

Here's a link to an article called: Carl's Jr's: Fast Food n' Beer

http://gridskipper.com/travel/los-angeles/carls-jrs-fast-food-n-beer-216252.
php

So, it *can* be done, but I would assume a stiff cost on the liquor license.
Plus, to sell it at the counter, the employee has to be 21. When I was a
teen and worked at a fast food pizza restaurant (Rocky Rococo's) back in
Wisconsin, the counter person had to be only 18 to pour the beer, but
selling/pouring age may vary between states. Then again, Wisconsin laws may
have changed by now.

Hope this helps!

kili
jmcquown
2007-07-29 11:00:34 UTC
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Post by kilikini
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
It's not illegal to sell beer in a restaurant, provided you have
the proper license. There;s nothing to prevent a fast-food place
from serving alcohol if the manager/franchise wants to abide by
the conditions of the local beverage control board.
What makes you think it's illegal?
-sw
Well DUH Steve, THEY DON'T HAVE A LISCENCE!!! Try not to embarass
yourself in fron tof your RFC friends Steve, as I understand it your
not a troll in that group.
Peace,
Jerry
I was really surprised to find a Carl's Junior restaurant (sister
restaurant to Hardees) in Irvine, California that sold beer.
Obviously you couldn't get it through the drive-thru; it had to be
consumed inside the restaurant, but they sold (IIRC) Corona, Tecate,
Heineken, Amstel Light, Miller Lite, Budweiser and Coors Lite. I
used to go there for lunch every day, order a chicken club, no mayo,
(and the sandwiches used to have sprouts on them - I haven't seen
sprouts on them in years, now). I'd sneak in a beer and head back to
the office. Ahhhhhh, the good old days! There was a Denny's in
Costa Mesa that used to have a full bar, too. That was a favorite
place to head off to after work for some nachos and beer.
In 2002, CKE Restaurants, Inc. acquired Santa Barbara Restaurant
Group (the parent company of the Green Burrito brand). Some Carl's
Jr. stores are now co-branded as Green Burrito locations. At least
two Carl's Jr. locations in downtown Los Angeles serves beer: Macy's
Plaza on 7th & Flower and another located on 9th & Olympic. The
Westin Bonaventure Hotel Carl's Jr. also benefitted from its status
as one of the few units in the chain to sell beer and wine. (They
forgot to mention the one I used to go to in Irvine off MacArthur
Blvd.)
Here's a link to an article called: Carl's Jr's: Fast Food n' Beer
http://gridskipper.com/travel/los-angeles/carls-jrs-fast-food-n-beer-216252.
Post by kilikini
php
So, it *can* be done, but I would assume a stiff cost on the liquor
license. Plus, to sell it at the counter, the employee has to be 21.
When I was a teen and worked at a fast food pizza restaurant (Rocky
Rococo's) back in Wisconsin, the counter person had to be only 18 to
pour the beer, but selling/pouring age may vary between states. Then
again, Wisconsin laws may have changed by now.
Hope this helps!
kili
Christy, please don't encourage Jerry the idiot. Fer cryin out loud.

Jill
Steve Wertz
2007-07-27 13:48:33 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
Gee Steve, maybe becuse it's ILLEGAL? You ARE familar with laws, right?
Maybe not, becuase of all that drinking you do when you go to fast-food
places at 3 in the morning.
It's not illegal to sell beer in a restaurant, provided you have
the proper license. There;s nothing to prevent a fast-food place
from serving alcohol if the manager/franchise wants to abide by
the conditions of the local beverage control board.
What makes you think it's illegal?
Well DUH Steve, THEY DON'T HAVE A LISCENCE!!!
Well, duh. Most don't. But plenty of them do, as other people
have noted here.
Post by Jerry Sauk
Try not to embarass yourself
in fron tof your RFC friends Steve, as I understand it your not a troll in
that group.
Uh, I think some people in RFC would beg to differ. Why would I
have crossposted this here in the first place?

