food I miss by not living there anymore.

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NYNM
Filet Mignon
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2006/12/09 10:05:31
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Originally posted by Ashphalt

Tasti-D-Lite? Is that one of those non-fat, lo-cal, non-dairy, Kosher frozen dessert miracles they only sell in the tri-state area?

At one time the big one was Skimpy Treat. It sort-of lost popularity after the Times food editors looked into it and discovered that, yes, it could be as lo-cal as they say if prepared according to factory standards, but no-one in the City did, or could, actually serve it that way.





Oh yes, T-D-L is a non-fat, non-sugar, non-nutritious "frozen dessert" that is totally addictive and quite the NYC cult thing. I have written about it in "desserts" forum, but it has gone unrecognized by RF. Such a shame! In fact the weather's 14 degress here, and I think I might just go out and get me some!
corabeth
Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2006/12/10 12:42:16
From West Virginia:

Hot dogs with chili, slaw, onions,mustard

Real sweet tea

Anything my mother cooks or bakes. She is the best cook & baker that I have ever seen in 59 years.
BunnySlippers
Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2006/12/10 12:52:22
Takeout Teriyaki pork or chicken from Seattle. There's nothing like it here in NC.
boilermaker
Hamburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/26 19:29:33
Wendy62

From Lafayette Indiana:

My sons miss Pizza King pizza. Not just the restaurant experience, with the out-of-date games, the cartoons and the train bringing around your orders. The pizza, because kids are weird.



It's gotta be a local thing. Pizza King and Arni's. Pretty much the same thing. I moved back to LAF in August and so far have been able to avoid them.
 
Lord, I miss date shakes. Years ago, you could drive along the Pacific Coast Highway and there would be little shacks and lunch trucks with signs saying "Date Shakes." When I last lived in SoCal, my job would take me out to Palm Springs monthly, so I would stop by Hadley's in Cabazon.
 
Was out in Arizona and had to stop off in Dateland for a shake.
sk bob
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/26 19:43:51
Capial Lunch hot dogs
Blackies hot dogs
Franklin Ave. Giant Grinders
Pizza Pal
99 Resturaunt
Chucks Steakhouse
Stew Leonards

all in central Connecticut
MiamiDon
Filet Mignon
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/26 19:57:26
Whoa, a 3-year thread revival!
dadetigl
Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/26 20:32:18
Cincinnati: Skyline Chili, et al.
New Orleans:  Roast beef and swiss Po-boy/ Acey's Pool Hall.
Large Man
Hamburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/26 20:41:16
Hoagies in New Jersey and fresh seafood in North Florida.
sk bob
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/27 17:27:51
I thought I posted on this a couple years ago but I was mistooken
Lindseyup67
Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/27 18:28:09
Hate to be lame...but I am from downstate Michigan...and I miss.........White Castle's (not just their burgers, but their sides of fried clams), the BEST damn pizza and subs in the world at Green Lanterns tavern (Michael and Jane, you NEED to experience this..and all the awesome Chinese restaurants that are to be had in that neck of the woods!!!!!!
boyardee65
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/27 21:02:21
  Chipotle chicken tacos from The Mecca Restaurant and Cantina in Wickenburg, AZ. I make them at home but it is not the same.

  The Kentucky Hot Brown at Phantom Canyon Brewery in Colorado Springs,CO. I make these at home but alas, not the same.

JMHO

David O.

 
boilermaker
Hamburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/27 21:27:39
sk bob

Blackies hot dogs
Stew Leonards

all in central Connecticut


I never lived there, but did spend considerable time there in 2004-2005. Blackies was a favorite of mine, too.
 
It's interesting the threads one finds when searching for places to eat while traveling ;)
ken8038
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/27 22:22:23
I moved from Brooklyn to New Jersey years ago when my daughter was a baby, so it's not far enough to have never gone back, and the food isn't all that different anyway.

