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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by The-Kid, Jun 8, 2021.
If they look like anything like this......count me in!!!!
Ok, I'll take your word on that...but, be out of town before dinner.
I’m not native, but I love scrapple. And I wish we had blueberries in our garden.
Yea verily,,,the truth shall set you free!
Love me some scrapple Rich!!!
This is sacrilege Mark. Pure apocryphal.
it’s the bread in Philly. Philly is a bread town. That’s why the sandwiches are soooo good. A great place in Drexel Hill is the Original Thunderbird. Right on route 3. Fantastic sandwiches.
I have no reason why I love this statement so much but it’s amazing. Literally like something out of the old Kung Fu tv show.
I tried scrapple first day in Philly and I was sold. I also like goetta in Cincinnati. Both rate high marks from me.
I know you're a good guy. So I promise that if i ever am offered scrapple, I'll sacrifice my share to you, so you get more. I'm good like that.
Oh i seeeeeee.... I love tofu, y'see, in all its forms -fortunately i seem to have got to the "able to cook tofu" stage without having to go near the congealed meat mush (hurk).
Pork liver is a key ingredient.
I don't know what to say...I'm all choked up, such a giving heart, such kindness!
This thread is making me very hungry...
I just have whatever they have in bulk
Briar patch coop
Philly Italian bread. One of the best I can no longer find out here: https://www.sarconesbakery.com/
Luckily for me some excellent suburban bakeries do them just as well as South Philly and have been in business nearly as long. I can get them easily.
Amoroso is supposedly the classic cheesesteak roll. The only great bread they make stays in South Philly or close by. Supermarkets in the 'burbs get the made to stay fresh for a week version. Not the same.
You’ve gotta be close to me. I’m in Newtown Square.
you've got Marty Feldman as your avatar - you can't possibly be a bad guy.
oh, well that makes it fine then....
I'm SE of Reading. Grew up in King of Prussia.
I did not think the Corropolese location in Douglassville would survive the pandemic, but luckily they did.
Not for me.
Egg and steak; egg bacon and steak; egg bacon sausage and steak; steak bacon sausage and steak; steak egg steak steak bacon and steak; steak sausage steak steak bacon steak tomato and steak; steak steak steak egg and steak; steak steak steak steak steak steak baked beans steak steak steak; or Lobster Thermidor a Crevette with a mornay sauce served in a Provencale manner with shallots and aubergines garnished with truffle pate, brandy and with a fried egg on top and steak.
I have never tried it. Suppose I should. I know of its ability to morph into something different and delicious if done correctly.