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#1198607 - 06/10/09 02:38 PM Re: Best Burgers Miscuit
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eek

that would be a tall order for little ol' me.....
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#1198612 - 06/10/09 02:41 PM Re: Best Burgers Miscuit
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::looks at miscuit::

yep... i think she is!

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#1198614 - 06/10/09 02:42 PM Re: Best Burgers DeeQ
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#1198619 - 06/10/09 02:48 PM Re: Best Burgers DeeQ
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Originally Posted By: Deekles
::looks at miscuit::

yep... i think she is!

smile


hey! quit lookin' at me!

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#1198622 - 06/10/09 02:49 PM Re: Best Burgers Miscuit
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::winks::
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#1198623 - 06/10/09 02:50 PM Re: Best Burgers Miscuit
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I have had my eye on both of youse for like 4 years!
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#1198628 - 06/10/09 02:52 PM Re: Best Burgers Pale Rider
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Not 7??? laugh
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#1198757 - 06/10/09 04:05 PM Re: Best Burgers DeeQ
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<----- hasn't been around here for 7 years


although yes...i know...it seems like an eternity to some of you smirk

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#1198924 - 06/10/09 05:36 PM Re: Best Burgers Miscuit
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alpha and omega ..... it's been forever!!!!
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#1199166 - 06/10/09 07:50 PM Re: Best Burgers E.E.G.B
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Originally Posted By: Agent E
I used to live in Manchester as well! However, I sadly missed this place. I don't know how. (I was only there a couple of years. Over in the textile mills that were converted to apts.)


I know that area. I can't believe you lived in Manchester and never heard of Shady Glen!! They are a regular institution there!! Did you ever go to the Fourth of July chicken barbecue at Manchester State? Best fireworks display I have ever been to!! Set to music and right over your head = fantastic!!

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#1199195 - 06/10/09 08:05 PM Re: Best Burgers Mocha's Mom
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By the time I moved to Manchester I was already working mostly in Mass and looking to move out of CT, so I didn't really get to know a lot about the town. But I liked living there anyway. smile
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#1199203 - 06/10/09 08:11 PM Re: Best Burgers E.E.G.B
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It was a great place - one of the best places I lived in with my children. There were so many activities, summer camps, lessons, etc. They were always way ahead scholastically and equipment-wise, not like MA frown

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#1199224 - 06/10/09 08:25 PM Re: Best Burgers Mocha's Mom
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I lived there from 1986 to 2002 in the North End. By the the City of Village Charm had changed with more crime and lots of sirens. I do not miss the traffic, hustle and bustle and the crowds. Where I live now there is a wetlands across the street and there are deer, turkey and coyotes. Now the coyotes may attack the turkeys but at least they do not call 911.

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#1199233 - 06/10/09 08:35 PM Re: Best Burgers Princess Romeo
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[quote=Bonnie QoR]In-N-Out - that's what a hamburgers all about!

Amen to this. In-N-Out defines burger greatness..

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#1199240 - 06/10/09 08:42 PM Re: Best Burgers Fraudman CFCI
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Originally Posted By: Fraudman CPPCFCI
I lived there from 1986 to 2002 in the North End. By the the City of Village Charm had changed with more crime and lots of sirens. I do not miss the traffic, hustle and bustle and the crowds. Where I live now there is a wetlands across the street and there are deer, turkey and coyotes. Now the coyotes may attack the turkeys but at least they do not call 911.


We were there at the same time partially - from 1987 to 1994. We left right around the time they started plowing all the farm land, acres of woods and putting up the multitude of malls. At the time it was great but that's progress for you. Coincidentally, where I live now in MA there is an elementary school directly across the street and behind that is a state park. So I have deer, bear, turkeys etc. come across to my yard. Small world!!

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#1199349 - 06/10/09 10:54 PM Re: Best Burgers Mocha's Mom
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#1199519 - 06/11/09 02:22 PM Re: Best Burgers Mocha's Mom
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Originally Posted By: Mocha's Mom
Originally Posted By: Fraudman CPPCFCI
I lived there from 1986 to 2002 in the North End. By the the City of Village Charm had changed with more crime and lots of sirens. I do not miss the traffic, hustle and bustle and the crowds. Where I live now there is a wetlands across the street and there are deer, turkey and coyotes. Now the coyotes may attack the turkeys but at least they do not call 911.


We were there at the same time partially - from 1987 to 1994. We left right around the time they started plowing all the farm land, acres of woods and putting up the multitude of malls. At the time it was great but that's progress for you. Coincidentally, where I live now in MA there is an elementary school directly across the street and behind that is a state park. So I have deer, bear, turkeys etc. come across to my yard. Small world!!


And I was there from 94 to 96ish. smile
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#1199524 - 06/11/09 02:27 PM Re: Best Burgers E.E.G.B
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Five Guy's is probably our best. And you can't beat the greasy paper bag full of fries.

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#1199540 - 06/11/09 02:36 PM Re: Best Burgers Bankster
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Five Guys fries do rock!
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#1199574 - 06/11/09 02:53 PM Re: Best Burgers FBH
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Sit Down:
1st Mighty Fine Burger - http://www.mightyfineburgers.com/
2nd Red Robin's, Chesters, and Chili's are all right up there

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Carls Jr and Whataburger

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#1199578 - 06/11/09 02:56 PM Re: Best Burgers Fork Ate Spoon
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Fuddruckers is pretty good too.. Buffalo and Ostrich burgers there aren't too bad either =)

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#1199599 - 06/11/09 03:08 PM Re: Best Burgers Fork Ate Spoon
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I have had turkey, venison, bison, and elk burgers but have not yet pulled the trigger on an ostrich burger. Is it more like turkey or beef or a cross between the two? I have been wanting to try one.
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#1199763 - 06/11/09 05:09 PM Re: Best Burgers thomasj
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Tastes like chicken!

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#1199778 - 06/11/09 05:16 PM Re: Best Burgers Fraudman CFCI
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Chicken burgers can be tasty too!
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#1202633 - 06/17/09 05:08 PM Re: Best Burgers thomasj
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I had the Arby's "burger" last night. It was pretty good, all though it is not a burger.
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