But what I do miss is having a tavern on practically every corner, including right up the block from where my wife and I lived before moving to NJ. We could knock off a bottle of wine over Friday night pizza and just walk home, or I could watch Monday night football or baseball with the boys over several beers. Now I gotta drive everywhere.
cameron074
Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/27 22:56:14
Buffalo wings from Porkys in Shelton, Connecticut. I lived less than a mile away after moving from Milford. If I had to eat 1 restaurants buffalo wings for the rest of my life I'd be honored if it was from Porkys. I need to make a trip...
rebeltruce
Double Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/28 06:47:09
From Central Pa....

Subs and Pizza from the O.I.P. (Original Italian Pizza) Milroy, Pa. There are othe locations this one is my favorite.

Hotdogs w/everything from Laskarisis in Lewistown Pa.

Sausage, Scrapple, Bacon, Souse, from Peachey's Market in Barrville, Pa.
carolina bob
Filet Mignon
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/28 10:02:33
Although I've never actually lived in North Carolina, I've spent such a sizable part of my life there that, here at home in the Chicago area, I tend to be preoccupied with all the Tarheel goodies that I can't get around here. Country ham, sausage biscuits, Carolina 'que, sweet tea, hushpuppies, fried apple pies... the list goes on and on.
mland520
Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/28 10:35:27
Moved from upstate NY (Mid Hudson area) to Dallas 25 years ago- went back one time almost 11 years ago- miss the most...... Friendly's ice cream, Texas Hot Weiners, really good pizza, and decent Chinese food. When we first moved here- their idea of "good" Italian food was Chucky Cheese- it's a little better now, but not much. As for Chinese, I still haven't found any place that can do it like up north- I swear, it must be the water! As for Texas Hots, I make my own sauce ( I have George's recipe) and I order my top cut buns from Famous Foods!
mayor al
Fire Safety Admin
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/28 12:18:15
 We've lived in several parts of the USA, West, East, NorthEast, and Midwest, but the move that has affected us the most in terms of homesick for the food was our move from SoCal to Louisville in 2000.

Now I am not complaining, as we have gained some great BBQ and Midwest/Southern Fusion foods that have really added to our "favorites" list. However we do miss some things that seemed to be 'more available' or just better out there.

Burgers- Farmer Boys and In n Out!

Mexican
- Casa Delicious by the tracks in Hesperia. Very low key but super Mexican food and tons of trains to watch while enjoying it !

Chinese
- Laugh if you will, but my favorite (non-Burger) FF in SoCal was Panda Express. I love the Orange Chicken and Pork BBQ with Noodles Combo plate. Again, this was then taken to a RR overlook to be enjoyed as the trains rolled by!

Chicken- I do avoid KFC these days. Our favorite FF Chicken now comes from Popeyes....but I would like to do some El Pollo Loco now and then and there are none within a reasonable drive of us.

Desserts- We have excellent Ice Creams, and the Pies here in the Midwest are easy to find and quite good, but I miss the annual Marie Callandars Pie Sale ( February) When whole pies go on sale at all the M C bakery/restaurants. We would really pig-out on the pie during that month-long sale. We can buy MC pies for home baking or just thaw and serve, but they aren't quite the same as those Fresh from the Oven Pies we found each winter in SoCal.
 
From an earlier Generation--  From my College Days in Mass. (Salem State)-  Whole-Belly Clams, Indian Pudding, Putnam's Pantry Ice Cream, Fried Fish Cakes, and Moxie.
 
From a 4 year stint teaching in Upstate NY (Oswego State)-  Hot Ham Sandwiches from Eddies in Sylvan Beach. Maple Syrup made in a wood-fired evaporator at my neighbors farm, using sap from our own Maple trees.
 
6 years in New Jersey  gave us some good Subs and Salt Water Taffy...and thats about all.

post edited by mayor al - 2010/01/31 12:16:26
leethebard
Sirloin
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/28 13:11:37
nocarolina

Although I've never actually lived in North Carolina, I've spent such a sizable part of my life there that, here at home in the Chicago area, I tend to be preoccupied with all the Tarheel goodies that I can't get around here. Country ham, sausage biscuits, Carolina 'que, sweet tea, hushpuppies, fried apple pies... the list goes on and on.

