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Re: Contingent on availability, how about a Christmas-time get-together? 2018/01/12 23:45:15 (permalink)
TomKen's:
 

 
The soup was enjoyed by those who ordered it.

 
Gyp's chili.

 
Gyp also ordered some buffalo chips (thankfully no relation to cow chips) to share with the table.  The hot sauce was tasty and MilwFoodLovers even mixed some into his coleslaw.

 
Pie Diva and I split a 4-piece dinner.  I had the thigh and leg and they were very good.

 
Gyp's wings.  IIRC the ones to the left had some sort of peanut butter sauce.

 
It was a good way to wrap up the year.
 
I actually started with a pre-TomKen's snack of burnt ends at Double B's BBQ just up the street.  If I'm driving 2 hours each way I'm not limiting myself to just one stop.

 
The house sauces.

 
I really liked them and would like to try some of Double B's other barbecue offerings at some point.

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Re: Contingent on availability, how about a Christmas-time get-together? 2018/01/13 10:26:24 (permalink)
Thanks for the pictures and the memories that brought back. I had just been talking today about how good the chicken was and how I'm craving it and a return visit.
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Re: Contingent on availability, how about a Christmas-time get-together? 2018/01/13 12:14:42 (permalink)
Amazing food. Thanks for posting.
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