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Old Jul 22, 18, 2:52 pm
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Post pictures of great meals here!

Many of you post pictures of meals on Facebook that you are having and the places you are at. Some of them look fantastic! Why not share them with FT?

At Rube's you pick your own meal.



Then you cook it yourself! You can't blame the guy cooking in the back if the food is not cooked to your satisfaction.


Finally a meal! Little known fact. Iowa beef has half the calories of beef elsewhere. That's my story and I am sticking with it.
That filet is 16 ounces. That is pretty close to a pound!


And of coarse there is dessert!

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Old Jul 23, 18, 3:04 pm
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What's the point then of going out? I can get that at the market far cheaper.
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Old Jul 23, 18, 4:25 pm
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Do they provide a meat thermometer or do you have to bring your own?
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Old Jul 23, 18, 4:51 pm
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Originally Posted by Cloudship View Post
What's the point then of going out? I can get that at the market far cheaper.
yeah, plus I can wear what I want at home ( be barefoot). I guess the place does all the clean up so that part is good but I am not interested in cooking my own food like that. Korean BBQ is the only place I would consider cooking.
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Old Jul 23, 18, 5:53 pm
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yeah, plus I can wear what I want at home ( be barefoot). I guess the place does all the clean up so that part is good but I am not interested in cooking my own food like that. Korean BBQ is the only place I would consider cooking.
Did I mention that the company paid paid for it?? That goes a long way towards a great meal.
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Old Jul 23, 18, 5:55 pm
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Originally Posted by SirFlysALot View Post

Did I mention that the company paid paid for it?? That goes a long way towards a great meal.
Did you get to eat eat it?
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Old Jul 23, 18, 6:12 pm
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Did you get to eat eat it?
i ate it and the salad to make it seem healthy.
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Did something similar in Dallas many years ago at UR Cooks and it was fun (for an out of Towner)
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Old Jul 23, 18, 6:24 pm
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Jesus. I'm a big eater, but that's a seriously large bit of cow and then finished with cake. Impressive.

Originally Posted by cloudship
What's the point then of going out?
No cleanup. There's a few places around here that do the cook yourself thing. It's not too bad.
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Old Jul 23, 18, 6:24 pm
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Originally Posted by SirFlysALot View Post

Did I mention that the company paid paid for it?? That goes a long way towards a great meal.
Doesn't the company also pay for meals that a professional chef prepares?
and what's up with the 2 slices of white bread on the grill? Lol
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Old Jul 23, 18, 6:29 pm
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Originally Posted by corky View Post
Doesn't the company also pay for meals that a professional chef prepares?
and what's up with the 2 slices of white bread on the grill? Lol
I was wondering about the same RE bread. I bet that fire is so hot they would be "texas toast" in 10 seconds so I hope the person who put them on the grill "seen your text"
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Old Jul 23, 18, 6:46 pm
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I was wondering about the same RE bread. I bet that fire is so hot they would be "texas toast" in 10 seconds so I hope the person who put them on the grill "seen your text"
Lol...yes, quite an assault on the language. Still a nice guy and he seemed very bright.
I know that traditionally white bread is served with BBQ ( the slow cooked kind & not the grill as pictured here) but it isn't cooked. Yeah, while you are watching the bread so it doesn't go up in flames, your steak is getting overcooked.
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