I'll agree here..while I, too, never lived in NC, I did spend several summers there decades ago...and I miss footlongs with cole slaw....homemade hushpuppies, great country ham...and correctly made grits!!!!!...oh and those blue ridge mountains near Burnsville NC!!!!I miss southern meals at the Nu-Wray Inn off the Square there!
enginecapt
Filet Mignon
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/28 13:35:01
Al, I had a Farmer Boys chili burger last week.

Well, 2 of them. With avocado. Delicious.
mayor al
Fire Safety Admin
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/29 11:20:24
" /> You really enjoy reminding me of them, don't you?  As i said in my first post, I do miss those things...and with the temp in the low teens and threatening skies with ice and Snow forecasted, I miss the whole scene a bit more right now than I might under other circumstances !!

However I can counter with some really good BBQ choices and Hearty Mid-Western Chow that equals many of those things I long for from SoCal.

See you in a few monthes, and we hope to share those Burgers at that time !
brisketboy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/29 11:29:42
I used to be stationed in San Diego and I really miss the awesome menudo I could get there. Just not the same here in Texas. But I guess the Migas make up for it.
brisketboy
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/29 11:31:15
Oh yeah and them artery clogging double-double with onions at In and Out.
NYPIzzaNut
Filet Mignon
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/29 11:34:22
Lindseyup67

Hate to be lame...but I am from downstate Michigan...and I miss.........White Castle's (not just their burgers, but their sides of fried clams), the BEST damn pizza and subs in the world at Green Lanterns tavern (Michael and Jane, you NEED to experience this..and all the awesome Chinese restaurants that are to be had in that neck of the woods!!!!!!


I love my White Castles in Ohio - are fried clams just available in Michigan?
phatphil
Double Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/30 22:22:38
i am from chicago ( skokie ) and miss
lou malnatis
sarkis
poochies
herms
mannys
lawrence fisheries fried shrimp
barnabys
superdawg
kauffmans deli
carsons
peqods
Foodbme
Porterhouse
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/01/30 23:17:13
I lived in Pensacola FL for 16 years--Miss the FRESH Seafood!
Grouper, Snapper, Shrimp, Crab, Oysters and Deep Fried Mullet Backs!
IntelligentT82
Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/02/01 12:41:38
I was born and raised in Kalamazoo Michigan.  Left Michigan to go to school in the DC area and been here ever since.  Get ready because I really miss the food back home...okay here we go
Places/things I miss eating in Kalamazoo MI:

"Request by Radaghast" (now called "Recommended by Doan") Pizza at Bilbos Pizza

Beer Battered Shrimp from Olde Peninsula Brewpub

Prime Rib Steak Sandwich with the special white horseradish type of sauce from Old Burdick's (I think it's not a sandwich now, they turned it into a wrap)


Frosty Boy Ice Cream - I miss the Ice Cream and they had one of the best BBQ Beef Sandwiches I've ever had

The Italian Grinder from Samuel Mancino's

The Chicken Pizzas at the Meijer Grocery Store Pizza Station was the best, believe it or not

The Jumbo Boneless Wings from Lee's Chicken

Soft Tacos from Taco Bob's (used to go here since I was a kid when it was in the little space in Downtown K-zoo)

One of the best Chicken Salad Sandwiches I ever had at Sandwich Express Downtown Kalamazoo

Shrimp with Chili Sauce or anything else from Hunan Gardens (best Chinese I've ever had)

