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In-N-Out. Shout-Let-Out. [Mar. 10th, 2004|03:00 am]
Sauce1977
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The Real Reason Why I Moved To Los Angeles.


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Cut in machines, right in front of me.


Your Potatoes, so fresh, so cut forth in front of my eyes. Doubting Thomases no more need to take up their habit in your kitchen.


Clever, so simple the designs.


Do you dream of days in the sun under the trees? The little details make for everything, especially under your drink cups, if stared at closely.


In case you reject corporate mass-marketing.


Warmth drawn into hearts, attempted in similar fashion to food into belly. We use our tools.


They do it for us.


If you didn't do it for me, I wouldn't go. No one likes to patron fast-food restaurants where the workers are there for themselves.


Je Mange . . . .


My joy. Precious hamburger, you melt into my mouth in greasy cheese and burger and bread and grease. Warm to the tongue, you slide on it through my inner neck-hole into my stomach-pouch. I bleat for your divine fresh meat, delectable and fresh potatoes, and your standard carbonated soda in non-standardly standard drink cup.


I am not worthy of salvation, but I am saved.


In case you forgot, a reminder.


Only since 1948 has In-N-Out served the patrons on the West Coast their quality fast food offerings.


One could order secret items . . . ones not listed on the menu. You can be satisfied, x5.


http://www.topsecretrecipes.com/sleuth/sleuth2a.htm


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[User Picture]From: mizcrank
2004-03-10 03:39 am (UTC)
ah, i miss their burgers and shakes.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-03-10 03:43 am (UTC)
I didn't know about half of the secret items and orders listed at the link as such from topsecretrecipes.com.

The first time I ate at In-N-Out, I had two 5x5s in one sitting.

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From: jetpropel
2004-03-10 05:37 am (UTC)
louisville as it's share of local fast food chains as well. my favorite is dizzy wiz, where you can chomp down on the delicious wizz burger. and have breakfast served at all hours.

i have never ate at dizzy wiz....the restaurant has a class D rating.

and of course myself being a chargers fan, enjoy the finer things in life.......
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-03-10 05:38 am (UTC)
Louisville, Kentucky, has the A-D food quality ratings like Los Angeles does?
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From: jetpropel
2004-03-10 05:42 am (UTC)
and by the way, why are you eating at in and out, besides the the big lebowski tie in?

you have such restaurants as el pollo loco and del taco(don't they serve fries with their tacos?).
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-03-10 05:49 am (UTC)

Los Angeles Cuisine.

I've been tempted by El Pollo Loco and Koo Koo Roo.

I've dined on fine Jack in the Box.

As you can see, my preference for In N Out is sublime.

I enjoy a good supermarket sushi plate from Ralph's from time to time.

Of course, there are the millions of local independent restaurants around town.

I think I've been a patron at the Formosa Cafe, though that memory is fuzzy.

Not to digress far from the topic, I've ate at Carl's Jr. inside Edison's Angels place of baseball business.

I've even once feasted upon a monster cut of beef at Lawry's.

However, Del Taco is like Taco Bell, and neither are quite as good as Jose Ole Chicken Cheese Chimichangas, so yum, so quick, so right in my freezer.

That and Tyson Chicken Nuggets (both bought from Ralph's) have been the latest food fixation.
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From: pernod
2004-03-10 07:31 am (UTC)
title or description

now i know how this record got it's name.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-03-10 08:25 am (UTC)
I'm glad to connect the outer-fringe entanglements for you, unknowingly, at that!
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[User Picture]From: anthrogeek
2004-03-10 08:58 am (UTC)
yupper. in-n-out rocks the hasbaugh!
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-03-10 09:00 am (UTC)
Oh my, I just can't get enough.

Stack their stuff up to a Jack In The Box, or a McD's, there's no comparison, especially since the amount of food you get is just about the same.

The price is a lil' cheaper, if not the same, and the food is sooooooooooo fresh, it's unreal.
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[User Picture]From: so_gracefully
2004-03-10 09:06 am (UTC)
ah, but no pictures of the bible verse number things!

i appreciate being able to get a grilled cheese at in-n-out, because almost no other fast-food places have grilled cheese (i can think of one, but only one). veggie burgers occasionally, but i'm too afraid that they'll secretly give me meat.
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[User Picture]From: longlivepeach
2004-03-10 10:51 am (UTC)
"ah, but no pictures of the bible verse number things!"
yeah! i was looking for those in these pictures, too!

if i were to order a grilled cheese from in'n'out, i'd feel like i do when i order a burger at a mexican restaurant.
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[User Picture]From: kerrykate
2004-03-10 10:52 am (UTC)
tee hee.. have you been to pinks or canters yet?
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-03-11 12:56 am (UTC)
Oh I loved Pink's.

My friend took me there the very first time I visited back in 2000.

I'm pretty sure I've been to Canter's too . . . also back in 2000. That memory was a little hurried, since I think it was one of the last places we went before I had to get to LAX.

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[User Picture]From: renazle_dazzle
2004-03-10 11:16 am (UTC)
I keep hearing of this place but I have never been. Of course I live in colorado, and have never been to California. Damn you Sauce,for Tempting me to eat beef! I know when I head out to LA to visit my friend I will end up eating there. It is because you were the 3rd person to tell me about this place and 3rd time is always a charm!
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-03-11 01:00 am (UTC)

Temptation . . .

Hey!

Don't go breaking back into meat because I tempted you.

I'm not the devil or anything.

:D
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[User Picture]From: lordjunon
2004-03-10 03:37 pm (UTC)
mmmm. Beef. Big tasty hamburger with about 4 diffrent spices. Tasty.
Chris
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-03-11 01:06 am (UTC)
Oh yes, you hit it on the head.

So tasty, I can literally conjure up the taste in my mouth from memory.

I do love their food so.

I just hope they aren't making it out of humans, as a friend suggested, Soylent Green.
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[User Picture]From: wrin
2004-03-10 08:34 pm (UTC)

Canadian Ignorance

Want to know what's sick?

...

For the longest time, I thought that in-n-out was a joke. (In one end, out the other, like.)
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-03-11 01:09 am (UTC)

Re: Canadian Ignorance

Oh you know it!

I was like "WTF?" when people mentioned it.

I also remember Jack in the Box being a disease-ridden low quality food place from back home in Michigan, when they pulled out of the state in the wake of the horrible food poisoning deaths back around 20 or so years ago.

Well, Jack in the Box isn't much different in terms of low quality, but then again, McDonald's is like the exact same.
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[User Picture]From: hexhive99
2004-03-12 12:27 pm (UTC)
Never tried it. Although it isn't hard to beat McDonalds, *yuck*.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-03-13 04:09 am (UTC)
Yeah, it isn't hard for sure to beat Mickey D's.

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