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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/11/21 10:39:00 (permalink)
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Welcome JT1 from a fellow cat, and animal lover. Lots of those here. We even have a cat thread somewhere I think?

Oh, and thanks to Mike for making this thread easy for new folks to find!
Joe


Thanks Papajoe. Was that thread cooking for cats or cooking with cats?

(sorry, it was a beachball--I had to take a swing)
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/11/21 12:19:08 (permalink)
Lol, if I remember, there was info about both subjects on that thread.
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/11/21 13:01:32 (permalink)
Didn't know there was an intro thread where I could have started out. By now my past posts have revealed that I am North Jersey by birth, Western Mass by education and San Diego county by choice. Married to my retired Chief of the Mess (subs not surface) and we both love family owned resturants the best. He's from Gettsyburg with parents from The Shore so we are diner people all the way. I relly enjoy reading the posts on this sight and look forward to meeting some of you guys for dinner some day. Doatsie
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/11/21 13:22:57 (permalink)
A late welcome Doatsie, great to have you here! Wow, you have lived in quite a few places!

This thread had goten lost but is now a "sticky" thanks to Mike, one of the mod's here.
Joe
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/11/26 12:54:43 (permalink)
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Originally posted by PapaJoe8

Welcome JT1 from a fellow cat, and animal lover. Lots of those here. We even have a cat thread somewhere I think?

Oh, and thanks to Mike for making this thread easy for new folks to find!
Joe


Thanks Papajoe. Was that thread cooking for cats or cooking with cats?

(sorry, it was a beachball--I had to take a swing)

Lets not forget the dog thread!
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/11/28 16:02:20 (permalink)
hi folk's,I'm Steve.I found this site by sheer luck & I'm hooked.I live in western massachusetts & drive a big truck for a living.I usually check out the hot dog thread & find the link's people post VERY interesting & helpful.I find it comforting to be able to find a dog joint when I'm on the road.Thank's to the post's.............my wife just had to make a chicago style dog.I saved her voice-mail describing how much she enjoyed it(it was ALMOST obscene.......LOL).Thank's much for the site,Steve.........AKA, dirtdog58
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/11/28 16:20:17 (permalink)
DirtDog, glad the dogsperts here were of help. The DO know their hot dogs. But shoot, now I'm wanting a Chicago style dog.

Safe travels and welcome!
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/01 11:50:20 (permalink)
I was sent here by an online friend at a BBQ forum. Great website, why didn't I find it before?

I live in a Milwaukee suburb, but currently work near St. Joseph, Michigan. I also travel regularly to Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario for work and to Madison, WI to visit my college age kids. In summary, I get a lot of chances to eat out and have strong opinions of joints in a lot of places.

Jim
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/01 12:34:36 (permalink)
I hadn't looked in on this intro-thread for awhile, so I want to offer my Welcome to Roadfood.Com and invite you to make good use of the resources available, as well as the comradery we find here. If you have any questions about the site, or about how to 'do something' related to posting, please feel free to ask one of the moderators.

Again, Welcome Aboard. We hope you enjoy your visits.
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/04 00:52:57 (permalink)
JRPfeff wrote --
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I also travel regularly to Kitchener-Waterloo


One of the great experiences in Kitchener and Waterloo, at least when I was last there a few years ago, is to go into a supermarket and look at the bread section. There's almost no white bread! That shows how strong the German influence is.

As you probably know, Kitchener was named Berlin until World War I.
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/04 19:59:36 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Voyageur

JRPfeff wrote --

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I also travel regularly to Kitchener-Waterloo


One of the great experiences in Kitchener and Waterloo, at least when I was last there a few years ago, is to go into a supermarket and look at the bread section. There's almost no white bread! That shows how strong the German influence is.

As you probably know, Kitchener was named Berlin until World War I.

Voyager - K-W is a great place to visit. I always laugh at the traffic lined up at every Tim Horton's every morning.

I haven't looked at the breads at the grocers, I usually spend my time at the chocolate shelf and the meat cases. Don't let me start talking about Peameal Bacon.

