Discussion in 'THE ARCH' started by JFC, Jun 11, 2012.
I don't think Blade Dancer is a smoker.
I'm surprised you didn't use my "messy as hell" bit in with that.
DK's talking about a poutine restaurant franchise. :laugh:
Rather good, BTW.
Neither am I:loltongue:
Want to eat some pretzels then?
Five Guys' Jalapenos are AWESOME. Fucking...they're so fresh. Not like the pickled ones. And they're SO HOT.
that sandusky guy is a pervert
Is this suppose to have some kind of a double meaning? I'm not sure if I should say yes to this. :laugh:
If you're buying!
Nope, allergic to it, actually. Used to have to hold my breath to bus tables outside. Glad I live in CA, where they don't let you smoke in restaurants anymore. :thumbs:
Not just CA anymore.
I always wanted to try Poutinerie but can never find a restaurant that serves them around my area. Would someone mind telling me what does it taste like?
You ever had french fries with gravy? A bit like that, but with cheese.
I had cheese fries before, but with gravy? Hmm, that actually sounds delicious! Man, I gotta found a restaurant that serves these kinds of things.
...What if this place...had an active IRC chat? And now the Shout Box on the front, but an actual IRC channel.
I think it used to, actually. Not sure what happened with it. I know there are several that HJU peeps hang out at.
How come metal fans are such assholes about other genres of music?
Speaking of which, did Forever Knight ever come back? He's not still banned, is he?
Hey folks! Look who's back?
Man I've been staying away from here for FAR too long! I should go on a posting spree or something.
Did I miss anything important while I was away?
Poutinerie looks really good..Too bad there's none near where I live.
Poutinerie is a place that makes the dish named poutine. Poutine is slowly seeping into the US, I know there's a few place in New York that make it. the biggest problem isn't making the poutine sauce (which is different from gravy, it's less thick for one), is the cheese. A real poutine uses cheddar cheese curds, but those are hard to find in the US. I know the places in New-York deal directly with cheese makers to get their, otherwise those curds never make it to the market place (curds are a byproduct of the cheedar cheese making process).
Cheese curds can go great in a burger too. You take a burger, with a slice of cheese under the patty, stack three onion rings ontop of the patty, and fill the hole thus created with cheese curds and fried. Apply ketchup. It's called an 'Interburger' and its delicious! Pretty difficult to eat sometimes though... still worth it.
From what I've been told, trolls/dickwads drove away members who were joining it to legitimately meet and talk.
Dickwads ruin everything.
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