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Old 09-15-2011, 12:37 AM   #51
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Canada used to Have Ponderosa steakhouses, I can only remember bits and pieces from my childhood, but Steak and Buffet seems like food heaven to me.

Chipotles! we have one or two downtown but they're not the same, We have to go to the states for the real taste.

...I hear Chipotles is coming out with a Chinese food restaurant in the same style, I cant wait.

I gotta drive down south!

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Doughnuts. Where have all the good doughnuts gone? My state doesn't even have Krispy Kreme anymore.

All we can really get are the boxed doughnuts at the grocery stores or the doughnuts at the gas stations.

I want a good doughnut.
Now I want Krispy Kreme for Breakfast!
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Old 09-15-2011, 01:34 PM   #52
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Doughnuts. Where have all the good doughnuts gone? My state doesn't even have Krispy Kreme anymore.

All we can really get are the boxed doughnuts at the grocery stores or the doughnuts at the gas stations.

I want a good doughnut.
Honestly, some of the Donut places in the strip malls are pretty tasty.

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Old 09-15-2011, 04:19 PM   #53
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Doughnuts. Where have all the good doughnuts gone? My state doesn't even have Krispy Kreme anymore.

All we can really get are the boxed doughnuts at the grocery stores or the doughnuts at the gas stations.

I want a good doughnut.
If you are ever in North Port, Florida, go to Abbe's Donuts on Tamiami Trail. They make fresh donuts every day for great prices. Also, apple fritters and cinnamon buns that will knock your socks off. You can get a huge bakery box filled for about $12.00 and they are fresh and huge and delicious. My favorite is the peanut butter filled with chocolate frosting. Just amazing.
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Krispy Kreme overbuilt everywhere, got everyone hooked on their sweet sugary hot goodness.. and then closed up and left. Its possible that they're just victims of the 2008 recession, but I think it was planned from the beginning because I will drive hundreds of miles to re-experience a hot Krispy Kreme original donut (which is like dunking your head in a bucket of glaze).

I really really like their chocolate iced french crullers too.
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Krystal's-A Southeastern thing (akin to White Castle), they came to Houston a few years back and I was in heaven. The one location they had closed down on August 31st. I got my daughter hooked on the Krystal burgers and my son loved the Krystal Chiks.


Memphis BBQ-I went back in May and had it for 3 meals. I love Topp's for sandwiches (Jumbo, no slaw, extra sauce) and Corky's for ribs and BBQ nachos. In the 17 years I've lived in Texas, I just haven't been able to fall in love with the BBQ. I was brought up on pork and beef just doesn't hit the mark.

Shoney's-I wish they hadn't pulled out of Houston. I love their breakfast bar and their fish sandwich is the best I ever had.
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Krispy Kreme overbuilt everywhere, got everyone hooked on their sweet sugary hot goodness.. and then closed up and left. Its possible that they're just victims of the 2008 recession, but I think it was planned from the beginning because I will drive hundreds of miles to re-experience a hot Krispy Kreme original donut (which is like dunking your head in a bucket of glaze).

I really really like their chocolate iced french crullers too.
lol they did the same thing here in Chico. I still get a little mouth watery when i drive past one on my travels and that red light is on..
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Old 10-06-2011, 12:27 PM   #57
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I started craving this a few days ago:

Bubble (boba) tea. The iced tea (with milk, usually) sweetened with the pearl tapioca in it. I think it's seen in bigger cities as 'chic'

Here's a pic:

http://centurycafe.com/images/boba-tea-550x368.jpg

It's delicious and odd and sort of gross all at the same time. The place I got it from in D.C. soaks there is sweet tea for ages and it gets the tapioca pearls dark like it is in the picture...sooooo good.

And no one here has even heard of boba (bubble) tea. Can't find tapioca pearls here or off the internet either.

I guess when I go home for Christmas, I'll have to stock up on it.
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Old 10-06-2011, 01:08 PM   #58
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I started craving this a few days ago:

Bubble (boba) tea. The iced tea (with milk, usually) sweetened with the pearl tapioca in it. I think it's seen in bigger cities as 'chic'

Here's a pic:

http://centurycafe.com/images/boba-tea-550x368.jpg

It's delicious and odd and sort of gross all at the same time. The place I got it from in D.C. soaks there is sweet tea for ages and it gets the tapioca pearls dark like it is in the picture...sooooo good.

And no one here has even heard of boba (bubble) tea. Can't find tapioca pearls here or off the internet either.

I guess when I go home for Christmas, I'll have to stock up on it.
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I miss...

Coney Island restaurants in Detroit; the best had full service breakfast menus. I got hooked on gyros there, and they're hard to find here in southern Maryland.

I miss the breakfast burritos made fresh from the sandwich truck on the naval base in Virginia, loaded with potatoes, eggs, bacon, sausage, and salsa. I'm getting hungry just thinking about it!
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Doughnuts. Where have all the good doughnuts gone? My state doesn't even have Krispy Kreme anymore.

