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Feasting on Asphalt


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we were going to check out el pollo inka, but I am saving it for my show!

Good strategy - gotta keep a few cards close to the [kevlar] vest :wink:

Judy Jones aka "moosnsqrl"

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I just bumped into Alton and his fellow bikers trailed by a film crew. They were eating at a fancy new gelato place in New Orleans. As I wandered off, Alton was programing his GPS for an alligator farm.

I'm guessing there is a new season of Feasting on Asphalt on the way.

Todd A. Price aka "TAPrice"

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I'm going to arrive in Baton Rouge on Sunday, I suppose that they will be farther north by then.

Darn! A near miss.

Wow, I thought they would be gone from New Orleans already...yea they hit the road on Monday...going up the Mississippi...

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He is heading up river....

Think he'll make it as far North as Itasca State Park, where you can "Walk across the mighty Mississippi as it starts its winding journey 2,552 miles to the Gulf of Mexico. "

SB (been there - a couple hours drive from here, and done that - when I was about 10 years old :smile: )

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He is heading up river....

Think he'll make it as far North as Itasca State Park, where you can "Walk across the mighty Mississippi as it starts its winding journey 2,552 miles to the Gulf of Mexico. "

SB (been there - a couple hours drive from here, and done that - when I was about 10 years old :smile: )

Been there, done that too (with ex-husband--too bad the water wasn't deeper).

I was hoping he would veer off and head up the Ohio...wishful thinking I suppose...

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I look occasionally at Alton's website. Anyone know that Good Eats won a Peabody? Second there are apparently going to be more episodes of Feasting on Asphalt coming in August. Something to look forward to! :smile:

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