Jim
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/05 10:00:28 (permalink)
JRP, maybe we need a good bacon thread here, and welcome.
Joe
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/05 11:03:06 (permalink)
Hi, I have been lurking for about a week now and have decided to start posting! I don't get to travel to other parts of the country very often, but when I do I enjoy trying local food places. I live in Indiana with my husband, located in Indianapolis. We travel all over the state and are familiar with places to eat here. I love food and cooking so I am looking forward to new things.
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/05 11:15:28 (permalink)

Hi Shelbie,
Welcome to Roadfood. We are always happy to see another Hoosier come aboard. My wife is a nurse also. We are located in Southern Indiana, just a couple of miles from the Caesar's Casino, downriver from Louisville.
We hope you will keep us up to date on the scene in Indy. Anytime you do a day trip this direction let us know, there are some interesting food stops in the Metro-Louisville area.
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/05 13:44:23 (permalink)
Hello everyone,
I wanted to hop in and introduce myself.
I am a frustrated traveller, my husband just retired from several decades of driving tractor-trailers so he's not interested in going anywhere farther than the couch for awhile.
I have 'lurked' and gotten some very positive feelings about the community of Roadfood so hope to make some new online friends and enjoy sharing your recipes, reviews and humor
the screenname is in honor of my favorit guitarist, Bill Cooley and his track on a cd.. and a slightly batty cat we had named Scooter..
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/05 14:53:37 (permalink)
Hello All,
Welcome Skooterpye!!!!
I can't wait...well doubt if I will retire. I envy you and your husband.
Girl, time to quit lurking and just give what you got, and I have a feeling
you will add alot to our family and community.
Take Care,
Fieldthistle
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/05 16:42:30 (permalink)
Welcome SK. Nice to have more cat owners and music lovers here. Where was that cat thread?
Joe
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/05 21:49:39 (permalink)
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JRP, maybe we need a good bacon thread here, and welcome.
Joe

Joe,

Here's your bacon thread.
http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=16745

You sound like a bacon fiend - like me.

Jim
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/06 19:42:22 (permalink)
...wasn't aware i was supposed to intoduce myself - better late than never...
i'm a big fan of the Stern's many books and articles in various food mags, and love to cook! this site has already provided me with some great recipes, food recommendations, and no small amount of laughs - thank you!

p.s. i'm a tattoo artist in the beeyootiful garden state - say "hi" if you're inked up!
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/06 20:26:43 (permalink)
JRP, nice post at the bacon thread, thanks!

Sneech, a late welcome. This thread used to get lost, probably was when you first came, but now it's a sticky, thanks to Mike tha mod.
Joe
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/08 12:39:34 (permalink)


please tell me what sticky is.......

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Originally posted by Lone Star

By special request I've decided to make this a "Sticky" thread.
I personally don't like to see a forum with a lot of stickies but a couple 3 or 4 are OK by me.

MikeS.


I have been reading some of the posts by the "new" posters, or posters who have been "lurking" and finally joining in. For the benefit of all, please tell us about yourselves, and join in the fun and joy of roadfooding!
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/08 17:32:23 (permalink)
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please tell me what sticky is.......


Sticky threads remain (stick) at the top of the list, even if there is no recent activity.
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/11 15:12:10 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Skooterpye

Hello everyone,
I wanted to hop in and introduce myself.
I am a frustrated traveller, my husband just retired from several decades of driving tractor-trailers so he's not interested in going anywhere farther than the couch for awhile.
I have 'lurked' and gotten some very positive feelings about the community of Roadfood so hope to make some new online friends and enjoy sharing your recipes, reviews and humor
the screenname is in honor of my favorit guitarist, Bill Cooley and his track on a cd.. and a slightly batty cat we had named Scooter..


Welcome Skooterpye..
You and Ort may have something in common with "Bill Cooley"..
Dont be shy!
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/11 21:06:04 (permalink)
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Originally posted by PapaJoe8

Welcome SK. Nice to have more cat owners and music lovers here. Where was that cat thread?
Joe


CAT OWNERS...?? Did I miss something? Let me tell you about my "feline" family: Simon, Odie, Sister, Mama, Chi, Sister2, Whiny, Wizard, and others.
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/15 20:27:51 (permalink)
Hello to all. Stumbled on the site while searching for restaurant reviews for an upcoming trip. Read many post before I began posting myself last summer.

