Wow .. Really WOW [:D]
That, my friend, is still a work in progress! I don’t eat heavy very often (although more often than I really should. I’m a snacker of the first order). My big eating events are usually Thanksgiving, Christmas and the Big Apple BBQ Block Party. I just try to stay active (LOTS of walking, ellipse at home, in-line skating. I need to get the bike fixed and work that in too). Thanks for the post!!
WOW!!!!! im not worthy im not worthy!!!!!!!
BillyBoy…THANK YOU! Just so wonderful. Man, how do you keep the weight off!
Why do I read these things before dinner???
Great pictures and report, you have been around baby!
WOW!! That was the best scroll-down I even had. Seconds anyone?? [;)]
Man, you need to get out more.
Billy, I love looking at your pics as usual, but I must admit that I’ve loaded this thread many, many times just to steal another peek at that onion tower at Smokin’ Al’s…it makes me very weak in the knees. [:p]
Our year has also been highlighted by multiple RF visits — definitely more this year than any other — but the ones that stand out most are those which we shared with RF friends (hope I didn’t leave anybody out!): Desertdog in AZ; Nancypalooza & Julie in SC; WanderingJew, Bethgrd & Steve in RI; Cecif, Waltpiii & Denise, and WJ on the North Shore of MA; Buffetbuster, Cecif, Bethgrd, Waltpiii and his clan in Cambridge, MA; and Bruce & Sue, Michael & Jane, and all the cool people we met on the RF Nashville tour. The most striking thing is that we feel like these folks are already old friends, and after just a few minutes of RF story-swapping and eating, we’re already figuring out when we can meet up next for more.
Our 2008 mission: to meet more RFers out there and to spread the good word to the uninitiated! See you on the road…Chris
That’s a delightful little photo essay, Billy. Glad you had such a great year.
Ellen, yeah that BBQ Block Party is a great deal. An inspired way for New Yorkers to sample "real" BBQ from the authentic regions across the U.S. Obviously. one doesn’t get the ambience and true Roadfood experience of actually "being there", but it’s the next best thing.
Oh Ceci, there are only two kinds of people in this world: Sox fans and those who wish they were! hehe!
John, that breakfast from The Muffin Patch was easily in my top 5 of all time.
LegalLady, what’s the "Korner Kitchen"?
What a treat! Makes the lowly little "Korner Kitchen" look like crap
Nice wrap up Billy. I wish I had that plate of ham & eggs with home fries right now and for lunch I’ll take Nathans at Coney Island. My first time at Coney Island was about 40 years ago, last time was a few years ago when we took the grandkids.
Billyboy I am glad I waited to comment til you posted photos!
You are wearing a RED SOX hat!!! Yay!!!!!!!
Anyway, of course that’s super fun reading and great stuff all year.
Thanks for all the excellent contributions.
Yep, great report! Thanks.
All I’ve got to show for my various 2007 roadfood trips is a lousy notebook and about 8 extra pounds! –Ken
Excellent, excellent, excellent!!! What a great review of your year!
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