-sw
jmcquown
2007-07-27 20:43:11 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
Gee Steve, maybe becuse it's ILLEGAL? You ARE familar with laws,
right? Maybe not, becuase of all that drinking you do when you go
to fast-food places at 3 in the morning.
It's not illegal to sell beer in a restaurant, provided you have
the proper license. There;s nothing to prevent a fast-food place
from serving alcohol if the manager/franchise wants to abide by
the conditions of the local beverage control board.
Well DUH Steve, THEY DON'T HAVE A LISCENCE!!! Try not to embarass
yourself in fron tof your RFC friends Steve, as I understand it your
not a troll in that group.
Jerry, I'm starting to realize why I kf'd you a long time ago. It's because
you can't read for comprehension. Steve said, and I quote: "It's not
illegal to sell beer in a restaurant, provided you have the proper license."
And you reply: "Well DUH Steve, THEY DON'T HAVE A LISCENCE!!!"

You are the one who is embarrassing yourself. And trust me, I'm not a huge
fan of Steve's (although we seem to be making headway, especially with THIS
ridiculous thread!) Any food joint can apply for a license to sell beer,
wine or other spirits. What planet do you live on, anyway?

Even restaurants in the so-called "dry" counties in the southern U.S. can
obtain a liquor license. Jonesboro, Arkansas is in a dry county. No liquor
stores, nope, nope, nope. But you can drink in the bar at the Holiday Inn,
because they have a liquor license. And there's a lovely restaurant called
the 501 Club; you have to pay $5 for a year membership but you can drink
there legally to your hearts' content. YOU, sir, are an idiot.

