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2013/11/16 12:57:26 (permalink)

Great Q

Fat Daddy's BBQ, Georgetown,De., new on the scene, but Historic taste Slow Smoked BBQ. Jeff(Fat Daddy) & Mama Frey put together a GREAT meal with Slamin sides!!!
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    Re:Great Q 2013/11/16 13:13:25 (permalink)
    Are you a consumer, or an employee.  Let's see a link to their website and some customer reviews.
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    Re:Great Q 2013/11/21 06:05:01 (permalink)
    I like the enthusiasm but some more information would be helpful!
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    Re:Great Q 2013/11/21 11:38:57 (permalink)
    Gee John (or Jeff, which seems more likely). That first post of yours sounds more like a "Slamin" commercial. "Historic" even! Since you used capital letters, is "Slow Smoked BBQ" copyrighted? I'm afraid I'm going to be a spoil sport and label your post SPAM.
     
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    Re:Great Q 2013/11/21 11:47:33 (permalink)
    I know its only me,  but BBQ is the last thing I would look for in Delaware
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    Re:Great Q 2013/11/21 12:08:57 (permalink)
    At least it exists.
     
    And it is well-reviewed; so maybe it's worth a stop for Metro DC tourists making their way carefully through the Delaware speed traps to Rehoboth Beach.
     
    I would not have 'flagged' this post, but that's just me.
     
    BTW:  like good pizza these days, good 'cue can "happen" most anywhere - like Smoque in Chicago, Q in Richmond, ... even in Emmitsburg, MD.
    post edited by MetroplexJim - 2013/11/21 12:12:09
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    Re:Great Q 2013/11/21 12:19:41 (permalink)
    MetroplexJim


    BTW:  like good pizza these days, good 'cue can "happen" most anywhere - like Smoque in Chicago, Q in Richmond, ... 

     
    Agreed- for a local or someone who has an extended 30 day + visit. But for someone like myself who may just be in town for a day or two.......it just ain't happenin'

    post edited by wanderingjew - 2013/11/21 17:48:22
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    Re:Great Q 2013/11/21 12:37:00 (permalink)
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    MetroplexJim


    BTW:  like good pizza these days, good 'cue can "happen" most anywhere - like Smoque in Chicago, Q in Richmond, ... even in Emmitsburg, MD.


    Agreed- for a local or someone who has an extended 30 day + visit. But for someone like myself who may just be in town for a day or two.......it just ain't happenin'


    I hear you; a crab boil with Silver Queen corn-on-the-cob would be first on my list.
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    Re:Great Q 2013/11/21 17:03:10 (permalink)
    MetroplexJim

    At least it exists.

    And it is well-reviewed; so maybe it's worth a stop for Metro DC tourists making their way carefully through the Delaware speed traps to Rehoboth Beach.

    I would not have 'flagged' this post, but that's just me.

    BTW:  like good pizza these days, good 'cue can "happen" most anywhere - like Smoque in Chicago, Q in Richmond, ... even in Emmitsburg, MD.



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    Re:Great Q 2013/11/21 21:01:00 (permalink)
    wanderingjew

    I know its only me,  but BBQ is the last thing I would look for in Delaware

    As a Texan, I will certainly agree with my esteemed colleague, wanderingjew.
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    Re:Great Q 2013/11/22 00:14:24 (permalink)
    Agree it should be flagged..first post, no pictures, no explaination on the menu, etc...obviously an owner, relative or employee.
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    Re:Great Q 2013/11/22 10:03:47 (permalink)
    rbright

    I like the enthusiasm but some more information would be helpful!


    To my mind, that is the proper attitude.
     
    And, at this time of the year Georgetown, DE is a lonely place.
     
    Welcome to Roadfood, rbright!
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    Re:Great Q 2013/11/22 10:34:29 (permalink)
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    rbright

    I like the enthusiasm but some more information would be helpful!


    To my mind, that is the proper attitude.

    Welcome to Roadfood, rbright!


    I still disagree
    There is only one post
     
    If the OP posted about a handful of his favorite restaurants in his locale then I would certainly agree with you. Since he only posted about one (and only one- and hasn't posted anything since) then I find the initial post highly suspect.
    post edited by wanderingjew - 2013/11/22 10:35:31
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    Re:Great Q 2013/11/22 11:07:13 (permalink)
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    MetroplexJim

    rbright

    I like the enthusiasm but some more information would be helpful!


    To my mind, that is the proper attitude.

    Welcome to Roadfood, rbright!


    I still disagree
    There is only one post

    If the OP posted about a handful of his favorite restaurants in his locale then I would certainly agree with you. Since he only posted about one (and only one- and hasn't posted anything since) then I find the initial post highly suspect.


    Never said it wasn't suspicious; indeed, it is highly so.
     
    But, on that 1 chance in 100 ...
     
    I just prefer to keep the flag in my pocket save for kitchen-purveyors and Viagra-sellers. 
     
    Personal preference, that's all.
     
    I come here mostly to learn and sometimes to share.  Now I know that 'cue is now available in Georgetown, Delaware.  Never knew that before.  Now, I do.
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    Re:Great Q 2013/11/22 11:13:34 (permalink)
    Again, I'm with wanderingjew on this one. Although I realize the food could indeed be very good, using Roadfood.com for free advertising is still SPAM. Most likely, from the owner.
    post edited by Twinwillow - 2013/11/22 11:20:43
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