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    semi-aquatic like otters be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeaconBrews View Post
    Houston is so big and has a nice mix of cultures. Dallas is the better comparison to Charlotte among US cities, just really boring. Denver at least has weed.
    A few years ago the WaPo restaurant critic traveled to a lot of the major cities in the US to scope out their food scenes then at the end of the year ranked the top 10 food cities in the country. Houston was like #4.

  3. #103
    Quote Originally Posted by TenaciousKory View Post
    can you imagine paul hollywood saying "good bread is but a vessel for the tasty other foods you also want to enjoy." mary berry would slap his shit

    good bagel is like good bread that shit just needs a spread and you're golden
    This is elevating the bagel to a status it does not require nor have. Itís a carb. A masterful counterpart to lox or smear or hummus or BEC or any number of delicious combinations of tasty treats. A good bagel is worth pairing with expensive and carefully smoked fish but it still costs $3 and can be made by hundreds of establishments well.

  4. #104
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    Quote Originally Posted by mako1331 View Post
    Explain to me what Iím missing with bagels. Iím not anti bagel, but I definitely donít have a strong opinion on them.


    How are they superior to the biscuit?
    pizza and bagels? wtf dude

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    Quote Originally Posted by TownieDeac View Post
    This is elevating the bagel to a status it does not require nor have. Itís a carb. A masterful counterpart to lox or smear or hummus or BEC or any number of delicious combinations of tasty treats. A good bagel is worth pairing with expensive and carefully smoked fish but it still costs $3 and can be made by hundreds of establishments well.
    yeah, but also this is the proper response to anyone putting any sort of food on a pedestal

  6. #106
    Quote Originally Posted by JuiceCrewAllStar View Post
    the real Queen City sits on a nice river and has cool bridges
    And for some reason everyone is moving from Cincinnati to Charlotte.

  7. #107
    Quote Originally Posted by mako1331 View Post
    What is the best city for an uncultured hick rube to just walk around and look at shit?
    NYC, all day every day.

  8. #108
    Wheeew it got hot here for a few days and our AC is out this beer went straight to my head

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    Quote Originally Posted by BarcaDeac View Post
    A few years ago the WaPo restaurant critic traveled to a lot of the major cities in the US to scope out their food scenes then at the end of the year ranked the top 10 food cities in the country. Houston was like #4.
    I can see it! B&B was a great steakhouse, Xochi wasnít my bag but I get the reviews. Didnít even try any Asian food and they have a great list allegedly.

  10. #110
    I am watching Boiling Point (the docs made when Gordon Ramsay was gunning for three Michelin stars instead of yelling at people on FOX) and his mentor Marco Pierre White is TERRIFYING and I wish I could eat at a kitchen he was running.

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    Last two cities I visited were DEN and Philly. Was surprised how small Denver was. Didn't seem like there was much to Denver other than Breweries, which now every city seems to have. Was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed Philly, made me feel bad about trolling Townie about how much he liked Philly.

  12. #112
    Quote Originally Posted by BarcaDeac View Post
    New York too imo
    Quote Originally Posted by TenaciousKory View Post
    damn another major city that has turned its back on America. awful to see.
    They were busy trolling the Dutch and their city "New Amsterdam"

  13. #113
    Quote Originally Posted by ImTheCaptain View Post
    pizza and bagels? wtf dude
    When pizza's on a bagel...you can eat pizza anytime

  14. #114
    Quote Originally Posted by TownieDeac View Post
    This is elevating the bagel to a status it does not require nor have. Itís a carb. A masterful counterpart to lox or smear or hummus or BEC or any number of delicious combinations of tasty treats. A good bagel is worth pairing with expensive and carefully smoked fish but it still costs $3 and can be made by hundreds of establishments well.
    meh. i guess i'm talking about the Platonic form of the bagel and taking issue with your faming of the bagel (and apparently carbs now) as a mere vessel for other foods.

    if it's good enough, you're not focused on how it's a masterful counterpart to other food, you're thinking "damn that's a good bagel."
    semi-aquatic like otters be.

  15. #115
    Quote Originally Posted by stugotz View Post
    Last two cities I visited were DEN and Philly. Was surprised how small Denver was. Didn't seem like there was much to Denver other than Breweries, which now every city seems to have. Was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed Philly, made me feel bad about trolling Townie about how much he liked Philly.

    Denver has a nice Christkindlmarkt.

    Or used to, at least.
    I love mankind...itís people I canít stand!!

  16. #116
    I'm a sucker for the historical shit places like Philly have to offer

  17. #117
    this idea that there are just some foods which are always only good because they're paired with other foods is really sad to me idk

    love a good hot slice of fresh home-baked bread, spread or no
    semi-aquatic like otters be.

  18. #118
    Bread is one of the best foods period. A truly terrible take by Townie. There's a reason the most expensive restaurants in the world start with a bread course with lox no where to be found.

  19. #119
    Iíll be flying into the Pittsburgh airport soon which is great for Covid purposes because thereís no one there.

  20. #120
    honestly (being serious now) the Pittsburgh airport is lowkey one of my favorites

    the X shape is clutch, big concourses w/ auto-walkways down the middle of all of them, regular priced food
    semi-aquatic like otters be.

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