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Old 08-14-2009, 12:48 PM
 
Location: Chapel Hill, NC
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Skyline chili.
How many "way"?
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Old 08-15-2009, 07:26 AM
 
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I'm jumping in waaaay late in this game, but I must reply to this LOL:

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If you havne't had a fluffer-nutter sandwich you MUST try one. YUM. A staple in every Northeast kid's lunch box.
I'm sorry, but I grew up in the Northeast and this nasty stuff is NOT "a staple in every Northeast kid's lunch box" or every adult's pantry for that matter. Tons of people don't touch that stuff. When you posted, I thought 'oh no, now the southerners are going to have one more bad stereotype about the yankees' and, I'm sorry, that we grew up on Fluff and our kids eat it all the time is just more than I could take LOL.
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Old 08-15-2009, 07:36 PM
 
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I know if you search Pizza on this forum you probably will get more results than any other topic but I miss the square pizza that is common in Michigan (or many other places that I don't Know about) small and independant pizzarias that make square (not chicago stuffed) crunchy and greasy pizza with the cheeze right to the edge. I love New York Stlyle Pizza but I get tired of it. I want pizza like Buddy's (for the people familiar with Detroit) or Jet's which I think is in a few midwestern states
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Old 08-15-2009, 08:13 PM
 
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I know it will sound strange but....
Sandwiches & Hoagies from Wawa
Anything Tastykake
And a decent real deal Italian family bakery!!!!! ;-)

I will say I am truly thankful that I can still get my Dunkin' Donuts coffee down here when I need it! ;-)
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Old 08-16-2009, 01:09 AM
 
Location: Raleigh, NC
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I know it will sound strange but....
Sandwiches & Hoagies from Wawa
Anything Tastykake
And a decent real deal Italian family bakery!!!!! ;-)

I will say I am truly thankful that I can still get my Dunkin' Donuts coffee down here when I need it! ;-)
Definitely agree on the Dunkin' Donuts coffee part! Thank God there is one close to Brier Creek now. Kinda miss DD almost everywhere in Boston and in many places in NY.
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Old 08-16-2009, 01:14 AM
 
Location: Raleigh, NC
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Oh how could i have forgotten in my last post to mention the following:

1. Dum sum and Hong Kong style cafes in Boston/ NYC
2. Italian pastries in North End (Mike's pastries) and those lovely Italian restaurants on Hanover st
3. clam chowder and at Legal Seafoods
4. Lobster Bisque and anything from Maine
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Old 08-16-2009, 06:47 AM
 
Location: Apex, NC
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From Buffalo:

1. Chicken Wings from Duff's
2. Chicken Finger Subs from Jim's Steak Out
3. Super Mighty's from Mighty Taco
4. Iced Cap's from Tim Horton's
5. Beef on Weck from anywhere in Buffalo

From Rochester (I've lived in both places):

1. BBQ from Dinosaur and Sticky Lips
2. Pizza and Wings from Guida's
3. Wings from Jeramiah's
4. Garbage Plates from Nick Tahoe's
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Old 08-16-2009, 08:06 PM
 
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I'm jumping in waaaay late in this game, but I must reply to this LOL:



I'm sorry, but I grew up in the Northeast and this nasty stuff is NOT "a staple in every Northeast kid's lunch box" or every adult's pantry for that matter. Tons of people don't touch that stuff. When you posted, I thought 'oh no, now the southerners are going to have one more bad stereotype about the yankees' and, I'm sorry, that we grew up on Fluff and our kids eat it all the time is just more than I could take LOL.
Well LOL you do not equal all of the Northeast LOL and a lot of kids in the Northeast knew and loved this stuff LOL and nobody said we "ate it all the time" anyway LOL and I don't know why that would be a bad stereotype anyway LOL



PS to diane: you can get tastycakes here FYI
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