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  • #9494

    Rickkyboy
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    The Federalist Radio Hour Podcast had Christopher Kimball as a guest.

    I also picked this up at Whole Paycheck. We use their 30 minute recipes all the time and with an old stack of Cook’s Country Magazine, we have a good rotating menu of easy to prepare meals.

    #11981

    Miserable Fellow
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    The Medieval Manor in the South End is closing at the end of the year.

    I live blocks away and have never seen evidence of a single person ever going there as a customer. Does anyone have any first or second hand experience?  I’m genuinely curious, but not curious enough to actually spend money there.

    #11995

    Kevin
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    The Medieval Manor in the South End is closing at the end of the year.

    I live blocks away and have never seen evidence of a single person ever going there as a customer. Does anyone have any first or second hand experience? I’m genuinely curious, but not curious enough to actually spend money there.

    Maybe 15 years ago. I only remember it being dank. And I was blind drunk, like almost Mark drunk.

    #12087

    Florida Sox Fan
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    We hit it in college. In the late 70’s. I think they’ve moved since then, but definitely dark and dank. And blind drunk.

    And not to combine two threads or anything, but a person I used to work with just recently went and gushed about it on Facebook.

    #12111

    Yahtzee
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    Same. Bachelor party. Terrible food. “Bawdy” entertainment. If you weren’t hammered, you had no business being there.

    #12114

    Major Intangibles
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    Yahtzee poached my post.

    No great loss.

    Nothing will be saved. All will be lost. And our new onion-headed sad emoticon is unable to convey the depth of that loss. -10/22/25 (sic) Daily Thread

    #15763

    Lebron
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    In Woburn for 3 or 4 nights next week.  I remember Tremont with the pork chops and vinegar peppers.  Any other dining suggestions?  I’d love a good sushi place.

     

    #15908

    Rickkyboy
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    Strega Prime? http://stregaprime.com/

    There might be a place or two in Winchester (one town over). I’ve eaten with my dad at China Sky and they have a sushi bar that seems popular. I’ve only had the Chinese food there.

    #15909

    jforb
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    My friend swears by the sushi bar in one of the supermarkets. Forget which one but have a feeling that’s not what you’re looking for.

    #15924

    Lebron
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    In googling seafood joints I see there is an Eris Wings and Seafood in Woburn, more of a fish fry type place which is fine as I never get fish fry, and Turners came up but appears to be in Melrose.  Any experience/thoughts on those places?

     

    Thanks

    #16100

    Rickkyboy
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    For seafood you might as well go to Legals in Burlington.  If you want to drive to Somerville, Vinnies is a great place not to mention unique for Italian food. http://www.vinnysatnight.com

    #41467

    GreatWhiteDhale
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    Any Thai food fans? I got a pad see ew that tasted like I was licking a spent charcoal briquette. It’s an hour later and the beer and vodka can’t get the taste out of my mouth.

    Come back, Regular Brian.

    My agenda is truth.

    #46476

    Kevin
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    Chico, (or anyone), how’s the Eye-Tie food at Cassarino’s?

    Looking to whack a police captain and heroin dealer there Saturday night for my birthday.

    #46504

    chicowalker
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    I haven’t been to Cassarino’s in a bit but I always liked it back when I lived over there (as opposed to where I live now, 2.5 miles away :lol: ) I’ve been meaning to get back.  I actually may be at Siena on the hill saturday night (that place I can unequivocally recommend)

    #46505

    Florida Sox Fan
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    Cassarino’s – A

    Siena – A++++

    That is all.

    Edit: not quite all. I’m headed to the Hill tonight to check out the new Mexican restaurant that’s where the Blue Grotto used to be. It’s gotten excellent reviews, so I’m hopeful.

    #46506

    Div
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    I thought it (Cassarino’s) was quite good. This may sound strange, but they have the best asparagus I have ever had at a restaurant.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 9 months ago by  Div.
    #47781

    Danny Duberstein
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    Anyone been to Angelo’s Coal Fired Pizza in Quincy?

    Going today for lunch.

    #47810

    chicowalker
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    Food complaint.  My softball field has, for years, had this old italian lady (sister of the guy who runs the league- you should see the placard behind home plate of all the guys instrumental in the league, looks like Sopranos credits) who would make all this fantastic home cooked food and sell it there- eggplant, peppers and eggs, meatballs, etc. $5 a sandwich and that was your dinner.  Had my first game sunday and I walk over- she’s not there.  I go find Lou like I’m on fire- “WTF?” and he said Cranston is finally getting around to saying they need a vendor’s license, and she didn’t want to be bothered.  I was crushed– those sandwiches are at least 1/2 the reason I still play softball.  The new vendor is the same guy who sells at the Cranston Ice RInk, Cranston Stadium, etc..Sysco chicken tenders and the like :ozzy:

    #47813

    Feejis
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    Now I’m hungry.

    #47815

    02062
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    “Low energy big government trying to squeeze the little guy Chico, sad.  Your vote Tuesday the 26th would help.”  

    #47822

    Danny Duberstein
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    Anyone been to Angelo’s Coal Fired Pizza in Quincy? Going today for lunch.

    The answer I was looking for is Awesome.

     

    Try the meat lovers, coal fired meatballs, sausage, bacon.  Also the Michaelangelo, with muzzadell, rigott, and meatballs.

    #47831

    Yahtzee
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    Anyone been to Angelo’s Coal Fired Pizza in Quincy? Going today for lunch.

    The answer I was looking for is Awesome.

    Try the meat lovers, coal fired meatballs, sausage, bacon. Also the Michaelangelo, with muzzadell, rigott, and meatballs.

    With a Diet Coke?

    #47836

    Danny Duberstein
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    Anyone been to Angelo’s Coal Fired Pizza in Quincy? Going today for lunch.

    The answer I was looking for is Awesome. Try the meat lovers, coal fired meatballs, sausage, bacon. Also the Michaelangelo, with muzzadell, rigott, and meatballs.

    With a Diet Coke?

    Wasn’t all me, I go out to lunch with 3 other guys every Friday.

    Coal fired wings are great, dipping sauces….meh.

    #47842

    Feejis
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    Anyone been to Angelo’s Coal Fired Pizza in Quincy? Going today for lunch.

    The answer I was looking for is Awesome. Try the meat lovers, coal fired meatballs, sausage, bacon. Also the Michaelangelo, with muzzadell, rigott, and meatballs.

    With a Diet Coke?

    Wasn’t all me, I go out to lunch with 3 other guys every Friday. Coal fired wings are great, dipping sauces….meh.

    Dirty Mike and the the boys. We call that a soup kitchen.

    #47860

    Danny Duberstein
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    Huh?  Liquid lunch?

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