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Unread 12-31-2012, 08:42 AM   #3046
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I thought you were going to South Port ? Where are the pics ? Speaking of drinking , it is New Years Eve ... time to go to the American Boys Club and make a purchase . Maybe they will have Stranahan's in stock ?

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Unread 12-31-2012, 09:06 AM   #3047
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I thought you were going to South Port ? Where are the pics ? Speaking of drinking , it is New Years Eve ... time to go to the American Boys Club and make a purchase . Maybe they will have Stranahan's in stock ?
I AM in Southport, but I can post things from my phone while here. I've taken plenty of pictures - the analogue variety - and I also found a diner that makes waffle sandwiches.
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Unread 01-01-2013, 10:27 AM   #3048
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Pictured: This may very well violate several laws that prohibit Excessive Awesomeness.

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Unread 01-01-2013, 01:22 PM   #3049
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I approve. I'm down for just about anything that involves waffles.
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Unread 01-01-2013, 01:53 PM   #3050
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Do they have Chicken and Waffles ?
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Unread 01-01-2013, 04:06 PM   #3051
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Do they have Chicken and Waffles ?
Top line on the sign actually reads "Crispy Chicken"...so I would say that they do, although I didn't check the menu to see if they had the more traditional offering. I was too busy stuffing my face.
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Unread 01-01-2013, 05:32 PM   #3052
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I was too busy stuffing my face.
I am sure Annabelle was barely able to control herself while watching you burrow through the waffles ...
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I am sure Annabelle was barely able to control herself while watching you burrow through the waffles ...
That is a phrase that is so far beyond being signature worthy, I can't edit my sig anymore because I'm not a paid member and it is setup from when I was, otherwise that would be plastered right in there
" We're not worthy "

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And if you ever get a wild hair to come up to the frozen wasteland of the north east, stop by
We have some good hard cider and something of the shine variety.. Food for thought.. Or bad dreams!!
Keep up the good work and let the wrenches hit the floor frequently

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Pictured: This may very well violate several laws that prohibit Excessive Awesomeness.

WHAT!? no scrapple?
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Unread 01-02-2013, 05:51 AM   #3055
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Scrapple stops at the Maryland line ... thankfully
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Scrapple stops at the Maryland line ... thankfully
Hater, lol...it's a big gray block of YUM!
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There's not much I won't eat. And believe me, in my travels through southeast Asia I've eaten my share of crazy foods. Scrapple and chitterlings are two of those things I will not touch however.
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I am sure Annabelle was barely able to control herself while watching you burrow through the waffles ...
That's a highly-accurate statement; Waffle-Burrowing is one of the things that we do best, here in the Republic.

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That is a phrase that is so far beyond being signature worthy, I can't edit my sig anymore because I'm not a paid member and it is setup from when I was, otherwise that would be plastered right in there
" We're not worthy "
Yeah, it really was pretty good; I have to give him credit on that one.

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My friend this build is going well
Northern redneck approved
And if you ever get a wild hair to come up to the frozen wasteland of the north east, stop by
We have some good hard cider and something of the shine variety.. Food for thought.. Or bad dreams!!
Keep up the good work and let the wrenches hit the floor frequently
I've thought about heading that way for a few reasons. I have a couple of visit-worthy people in Maryland and I've always thought that Vermont would be a nice place to go when the world starts to end.

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WHAT!? no scrapple?
No, thankfully.

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Scrapple stops at the Maryland line ... thankfully
See? Beasley knows.

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Hater, lol...it's a big gray block of YUM!
It's a big, gray mass alright, but so are cinder blocks...and they both taste about the same.

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There's not much I won't eat. And believe me, in my travels through southeast Asia I've eaten my share of crazy foods. Scrapple and chitterlings are two of those things I will not touch however.
Southeast asia has some weird stuff, alright; I knew two Vietnamese girls in college that used to make that hot fish sauce in their dorm room. It was horrid to look upon in the formative stages, but damned good when it was done. I'm with you, though...there are a few things that I'd rather not touch and I'm saying that having eaten haggis in the past...doused with a liberal share of good scotch, naturally.

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Unread 01-02-2013, 09:44 AM   #3059
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All these scrapple haters,
1) cook it to 165 degrees
2) it's everything but the oink
3) don't slice it too thick
4) just season with a little pepper and old bay
5) make a sammich with scrambled egg and cheddar
6) sit back and enjoy the homey goodness.


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All these scrapple haters,
1) cook it to 165 degrees
2) it's everything but the oink
3) don't slice it too thick
4) just season with a little pepper and old bay
5) make a sammich with scrambled egg and cheddar
6) sit back and enjoy the homey goodness.

With the yolk still in tact! :P
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