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Old 08-19-2003, 10:04 PM   #196
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Key Lime Pie, made with real key limes, is great, but I know nothing of this "lime bar" concept.

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Old 08-19-2003, 10:15 PM   #197
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i agree on the real key lime pie bit. real key lime pie is certainly a better choice than a lime bar, regardless of how good the lime bar is. it's just frozen limes in bar form i believe. except apparently when you leave it too long in your freezer it takes on the taste of the plastic packaging. i know this because my sister came over and ate my last one that had been in there a while and did not particularly enjoy it, and she is the lime bar lover of the family. although she prefers the lime bars being sold by the chicago ice cream cart guys - the ones with the bells on their carts. evidently their lime bars do not sit around in freezers for prolonged amounts of time, thus sparing her any plastic aftertaste.
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Being a rare non-vegetarian U2 fan, I have found that some of the best hot dogs available are sold by guys with carts, but the carts do not have bells.

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the bells make all the difference. although i'm not sure how true this is in regards to meat products. i, for one, believe that the best hot dogs in the world are sold at wrigley field, and wrigley has no bells that i'm aware of.

and while we're on the cubs, i would like to blame gw for causing the cubs to go from being up 5-3 in the third to now being down 12-5 in the sixth. after all the game is being played in texas.
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I have heard much about these Wrigley Field hot dogs. It's a shame they don't ell them at the "Wrigley Field" Southwest Airlines gate at Chicago-Midway Airport, as I once changed flights there. I purchased a beer in a paper cup there, however.

The stadium dogs at Bryant-Denny, the home stadium of the University of Alabama Crimson Tide football team, are the best stadium dogs I have had. They have a "mustard/ketchup mix" with a light layer of onions and kraut. I know several Auburn fans who say that these are the best stadium dogs, and Auburn fans usually hate everything Alabama.

Birmingham has numerous hot dog restaurants that each use their own variation of local hot dog sauces, usually accompanied by mustard, kraut and onions. Pete's Famous is the best, although Gus's and Sneaky Pete's are also good.

And you can bet your white socks that GW has something to do with the unfortunate turn of events in the Cubs game.

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Gw sucks. I blame him for the Cubs problems over the last 110 years.

Veggie dogs!!

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I just had a work lunch with a client who said, "He just simply does not like to eat birds."

what a character.
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Not even hickory-grilled emu with a glaze of raspberry vinaigrette?

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The stadium dogs at Bryant-Denny, the home stadium of the University of Alabama Crimson Tide football team, are the best stadium dogs I have had. They have a "mustard/ketchup mix" with a light layer of onions and kraut. I know several Auburn fans who say that these are the best stadium dogs, and Auburn fans usually hate everything Alabama.

I'll have to try 'em.
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what's a klondike bar????
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Old 08-21-2003, 12:09 AM   #206
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I asked that question some time ago. It seems that a klondike bar is something that you would do anything for.
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Old 08-21-2003, 12:11 AM   #207
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it is ice cream with like alcohol in it or something.
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it sounds yummy
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I made kup the alcohol thing.
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Old 08-21-2003, 12:33 AM   #210
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doesn't matter... it sounds fine
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