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Posted: 10/19/19 03:00pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Point was, if it was as bad as y'all let on, you'd stop eatin it.

I love eating out, and I definitely know my way around the stove.


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JAC1982 wrote:

Thunder Mountain wrote:

Unless you pay high dollars for a meal, everything just comes off the same Sysco truck everywhere you go. Even at high end restaurants much of the food comes from the same purveyors. It is just the way the chefs prepare it. We don't eat out much because of this. We have few favorites. None of them are chains. Many are mom and pop Mexican/Southwestern. One of our favorite places is Southern Vittles in Lake City Colorado. Home style comfort food. This summer the local campground owner told us about a place in Dubois, WY that was over the top including homemade pies.


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Cowboy Café - It had a huge breakfast plate that the two of us split. We usually don't do breakfast out, but this was wonderful. Finished it off with some pie and ice cream which we split as well.


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I think modern Food now - It's a Vegan Food...
And often it's expensive food((
I'm not a vegan, but sometimes I make at home Vegan Pasta
Cheap and tasty recipe!

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Thunder Mountain wrote:

Cowboy Café - It had a huge breakfast plate that the two of us split. We usually don't do breakfast out, but this was wonderful. Finished it off with some pie and ice cream which we split as well.


Pie and ice cream for breakfast - my kind of campers.


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We are all in fully contained RV's, what happened to home cooking? I won't say we don't eat our but Wendy's, Burger King, etc all have salads for times we are not near the RV at meal times. Wife is a great cook and for what a single meal costs at the "upper end restaurants" we can eat for days with fresh home cooked food.


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