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Old 07-12-07, 07:44 AM   #1
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Hamburger or THIS?

A Giant Breaded Tenderloin!
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ick, that's some ugly "meat"
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Ooh, that makes me miss Peoria.... Big ol' tenderloin on a regular bun. Hilarious.
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Oh now come on! You haven't lived til you've had a Giant Breaded Tenderloin! They taste far better than they look!
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Old 07-12-07, 08:03 AM   #6
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Ooh, that makes me miss Peoria.... Big ol' tenderloin on a regular bun. Hilarious.
Hey CyLowe, you gonna hit XXX for a Purvis Burger after the ride?
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Hamburger over the ambomination.

Although I'd take a grilled porterhouse . Charred outside, bloody inside. Horseradish, some sliced fresh tomatos, and some red wine. On a plate, please.. no bun.






NOW WE'RE TALKING! Especially the totally bloody part!!!! Want it mooingly raw!!! Taking Mom out to dinner tonite and the place will get the standard instruction --- as rare as possible. Of course my own meat on the grill is grilled to more of my liking - hehe -
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I love the way the onions, tomato, pickle and condiments are spread around outside the bun.

Read once that the breaded tenderloin sandwich is strictly a midwestern phenomenon. Where do you live Tom?

Ain't nuthin like some pig to satisfy, unless you got the crave for some sliders.

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The Midwest!

Indiana, to be precise!
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I love the way the onions, tomato, pickle and condiments are spread around outside the bun.

Read once that the breaded tenderloin sandwich is strictly a midwestern phenomenon. Where do you live Tom?

Ain't nuthin like some pig to satisfy, unless you got the crave for some sliders.

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Hey CyLowe, you gonna hit XXX for a Purvis Burger after the ride?
Tom, I'm in Illinois, so not familiar w/ the Indiana variation on the tenderloin. I haven't had one since my college days in central Illinois. Don't see them much in the Chicago area.
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Tom, I'm in Illinois, so not familiar w/ the Indiana variation on the tenderloin. I haven't had one since my college days in central Illinois. Don't see them much in the Chicago area.
OK, I thought you were coming in for a ride though, here in Lafayette, are you doing the 300 miles in 25 hrs or were you just trying to bring it to my attention? If you are, you gotta go to the XXX for after ride nutrition!

By the way, the Purvis is a Hamburger served at the XXX, which was also the first drive in restaurant in the US, and it has Peanut Butter on it!
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That just doesn't look right. I would rather eat this however.

Cheesesteak FTW!

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OK, I thought you were coming in for a ride though, here in Lafayette, are you doing the 300 miles in 25 hrs or were you just trying to bring it to my attention? If you are, you gotta go to the XXX for after ride nutrition!

By the way, the Purvis is a Hamburger served at the XXX, which was also the first drive in restaurant in the US, and it has Peanut Butter on it!
Yeah, I'm coming into Lafayette for the ride. I'm scheduled for a Saturday afternoon shift to help pace the folks who are doing all 300 miles, but I'm hoping to be there for the Friday starting lap, too. My brother lives in town and is going to be doing some middle of the night pacing.

I'll have to ask my brother about the Purvis burger as a recovery meal.
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Yeah, I'm coming into Lafayette for the ride. I'm scheduled for a Saturday afternoon shift to help pace the folks who are doing all 300 miles, but I'm hoping to be there for the Friday starting lap, too. My brother lives in town and is going to be doing some middle of the night pacing.

I'll have to ask my brother about the Purvis burger as a recovery meal.
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Just staring at that picture my arteries are hardening up as we speak.
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Decissions, decissions... Cheesesteak or Sliders.

If only I knew someone near a White Castle who would FedEx me a suitcase.
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That sandwich is just too much, but it did bring back a great memory for me.

As a kid, there was a place in Edmond Oklahoma called Westoaks, that served a chicken fried steak sandwich topped with Heinz 57 sauce. I loved that sandwich. And they had they little speaker boxes on the tables that you placed your orders through. To me, as a 7 year old, that steak sandwich seemed huge, sorta like the one in your picture.
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Just staring at that picture my arteries are hardening up as we speak.

Poor Jon. Finally experiencing what "hardening up" is.
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That just doesn't look right. I would rather eat this however.

Cheesesteak FTW!

Sorry, you lose...but thanks for playing!

Lobster Roll, FTW...game over.
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Poor Jon. Finally experiencing what "hardening up" is.
Yep true.

Aren't you going to ask me to "prove it"?

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Poor Jon. Finally experiencing what "hardening up" is.
That was funny and cruel.

But I have to agree, that tenderlion did not look nice thought the cheesesteak did, I started making my own, next to no fat.
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The only tenderloins I enjoy belong to my wife
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Sorry, but seafood is gay. The cheesesteak still wins.

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