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Chocdoc - Strutting her Stuff on the Boardwalk


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Waiting in line at Angelos - at the bar

 

 

 

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33 minutes ago, Okanagancook said:

That is one nasty looking salad.

We had dug into it before taking the picture - so it wasn't as bad as it appeared.

 

 

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Late dinner tonight - we set out for Pancho's Tacqueria - I'm directionally challenged so we turned left on Arctic instead of right. By the time we figured it out - we decided we were half way to the Borgato so we'd check it out for dinner. Well it was a bit more of a walk than we anticipated - through a rather sketchy neigbourhood then across a highway and over a big lawn, and up a huge ramp - but we got there! However anything that looked the slightest bit interesting in there was closed - so we jumped in a jitney to head back to town. Does 'jitney' bring pictures to your mind of a lovely caribbean driver sauntering along the road? Well picture instead a rather unhappy looking hispanic with a lead foot and no interest in stopping to pick people up or drop people off. He came very close to running over a pedestrian while he raced across the city like a bat out of hell. 

 

A short walk after our drop off point brought us back to Angelo's which was about a block from our hotel (to the right not the left). 

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Gotta have a McD's breakfast fix now and again. I understand.  And you can rest assured when you lay your head down at night that no real food was harmed in the making of it.  

 

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Apparently there are worse things you could have for breakfast

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pork porterhouse with sweet potato and Brussels sprout hash - sso gastrique 

 

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22 minutes ago, Kerry Beal said:

Anyone?

 

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Taylor Pork Roll. Jersey staple. Sort of a cross between bacon and spam.  Tasty indeed fried up. Note the notches to prevent curling

 

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1 hour ago, gfweb said:

 

Taylor Pork Roll. Jersey staple. Sort of a cross between bacon and spam.  Tasty indeed fried up. Note the notches to prevent curling

 

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Got it in one!

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