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Thread: Regional Road Food!

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    Sep 2005
    San Antonio, TX

    Regional Road Food!

    Tell us about the food you've found or stumbled on while on the road. Let us know what places and food you go out of your way to get back to. Some of you take pictures, too...that would be nice to see as well. Sometimes it's about the journey, sometimes it's about the destination. Heck, sometimes it's about the food!

    Be sure to include the city and state in the post title...that makes it easy to spot something interesting, nearby, or on the way.
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    Feb 2010
    Colorado and Afghanistan

    Kip's Grill & Cantina Pagosa Springs, CO

    Great cantina with fresh Mexican food! You'll find fish tacos, pork barbacoa, a good selection of cold beer and the regular items you'd expect. Nice hats and t-shirts, too! Casual dining, live music on occasion. Nice outdoor patio and prices are easy on the wallet.

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    Winlock, WA

    Smile Testicle Festival in Montana

    This is the ORIGINAL Testicle Festival, although there are several others in Montana and other states.

    Plan your travels to coincide with one of these. You will have a ball!

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    Rocky Bow BMW Riders #197 bogthebasher's Avatar
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    Apr 2008
    Calgary AB

    Beef Jerky!

    You just have to stop in Longview AB on the Cowboy Highway for some this delicious local chew. Comes in handy on Iron Butt rides cut in small pieces in the 'Treat Bag'.
    [2008 R1200RT (Biarritz Blue) - Mine]
    [2007 R1200RT (Sand Biege) - Hers]

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    Dec 2005
    East Texas

    Fried Pies

    Next time you're in northeast Texas, give the Farm House Fried Pies a try. Many flavor choices and the people are friendly. Bakery is located in the back of Mineola Mercantile at the corner of Highway 80 and 69 in Mineola, TX.

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