Stephen Rushmore Jr.
Ohh, I wish I could have joined you guys. Keep in in the loop when you have another New England adventure.
aw man, you’re killin me!"( thanks ) anyone wanna trade some indian pudding for a hunk of raclette cheese? *L* [;)]
There are some photos and descriptions of what we ate on page 3 of this thread:
oh man… you guys went to Durgin Park WITHOUT ME!?!?!?!!?
( ok, well I am in Switzerland but I grew up not far from there )
someone tell me what you had?.. and I do hope there were baked beans and cornbread somewhere on the table.
Ben, it was so cool having you at our table at All Star. I mentioned to Amy on the ride home that I was a little worried that you’d be lost with all of us excitedly talking over each other AND referring to all of our site friends by their usernames! But you held your own most impressively, and I hope you’ll come out with us again. You cannot possibly go wrong food-wise with this group! And I love Boston RF, but just you wait until our Connecticut trip is ready…[:p] Chris
You found us! [:)]
Glad you could make it. And a big welcome to Roadfood. We hope you’ll stick around!
Welcome to Roadfood and it was great to meet you, too! Being a chef and a lover of food, you will meet lots of like-minded people here. I hope you stick around and continue to contribute.
We were so glad to have you join us…some young blood, and a chef at that. Please stay tuned and come along on the next New England chapter trip. beth g
I just wanted to say thanks to the folks I met this saturday. Durgen Park was a good time, as was The tour around Bostons North end (Thanks CC). I thought the Food at Durgen Park was right on par for what it should be. Portions were nice, So was the flavor of the food. If New England Homestyle is what you are looking for, that is where you will find it. Anyway it was nice to meet you all and I look forward to chattingeating in the future.
Durgen park on saturday
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