All we can really get are the boxed doughnuts at the grocery stores or the doughnuts at the gas stations.

I want a good doughnut.
I can't believe I didn't see this sooner! You need to go to YoYo Donuts & Coffee Bar in Mtka.

They're family owned; everything is made fresh daily and on site. They are not a chain. They have only one location on the planet, and they use a full strip of applewood smoked bacon on their maple long john's. They also do a raised, glazed s'more donut that has a toasted marshmallow resting in the hole in the center!
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I've seen the bubble tea supplies on the US version of Ebay. Might want to try the UK version to see what they have.
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I can't believe I didn't see this sooner! You need to go to YoYo Donuts & Coffee Bar in Mtka.

They're family owned; everything is made fresh daily and on site. They are not a chain. They have only one location on the planet, and they use a full strip of applewood smoked bacon on their maple long john's. They also do a raised, glazed s'more donut that has a toasted marshmallow resting in the hole in the center!
If you are ever down in SE MN you have got to come eat donuts at Bloedow's Bakery. It is THE BEST.
http://local.yahoo.com/info-24364855...iews=1#reviews
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I lived in Alabama for pretty much the first 18 years of my life. I already missed Southern BBQ, but this thread makes me miss it even more! x3

Fresh saltwater taffy is also something I miss. The stuff you can buy in stores is not even close to the real thing ;[

Also, I miss these cookies called Koala Yummies from my childhood. I'm pretty sure they still exist, but I can never find them in stores anymore! Whyyyyy D:
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If you are ever down in SE MN you have got to come eat donuts at Bloedow's Bakery. It is THE BEST.
http://local.yahoo.com/info-24364855...iews=1#reviews
Thanks for the tip; it looks like a great place for donuts!
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I miss real Philly cheesesteaks, and I miss the diners that were in Upper Bucks County in PA that I used to frequent. I'd get off work, go one of my 2 preferred all night diners, and sit there for hours, eating (yes, really eating, not just drinking coffee and annoying the waitress.) Sometimes, my friends would come, sometimes my mom, or even my bosses a couple of times.

I swear, the night cooks are always better at all night diners.

We have Denny's, Perkins, and Eat N' Park here, but those chains just aren't the same to me.
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I can't believe I didn't see this sooner! You need to go to YoYo Donuts & Coffee Bar in Mtka.

They're family owned; everything is made fresh daily and on site. They are not a chain. They have only one location on the planet, and they use a full strip of applewood smoked bacon on their maple long john's. They also do a raised, glazed s'more donut that has a toasted marshmallow resting in the hole in the center!
Minnetonka, MN? O_O

Must go there Saturday.
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I can't believe I didn't see this sooner! You need to go to YoYo Donuts & Coffee Bar in Mtka.

They're family owned; everything is made fresh daily and on site. They are not a chain. They have only one location on the planet, and they use a full strip of applewood smoked bacon on their maple long john's. They also do a raised, glazed s'more donut that has a toasted marshmallow resting in the hole in the center!
My god, that's fantastic.
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Someone from work brought in donuts from YoYo today. However there weren't any with the bacon.
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They were voted best donuts for 2011 by a local magazine that has a 'best of' category for everything you can possibly think of.

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Someone from work brought in donuts from YoYo today. However there weren't any with the bacon.
Same thing happened to me at work a couple months ago. It's a bummer. I don't know how anyone could go there and not get the maple bacon one. Apparently, it was voted #72 on Mpls/St Paul Magazine's 100 best things in the Twin Cities list. Which makes me want to find out what the top 71 are and try them all because that longjohn is worth a little field trip (15 mi. round trip for me) to get it. I hope you can try one soon. Yum.
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Does anyone else remember when Baskin-Robbins had licorice ice cream? It looked like a slag heap, but it tasted wonderful.
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Does anyone else remember when Baskin-Robbins had licorice ice cream? It looked like a slag heap, but it tasted wonderful.
I do remember it, wasn't it kind of dark grey? I never tasted it, though, I really dislike licorice.
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As a kid I lived near Chicago. I remember getting Vienna hot dogs from an outdoor vendor. The poppyseed buns, the sound of the hot dog skin breaking when you bite into it, the toppings - perfect! No other hot dog begins to compare to this experience.
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Same thing happened to me at work a couple months ago. It's a bummer. I don't know how anyone could go there and not get the maple bacon one. Apparently, it was voted #72 on Mpls/St Paul Magazine's 100 best things in the Twin Cities list. Which makes me want to find out what the top 71 are and try them all because that longjohn is worth a little field trip (15 mi. round trip for me) to get it. I hope you can try one soon. Yum.
There's a YoYo in Eden Prairie on my way home from work. O_O
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