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Josiah 02-13-2008 09:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NorthofAda (Post 1018687)
That's the only way to eat 'em! Now I'm making myself hungry!

There's a restaurant here called Prime Quarter. You go to a fridge and pick out your own steak, then you grill it to your liking and have a salad bar with baked potato and Texas toast on the grill with melted butter. They have a 2-pound T-bone on the menu - hubby and I shared that one time.

Actually, I've never met a steak I didn't like (or ribs, or brisket, or roast, or loin, or filet...)...:tounge_sm:lol:

Oh that sounds like this place in San Diego called the Butcher Shop!!
You walked in and they had meat cases of meat you picked what you wanted while you stood in line along with all your entrees and was seated when it was all done
It was awesome

Eagle Plumes 02-13-2008 09:35 PM

ok ya'll lets go eat!

between2worlds 02-13-2008 09:36 PM

Down in Va Beach there's a place called Great Steak Steakhouse. The steaks are great, you can grill your own there too... but we used to go for the 16oz prime rib dinners....

http://whatscookingamerica.net/Mexic...e/PrimeRib.jpg

Eagle Plumes 02-13-2008 09:38 PM

B2W awesome! we go to the boats and I get prime rib and also crab legs aahhh I also noticed the fat mmmm love the fat!

Josiah 02-13-2008 09:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by NorthofAda (Post 1018700)
Them burgers look good, Josiah!

LOL about the choppers, B2W!

That is actually one burger
It comes out on that tin plate you see and the cut it into quarter
Along with a basket of fries
it will feed an army
LOL
they are not known for scrimping there meals

Eagle Plumes 02-13-2008 09:39 PM

Josia's turn on Idol lol

Josiah 02-13-2008 09:39 PM

Meersburger ----------
Meerscheeseburger -
Hamburger ------------
Cheeseburger ---------
Prospector -------------
Grubsteak --------------
Grilled Cheese --------
Hot Ham & Cheese --
Giant BLT -------------- $5.25
5.50
2.75
2.90
6.95
8.25
2.85
3.50
3.50 French Fries --------------
Fried Okra ----------------
Onion Rings -------------
Spicy Potato Wedges -
Fried Green Tomatoes -
Fried Corn on the Cob -
Texas Toothpicks ------
Soup: Cup ---------------
Bowl --------------
Homemade Chili --------- $1.50
1.50
1.75
1.85
3.05
1.50
1.85
1.75
2.50
2.85

Bar-B-Q on a Bun: (Beef or Sausage) Small - 2.75, Large - 3.95
Chicken Fried Steak Sandwich ----- 3.25
Salad Bar: One Trip - 2.95, All You Can Eat - 5.50
Baked Potato (after 5:00 PM) - 2.25


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Drinks

Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Sprite, Mt. Dew -------------------
with Vanilla or Cherry -------------------------------
Iced Tea or Lemonade, Quart -------------------------
IBC, Sugar Free IBC, or IBC Cream Soda ----------
Coffee/Hot Tea or Cocoa ------------------------------
Espresso/Cappuccino ----------------------------------
Beer: Bud, Coors, Miller -------------------------------
Coolers -----------------------------------------------------
Milk Shakes, Made with Homemade Ice Cream --
Starbucks Iced Frappuccino (Coffee or Mocha) - .75/ .90/ 1.50
.85/ 1.05/ 1.65
1.30
1.10
.75/ .85
1.50/ 1.95
2.35
2.35
2.95
1.50



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Bar-B-Q Dinners

Beef Brisket (Extra lean & Tender) --------
Pork Spare Ribs (Lean & Smoky) ----------
Chicken (Half a smoked Chicken) ---------
Polish Sausage (Our own thick cut link) -
Beef Ribs (Big & Meaty) --------------------
Combo #1: Any Three Meats -------------
Combo #2: All Five Meats ----------------- $9.50
9.95
8.95
7.35
9.50
11.50
13.50

Includes: Salad Bar, Bar B-Q Beans, Homebaked Bread, & French fries



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Steaks
Starts at 5:00 PM

RIB EYE Steak & Mesquite Smoked PRIME RIB (8oz minimum) -
T-BONE Steak ----------------------------------------------------------------
Bacon Wrapped TENDERLOIN (8oz.) ---------------------------------- 1.35 per oz.
.95 per oz.
11.50

Includes: Soup, Salad Bar, Bar B-Q Beans, Homebaked Bread, & Potatoes
(Baked, Mashed, or French Fries)

Chicken Fried Steak Dinner
(Oklahoma's Favorite)-------------------- 8.50
Served with Smashed Potatoes and Gravy, Soup and Salad Bar.



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Desserts

Homemade Ice Cream ------------
Peach or Cherry Cobbler --------
with Homemade Ice Cream -
IBC Root Beer Float -------------- $1.50
1.95
3.25
2.95 Pecan Pie -------------
Coconut Cream Pie -
Banana Pudding ---- $2.35
2.00
1.50



Everything On Our Menu is Available To Go.
Take home a pound of our Mesquite Smoked Bar-B-Q today!