Chili and Cheese Hot Dogs from Coney Island

6 egg sausage and cheese omelette from Colonial Kitchen

The Chicken Deluxe Sub or the Colossal Sub from Roma's Pizza

BBQ Rib Tips or the Catfish Dinner from the BBQ Pit

The Three Cheese Olga's Gyro from Olga's Kitchen

The best California Reuben Sandwich ever...at University Roadhouse

Anything is good at Blue Dolphin Greek Restaurant

Ok ok...let me stop....that's all folks








post edited by IntelligentT82 - 2010/02/01 13:55:45
eyejms
Junior Burger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/02/01 17:34:32
The food I miss most are the Flint-style Coney Dogs from Flint Michigan.   The TSA no longer allows coney sauce in your bag..... Damn  those terrorists.
post edited by eyejms - 2010/02/01 20:10:21
Foodbme
Porterhouse
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/02/01 20:00:37
eyejms

The food I miss most are the Flint-style Coney Dogs from Flint Michigan.   The TSA no longer allows coney sauce in your bag..... Dam those terrorists.


The TSA is SO Stupid about some things. No Proactive Planning, Only Reactive Responding. Next thing you know, they'll make us drop our "Pants on the Ground"' http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1X9AUZoG0I0  so they can check for our exploding Boxers! ( If you've not seen "Pants on the Ground", you gotta watch "The General", Age 62!) LMAO!
 
I wanted to bring 2 Jars of some really Good Horseradish home from Nashville. I even offered to open it just to watch the TSA person's Nose flair wide open and his eyes to water. I hope he enjoyed eating it as much as I wanted to!
mayor al
Fire Safety Admin
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/02/01 20:02:14
eyejms- Yeah TSA has altered a lot of our 'bring-home' foodie supplies !! I am not sure how Poverty Pete managed to get the 2 Four-Pound pkgs of thick-sliced Bacon in his carry on thru the security in SoCal....but he did it ! AS a result I now have some really good Maple-flavored Bacon again !
john_1
Junior Burger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/02/01 22:18:21
OK, I admit I am whacko about food.  Here are life's favorites:

CHICAGO in the 50's:  King's Ribs.  They burned down around 1960, but I grew up eating them.  Last time I had them, I was about 8 years old, but I can still remember them.  No sauce, dry, but I wish I knew what they put on them to make me remember 50 years later.

CHICAGO in recent years:  1.  White castle.  Hadn't been back in a decade, but flew into Midway and first stop before going anyplace else was the one around Ogden and Harlem, though any one would do.

2.  Bohemian Crystal Restaurant in Westmont.  My best friend form high school and his wife took us there for the best Bohemian food I had ever eaten.  I almost dream about that place and can hardly wait to return from San Diego.

3.  White Fence Farm in Romeoville.  Another friend took us here and I had the best steak almost in my life, and my wife still, after 5 years, talks about how delicious the chicken was...crispy on the outside, tender and juicy on the inside.  We used to get it at the to-go place on Harlem in the 60's but I may not have appreciated it so much back then.  NO steak place I have ever been to in the U.S has compared to that steak that night.

4.  Cock Robin in Brookfield by the train station.  Now closed.  I brought a huge bag of burgers back on the plane.  We were on the way to the airport and I bought as much as I could carry.  I was in heaven for a week!

5.  Italian Beef Sandwiches.  There was a place on our way to the near north side from Riverside area.  I have a picture of it and will try to find out what restaurant really tickled my tastebuds.  However, almost ANY Italian Beef in Chicago area flat out beats anything in San Diego.

Champaign, IL, near UIUC:  Really, about my favorite thing in the whole world to eat is PAPA DEL'S PIZZA.  I was a student when they opened for the first time around the corner from that big bookstore on Green St.  I have adored their pizza ever since, and I just read that they ship.  I will have to call later this week.  No website up and running yet, but they say one is on the way.

Paris, FR:  Last time we were there, I had Lasagna Bolognese at the cafeteria on the top (I think) floor of Galeries Lafayette.  Topped with a sauce, can't hink of what it is right now, that kind of semi-fluffy cream sauce.  OMG, it was sooo delicious.

Zurich, Switzerland:  The Kalbfleisch Bratwurst they sell all over town that people walk around eating.  I have a secret supplier here that is very, very close though, but they only sell them at the various street fairs around town.

