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The merits of chain dining in the Heartland


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I had always heard that they don't actually bake those gargantuan potatoes at J&J's! Believe it or not, they are "baked" in the deep fryer! Gotta love that! Their steaks are pretty good, not Morton's or CG quality! The rest of their food is pretty pedestrian! Personally, nothing beats Mortons for wretched carniverous indulgence.

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I had always heard that they don't actually bake those gargantuan potatoes at J&J's! Believe it or not,  they are "baked" in the deep fryer! Gotta love that! Their steaks are pretty good, not Morton's or CG quality! The rest of their food is pretty pedestrian! Personally, nothing beats Mortons for wretched carniverous indulgence.

But of course . . . the reason that everyone loves the 'baked' potatoes at the venerable Don's Steakhouse is that they are fried in their jackets.

Judy Jones aka "moosnsqrl"

Sharing food with another human being is an intimate act that should not be indulged in lightly.

M.F.K. Fisher

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