Jill
Dan
2007-07-27 23:25:05 UTC
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Post by jmcquown
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
Gee Steve, maybe becuse it's ILLEGAL? You ARE familar with laws,
right? Maybe not, becuase of all that drinking you do when you go
to fast-food places at 3 in the morning.
It's not illegal to sell beer in a restaurant, provided you have
the proper license. There;s nothing to prevent a fast-food place
from serving alcohol if the manager/franchise wants to abide by
the conditions of the local beverage control board.
Well DUH Steve, THEY DON'T HAVE A LISCENCE!!! Try not to embarass
yourself in fron tof your RFC friends Steve, as I understand it your
not a troll in that group.
Jerry, I'm starting to realize why I kf'd you a long time ago. It's because
you can't read for comprehension. Steve said, and I quote: "It's not
illegal to sell beer in a restaurant, provided you have the proper license."
And you reply: "Well DUH Steve, THEY DON'T HAVE A LISCENCE!!!"
You are the one who is embarrassing yourself. And trust me, I'm not a huge
fan of Steve's (although we seem to be making headway, especially with THIS
ridiculous thread!) Any food joint can apply for a license to sell beer,
wine or other spirits. What planet do you live on, anyway?
Even restaurants in the so-called "dry" counties in the southern U.S. can
obtain a liquor license. Jonesboro, Arkansas is in a dry county. No liquor
stores, nope, nope, nope. But you can drink in the bar at the Holiday Inn,
because they have a liquor license. And there's a lovely restaurant called
the 501 Club; you have to pay $5 for a year membership but you can drink
there legally to your hearts' content. YOU, sir, are an idiot.
Jill
Again, this is a person who is proud to say she has three friends. Now
you can see why.
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-29 07:44:39 UTC
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Post by Dan
Post by jmcquown
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
Gee Steve, maybe becuse it's ILLEGAL? You ARE familar with laws,
right? Maybe not, becuase of all that drinking you do when you go
to fast-food places at 3 in the morning.
It's not illegal to sell beer in a restaurant, provided you have
the proper license. There;s nothing to prevent a fast-food place
from serving alcohol if the manager/franchise wants to abide by
the conditions of the local beverage control board.
Well DUH Steve, THEY DON'T HAVE A LISCENCE!!! Try not to embarass
yourself in fron tof your RFC friends Steve, as I understand it your
not a troll in that group.
Jerry, I'm starting to realize why I kf'd you a long time ago. It's because
you can't read for comprehension. Steve said, and I quote: "It's not
illegal to sell beer in a restaurant, provided you have the proper license."
And you reply: "Well DUH Steve, THEY DON'T HAVE A LISCENCE!!!"
You are the one who is embarrassing yourself. And trust me, I'm not a huge
fan of Steve's (although we seem to be making headway, especially with THIS
ridiculous thread!) Any food joint can apply for a license to sell beer,
wine or other spirits. What planet do you live on, anyway?
Even restaurants in the so-called "dry" counties in the southern U.S. can
obtain a liquor license. Jonesboro, Arkansas is in a dry county. No liquor
stores, nope, nope, nope. But you can drink in the bar at the Holiday Inn,
because they have a liquor license. And there's a lovely restaurant called
the 501 Club; you have to pay $5 for a year membership but you can drink
there legally to your hearts' content. YOU, sir, are an idiot.
Jill
Again, this is a person who is proud to say she has three friends. Now
you can see why.
Only thing I don't understand is why Steve isn't one of them.
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-29 07:44:11 UTC
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Post by jmcquown
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
Gee Steve, maybe becuse it's ILLEGAL? You ARE familar with laws,
right? Maybe not, becuase of all that drinking you do when you go
to fast-food places at 3 in the morning.
It's not illegal to sell beer in a restaurant, provided you have
the proper license. There;s nothing to prevent a fast-food place
from serving alcohol if the manager/franchise wants to abide by
the conditions of the local beverage control board.
Well DUH Steve, THEY DON'T HAVE A LISCENCE!!! Try not to embarass
yourself in fron tof your RFC friends Steve, as I understand it your
not a troll in that group.
Jerry, I'm starting to realize why I kf'd you a long time ago. It's because
you can't read for comprehension. Steve said, and I quote: "It's not
illegal to sell beer in a restaurant, provided you have the proper license."
And you reply: "Well DUH Steve, THEY DON'T HAVE A LISCENCE!!!"
You are the one who is embarrassing yourself. And trust me, I'm not a huge
fan of Steve's (although we seem to be making headway, especially with THIS
ridiculous thread!) Any food joint can apply for a license to sell beer,
wine or other spirits. What planet do you live on, anyway?
Even restaurants in the so-called "dry" counties in the southern U.S. can
obtain a liquor license. Jonesboro, Arkansas is in a dry county. No liquor
stores, nope, nope, nope. But you can drink in the bar at the Holiday Inn,
because they have a liquor license. And there's a lovely restaurant called
the 501 Club; you have to pay $5 for a year membership but you can drink
there legally to your hearts' content. YOU, sir, are an idiot.
Jill
And YOU, dear idiot, are now in MY kill-file. Put me back in yours too.
kilikini
2007-07-29 09:13:59 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by jmcquown
Even restaurants in the so-called "dry" counties in the southern
U.S. can obtain a liquor license. Jonesboro, Arkansas is in a dry
county. No liquor stores, nope, nope, nope. But you can drink in
the bar at the Holiday Inn, because they have a liquor license. And
there's a lovely restaurant called the 501 Club; you have to pay $5
for a year membership but you can drink there legally to your
hearts' content. YOU, sir, are an idiot.
Jill
And YOU, dear idiot, are now in MY kill-file. Put me back in yours too.
Jerry, word to the wise, Jill isn't a nice person. She pretended to be a
friend of mine for about 5 years and cut me down to the quick. I've
killfiled her, too, although I hate to say so. She *really* hurt my
feelings. All I did was ask for some help on a cake recipe and it turned
into a bash kili fest - started by my supposed friend, Jill.