San Diego:  If I ever leave, and that is doubtful, there are 4 restaurants I would find it hard to live without:

1.  Jack and Giulios for Scampi Giulio.  They have been making the same recipe for like 40 years, and it is as good today as when I first had it in about 1980.

2.  The Grant Grill downtown.  Has the most absolutely delicious "chicken fried steak and eggs" in the world.  "Filet Country-Fried Niman Ranch New York Steak with Apple Wood Smoked Bacon Gravy, Eggs any style, and truffled hash browns" on a custom English Muffin...most of that from their website.  They serve these delicious crispy big cracker things and wonderful bread while you are waiting for your masterpiece to arrive.  Erin has been our server many times, though it is like going to a friend's house for brunch.  She is absolutely wonderful, as is everyone else.  The chef came out once or twice to say hi too.  Wonderful place.  Not quite road food, but it is near a road.  Well worth the trip from ANYPLACE!

3.  Siesel's Meats in Bay Park:  Many things in there are to die for, but grab a roast beef sandwich from the deli counter.  It is the best RB I have ever had.  Wonderful store to wander around for unusual meats, and the butcher area has deeelicious meats of all kinds.

4.  Used to love the Iowa Porker Breakfast at Valley House in Santee.  They closed though.  Best fried pork tenderloin floating on a lake of cream gravy next to an island of fantastic hashbrowns.  OMG. Too bad they turned it into Filippi's Pizza, though Filippi's might be number 5 for me.  I used to love Square Pan Pizza in La Jolla.  They closed in the 70's though.

5.  Used to love Anthony's, but they changed the shrimp in their salads and I swear the Mama's Platter, or whatever it is called, changed too.  I won't supply any more details, but we don't go there much anymore, though the Fishette is still on our list.  It was much better 30 years ago though too back when SD had half as many people as it does now. 

I could probably go on for a few more, but that is it for now. 

We will be going to New York to see Manhattan sometime this year, and hope to find a lot of new favorites.

Regards.
Soccer862923
Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/02/02 07:55:59
Well, considering I have lived in the Dayton, OH vicinity my whole life there isn't anything I miss by not living here per say, but there are a few things I miss because they just aren't around anymore.

1) Willihana's Asian Buffet - Used to be this great little Asian buffet within 5 min of my parents house. Had the best out of any of the dishes that I love: General Tso's, Vegetable Lo Mein, Crab rangoon, and dumplings. Alas they closed down a short while ago and haven't found the right replacement. Their old spot is now occupied by Grub Steak.

2) Casa Lupita's - Was a great little Mexican restaurant that had the best breakfast brunch that I can ever remember with wonderful waffles made to order, mounds of perfectly cooked bacon and of course sopapillas. It has been closed for a good 10 years at least now. It's old spot is now occupied by Carver's Steak house.
vindelicato
Junior Burger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/02/02 09:55:16
I haven't actually lived there, but when I go out west to NW Arkansas to visit the in-laws, two places I have to eat at every time are AQ in Springdale (chicken tenders, chicken "over the coals", fried dill pickle chips, huge fried mushrooms) and Catfish John's in Rogers (tons of good cornmeal coated catfish for a cheap price).
 
Also, on the trips out there, when we take the "northern" route from Northern VA (along I-70), I have to stop at least one time at a White Castle...CraveCase time!
 
Finally, I love going to Steak n' Shake on our trips out there. First one we hit is in Ohio, just across the WV line...perfectly timed for lunch. Though Culver's Butterburgers are pretty good too.
 
D-mn, now I'm getting hungry!
HPlatz
Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/02/02 10:25:20
Tony's screamers and growlers from Girardville, PA.  Similarly, Marrone's and Centiole's pizza.  Two hour ride one way to get that stuff now.  It's a rare treat and not sometihng always handy now.
the grillman
Double Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/02/02 10:29:41
From Hannibal, MO - pork tenderloins and homemade root beer from the Dinette.  No better place in the area to get a good tenderloin - you sure can't get them in St. Louis....

