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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by waterbaby View Post
    every day last week, I stopped by BK and got a small choc shake and large satisfries. Their shakes actually kinda suck and the satisfries are kinda weak, but I was totally digging it at the time.
    I don't care for BK but I almost started a thread called "Are you SATISFRIED!" I kind of like that marketing phrase.

  2. #12
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    honestly, anything resembling food is good after 4 hours surfing. If I am trying to surf again I keep it light and beer-less, otherwise its eat until coma commences...also, call me trashy/trendy but I like tecate

    it has become a common verb in our circle: tecete-me' pro favor

  3. #13
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    if its a lazy summer morning surf, I like to buy a bunch of little necks and steam em in beer on the grill for lunch. When its cold: tea, coffee with warm food for me. pork roll egg and cheese does the trick.

  4. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by RIsurfer View Post
    Is it this?Attachment 9231 I love that s***!
    Dude, it's not about one kind of cereal...you gotta mix multiple boxes together and create your own flavor. It will change your life.

  5. #15
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    After a good sesh I feel like a sea predator, so fish tacos, shrimp on the barbie, or grilled mahi. Conch chowder is a great starter, topped with a spoonful of sherry. The Reef Grill in Juno Beach and The Food Shack in Jupiter do great Caribbean and Indo inspired surf grub. A nice cold one and a fattie make it special.

  6. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by Exit98Surf View Post
    When I lived in OC, MD there was a pork barbecue place on the way back from Assateague we'd always hit up.
    always stopped at that place after a teague trip.

    ive been frequenting atlantic city more the last few years and after a session i prefer white house sub or tony bolngna's and alcohol

  7. #17
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    If you are in AC and haven't been, be sure to try out the Picalilli in AC. A truly outstanding atmosphere with some of Atlantic city's finest. Wing night on Wednesdays is the best the place has to offer, which will be a one of a kind experience.

  8. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by RobG View Post
    Dude, it's not about one kind of cereal...you gotta mix multiple boxes together and create your own flavor. It will change your life.
    aaaaaand you're a stoner. its all goood

  9. #19
    Scrambled Eggs (2 white 1 with yolk), sauteed bell peppers, onions, mushrooms and sliced up bananas and avacado with lemon and lime juice, crushed red peppers and seasoned black pepper. Sometimes with rice. And a Corona.

  10. #20
    Nothing beats fresh whole fried fish and a litro.
    Here, I'll take Guac, Ceviche, & Chicken and rice from the Dominican joint... and a 6 pack.