She's best ignored. Truly. I'm glad you put her in her place - in your
killfile.

kili
jmcquown
2007-07-29 10:57:58 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by jmcquown
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Jerry Sauk
Gee Steve, maybe becuse it's ILLEGAL? You ARE familar with laws,
right? Maybe not, becuase of all that drinking you do when you go
to fast-food places at 3 in the morning.
It's not illegal to sell beer in a restaurant, provided you have
the proper license. There;s nothing to prevent a fast-food place
from serving alcohol if the manager/franchise wants to abide by
the conditions of the local beverage control board.
Well DUH Steve, THEY DON'T HAVE A LISCENCE!!! Try not to embarass
yourself in fron tof your RFC friends Steve, as I understand it your
not a troll in that group.
Jerry, I'm starting to realize why I kf'd you a long time ago. It's
"It's not illegal to sell beer in a restaurant, provided you have
the proper license." And you reply: "Well DUH Steve, THEY DON'T HAVE
A LISCENCE!!!"
You are the one who is embarrassing yourself. And trust me, I'm not
a huge fan of Steve's (although we seem to be making headway,
especially with THIS ridiculous thread!) Any food joint can apply
for a license to sell beer, wine or other spirits. What planet do
you live on, anyway?
Even restaurants in the so-called "dry" counties in the southern
U.S. can obtain a liquor license. Jonesboro, Arkansas is in a dry
county. No liquor stores, nope, nope, nope. But you can drink in
the bar at the Holiday Inn, because they have a liquor license. And
there's a lovely restaurant called the 501 Club; you have to pay $5
for a year membership but you can drink there legally to your
hearts' content. YOU, sir, are an idiot.
Jill
And YOU, dear idiot, are now in MY kill-file. Put me back in yours too.
You are in my killfile and shall remain there. The only reason I see these
ridiculous posts is because you keep replying to other people. You can take
your fast food crap and shove it up your behind for all I care. You have no
idea what you're talking about. Bye!
jmcquown
2007-07-27 20:29:06 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
When you're serving
burgers, there's really nothing that can't be served with them.
WRONG. Fries go amazingly well with burgers, (and cola), which is
why every fast-food place serves them with the burgers.
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad?
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said,
Gee, I'd sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
Um, at most cookouts I've attended where the host is grilling burgers they
don't serve fries. The do, however, have potato salad, macaroni salad, cole
slaw, things like that. I've never seen anyone bitch about not having fries
at a cookout.
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve beer?
Uhhh.. you know why.
That's just silly. There are many burger places that serve beer, at least
where I live. But I'm not talking Micky D's or Burger King; obviously no
place so blatantly geared towards kids (i.e. those with "playgrounds" and
kiddie meals with toys included). I'm talking *better* burger joints.

Around here there's Huey's, well known for a fresh (not from frozen) burgers
and ice cold beer. There used to be a place called Longnecker's (for
obvious reasons - long-neck bottled beer on ice). It was patterned after
Fudrucker's but Longnecker's burned down and the owners didn't rebuild it.
There are other examples but it doesn't matter. Your opinion, Jerry, will
not be swayed.

Jill
Dan
2007-07-27 23:21:17 UTC
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Post by jmcquown
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
When you're serving
burgers, there's really nothing that can't be served with them.
WRONG. Fries go amazingly well with burgers, (and cola), which is
why every fast-food place serves them with the burgers.
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad?
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said,
Gee, I'd sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
Um, at most cookouts I've attended where the host is grilling burgers they
don't serve fries. The do, however, have potato salad, macaroni salad, cole
slaw, things like that. I've never seen anyone bitch about not having fries
at a cookout.
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve beer?
Uhhh.. you know why.
That's just silly. There are many burger places that serve beer, at least
where I live. But I'm not talking Micky D's or Burger King; obviously no
place so blatantly geared towards kids (i.e. those with "playgrounds" and
kiddie meals with toys included). I'm talking *better* burger joints.
Around here there's Huey's, well known for a fresh (not from frozen) burgers
and ice cold beer. There used to be a place called Longnecker's (for
obvious reasons - long-neck bottled beer on ice). It was patterned after
Fudrucker's but Longnecker's burned down and the owners didn't rebuild it.
There are other examples but it doesn't matter. Your opinion, Jerry, will
not be swayed.
Jill
Please don't crosspost here. Bitches aren't welcome.