From Columbia, MO - pizza from Shakespeare's - if this place was in NY, it would have a national following!
                                -burgers from Booche's, as well as their chili -  what more can you say about a burger slapped on a piece of waxed paper and handed to you hot from the grill?
                               - pizza and gyro's, as well as steak, from G & D -  just a nice friendly neighborhood spot....

From Peoria, Il - sandwiches and bread from Avanti's; the italian bread they use is a little sweet, and takes a bit of getting used to; but the flavor and the texture is great.

From Dayton and Kettering, OH - Cassano's and Mama DiSalvo's
                              - steaks from the Pine Club.
                              - grilled seafood from Jay's

Cassano's is an acquired taste, but there's nothing else like it. 


cavandre
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/02/03 16:44:03
john_1 

We will be going to New York to see Manhattan sometime this year, and hope to find a lot of new favorites.

Regards.

When there, try a breakfast of bacon, egg & cheese on a NYC Hard Roll. I really miss those down here.
NYPIzzaNut
Filet Mignon
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/02/03 16:49:19
cavandre

john_1 

We will be going to New York to see Manhattan sometime this year, and hope to find a lot of new favorites.

Regards.

When there, try a breakfast of bacon, egg & cheese on a NYC Hard Roll. I really miss those down here.
We really miss them here also.


Foodbme
Porterhouse
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/02/03 19:16:16
cavandre

john_1 

We will be going to New York to see Manhattan sometime this year, and hope to find a lot of new favorites.

Regards.

When there, try a breakfast of bacon, egg & cheese on a NYC Hard Roll. I really miss those down here.

 
You can get Bacon, Egg & Cheese anywhere-----But there's absolutely Nothing that can replace a NY City Hard Roll!
 I've heard the NYC Water System is what makes for all the good Bakery Products in NYC.It comes down from Upstate NY via a viaduct system. NYC water is rated as one of the best water systems in the country for purity & Clarity! 

post edited by Foodbme - 2010/02/03 19:21:12
Soccer862923
Cheeseburger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/02/04 12:11:31
stlouisguy

Cassano's is an acquired taste, but there's nothing else like it. 


Yes there is, it's called Marion's and it is the superior of the two versions in my opinion. The sauces are pretty much exactly the same as Marion took the recipe from Cassano's when he started Marion's.
sailawayklm
Junior Burger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/02/04 13:55:22
I miss Sonoran food from South Tucson........nothing like carne asada tacos and a cold Tecate to cure a hangover.  I'm in Colorado now......Rocky Mountain Oysters anyone?
mrh581166
Junior Burger
RE: food I miss by not living there anymore. 2010/02/06 09:30:14
Oh so many...in my "home away from home Chicago" I definitely miss the Chicago Italian beef sandwich (Mr. Beef on Orleans being my fave -- though Portillo's by mail helps fill the gap).  The double-butter crust thin pepperoni pizza at Lou Malnatis...and, of course, the pan (sorry everyone, Lou's is the best!  And the Uno's chain here in Jersey isn't cutting it...)  The Whoopskidog and strawberry shake at Super Dog on Milwaukee Ave.  The french onion soup at Mity Nice in Water Tower (I really miss the mac & cheese and chicken pot pie, but they changed the recipe, so everyone misses them now!)  My Hebrew Natl with grilled onions behind the third base dugout at Wrigley (though that may have something to do with the atmosphere too!) 

And from my true  home (Texas)?  The yeast rolls at Black-eyed Pea (I know, a chain...but darn fine rolls!)  Love Burgers at the Stockyards.  Cheese & onion enchiladas at El Fenix (again, a chain, but they really are the best!)  Croque monsieur at Bess Bistro in Austin.  Blackberry cobbler at Salt Lick BBQ. 

My mother's round steak (truly, its own food group). 
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