Beef Brisket --------
Pork Spare Ribs ---
Ham ------------------
Polish Sausage ----
1/2 Chicken ---------
Chopped Bar-B-Q - $6.25
6.25
6.25
5.25
4.75
5.95


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Breakfast Menu
Served 'til 11:00 A.M

1) Gold Miners Breakfast -------------------------------------------------
Two eggs with choice of Ham, Bacon, Sausage or 4oz hamburger patty,
Hash brown potatoes, biscuits and gravy. $3.95
2)Gold Miners Breakfast with 8oz Meersburger patty-------------
3)0ne egg Miner ------------------------------------------------------------
4)0ne egg Miner with 8oz Meersburger patty -----------------------
5)Miner with 6oz Rib Eye steak -----------------------------------------
6)0ne egg Miner with 6oz Rib Eye steak ------------------------------
7)Two eggs with hashbrowns, biscuits and gravy ----------------
8)0ne egg with hashbrowns, biscuits and gravy -------------------
9)French Toast --------------------------------------------------------------
10)French Toast with ham, bacon or sausage -----------------------
11)Short Stack ---------------------------------------------------------------
12)Short Stack with ham, bacon or sausage ------------------------- 4.95
3.35
4.75
6.75
6.35
2.65
2.30
2.00
3.35
1.95
3.35

Side Orders

Two eggs -----------------------------------------------
One egg -------------------------------------------------
Ham, bacon, sausage or 4oz hamburger patty -
Oatmeal and assorted cereals ----------------------
Biscuits and gravy -----------------------------------
Hash brown potatoes --------------------------------
Coffee ----------------------------------------------------
Milk, Tomato or O.J. --------------------------------- $1.30
.95
1.45
1.65
1.35
1.00
.75
1.10

WE GOT GRITS TOO!
Creamy, buttery grits may be substituted for hashbrown potatoes.
What is a grit?
Try them. You might become a grit fan too.

For a REAL JUMP START: Espresso - 1.50, Cappuccino - 1.95

We Do Not Accept Credit Cards. We accept checks on local banks with prior approval from our cashier.
15% Gratuity added for parties of 6 or more.

between2worlds 02-13-2008 09:41 PM

Ain't any good if they trim off the fat, Plumez....

(looks outside at the ice storm) long, long time until I can get the grill out though :-)

Josiah 02-13-2008 09:42 PM

Recording it right now
LOL
Damn I love my DVR

NorthofAda 02-13-2008 09:45 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Eagle Plumes (Post 1018701)
our store sells it we just have to ask for it they keep it in the back

I'll have to do some more shopping around - I know it will be expensive, but darn well worth it.

NorthofAda 02-13-2008 09:50 PM

Looks like Meers give you a lot for your money!

And that Cherokee class that I'm listening in on is covering food vocabulary - like "are you hungry?" Just makin' me hungrier! Siqua hawiya agiyosiha - I am hungry for pork. Or just "agiyosiha" - I'm HUNGRY!!!

timmy tiger 02-13-2008 10:03 PM

All you guys are making me hungry. I like to go to Damon's for their Prime Rib and Rib dinner. Oh now that's awesome and more food then I can eat, but I sure do my best.LOL

NorthofAda 02-13-2008 10:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Josiah (Post 1018702)
Oh that sounds like this place in San Diego called the Butcher Shop!!
You walked in and they had meat cases of meat you picked what you wanted while you stood in line along with all your entrees and was seated when it was all done
It was awesome

My favorite place in San Diego had to be "The Barbecue Pit." Great meat - ham, beef, chicken, really good barbecue beans. That was one of the high points of our vacations there.

Hmmm...have we hijacked this thread yet?

Josiah 02-13-2008 10:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Eagle Plumes (Post 1018711)
Josia's turn on Idol lol

Josiah did not make it :(
I think he got too over confident

spottedeagle 02-13-2008 10:44 PM

Good Place for BBQ in KC is Jack Stack! mmmm BBQ

Josiah 02-13-2008 11:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by spottedeagle (Post 1018753)
Good Place for BBQ in KC is Jack Stack! mmmm BBQ

Still talking about BBQ!
LOL
I have a craving for BBQ
Funny thing is we have some really good BBQ places around here
Vans Pig Stand is just down the street

Ginger 02-13-2008 11:14 PM

Your all making me hungry for meat I think I'll make us sme good old ribs & steak for Valentines dinner tomorrow. Plumes I love it when I make a roast & the fat gets all crunchy yumm,

spottedeagle 02-13-2008 11:16 PM

B2W When I was stationed in Alaska, I had the grill set up on the back porch close to the door. I was out there in Jan and Feb grilling moose and caribou steaks when it was -15 below. My ex thought I was crazy. No way was I goona cook that in the oven though and my Sgt came over for dinner and brought them with him. So who was I too wimp out and not cook them on the grill. After that. I cook year round on the grill. Just have to make quick trips out to check the meat and hurry back in the house LOL

spottedeagle 02-13-2008 11:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ginger (Post 1018771)
Your all making me hungry for meat I think I'll make us sme good old ribs & steak for Valentines dinner tomorrow. Plumes I love it when I make a roast & the fat gets all crunchy yumm,

I deep fried a turkey two years ago.

Eagle Plumes 02-13-2008 11:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by spottedeagle (Post 1018774)
I deep fried a turkey two years ago.

deep fry'd turkey is awsesome!


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