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Rolla

Postby BornBad » April 23rd, 2004, 1:53 pm

If any of you meat eaters come by Rolla; Give Johnny's Smoke Stak a try: 201 W Highway 72, Rolla (phone: 573-364-4838). Image
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Re: Rolla

Postby BornBad » April 26th, 2004, 1:43 pm

Click HERE (PDF format) if you want a map of Rolla motel and restaurant locations.
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Re: Rolla

Postby JimDog » April 26th, 2004, 2:43 pm

Hey, BB - Many moons ago I used to go to place in Rolla called Chub-N-Joes. I think it was in the old downtown area. You ever hear of it? It still there. Some of the best Biscuits and Gravy in the Universe...
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Re: Rolla

Postby BornBad » April 26th, 2004, 3:53 pm

... in the old down town area
... That Kinda phrase make me feel like I aint in such a bassackward hick town after all Image

Chub-N-Joes is no longer in bidness. 'Know what ya mean though, a good rib felt biscuit and gravy order is a hard thing to find these days.
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Re: Rolla

Postby Outdoorsfool » April 26th, 2004, 4:43 pm

BornBad - Naaah...it ain't that hard to find...you just gotta cook it yourself!! Image
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Re: Rolla

Postby BornBad » April 26th, 2004, 5:56 pm

McD's makes a better gravy than me... Now my wife can make a mean gravy, but it will never be perfect since she will not use good ol' bacon grease.
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Re: Rolla

Postby Rafe Hollister » April 27th, 2004, 2:46 pm

BornBad,

Get a new wife.
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Re: Rolla

Postby BornBad » April 27th, 2004, 3:46 pm

What, and loose my nads - I don't think so Image
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Re: Rolla

Postby Rafe Hollister » April 27th, 2004, 5:59 pm

If she don't make gravy the right way, she ain't worth keeping around. Unfortunately, my wife don't make gravy right either. She buys them damn packs of powder and it still turns out lumpy. I'm a gravy-making fool. I probably would've ditched her years ago, but she's awful good in the sack.
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Re: Rolla

Postby mygood » April 29th, 2004, 4:23 pm

Ain't no better BBQ than Johnnys Smoke Stak, in Rolla. Thats the only good thing in that town for sure. Image Image Image Image Image
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Re: Rolla

Postby skduckhunt » May 1st, 2004, 5:11 pm

There is always Pryors Pizza. or a good ole crumbly burger at Maid-Rite...... What happened to 509 liquor, lil kings or Mr. Swiss by the post office....

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Re: Rolla

Postby sharps4590 » May 2nd, 2004, 8:35 am

My bar-be-cue is better than Johnnys and my wife is such a great cook I have a hard time spending money at any resturant for food that isn't as good as what I can get at home...

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Re: Rolla

Postby BornBad » May 3rd, 2004, 8:19 am

I have always had a hard time spending money on restaurant food.. I chalk it up more as a wife tune-up, makes her happy to be taken out.
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Re: Rolla

Postby RB » May 14th, 2004, 3:36 pm

I used to stay at Zeno's motel and eat in their steakhouse. Great steaks but pricey for a hick town(sorry BB) like Rolla.

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Re: Rolla

Postby 2BHNTN » May 14th, 2004, 5:17 pm

sharps4590,

I have the same problem. Wifey is a damn fine cook. I found that the going out to eat is more to get the her out the kitchen for one night than anything else.
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