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Old 07-31-2019, 07:49 AM
 
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It's not Halal but CAVA is the Mediterranean modern american fast food. It is tops right now for American fast food. I don't eat fast food generally (Fast food is typically nasty American science death food) but Cava has my stamp of approval.
Never heard of cava Iíll check it out. As for the topics I much prefer Mexican food trucks , itís less messy then food from halal cart and usually better . I rather a simple chicken quesadilla with some fresh guacamole and salsa verde mmm yum . . Also Iím less trustworthy of the Arabs , being around them my whole life I just know they aint the most sanitary . They are cool but they are careless , one stand right next the museum natural history gave me kebab wasnít even cooked inside like wtf lol . Like if you notice most Arab delis in Nyc have Mexican or other Hispanic cooks because they canít cook themselves lol , they completely ruin a bacon egg and cheese , if they do have bacon they burn it and they even burn the eggs . I go to Dominican bodegas If I could , but Yemeni Delis Dominate in most hoods , but depending where your At you can be lucky to have a Dominican deli close by as well .
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Old 08-01-2019, 03:12 PM
 
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Never heard of cava Iíll check it out. As for the topics I much prefer Mexican food trucks , itís less messy then food from halal cart and usually better . I rather a simple chicken quesadilla with some fresh guacamole and salsa verde mmm yum . . Also Iím less trustworthy of the Arabs , being around them my whole life I just know they aint the most sanitary . They are cool but they are careless , one stand right next the museum natural history gave me kebab wasnít even cooked inside like wtf lol . Like if you notice most Arab delis in Nyc have Mexican or other Hispanic cooks because they canít cook themselves lol , they completely ruin a bacon egg and cheese , if they do have bacon they burn it and they even burn the eggs . I go to Dominican bodegas If I could , but Yemeni Delis Dominate in most hoods , but depending where your At you can be lucky to have a Dominican deli close by as well .
The braised lamb is halal
https://cava.com/faq
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Old 08-01-2019, 04:49 PM
 
Location: Coastal New Jersey
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halal trucks suck. You need a crapload of white sauce and you can't get pork bacon, egg, and cheese.
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Old 08-02-2019, 09:01 PM
 
Location: Brooklyn, NY
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And BBQ is distinctly American. The best food genre ever.
No it isnít lol.
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Old Yesterday, 12:25 PM
 
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No it isnít lol.
BBQ is kids meal food for backwater Americans with an undeveloped palette. The featured flavors are kids meal salty and simpleton sweet. Low IQ chow!
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Old Yesterday, 12:52 PM
 
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BBQ is kids meal food for backwater Americans with an undeveloped palette. The featured flavors are kids meal salty and simpleton sweet. Low IQ chow!



Something tells me your opinion of yourself is overinflated.
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Old Yesterday, 01:44 PM
 
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Something tells me your opinion of yourself is overinflated.
Would you like apple juice or chocolate milk?
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Old Yesterday, 01:55 PM
 
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Would you like apple juice or chocolate milk?



Do you prefer a paper or plastic bag to put your douche in?
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Old Yesterday, 02:12 PM
 
Location: In the heights
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BBQ is kids meal food for backwater Americans with an undeveloped palette. The featured flavors are kids meal salty and simpleton sweet. Low IQ chow!
Your description of the flavors involved sounds like you’re taking BBQ to mean the various tangy and sweet with sometimes a bit of smoke flavoring commercial bbq sauces offered as condiments or marinade for meats or as a flavor variety of things like potato chips. That is probably not the same thing as the bbq some of the other posters are talking about.
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Old Yesterday, 05:44 PM
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Except for the coffee/ buttered roll in am, I donít do any of those food trucks.

The line at 53rd and Park is a hoot with how long the line gets at lunch time

I will pass
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