Aye! Another NC member who can enjoy the sweet sweet relief of a Cookout shake. Banana with Chocolate and a side of Cajun fries, that’s my snack routeMaybe there’s a dessert thread?
I save (or is it spend) my calories for Cookout Milkshakes. I don’t eat in my GTI so the 5 minute ride home is rough.
Banana is the bomb. Although I also enjoy Mint chocolate chip, Heath Toffee and peach cobbler to name a few.Aye! Another NC member who can enjoy the sweet sweet relief of a Cookout shake. Banana with Chocolate and a side of Cajun fries, that’s my snack route
For fast food it’s actually pretty good. I enjoy their burgers and obviously their milkshakes. We have 3 in Wilmington with 2 of those within a 1/2 mile of each other near UNCW.Cookout? I’ve been to the Boone area multiple times. Perhaps I need to check it out the next time we head that way.
I'm gonna guess son is over 12 YO. Sounds good^^.It was my son's birthday last night. My wife cooked a mean shrimp garlic pasta, garlic herb butter roast chicken, oven-roasted asparagus, and baked a blueberry cheesecake for dessert.
Yes, my son. Just celebrated his 16th birthday, that's why my wife prepared a feast. Wow! Sounds like a delicious spread. Need to work on my diet after eating so much last night.I'm gonna guess son is over 12 YO. Sounds good^^.
tonight for us is Big salad with rotisserie chicken and since it's June in CT strawb shortcake with local berries. If you are not eating them every day come July 4th you'll be regretting not eating your fill.
And lots of mayo.So didn't make his, but was down in San Antonio for Monster Jam. As soon as I got there, remembered someone saying never go on the first day, go on the last day. Last day, they don't care as much anymore about keeping the truck in 1 piece so they go all out. was still a blast.
Anyway left there and 10 min away is a burger joint, Mad Macks. Signature burger has grilled cheese sandwiches for buns & and onion rings in it. Felt my arm tingling after eating it
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