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Old 10-23-12, 09:23 AM
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I don't smoke weed. I am weird enough without foreign substances coursing through my conduits, or veins as you humans call them. I have spent $38 at the drive through beer store, does that count?
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Phobias are for irrational fears. Fear of junk ripping badgers is perfectly rational. Those things are nasty.
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Originally Posted by bigbenaugust View Post
My old roommate used to wrap his day-old Chinese food leftovers in a burrito. Nothing like sweet-and-sour pork, broccoli beef, chicken chow mein, and fried rice inside of a tortilla. I thought he was some kind of a freak... and he was, no argument there, even from him.

Anyway, I thought he was a culinary freak, and now sticking non-Mexican food in burritos is the hot new thing. Incidentally, he was not Mexican, but Coloradan.
The first time my New York Jewish mother made matzoh ball soup for my Mexican dad, he took out the matzoh balls, cut them into strips, and wrapped them in a tortilla...
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Nobody here smokes weed? This thread should be moved to the mtb forum. $38 is a pre-dinner snack.
I worked at Jack In The Box in high school. We would get the drunk/stoned people coming in for food around midnight on Friday & Saturday nights. You could always sell them a boatload of food:

Stoner: I want a large coke.
Me: Would you like a double Jumbo Jack with cheese and some large fries to go with that?
Stoner: Oh, hell yeah!
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Old 10-23-12, 10:25 AM
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Cbad, were you on commission? Did you ever ask trick questions? "Would I like Jumbo Jack with that too?"
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Phobias are for irrational fears. Fear of junk ripping badgers is perfectly rational. Those things are nasty.
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Well yes and no... if ordered inside, other patrons can still order at the counter and at the drive through... and depending on the setup of the kitchen, the big order may not cause delay either if other stations/people can serve the other orders. Tacos are not one at a time/wait for it to cook type food... the ingredients tend to be mass prepared and then just assembled to order.

By ordering in the drive through, there is no way to take the orders of the other patrons who are following the big order car, except to move that car, or send a person outside to take those orders.

So a big order is best worked inside, not at the drive through.
At Wendy's or McDondalds it is common to have a car pull forward. BUT I've never seen it happen just becaseu of the size of the order. It is usually that they are out of fries or other batch created items and are waiting for a batch to finish (and the next person in line isn't ordering fries of course).

At In-and-Out a large order would not make nay more sense insode than out, unless you showed up withing minutes of opening. Otherwise the drive through line will be long enough that there is no great hold up due ot order size.

What does really mess things up is the person who wants to change their order when it is time to pay.
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Originally Posted by jon c. View Post
My old roommate used to wrap his day-old Chinese food leftovers in a burrito. Nothing like sweet-and-sour pork, broccoli beef, chicken chow mein, and fried rice inside of a tortilla.

I often make Indian curries on the weekend and have been eating leftover curry in tacos and burritos for years. The combo works really well together.
Hmm,

May need to introduce that at work. Since a key person here is latino and several are Indian it will totally fit for someone with Irish and German roots (me) to introduce something like that.

Pure American!
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Old 10-23-12, 10:42 AM
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Keith: I'm half Irish and half Mexican (or Leprecano, if you will), and can tell you for a fact that left over corned beef makes an excellent burrito on March 18 or any day for that matter.
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Old 10-23-12, 11:08 AM
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Originally Posted by SingingSabre View Post
The first time my New York Jewish mother made matzoh ball soup for my Mexican dad, he took out the matzoh balls, cut them into strips, and wrapped them in a tortilla...
Now wrapping starch in starch... that's something.
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My wife's family is Norwegian. I thought they ate lefse like tortillas so at a Xmas dinner I was filling my lefse with turkey meat and eating it like a taco. Apparently, no one had ever thought to use lefse like that.
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Old 10-23-12, 11:31 AM
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My wife's family is Norwegian. I thought they ate lefse like tortillas so at a Xmas dinner I was filling my lefse with turkey meat and eating it like a taco. Apparently, no one had ever thought to use lefse like that.
ooooh, lefse. My wife's mom is Norwegian. That is good eatin' and a good idea.
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Old 10-24-12, 02:53 PM
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The other day some friends of mine saw a car get pulled over by the cops while in the McDonalds drive through. That will definitely slow up the drive through lane.
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The other day some friends of mine saw a car get pulled over by the cops while in the McDonalds drive through. That will definitely slow up the drive through lane.
speeding, no doubt.
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speeding, no doubt.
Nope, new California law that dictates that you cannot order more than $29.99 at a drive-through window. They're calling it "Pamestique's Law", so that no one will ever again suffer the indignity of waiting too long in a drive-through line, nor will their car continue to emit deadly greenhouse gases while they wait.

