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Fat Guy

Days 3-5, April 5-7:

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Read 'em both.

I think FG covered more of the food and the ambiance of the area than Reed did. I haven't done a line by line analysis of the two, but that could be interesting, too.


Apparently it's easier still to dictate the conversation and in effect, kill the conversation.

rancho gordo

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Wonderful thread. Finally got around to reading it, as I'm headed to Panama City Beach. for a long weekend.

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Have you been through Seattle yet? I would love to hear about your experiences in my locale.

Or have I missed a post somewhere? :shock:

Ben


Gimme what cha got for a pork chop!

-Freakmaster

I have two words for America... Meat Crust.

-Mario

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Fatguy was in Seattle on the 1st and 2nd of May. On the 2nd of May, the Pacific NW forum gave Fatdog, Mr. and Mrs. Fatguy a good old bbq. I don't know if Fatguy will ever write about what happened between Austin and Vancouver, but if you absolutely must hear about something that happened in Seattle, click me.

re: edit, this damn Mozilla browser posts the message when you're finished entering the link, before you can double check. :angry:

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A couple of updates on Sandor: 1) Have a look at the December issue of Food & Wine, which should be available in a few weeks. He gets a big mention in a piece I wrote, which is essentially a scaled-down and repurposed version of this diary. 2) I just got a very nice letter from Sandor (wouldn't you know, he writes letters), in which he says he's going to spend his winter in France doing two six-week stages: First at Ambroisie and then at Guy Savoy. Sandor doesn't mess around.


Steven A. Shaw aka "Fat Guy"
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