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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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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)
a big bold green letter for quality
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-03-10 05:52 am (UTC)

On Food Establishment Grades.

The actual letters change weekly and are displayed in every place of business with edible offerings here in Los Angeles.

I waited until a local Korean place kicked up their health levels to A before I went to eat some of their food.

When a place gets a C rating, that's kind of a confusing situation. However, if it kicks back up to A, I don't hold the previous C against them.

What I wished . . . back in Michigan, there is no such system. One has absolutely no idea to know and little way to find out if the shwanky downtown restaurant has been written up for maggots in the spaghetti.
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From: jetpropel
2004-03-10 07:25 am (UTC)

Re: On Food Establishment Grades.

korean restaurant?!?!

the food of my "homeland" as many suburbanites would like to coin it.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-03-10 08:24 am (UTC)

Re: On Food Establishment Grades.

Oh, the spicy chicken was divine the first time I ordered from this nearby place.

I live in the homeland section of your Los Angeles area. I'm right on top of Koreatown.

I would have tried the octopus on the menu, but two weeks ago before the A rating, it had a C rating.

I'm guessing they finally threw out their old stock and started fresh.
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From: jetpropel
2004-03-10 09:43 am (UTC)

Re: On Food Establishment Grades.

octopus is good, as long as it is boiled.

if it's fried...you really don't get the "taste of the sea" that everyone raves about.
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[User Picture]From: sauce1977
2004-03-11 12:51 am (UTC)

Re: On Food Establishment Grades.

Good to know!

Actually, I think I've had fried octopus before, though I can't remember.

It must not have been very good if I can't remember the taste of it.
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