FOOD THREAD VOL. GRUB LIFE

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i like to get the southwest salad from chick fil a with a diet dr pepper... also FYI its grilled chicken not fried
Man, I swear you have posted a fried chicken salad before. :rofl: - I think we talked about the CFA Cobb County Salad . :lol:

But the Diet Soda was definitely for you.
 
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Imagine eating Peanut Butter and Jelly without Peanut Butter.

Lettuce was created with that sandwich in mind.

Not remotely the same.

But thanks for saying Crunchy and not tasty. :pimp:
it has to be crunchy lettuce tho.
not spring mix or "wet" lettuce

for me at least
i think the same way the lettuce compliments a BLT works to a certain degree on other sandwiches

but thats just my opinion

i can understand the alternative opinion tho
 
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it has to be crunchy lettuce tho.
not spring mix or "wet" lettuce

for me at least
i think the same way the lettuce compliments a BLT works to a certain degree on other sandwiches

but thats just my opinion

i can understand the alternative opinion tho
So does a BURGER or Chicken Sandwich lose Star ratings if lettuce is NOT present?

Or

Is the addition simply a plus for you?
 
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i never had the cobb salad although it does look good... i only get 3 salads from fast food the southwest from both mcdonalds and CFA and the fuji apple salad at panera... the latter i rarely get cuz its overpriced... but yep i do drink diet soda but not as much as you think lol...
 
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So does a BURGER or Chicken Sandwich lose Star ratings if lettuce is NOT present?

Or

Is the addition simply a plus for you?
it depends.

theres alot of different types of burgers and chicken sandwiches

a big mac for example i would need lettuce.
a whopper doesnt need lettuce buy ill take it on there
popeyes chicken joint no
a grilled chicken sandwich is good to me with crunchy lettuce

im sure its different for everybody
 
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Simple, done right.
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Where are you from again? One of the Scandinavian countries, right?

I ask because one of the first things I noticed in Amsterdam was that they LOVE New York style pizza. Probably more pizza spots per square mile than NYC :lol:. Only had a slice at one late night spot and it was VERY much trash (think Chuck-E-Cheese if you're American), but I know better than to judge an entire city based on that one experience. Walked past a couple of spots that looked pretty good.

Also noticed a lot of spots in Amsterdam treat ribs like we treat chicken wings. Saw a bunch of "rib night" signs and "all you can eat ribs" deals going on.
 

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Where are you from again? One of the Scandinavian countries, right?

I ask because one of the first things I noticed in Amsterdam was that they LOVE New York style pizza. Probably more pizza spots per square mile than NYC :lol:. Only had a slice at one late night spot and it was VERY much trash (think Chuck-E-Cheese if you're American), but I know better than to judge an entire city based on that one experience. Walked past a couple of spots that looked pretty good.

Also noticed a lot of spots in Amsterdam treat ribs like we treat chicken wings. Saw a bunch of "rib night" signs and "all you can eat ribs" deals going on.
Not so much a fan of NYC style, if by NYC style, you mean those giant folded greasy slices, but I'm definitely is a thin crush individual.

Danish fastfood culture is pretty trash and caters to the alcohol poisoning/vomit on shoes crowd. I live in Aarhus, Denmark. Population 300K and my options for "not trash" is pretty limited. There's probably less than a dozen places, maybe a handful, I would recommend visiting sober. And this new pizza joint would be one of them. By the way the place used to be a "Danish Taco shop," which was great, if you've never had tacos before. In reality though: Sadness in a tortilla.

If you ever visit Denmark, someone may insist you try the soon to be extinct Danish hotdog stand, here's what you can expect....

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****'s ****ed up.
 
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Seriously don't visit Europe solely for the fastfood :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
It's probably a good thing that you Nordic guys have bad fast food tbh. I imagine you guys eat a lot healthier than we do. But what's up with surströmming? Is it really as bad as they say?
 
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Not so much a fan of NYC style, if by NYC style, you mean those giant folded greasy slices, but I'm definitely is a thin crush individual.

Danish fastfood culture is pretty trash and caters to the alcohol poisoning/vomit on shoes crowd. I live in Aarhus, Denmark. Population 300K and my options for "not trash" is pretty limited. There's probably less than a dozen places, maybe a handful, I would recommend visiting sober. And this new pizza joint would be one of them. By the way the place used to be a "Danish Taco shop," which was great, if you've never had tacos before. In reality though: Sadness in a tortilla.

If you ever visit Denmark, someone may insist you try the soon to be extinct Danish hotdog stand, here's what you can expect....

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****'s ****ed up.
My wife’s mom is from Denmark and she’s visited there a number of times. She actually raves about the Danish hot dogs.:rolleyes
 

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It's probably a good thing that you Nordic guys have bad fast food tbh. I imagine you guys eat a lot healthier than we do. But what's up with surströmming? Is it really as bad as they say?
That's more of a Swedish thing. I'd like to think, it was originally a stupid drunk prank, that mutated into a tradition.
 
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