Hail from a small community in east central Mississippi. About 30 miles east of Oprah's home, 30 miles south of MS State, 30 miles west of Tommy Hamill's (captured in Iraq & escaped) home & 30 miles north of Neshoba County where 3 civil rights workers were killed by the KKK in the 60's. Also, north of Silver Star & Golden Moon casinos on the Choctaw Indian Reservation. Can see their light beams on a cloudy night from my front porch some 30 miles away.

Graduated from MSU & married an Ole Miss fan. Became a Rebel fan & follow the football team most everywhere. Spouse recently retired as the local high school principal. Now tutors math on the Indian reservation. I have worked for local post office 25 years & still enjoy it. Between us we know just about everybody in town. Have two sons who love to hunt. Therefore, deer meat is a staple at our house. I was almost grown before I heard it called "venison".

Love photography, travel & researching my next trip. Been out of the USA a couple of times, but main interest is the 50 states. Want to see them all. I lack eight (NV, CA, OR, WA, MN, AK, WI, ND) Hopefully, Santa will bring me tickets to somewhere new. Don't want to travel interstates unless I have to. Love the backroads. Of course, I want the best food while exploring & that's how I found roadfood.com.

Member of local Pilot Club - a service organization with emphasis on brain-related disorders. Find this very rewarding!!

Also enjoy cooking, collecting recipes & eating.

Favorite eating spots in my area -
1) Shorewood Inn - rural Neshoba County - best shrimp & oysters around
2) Ole Country Bakery - Brooksville - yummy treats made by Mennonite ladies
3) Little Dooey's BBQ - Starkville. However, Tuck's at Noxapater recently opened & may become my favorite if it remains as good as it is now. Time will tell
4) Lake Tiak-O'Khata in Louisville for their dressing & coconut cream pie.
5) A RIP - The Oak Tree Inn in Macon. Hated when it closed. Very classy food prepared by a chef with New Orleans' roots.
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/15 21:20:20 (permalink)
Wow, welcome, lostinthe mail!

There's a certain unintentional bias at Roadfood due to the fact that all its founders and associates are based in the east, but they've certainly discovered how good southern food is, and now it's your turn to head out to CA, NV, OR, WA, etc. and help them discover even more good places in the west by reporting back. Hope this happens soon.

Again, welcome, and best wishes.
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2006/12/16 11:08:33 (permalink)
Lostinthemail, Welcome!

I have made a few trips through central Miss, traveling from Tunica to the coast. Always nice folks and great food to be found there! Not to much said here about the food in your neck of the woods so thanks for list of your favs!
Joe
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2007/01/07 23:01:05 (permalink)
Hey, all. Just another foodie here. Looks like a helpful forum; hopefully I can provide some helpful information as well. I've waited tables, bartended, and cooked and line served, so I've seen my share!
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2007/01/08 12:21:58 (permalink)
Heck there goes my brain, never noticed this thread before.

Here's the inside on Pepper Phil,

Born in Little Italy, in Chicago's South Side , lived for years right on Taylor street Romanian/Italian decent. Escaped the city bussell with my parents who moved to the suburbs in the early 60's...........
Grew up on the southside of Chicago, moved twelve years ago to Tennessee. Just recently bought a small farm in the rolling hills of Tennessee, about 100 miles south of Nashville, well southwest that is.

In the past I have owned a restaurant down here, but most recently have given up work for awhile due to recent surgeries. consider myself a stay at home farmer. grow diffrent kinds of peppers, and am trying to develop a clientel of resturants to keep me up my pepper production.....

Love food, food buffets, and mom and pop restaurants. love ethnic foods, Chinese, Polish, and Italian.
Don't know much about anything but know a little bit about everthing. Hope to meet everyone thru thier posts.
Mike_NZ
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RE: NEW POSTERS! Introduce yourselves! 2007/01/17 08:50:26 (permalink)
Gidday there Folks,
Name is Mike and I come from the South Island of New Zealand, small town called Ashburton.
I've been lurking around this forum off and on for the last 6-9 months and thought I would bite the bullet and register.
I don't work in the restaurant industry per se, but I do work as an Electrician that services mainly restaurants, fast-food outlets and service stations (Gas-station).
Really good site you people have here, so good in fact that I usually have to have some food in front of me while viewing this site as it always makes me hungry.
Cheers Guys,
Mike Trump.
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