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 Todays' cowgirl frito pie

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enginecapt

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RE: Todays' cowgirl frito pie Sat, 05/26/07 9:33 AM (permalink)
I don't give a rat's ass what it's called, I just want a bowl of what Joe posted in front of me STAT.
 
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    mayor al

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    RE: Todays' cowgirl frito pie Sat, 05/26/07 9:53 AM (permalink)
    What a difference presentation makes... Thanks Joe for posting the photo from the 66 DINER. Now I Would dive into that dish ! The ripped bag in the original still equates to a Jr Hi prank.

    And call it what you will, names don't make it better (or worse).
     
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      MikeS.

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      RE: Todays' cowgirl frito pie Sun, 05/27/07 8:25 AM (permalink)
      I can't believe the fuss ya'all made over a stupid little old s.

      My bunch of Texans always called it a Frito pie except for 1 aunt that called it a Frito boat. She almost always made it for any type of gathering and we'd have lynched her if she hadn't. JK!

      No one served it in the bag though, it was always in a bowl of some shape. Usually an oblong casserole dish.

      I still love it and make it a couple 3 times a year.

      Mike"S".
       
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        mr chips

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        RE: Todays' cowgirl frito pie Sun, 05/27/07 12:52 PM (permalink)
        Love the dish. Had it at a school fundraiser in San Antonio. No way I would pay $12.00 for one though.
         
        #34
          NYNM

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          RE: Todays' cowgirl frito pie Sun, 05/27/07 4:43 PM (permalink)
          quote:
          Originally posted by mr chips

          Love the dish. Had it at a school fundraiser in San Antonio. No way I would pay $12.00 for one though.


          Just remember, whenever you order food in NYC, half the price is rent!!!
           
          #35
            FlippyTheRed

            RE: Todays' cowgirl frito pie Sun, 05/27/07 8:01 PM (permalink)
            If y'all are from the DC area you can get a pretty decent Frito Pie at Hard Times.

            http://www.hardtimes.com/menu/menu1.asp

            When I first moved here (from L.A.) I was happy to find that they offered a Cincinnati chili, but it just doesn't rack up with Skyline. It does work well into Frito Pie though.

            Flippy
             
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