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Sweet tea is great.
Quote: Originally Posted by auto90403 Sorry, but when I joined SF, I promised to tell the truth. Hey, so did I. You're a bigot.
Quote: Originally Posted by ghulkhan if you are ever in chapel hill .... http://www.mamadips.com/ I grew up in the Triangle and went to school in Durham. Mama Dip's is awesome.
Quote: Originally Posted by gnatty8 Bullock's in east Cobb is fantastic.. That's well OTP, I try not to venture out there if at all possible unless I'm going hiking or to play racquetball. I would, however, consider it if they have Sazerac 18. Do you know if they have it?
Quote: Originally Posted by nerdykarim which one was it? my favorite in the city is probably agnes and muriel's, though i'm kind of an atlanta neophyte. QFT, which one? I find Mary Mac's to be somewhat hit or miss.
Quote: Originally Posted by gnatty8 nope, beer and wine only, have to go to a "package store" for spirits.. When I first moved to Atlanta I was driving around seeing "package stores" all over the place thinking, "WTF, does everyone run an eBay business in Atlanta?" I quickly learned and now Green's is tops for my package stores.
If I make it at home black from the french press, if at work with cream and sugar because Keurig makes a shitty cup. Zero to two cups a week at most, usually have Earl Grey, English Breakfast, green tea or some stuff called Awake that Tazo makes.
Quote: Originally Posted by Ludeykrus False. All liquor stores around here sell Everclear / Golden Grain, which is ~95% ethanol. Trust me, you can shoot that stuff and it won't kill you....though you may feel like it did. I was going to call him out on that too, but that I thought I'd give him the benefit of the doubt that maybe he means in bars/restaurants, although that would be the first I've heard of any such rule.
Quote: Originally Posted by MrG Athens. Admittedly, I haven't tried all the local places, so there's a possibility that the vinegar-based stuff isn't ubiquitous. However, the reason I haven't tried all of the places is because I got tired of finding the Carolina BBQ. I don't know why we'd be so much different than Atlanta, though. Maybe because we're farther east? I would love to find some tomato-based pulled crap! I'm headed to Atlanta today, any...
Quote: Originally Posted by MrG Anything but Carolina. It seems like it's all I can get in this part of Georgia, at least at the non-chain BBQ joints, and it's awful. Too watery, and the vinegar overpowers all of the flavors. Where the hell do you find NC BBQ in Georgia? All I've ever found in Atlanta is the crappy tomato based pulled crap. 1. Eastern NC 2. Western NC 3. Memphis (prefer the ribs over pulled)
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