Thank you for your compliance.
Little Malice
2007-07-28 02:41:41 UTC
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Post by jmcquown
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
When you're serving
burgers, there's really nothing that can't be served with them.
WRONG. Fries go amazingly well with burgers, (and cola), which is
why every fast-food place serves them with the burgers.
No, they serve fries because they're cheap and easy to make.
Post by jmcquown
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve macaroni and potato salad?
They don't go well with burgers. When Was the last time you said,
Gee, I'd sure like a burger and potato salad right about now!"
Um, at most cookouts I've attended where the host is grilling burgers they
don't serve fries. The do, however, have potato salad, macaroni salad, cole
slaw, things like that. I've never seen anyone bitch about not having fries
at a cookout.
I missed this post earlier -- I think Jerry's slipped a cog. I
have yet to go to a hot dog/burger cookout that didn't include
potato or macaroni salad. I know, because I'm usually the one
asked to it.
Post by jmcquown
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Why don't they serve beer?
Uhhh.. you know why.
That's just silly. There are many burger places that serve beer, at least
where I live. But I'm not talking Micky D's or Burger King; obviously no
place so blatantly geared towards kids (i.e. those with "playgrounds" and
kiddie meals with toys included). I'm talking *better* burger joints.
Around here there's Huey's, well known for a fresh (not from frozen) burgers
and ice cold beer. There used to be a place called Longnecker's (for
obvious reasons - long-neck bottled beer on ice). It was patterned after
Fudrucker's but Longnecker's burned down and the owners didn't rebuild it.
There are other examples but it doesn't matter. Your opinion,
Jerry, will not be swayed.
There are also big burger and drink chains, like Red Robin...
--
Jani in WA
Steve Wertz
2007-07-28 03:00:16 UTC
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Post by Little Malice
There are also big burger and drink chains, like Red Robin...
And they even serve mixed drinks and shots.

Those places are too fancy for Jerry, though. Jerry only uses
drive-thrus and always eats in his car - never in public.

And since he has never experienced anything else, places like
that simply don't, and can't exist in his world.

-sw
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-29 07:47:14 UTC
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Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Little Malice
There are also big burger and drink chains, like Red Robin...
And they even serve mixed drinks and shots.
Those places are too fancy for Jerry, though. Jerry only uses
drive-thrus and always eats in his car - never in public.
And since he has never experienced anything else, places like
that simply don't, and can't exist in his world.
-sw
Dammit Stece, if you had any memory at all you would remember that last
Spring I posted about Red Robin and I think it's delicious. You must have
been drunk that night.
kilikini
2007-07-29 09:21:53 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Post by Little Malice
There are also big burger and drink chains, like Red Robin...
And they even serve mixed drinks and shots.
Those places are too fancy for Jerry, though. Jerry only uses
drive-thrus and always eats in his car - never in public.
And since he has never experienced anything else, places like
that simply don't, and can't exist in his world.
-sw
Dammit Stece, if you had any memory at all you would remember that
last Spring I posted about Red Robin and I think it's delicious. You
must have been drunk that night.
I miss Red Robin. They used to have a veggie platter about 20 years ago
that I'd order all the time. I've since looked up their menu online and
they no longer carry it. I guess not enough interest. It was good, though.
It had raw broccoli, peppers, carrots, tomatoes, cauliflower, I can't
remember what else, but it came with a good, Ranch dipping sauce. It may
have also come with a side of black beans. We don't have any Red Robins
around here, that I know of, so I can't comment on their burgers.

What's your favorite menu item, Jerry?

kili
Geoff Miller
2007-07-24 18:14:09 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
This is not like fine dining and wine pairing, Jerry.
No, it's not, but there still is a special "art" of pairing
appropriate fast foods together. Ever wonder why some
restaruants only carry specific items or beverages? It's
because they go WELL with the food.
Wrong on two counts, Jerry.

One, fast food restaurants generally offer a full line of soft
drinks from one of the major distributors (Coca-Cola or Pepsi).
And two, who better than the customer to decide what's "approp-
riate" to drink with the food he orders? You may think someone's
a Philistine for drinking, say, Mountain Dew with his Enchirito[*].
And you may even be right. But by offering the drink the person
wanted, the restaurant attracts and retains his business.

