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    This story is right in your wheelhouse. It was good.
    Posted by I am B00B Thruster

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    Rest Easy, Jimmy Bedford and may God bless.
    Posted by Jeffrey Dickerson

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    I'm glad you've now updated the article to spell Mr. Ducote's name correctly. Personally, I would have added an editor's note regarding the correction.
    Posted by Proofread

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    Only Hellmann's will do for me. Benton's is strong so I just use less. Kroger used to carry a brand called Sugar Creek that was very good.
    Posted by JohntheRevelator

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    OT. Why is J.Alexanders on West End now called Redlands?
    Posted by Huh?

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    Rueben smelled like dog food gyro was like eating lamb chips
    Posted by Shelley Trigili

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    I heard the only change was the name and that they added some menu items.

    That's what the J. Alexanders on White Bridge Road said.
    Posted by JohntheRevelator

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    Who ever wrote this forum is seriously a half of reeeeeee and has absolutely no taste and obviously does not know their spicesssss,,, bisquits and gravy "rosemaryyyy" wtffffunnnkkkk ummmm not even a spice that would go in b&g smh,,,,they were completely the true southern taste coming from a Florida born redneckkkkkk!!!!! And the rubennnn ummm yummm!!!
    Posted by Derek Renaud

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    Derek, maybe you should try learning English before you post. Reading yours gave me a migraine
    Posted by Ash

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    Derek, maybe you should try learning English before you post. Reading yours gave me a migraine
    Posted by Ash

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    Posted by bobbiesmith

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    @HUH after a certain amount of stores a chain restaurant will have more regulations applied to it. For example in some cities they have to lost the calorie count on all of their dishes.
    Posted by mike

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    Love this! I did this same experiment last weekend ! I liked the gyro except the aftertaste was like I'd brushed my teet with that meat toothPaste for dogs here's my review
    http://www.thatgirlinthewheelchair.com/201…
    Posted by Kimmie Jones

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    Best BLT: Franklin Mercantile Deli.
    Posted by Anonymouse

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    I would add my all-time favorite food flick, Tampopo to your list of feature films...
    Posted by pogo

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    Mike DeGregory made a timpano at Mirror once, when they showed Big Night back in the early days when they showed movies on Mondays. It was - of course - fantastic.
    Posted by Barbara Please

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    Because I am a pedant, the event described isn't actually high tea; it's afternoon tea. High tea is a hearty but humble evening meal.
    Posted by Kris W

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    please do it every saturday =)
    Posted by elizzmo

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