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Old 08-01-2012, 04:23 PM   #1
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Favorite fast food?

Not a big fast-food eater (since college, anyway)... maybe I've evolved on my food stance, but I'll tell you what: I just love Chick-fil-a.

You can't get a chicken sandwich like theirs anywhere else.
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Burgerville...it's an Oregon, Washington thing...but they use a lot of local foods...and best fresh strawberry milkshakes and walla walla onion rings around
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Old 08-01-2012, 04:51 PM   #3
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If you are in Pittsburgh a must have is a Primanti Brother's sandwich.

Primanti Bros. Restaurant - Pittsburgh's "Almost Famous" Sandwiches - Primanti Brothers Restaurant

If you are in Baltimore Pit Beef is a great sandwich

Baltimore Pit Beef History

If you are in Maine. A lobster roll is so good.

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White Castles, you just can't beat a half dozen sliders and a box of fries.
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Old 08-01-2012, 05:54 PM   #5
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If you are in Pittsburgh a must have is a Primanti Brother's sandwich.

Primanti Bros. Restaurant - Pittsburgh's "Almost Famous" Sandwiches - Primanti Brothers Restaurant

If you are in Baltimore Pit Beef is a great sandwich

Baltimore Pit Beef History

If you are in Maine. A lobster roll is so good.

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For the 'Burgh my vote goes to the fish sandwich at the Original Oyster House at Market Square!

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Old 08-01-2012, 06:16 PM   #6
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Old 08-01-2012, 07:51 PM   #7
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Oh, you people with your chain-store food. Blech! Go to a place that specializes in homemade burgers and order yourselves a decent green chili cheeseburger! You'll not regret it!

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Old 08-01-2012, 07:54 PM   #8
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I guess I'm different. Is Subway considered fast-food? It's certainly less lethal than the other stuff.
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Two Pgh. replies and nothing about the sammiches at Wholey's Fish Market? JDH, guess I'll just have to check out the Original Oyster House.
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Two Pgh. replies and nothing about the sammiches at Wholey's Fish Market? JDH, guess I'll just have to check out the Original Oyster House.
For the classic Oyster House fish sammich experience, have it with a glass of their own buttermilk - can't be beat!

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Love the McD's fries. I just saw on tv that they're not too bad for me!
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Within the fast-food genre:

Chik-fil-A has good chicken certainly. We probably should avoid the political issues.

A fresh Whopper is a great burger.

But...I have to mention this, since my wife has lost 90+ lbs, and I've lost 30 lbs over the last year: we pretty much avoid fast food entirely. Erica loves Chik-fil-a (especially their BBQ sauce) but we go there a LOT less than we used to because of the diet. We now pack sandwiches to eat at rest areas, for example.

I frequently stop at Subway after my workouts and get a 6" roast beef on wheat, no cheese, with lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, black olives, and green peppers for dinner. Roughly 300 calories plus the veggies. Then I'll have a small peanut butter cup or two for dessert.
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For the 'Burgh my vote goes to the fish sandwich at the Original Oyster House at Market Square!

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I never had there fish. I will have to try it. But I'm not a fan of there oysters. To much breading. Not enough oyster

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