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Re: Texas Toast

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Phil Scarborough

01-06-2013 13:20:38

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Sweetfeet, thanks for the information and picture. It looks and sounds like a recipe for heart failure, but I bet it tastes good. We have never been to Texas during one of our visits to the USA, but heres a reason to go!
Thanks to everyone who replied, to our English eyes you guys have some strange food combinations BUT I have never been disappointed.

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01-06-2013 20:17:44

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 Re: Texas Toast in reply to Phil Scarborough, 01-06-2013 13:20:38  

My husband and I went out to a new place for a burger and a soda today. We both ordered the "Black 'n Bleu" Burger. It had pepper, bacon, sauteed onion and bleu cheese crumbled on it. Very good - but we brought half our meals home. Servings are far too large here in the U.S.

But one thing on their menu really freaked me out. It was a burger called "THE FARM" and was described on the menu as: a grilled bun filled with 2 half pound beef patties, a chicken pattie, shaved ham, shaved turkey, fried bacon, Swiss cheese and Cheddar Cheese...AND I think it may have also included a hard-fried egg. ALL IN ONE SANDWICH...has to be enough food for at least 4 people!!! Sometimes insanity reigns!

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01-06-2013 13:42:11

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 Re: Texas Toast in reply to Phil Scarborough, 01-06-2013 13:20:38  
Its also served sometimes instead of dinner rolls, with a chicken fried steak, Every real Texas Restaurant boasts "The Best Chicken-Fried Steak" with Texas Toast, mashed potatoes, and Gravy all over everything. So needless to say I always have to try it to see if it truly is the "Best".

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