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Re:What does Sulphur Springs need? 4 years 4 months ago #13525

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heartandmind wrote:
mmmm....."moons ove my hammy" with fries.......dang it. NOW i'm hungry. so much form my morning.

Heart healthy, of course. :laugh:
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Re:What does Sulphur Springs need? 4 years 4 months ago #13526

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luvanimals wrote:
a really good German restaurant. :laugh:

Ain't that the truth? Although, not sure that many people would get a kick out it.

But man, some good German food is never far from my stove and table!
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Re:What does Sulphur Springs need? 4 years 4 months ago #13527

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SouthernBaptist wrote:
It's got to be something meticulously managed. I've seen good places be good for the first month or two and then go downhill quick. And for gosh sakes, whatever you do, don't put it on one of our
cock-o-many one way service roads. Whose idea was that anyway? SS not quite that big to merit oneway service roads yet. Heck, Greenville doesn't even have them.

Greenville will have them in July. But I agree - I hate the one way service roads.
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Re:What does Sulphur Springs need? 4 years 4 months ago #13528

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heartandmind wrote:
luvanimals wrote:
a really good German restaurant. :laugh:

Ain't that the truth? Although, not sure that many people would get a kick out it.

But man, some good German food is never far from my stove and table!

Good - what do you want me to bring? I think my sauerbraten is pretty good. Made with real ginger snaps
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Re:What does Sulphur Springs need? 4 years 4 months ago #13533

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I would like to see a deli sandwich place on the order of a Chicago/ Greek/New York style. The menu would include the Vienna hot dog, Italian beef, gyros, corned beef stacked high, garlic dill pickles with fries that leak right thru the wax-paper. Oh yes.
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Re:What does Sulphur Springs need? 4 years 4 months ago #13534

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sounds fantastic! i'm pretty good with an old fashioned goulasch or some red cabbage.....it's just so darn hot these days to do all that slow cooking in the kitchen.


guess i'll have to cool off with a nice cold german beer like a spaten or bitburger!
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Re:What does Sulphur Springs need? 4 years 4 months ago #13538

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Since there are German food fans out there, do any of you guys know of a good German restaurant not to far from SS?
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Re:What does Sulphur Springs need? 4 years 4 months ago #13540

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Bavarian Grille in Plano, just of 75 and Parker Road. Great food, and an even better beer selection.
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Re:What does Sulphur Springs need? 4 years 4 months ago #13541

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Mira's Kitchen in Emory does a German food night on Friday nights. I haven't been able to make it down there to check it out yet but it is on my list. Mira's is on Hwy 19 right before you get to Hwy 69 (just south of the square).
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Re:What does Sulphur Springs need? 4 years 4 months ago #13543

I ate there a few months ago with a group of friends from our church and we had a blast and the food was delicious!
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Re:What does Sulphur Springs need? 4 years 4 months ago #13550

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thanks, I will have to try it out. Most of all thanks for the directions. I am challenged in that area.
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Re:What does Sulphur Springs need? 4 years 4 months ago #13553

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insstx wrote:
Mira's Kitchen in Emory does a German food night on Friday nights. I haven't been able to make it down there to check it out yet but it is on my list. Mira's is on Hwy 19 right before you get to Hwy 69 (just south of the square).

I have eaten at Mira's and it was terrific. Don't know why I haven't been back there in so long. Actually, I believe Mira may have been Czech, not German, but the food was Eastern European - which, to me means German/Austrian/Czech. Anyway - the Schnitzel, wursts and sides were really good. Try out the dark pumpernickel bread.
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