The penalty for this egregious violation of the California Vehicla Code is $1000 and up to a year in prison.


... hey, this is California.
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Cool - I would advocate the fines go to an early education program designed to prevent obesity...
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Also, the Caltrans message signs will give drive-through wait times at local big-name fast food establishments instead of telling you to buckle up or about high winds or missing kids, etc.

In exchange, McD's, BK, Jack in the Box, and several others will be paying the state billions to help with that little debt problem.
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A bit off topic, but last week I went to a Chik-fil-a for the first time in my life and was shocked at how friendly everyone was. There was this lady walking around to all the tables making sure everything was good and put a sticky placemat thing on the table in front of my 20 month old. Then when my order was ready, instead of just handing it to me, the dude was all like, "Hi, how are you? How's your day?" Coming from a Pam-like mindset about fast food, I was shocked and was kind of thinking, "just give me my food so I can go eat and get out of the way of people behind me", but, in retrospect, it was kind of nice. Now if that were to slow up the drive through, I wouldn't appreciate it, but then I never go through the drive through (except on long trips where one guy needs to pee - then he runs in and takes care of business while the rest order drinks or something from the drive through and hopefully he's done and back out as the car is getting it's food).
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Yeah, at the drive through, they would have stuck the placemat thing to your sons window, but they would have done it in a very nice way, even if you and your same sex partner were in the car.
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That's a good point. As a white male in there with my wife, daughter, and in-laws, I was probably their key demographic. Had I been I black lesbian with my hispanic lifepartner and our child, I wonder if I would have gotten as good of service.

But, politics aside, I wonder if there is a market for a place that quickly serves food with more/better service than the traditional fast food. The sort of place you take your kids to train them how to behave in restaurants when they're not quite ready for prime time. Sort of a grade. First you try them out in the awfulness that is McDonalds, then you step it up to an intermediate, then you go to a noisier place that is all sit down service like TGIFridays or Applebees, then you hit a full on nice place once they're good and ready. As it is, I spend a fair bit of time at the end of meals on my hands and knees making the floor not quite so messy for the staff to have to deal with after we leave. With a 20 month old, it's still a work in progress.
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A chain named Jason's Deli recently opened here and I'd say they about fit the bill for that sort of intermediate eatery. I think they have them throughout the east coast.
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Jason's Deli is incredible! Here is my Jason's story. Recently my wife and two son's were there eating dinner on a rainy evening. They noticed a man sitting alone, sort of dirty looking, wet, with just a glass, no food. My wife wanted to buy him dinner but did not want to embarrass him, so she approached the manager with her request.

The manager asked my wife to point the man out and said he would handle it. My wife and kids watched as the manager went and checked on the man, spent some time talking to him, took his order and got him a hot meal, all at no charge to him or to us.

Jason's is always near the top of my go out to eat places due to that one event alone. Wrote to their corporate offices, but never heard back. Hope that manager is well rewarded for his charity.
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But, politics aside, I wonder if there is a market for a place that quickly serves food with more/better service than the traditional fast food. The sort of place you take your kids to train them how to behave in restaurants when they're not quite ready for prime time. Sort of a grade. First you try them out in the awfulness that is McDonalds, then you step it up to an intermediate, then you go to a noisier place that is all sit down service like TGIFridays or Applebees, then you hit a full on nice place once they're good and ready. As it is, I spend a fair bit of time at the end of meals on my hands and knees making the floor not quite so messy for the staff to have to deal with after we leave. With a 20 month old, it's still a work in progress.
20 months... you're almost there.
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Nobody here smokes weed? This thread should be moved to the mtb forum. $38 is a pre-dinner snack.
So that explains the watermelon and gouda...
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I am inevitably going to play into Pam's hands here, but I do find it a bit annoying when there is one person on the cash register with six people waiting inside to order (and me right at the back end of the line), while there are three people clustered just around the corner, chin-wagging with intercom headphones on... and not a single car in the drive-thru.
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Move to San Luis Obispo, CA-- no drive-throughs allowed in city limits.
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Originally Posted by bigbenaugust View Post
Move to San Luis Obispo, CA-- no drive-throughs allowed in city limits.
Why aren't they allowed?
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