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13 hours ago, ckf said:

Nicole and I were just talking about Manwiches yesterday. It's been a long time since we have had them that it made it on the grocery list. :bc:

My wife puts them on burger buns with a pile of cheese on top and pops them in the oven. :bc:

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Thought this was clever!    

Made bone-in pork chops the other night from the local grocery store. They have killer pork chops, some of the best I've ever had.  Just seasoned with some pork butt rub igot as a gift that seems good

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10 hours ago, 800renegaderider said:

I hear the chicken is good there never been I need to try it someday

Best chicken sandwich!

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On 7/14/2021 at 3:31 PM, Mainecat said:

Trying this fuckin place tonight….

 

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:lol:   back when i started dating the wife we'd go to fucking friendlies and get a fucking friendly frank with fucking fries and a fucking frible.  TBH i kind of miss the place.   became a funeral home and now a bank.  we didn't even get a mexican restaurant like several others.  

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5 hours ago, Angry ginger said:

:lol:   back when i started dating the wife we'd go to fucking friendlies and get a fucking friendly frank with fucking fries and a fucking frible.  TBH i kind of miss the place.   became a funeral home and now a bank.  we didn't even get a mexican restaurant like several others.  

Still a fuckin Friendly's here.

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Spaghetti, sweet sausage, garlic bread and a salad is on the menu tonight.

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On 7/16/2021 at 10:22 PM, Mainecat said:

Still a fuckin Friendly's here.

Plaistow?   Used to go to amesbury once in awhile with the kids.  

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49 minutes ago, Angry ginger said:

Plaistow?   Used to go to amesbury once in awhile with the kids.  

Cocolate Fribble please :)

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1 hour ago, Angry ginger said:

Plaistow?   Used to go to amesbury once in awhile with the kids.  

It’s actually in Haverhill, MA

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Heading my way ,steaks and lobsters , and beers !!! 

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On 7/16/2021 at 7:28 AM, Stephen Hawking said:

My wife puts them on burger buns with a pile of cheese on top and pops them in the oven. :bc:

My grandma used to call those "Pows" .... I don't know why that name, but that's we referred to them as kids.  They're basically pizza boats.  When the Manwich sauce wasn't around, it was pizza sauce mixed in with the burger and then cubes of cheese (when it was cooled down) with crumbled bacon pieces.  Bake until the cheese melted ... good stuff!!  We made them not too long ago, and I added some Frank's Red Hot to 'em ... even better :thumbsup:

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Ribeye, mac & cheese and green beans. Strawberry shortcake for dessert :thumb:

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First time I’ve had meat over a fire (the way God demands it) in a week!  Broke in my little grill good and proper with chicken, steak, and some onion burgers.  Nothing fancy but damn….so good after a week of eating trash.

 

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39 minutes ago, Zambroski said:

First time I’ve had meat over a fire (the way God demands it) in a week!  Broke in my little grill good and proper with chicken, steak, and some onion burgers.  Nothing fancy but damn….so good after a week of eating trash.

 

Did you get a new smoker?

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19 minutes ago, ckf said:

Did you get a new smoker?

No.  Just a propane griller for now.  I just couldn’t wait any longer to throw flesh on fire.

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We, served up dinner for 5 of us (friends/family ) on the other boat tonight. Yum ! My favorite. You ever get tips from here CKF? The house Mill St ones ? 

Oh, shhh, noone tell Clown 550….lolololol

 

 

 

 

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10 hours ago, CFM said:

We, served up dinner for 5 of us (friends/family ) on the other boat tonight. Yum ! My favorite. You ever get tips from here CKF? The house Mill St ones ? 

Oh, shhh, noone tell Clown 550….lolololol

 

 

 

 

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No, I haven't. They look good though :bc:

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