[*] Mind you, I'm not saying that you would. Or even
that Taco bell even offers Mountain Dew. It's just
an arbitrary example.
Post by Jerry Sauk
Since it will be my first time trying it, I will only get one,
just in case I don't like it. And I don't believe in diet soda
anymore, it tastes like Yak piss. (and before you say anything
real clever like how do I know Yak piss tastes like, IT'S JUST
A FIGURE OF SPEECH.
Oh, darn.



Geoff

--
"Worrying about minor flaws in a pretty car like the Aston Martin
Vantage Roadster is like climbing into bed with a supermodel and
noticing she has slightly unruly pubes." -- Jeremy Clarkson
Jerry Sauk
2007-07-26 07:54:38 UTC
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Post by Geoff Miller
Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
This is not like fine dining and wine pairing, Jerry.
No, it's not, but there still is a special "art" of pairing
appropriate fast foods together. Ever wonder why some
restaruants only carry specific items or beverages? It's
because they go WELL with the food.
Wrong on two counts, Jerry.
One, fast food restaurants generally offer a full line of soft
drinks from one of the major distributors (Coca-Cola or Pepsi).
YES!!! BECAUSE IT GOES WELL WITH THE FOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Post by Geoff Miller
And two, who better than the customer to decide what's "approp-
riate" to drink with the food he orders?
That's why they offer a SELECTION, just like the wine list at a fancy
restuarant.

Both your counts are wrong, Geoff.
Geoff Miller
2007-07-26 19:52:37 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Jerry Sauk
No, it's not, but there still is a special "art" of pairing
appropriate fast foods together. Ever wonder why some
restaruants only carry specific items or beverages? It's
because they go WELL with the food.
: Wrong on two counts, Jerry.

: One, fast food restaurants generally offer a full line of soft
: drinks from one of the major distributors (Coca-Cola or Pepsi).
Post by Jerry Sauk
YES!!! BECAUSE IT GOES WELL WITH THE FOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The point is that they offer the *full line* of soda from the
distributor -- not "only specific items or beverages" as you
state above. They don't omit any selections because they don't
"go well" with their food. They offer it all and let their
customers decide what they want.


: And two, who better than the customer to decide what's "approp-
: riate" to drink with the food he orders?
Post by Jerry Sauk
That's why they offer a SELECTION, just like the wine list at
a fancy restuarant.
But what if the customer chooses "wrong?" Taco Bell food all tastes
pretty much the same; the only real variation is texture. And yet,
a full range of soda is offered, not just a few selections that some
corporate fascist back at Taco Bell HQ decided "go with" the food.
Post by Jerry Sauk
Both your counts are wrong, Geoff.
I put paid to that idea pretty handily, as you can see.

You really ought to try and get over this habit of declaring victory
before I've had an opportunity to respond. I hope you don't go off
this prematurely in the sack...



Geoff

--
"Where's the omelet?" -- George Orwell
Dan
2007-07-23 23:52:41 UTC
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Post by Jerry Sauk
Post by Steve Wertz
Jerry, we miss you over in rec.food.cooking. C;mon back and have
some fun will ya? You're always doing those drive-by's - why not
stay a while for a change?
ObFastFood: I had one of those Arby's Chicken Cordon blue
sandwiches yesterday. Damn! That was a mighty tasty sandwich!
-sw
Dammit, Steve, if you had any type of brain at all you would know that Fast
Food is OFFT-TOPIC at that group, and that is why I don't post there,
because fast-food is my main area of expertise. I only read there
occaisionally to get advice and to see what your up to over there, and
sometimes compulsiveness is stronger then my common sense and I end up
replying to your non-sense there.
However I WILL take your advice and try the Arby's sandwich tomorow. Is
there a particular side item and soft drink you would recomend to go with
it?
Peace,
Jerry
Poppers! Arby's can't screw those up!

Dan
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