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Old 11-06-2012, 19:54   #81
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Old 11-06-2012, 20:09   #82
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That meat sandwich is just stupid.

It's not an eating challenge, it's just: 'put loads of food on a plate'

Silly.
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Old 11-06-2012, 21:06   #83
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Is that the corn beef sandwich that's about 2 ft tall?
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Old 11-06-2012, 21:41   #84
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those bbq smoke house restaurants look awesome,notice there is a few in London,anyone know of any similar in the country ?

http://www.bodeansbbq.com/

We have a Damons near us in Lincoln but nothing like the American versions

http://www.damons.com/location.cfm
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Old 11-06-2012, 22:12   #85
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Is that the corn beef sandwich that's about 2 ft tall?
It's the one in the video on the previous page. I agree with Flap - it's just stupid, and a ridiculous waste of food to boot.
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Old 11-06-2012, 22:20   #86
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those bbq smoke house restaurants look awesome,notice there is a few in London,anyone know of any similar in the country ?

http://www.bodeansbbq.com/

We have a Damons near us in Lincoln but nothing like the American versions

http://www.damons.com/location.cfm
Bodeans is awesome.

Also Pitt Cue co which is 2 mins round the corner.

Burnt ends and pulled pork
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Bodeans is on my list of places to try, apparently they do take-away/cook at home
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They do indeed
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Bodeans is awesome.

Also Pitt Cue co which is 2 mins round the corner.

Burnt ends and pulled pork

Pulled pork is lush and, probably, the easiest thing in the world to cook. Uses the cheap "shoulder" cut of pork too so costs very little. Great for when you've got a few people over.
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Bodeans is pretty much my favorite american style diner.

Get a soho special. They are absolutely lush.
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Bodeans is pretty much my favorite american style diner.

Get a soho special. They are absolutely lush.
I used to go every week with a mate and would rotate between soho specials and a tray of burnt ends.

Getting hungry just thinking about it so will be going tomorrow
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I'm probably the only one here who thinks of Party of Five when I read Bodeans.
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After reading the comments about Bodeans here I went to the Soho one last night and it was jam packed couldn't get a table had go somewhere else. Defo going to try again some point next week.
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Just had a large portion of burnt ends Love the speed of service in the diner, they'd called my number before I'd even taken my card out of the machine
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It's the one in the video on the previous page. I agree with Flap - it's just stupid, and a ridiculous waste of food to boot.
The thing that amuses me is you don't see the prices very often but you occassionally do. The giant corn beefed sandwiches were $75.

I really don't see what is so great about a giant sandwich stuffed with 2ft of meat. Its not a sandwich, just a pile of meat with bread at either end. To me a sandwich is a combination of ingredients, like a BLT. Wouldn't want one with 8lb of bacon on it

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