How about info from truckers

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2013/10/06 16:05:42 (permalink)

How about info from truckers

I just realized that after reading postings over the years,I can't remember seeing any recommendations from truckers.
They must know many excellent roadfood places.
Also how about some imput on truck stops?
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    pineyhill
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    Re:How about info from truckers 2013/10/06 17:59:43 (permalink)
    Yea, they would know about all of the "Choke and Pukes".....

     
     
    post edited by pineyhill - 2013/10/06 18:01:12
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    Re:How about info from truckers 2013/10/06 18:16:06 (permalink)
    There have been some "Trucker Recommended" and Truck stop places recommended scattered throughout the web site from time to time.
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    Re:How about info from truckers 2013/10/06 18:30:08 (permalink)
    Poverty Pete is our resident trucker,  so he would be the man to ask 
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    Re:How about info from truckers 2013/10/06 19:08:13 (permalink)
    He likes Katzinger's.
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    Re:How about info from truckers 2013/10/07 18:14:42 (permalink)
    wanderingjew

    Poverty Pete is our resident trucker,  so he would be the man to ask 
    And he is as reliable a tipster on finding great Roadfood restaurants as there is one this board! 

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    Re:How about info from truckers 2013/10/07 20:21:14 (permalink)
    Many of the truck stop chains have dropped their own restaurant/food prep and brought in either a FF Stand or a Denny's. The Flying J Chain comes to mind. We used to enjoy some very good CFS either with eggs as a breakfast or with Mashed Potato as a dinner... gone now.  A few still run their own 'chow'...Petro Brothers has it's Iron Skillets that are one of the few we will stop at these days.
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    Re:How about info from truckers 2013/10/07 23:12:29 (permalink)
    I used to work for TA - Truck stops of America - back in the day, and they were pretty good then. Haven't been in one in years
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