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  1. Noted ... actually that is probably a good compromise!
  2. Actually I have seen creamy slaw recipes that didn’t call for vinegar or lemon juice. But called for sour cream and ground mustard
  3. Also Profish is a distributor I met with and they disclose the original their products
  4. Blue Crab is found as far north as Nova Scotia and as far south as Argentina. So crab out of South America could very well be real blue crab. https://www.baltimoresun.com/maryland/bal-crab-mislabeling-20150331-story.html
  5. WHAT? I said you can use vinegar ... I personally dont care for zesty slaw or the tang
  6. Didn’t realize Mason Williams was 29....he’s obviously a now or never kind of guy. He can almost be labeled AAAA now. Sounds like the plan is for Mountcastle to get some significant ABs just looking at the https://www.mlbtraderumors.com/baltimore-orioles
  7. Here’s a question for you ....Can you tell the difference between fresh or frozen ground beef.
  8. 1) How so? 2) Cole Slaw consistently is made with cabbage,carrot, purple cabbage, mayo, sugar, salt , pepper, and Mayo. It can also have various amount of lemon juice, vinegar, and or water. I don't think anyone would claim it was at that healthy. 3) Fries arent healthy .... They are less healthy when baked over fried, varying degrees based on the type of oil (I use peanut for my fries and Turkey at home). I eat more than I probably should. I am thankful they are no longer fried in lard. McDonald was just a poor comp for a place like G&M ...but I get the context
  9. Theres a difference just ask https://www.google.com/search?q=gordon+ramsay&client=firefox-b-1-d&sxsrf=ALeKk01q1sYRloNFpsI2X10dshWrGBVGoA:1594318401310&tbm=isch&source=iu&ictx=1&fir=nmDxS0EJ48DM4M%2CwEbTN5wAtWY7FM%2C%2Fm%2F02z6h7&vet=1&usg=AI4_-kR4XLEDKrY8KBdQMHLX-TJZfXaZEw&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjB5d_v4sDqAhWHkHIEHY9vDbwQ_B0wKXoECA4QAw#imgrc=nmDxS0EJ48DM4M
  10. The real question is if they have any intention of using them
  11. I was trying not to exaggerate. I’m not sure I believe McDonalds Remember when they used animal fat to cook the French fries and claimed it was vegetable oil. I believe they were sewed by some Jewish customers as they believed there were no animal products. Yes ... https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.jta.org/2003/05/22/archive/mcdonalds-to-sponsor-kosher-ed-after-lawsuit-proceeds-divvied-up/amp
  12. Comparing McDonald's to G&M is like comparing a high school player to a guy at AAA. G&M isn't Ruth Chris but its certainly not a fast food establishment where everything is delivered cooked and frozen to the restaurant. I like their crab cakes and coleslaw fine. In fact my regular meal is double cake, fries, and slaw. I've been to Nick's and I guarantee you that they use crabs from Louisiana and Texas to supplement and if they serve them in spring and fall exclusively as the Maryland crabs thin out and dry up in the fall, and really arent active here until May.
  13. Seems like a good move for the Ravens and their fans . https://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/2020-ravens-season-tickets-to-be-deferred
  14. Again, I'm not arguing crab meat from other countries. But, I think if they mixed blue crab and served a dozen no one would be able to tell which are which.
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