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PostPosted: Wed Sep 28, 2005 12:28 am 
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I really only like pizza cold nowadays, though. If it's fresh and warm, yeah, I'll eat it, but I prefer cold pizza.

Cold pizza is gross! The cheese hardens and it tastes really stiff and like cardboard!

Gross to you, good to me. To each his own.

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I like Cold Pizza too. It is very popular, I dont care for Dominos or Pizza Hut Pizza

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Can't stand the piles of grease on a cold pizza. It's gotta be hot out of the oven. That's why I prefer Papa Murphey's Take and Bake Pizza. They make it and I take it home and bake it. That way I know it is done right. Domino's pizza always tastes dough-ee in the middle like it didn't get cooked all the way.

Those piles of grease get stuck in between my teeth when I eat cold pizza and so I don't eat it any other way except out of the oven.

At first I thought we were talking about my favorite Sports Show "Cold Pizza". It is on every day from 7 to 9 a.m..

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Oh I have tons of favorite resturaunts:

The Spaghetti Factory: Mmmm their spaghetti is to die for.

Olive Garden: Best food ever

Mi Ranchito: Great place. if you like Mexican Food.

Ruby River Steakhouse: Great Steaks. great atmosphere. Only prob is that it is murder on the pocketbook lol.

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Oh I have tons of favorite resturaunts:

The Spaghetti Factory: Mmmm their spaghetti is to die forMi Ranchito: Great place. if you like Mexican Food.


Look Alan another resturant with the word Factory in it, should they change there name too. :lol:

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Lets see here I like
Chipotle Mexican Grill - excellent Burritos and Chimis.
Red Lobster
Village In
IHOP - I love pan cakes.
Chillis
Black Eye Pea - kind of expensive but good
Lonestar Steak House - great steaks... Great steaks!!!

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Location: Over the rainbow.
Sonny's Barbecue (great ribs)
Steak N Shake-Chili 3 ways with a tall homemade shake mmmmmmm.
Red Lobster (especially now with the endless shrimp special. Going there on my birthday in 2 weeks to bankrupt them).
Olive Garden (same deal with the neverending pasta.)
KFC original recipe, closely followed by Popeye's Fried Chicken.

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Sweet Tomatoes
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In-N-Out Burger
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Why was I so stupid to exclude this restaurante from my list?

Panera Bread!

Best sandwhich and soup restaurant EVER!


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never heard of it is it a chain

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never heard of it is it a chain

yeah, its all a nationwide chain.


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Ive heard of it; yet Ive never been there

Ive never been to Sizzlers either

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Sizzlers is nothing special, there salad bar is pretty blah

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Alan, you also forgot to mention how expensive Panera Bread is. We have them here in Wichita, but I can't afford to eat there but maybe once a month. Just for me, a half sandwich and cup of soup is about $11 and that is pretty expensive.

Their bagels are the best! Gotta buy their bagels by the dozen and freeze them for use at a later date. Great bagels!!

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Alan, you also forgot to mention how expensive Panera Bread is. We have them here in Wichita, but I can't afford to eat there but maybe once a month. Just for me, a half sandwich and cup of soup is about $11 and that is pretty expensive.
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Its not expensive considering the quality of the fooods. A half sandwich and a cup of soup costs 6.00 here in MA, not that bad. I think that location in Wichita is a rip off...


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Having had worked at a Panera Bread for almost a year, I can say quite assuredly that a U Pick 2 (1/2 sandwich or salad plus soup) is priced at $6.29 plus tax. I can't guarantee that it's the same price at all locations, but an almost 5-dollar price increase seems rather absurd (not that I'm trying to discredit any statements here, just saying what I know). Nonetheless, even at that price, Panera Bread is a bit too pricey to be eating at daily, at least with my budget. :tink:

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Having had worked at a Panera Bread for almost a year, I can say quite assuredly that a U Pick 2 (1/2 sandwich or salad plus soup) is priced at $6.29 plus tax. I can't guarantee that it's the same price at all locations, but an almost 5-dollar price increase seems rather absurd (not that I'm trying to discredit any statements here, just saying what I know). Nonetheless, even at that price, Panera Bread is a bit too pricey to be eating at daily, at least with my budget. :tink:

I think maybe the guy was talking about having a whole sandwhich and a cup of soup priced at 11 bucks, thats around how much it costs.


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Let's see here...I enjoy:

IHOP
Olive Garden
Applebees

Those are the only real good ones I'll go to every now and then. I've had a bad experience or two at Denny's and Friendly's so they don't make my list of favorites.

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Some of the best food in Boston is in Chinatown. I don't personally enjoy dim sum, but some good restaurants are east ocean city, china pearl, ocean wealth. (Chinatown in BOSTON MA) I adore Sichuan food, go to Sichuan Garden in Framingham MASS, really spicy sichuan food. Morns is a good thai food located in Wayland MA. The Blue Room in Boston has a really good brunch. My friend invited me there to eat sunday brunch on his birthday. I've heard Ajourd'hui is really good french restaurant, but wicked expensive. Dinner for two costs around 300 dollars :cry:


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I don't know what it is about Chinese food. It's good once, but I can never stand eating leftovers. We've got a slew of chinese restaurants around here, each offering the same menu at different prices, lol.

Nver heard of Panera Bread, though it sounds quite like Earl of Sandwich, which I'll love till my dying day. Their tomato soup is to die for, as are their sandwiches. Caribbean Jerk, Scudetto, Earl's Club, Cannonballs...mmm, I miss Florida even more now!

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Alan wrote:
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Alan, you also forgot to mention how expensive Panera Bread is. We have them here in Wichita, but I can't afford to eat there but maybe once a month. Just for me, a half sandwich and cup of soup is about $11 and that is pretty expensive.
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Its not expensive considering the quality of the fooods. A half sandwich and a cup of soup costs 6.00 here in MA, not that bad. I think that location in Wichita is a rip off...


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