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    Quote Originally Posted by fauster View Post
    A couple of vendors will be up and running on Tuesday with a few more running on Wednesday as the volunteers roll in.

    All will be open for business starting on Thursday morning and the breakfast vendors will be open on Sunday morning.
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    Quote Originally Posted by john1691 View Post
    No offense to Pat or Gino, but your local Pizza shop will provide a larger/better cheese steak than either of the two fighting it out in downtown Philly. We are about a week or so from local sweet corn, peas, strawberries, lettuce, spinach, etc. are already available from local farmers. Plan to find local produce on the way, a great way to suppliment the offerings of food vendors onsite. If you are a "foody", have no fear, PA will have you covered!
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    I rode north of the rally site in the heart of the farmland and there are signs along the way directing folks to local farms with produce.

    There is even some stands where cash and carry is on the honor system so bring small bills and change with you.

    Sometimes, I think I am in Wisconsin because of the dairys, then Vermont because of fruit stands and mountains, then in Amish Countryand and we are..... but it's Pennsylvania ! Its kinda like a Disneyland of past rallies. Then add the eastern and south European cultures !

    Now if I can get some Lobsta !
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    The food at the University is also very good and cheap with a lot of choices. This is not the dorm food that many of us knew in earlier years. Chris can attest to this also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmaust01 View Post
    The food at the University is also very good and cheap with a lot of choices. This is not the dorm food that many of us knew in earlier years. Chris can attest to this also.
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    On campus, one of the main dining facilities is called the Commons, and its ranked number one in food services in Small Colleges of America and in the top five at all academic facilities nation wide. It offers a buffet-style dining experience at an inexpensive cost. They serve a variety of foods, including pasta, grilled and fried foods, a salad bar, specials including chicken parmesan, wings, cordon bleu, steak, gyros, lots of vegetable and fruit options, homemade style meals such as turkey, pork, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, and much more. There is also a dessert station and a drink station. The dessert station serves homemade ice cream daily, which is delicious, and you are free to add any kind of topping you desire ! There are also homemade oatmeal, peanut butter, Reese's pieces, double chocolate chip, and chocolate chip cookies made fresh everyday !

    Its very clean place to get recharged and refreshed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmaust01 View Post
    The food at the University is also very good and cheap with a lot of choices. This is not the dorm food that many of us knew in earlier years. Chris can attest to this also.

    Mark
    me, too. this place is very very good and makes renting a room at the university and even better deal.

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