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Old 03-07-2009, 12:42 PM   #11
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Of course you have to get a scoop of Blue Bell ice cream from the creamery in Brenham, TX. Best dang ice cream in the world.
Blue Bell , Yeah that's great ice cream, My favorite is homemade vanilla
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In my home state of Oregon, They make Tillamook Ice cream. I say this because I have had Blue bell and Tillamook will make you fly out to the Blue bell people and punch their mothers. I recommend Vanilla Bean
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In my home state of Oregon, They make Tillamook Ice cream. I say this because I have had Blue bell and Tillamook will make you fly out to the Blue bell people and punch their mothers. I recommend Vanilla Bean
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Main St. Bar-b-que in Euless, TX.
Only open Fri and Sat 11-9 and Sunday 11-4.
Food network rated it one of the Top Ten Barbeques in the country.

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PS. When you eat Blue Bell ice cream, you will never want to eat any other brand.
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Well that's easy. Where I live every restraunt sells exactly the same thing.
A.M. Biscuts with sausage or gravy.

Lunch (dinner round here, boy) Frozen burger disk cooked on a greasy grill on crappie low budget white roll with "salad dressing". Or the old "meat and two". Some overcooked slab of budget meat product with a choice of green beans, corn, mashed (pureed for 1 hour) potatoes, or pinto beans.

Dinner (supper round here, boy) Fried catfish or ribs with the aforementioned sides leftover from "dinner".

Can I come eat with you?
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Main St. Bar-b-que in Euless, TX.
Only open Fri and Sat 11-9 and Sunday 11-4.
Food network rated it one of the Top Ten Barbeques in the country.

Tim

PS. When you eat Blue Bell ice cream, you will never want to eat any other brand.
I've been eating that BBQ since before they had the resturant,we used to go there when it was just a diesel mechanics shop.He would cook up briskets and ribs for all the local truckers every friday. It's pretty tasty!
But I still prefer my hometown place in Grapevine,Tx - Bartley's BBQ,it's what I grew up on. I still drive almost 60 mi to go eat there.
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