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Re: May 2019 Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Trip 2019/06/14 09:55:17 (permalink)
Great trip report David. I really enjoyed tagging along for part of it. I will add some pics when my photo-bucket stops acting up. 
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Re: May 2019 Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Trip 2019/06/14 13:38:44 (permalink)
Knocked it out of the park again. Thanks!
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Re: May 2019 Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Trip 2019/06/14 16:33:06 (permalink)
Barbecue, fried chicken, fried shrimp, and even sesame bagels...all favorites of mine and all represented extremely well!  Great work with both the trip and the report, David!
 
(Although there's nothing wrong with the amount of butter on those bagels.)
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Re: May 2019 Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Trip 2019/06/14 20:04:46 (permalink)
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...(Although there's nothing wrong with the amount of butter on those bagels.)



Yes there is.  There shouldn't be any butter at all.  What's wrong with you people, ain't nobody ever heard of a shmear?  I understand it from the Goyim, but you David?  Vey is mir, it's a shande!
 
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Re: May 2019 Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Trip 2019/06/14 22:14:58 (permalink)
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...(Although there's nothing wrong with the amount of butter on those bagels.)



Yes there is.  There shouldn't be any butter at all.  What's wrong with you people, ain't nobody ever heard of a shmear?  I understand it from the Goyim, but you David?  Vey is mir, it's a shande!
 
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I know, I'm an embarrassment to our people. I've never liked cream cheese on bagels. Either I've never liked it or I've never wanted to commit to the calories, I'm not sure how it started. One of these days I'll try to become a real Jew, although that might mean no ribs, no chopped pork, no fried shrimp. Not going to happen.
 
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Re: May 2019 Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Trip 2019/06/15 04:06:19 (permalink)
Calories, shmalories.  I'm reading this report with you packing away multiple breakfasts including biscuits, bacon, and croissants, then rampaging through a string of 'Que joints across The South.  And you're worried about a shmear of cream cheese?  Puh-leeze.
 
You know, "cultural Judaism" is an option.  It's worked for me.  All the history, humor, and guilt without the kosher BS.  BTW, as soon as pork and/or shellfish is made into Chinese food, it magically becomes kosher.  Or so a few delusional individuals would have us believe.
 
Very nice report as always.  Thank you for sharing.
 
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Re: May 2019 Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Trip 2019/06/15 08:58:07 (permalink)
I really enjoyed this report.  I sent the link to a few people in the area you traversed whom I'm sure would surely enjoy the culinary treasures you discovered.
 
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Re: May 2019 Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Trip 2019/06/15 09:14:46 (permalink)
David, a fantastic trip report as always. A pleasure to read it.
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Re: May 2019 Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Trip 2019/06/16 12:19:13 (permalink)
Exxxxcelent report.  Thanks.
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Re: May 2019 Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Trip 2019/06/16 12:59:09 (permalink)
David, I was waiting for you buy and eat a croissant in biscuit country. Nothing compares to the croissants you had in France. Great Report!
 
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Re: May 2019 Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Trip 2019/06/16 14:46:45 (permalink)
I am so impressed he FOUND a croissant in biscuit country!  They must have heard he was coming...
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Re: May 2019 Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Trip 2019/06/16 17:50:42 (permalink)
That is really a spectacular report. Love the photos. 
 
 
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Re: May 2019 Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Trip 2019/06/24 10:20:58 (permalink)
This is a fine trip report. As a resident of Chapel Hill, I was pleased to see two of my favorites, The Pig and Sunrise Biscuit Kitchen getting kind words. I'm a big supporter of The Pig, though I rarely get Sam's 'que as I believe there are better things on the menu like the Vietnamese pork cheek sando or the buffalo fried pork ribs (when they're on the special board). I really like the fact that The Pig only uses heritage breed, humanely raised animals in their operation. Sunrise Biscuit Kitchen produces some of the best biscuits I've had in the Southeast or anywhere actually. The biscuit has just the right crumb and lightness. The NC coast has a cheese biscuit variety that's worth seeking out. One thing on Sunrise, they had a fire a couple of days ago but should be back in operation in the next day or so. Finally, I'll share my pro tip for Sunrise. If the drive up line is too long, you can park in the lot and go to the walk up window. 
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Re: May 2019 Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Trip 2019/06/24 11:07:41 (permalink)
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This is a fine trip report. As a resident of Chapel Hill, I was pleased to see two of my favorites, The Pig and Sunrise Biscuit Kitchen getting kind words. I'm a big supporter of The Pig, though I rarely get Sam's 'que as I believe there are better things on the menu like the Vietnamese pork cheek sando or the buffalo fried pork ribs (when they're on the special board). I really like the fact that The Pig only uses heritage breed, humanely raised animals in their operation. Sunrise Biscuit Kitchen produces some of the best biscuits I've had in the Southeast or anywhere actually. The biscuit has just the right crumb and lightness. The NC coast has a cheese biscuit variety that's worth seeking out. One thing on Sunrise, they had a fire a couple of days ago but should be back in operation in the next day or so. Finally, I'll share my pro tip for Sunrise. If the drive up line is too long, you can park in the lot and go to the walk up window. 
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Re: May 2019 Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Trip 2019/07/02 08:34:42 (permalink)
Wonderful!!!!
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Re: May 2019 Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina Trip 2019/07/17 15:43:01 (permalink)
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Calories, shmalories.  I'm reading this report with you packing away multiple breakfasts including biscuits, bacon, and croissants, then rampaging through a string of 'Que joints across The South.  And you're worried about a shmear of cream cheese?  Puh-leeze.
 
You know, "cultural Judaism" is an option.  It's worked for me.  All the history, humor, and guilt without the kosher BS.  BTW, as soon as pork and/or shellfish is made into Chinese food, it magically becomes kosher.  Or so a few delusional individuals would have us believe.
 
Very nice report as always.  Thank you for sharing.
 
Buddy


That's what I was going to say.  You have double scoops of ice cream at the end of each day along with all those carbs including fried food daily and you are worried about calories by avoiding cream cheese on a bagel?  I am a picky eater but I have to have cream cheese on my bagel.   
 
That being said, I get it if you don't like it.  Great trip report - thanks for the photos.
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