Discussion in 'Camping, Hiking, Cooking' started by Steelie Mike, Jan 31, 2007.
Usually a pack or two of Hostess Ding Dongs and a big cup of lifer juice. Usually.
Cut the foam outta the cup and you get another 8-10oz of beverage... Learned that in college...
There is a burger place there still and I am almost positive it is Small Fryes. Good burgers, horrible fries. I hit that up a bunch for dinner in the fall when fishing ended at 7:30PM. Damn I miss that.
you cant beat the BBQ burrito out of the fry case. I found on my last trip to forks that there is a killer chinese restraunt in town, "south north chinese" get the seafood fried rice.
Standard trip consists of the bagel/croissant mystery egg sandwich. It amazes me how perfectly round the egg substance is… Next followed up by a tall boy of Rockstar, Pimp Juice etc. When you pee phosphorous green after the energy drink don't be alarmed! It wasn't the food but the energy drink itself. To ensure that the entire day will be free of gut twisting interruptions next insert a pinch o Grizzly or Husky (8 or 9 bucks is too expensive for a can).
Once purged on the road again :thumb:
:beathead: I also have fallen victim to the place in Fall City across from the gas station, it's a red and white stripped building. There motto is "we specialize in salt, grease and fat." I think that's correct??? I stopped in there one day and got a burger, fries, a diet coke and a shake. It was a long ride home!
No hot stuff ! Spitz ie..Sunflower seeds. Lets see Dill,BBQ,Spicy & Seasoned lots & lots of Spitz !!! Then when you get thirsty it's time for the 2nd entree which begins with a B and ends with a R !!
The chemical reaction that occurs when urinating what looks like perfectly good Rockstar back into the watershed not only attracts steelhead to your fly but ladies as well. Also a benefit of the mystery meat/eggs is that you know after eating it in the morning that by afternoon your pipes will be be clogged and you will not have to worry about dropping that duece in the bushes. Sorry for the visual.
I always keep one of these in the garage for early mornings road trips, its cheaper than antifreeze and a great mixer with Jeagermeister.
I really like the mac and cheese out of the hot case. There's just sonething about it. Chicken strips and Jalepeno poppers are always tasty. And a breakfast sandwich from the hotcase is a great way to start the day. I used to really like the hot-case burritos for some reason, too. Crucnchy on the outside and beany in the middle. That was until I had a run in with a BBQ burrito. I don't know who invented it but they should be shot. Maybe it was the shock of sweet when I was expecting savory, but, It was one of the most horrid things Ive ever had.
Granola bars, carrot sticks, and apple or two, water, and some peyote...
Friggin sounds like a granola eater! YOu must be one of those pansey anti-gun, blue state sum na batches!?
Payote helps you make friends with animals and lizard dragon king, ruler of the moleman race.
Speaking of visuals, here's a little gem for ya guys.
Hangover + Hot Case =
<img src="http://i72.photobucket.com/albums/i167/sberling/CIMG3270_resize.jpg" alt="Doody" />
James, you know me so well...
Actually it helps me fight the brujo by turning into the raven so I can fly above his adobe to see when he comes out...
...then I crap on him...:rofl:
:thumb: After my daughter regaled me w/ information from a report on fast food, I avoid that stuff. I don't know what's scarier, the mysteries you don't know about in that food or the people who are preparing it. Take a long look sometime at the folks who are handling your food; it might make you think twice about eating it again
I have two good pictures from the Doc
if anyone wants to see them.
My first course is sashimi, usually ahi, octopus, salmon and finely sliced daikon with the finest wasabi. Accompanied by a bottle of decent, but not decadent (French) Chablis.
Second course is alder smoked grouse with a light salad dressed with a simple, earthy vinaigrette. Accompanied by a bottle of (French, again) White Bordeaux.
I follow this with a dessert of perfectly ripe red Bosc pear and native
French (not the American junk) brie cheese.
Finally, a very large glass of absinthe ( which makes peyote look like Night Train compared with 18 year old Glenlivet).
This usually sets me up very well for the latter half of the day.
Otter, I'll drive... Save me some grouse...