BergBROG 
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Re: “I am a racist and proud of it

Inane and ignorant . . .and truly neither witty nor low-gutter funny. rhb

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Posted by BergBROG on June 27, 2013 at 12:54 PM

Re: “Crust's wood-fired oven turns out a great pepperoni pie

"...just sort of plain and mild and so much more boring than you thought it was going to be.... inoffensively mild ."

Kraft Foods created an empire based on the above tasteless principle. I - as do you- think that such is a true negative, but most people do not. Sigh . . . rhb

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Posted by BergBROG on June 6, 2013 at 11:56 AM

Re: “Charleston cooks go head-to-head in Food Court Wars on Thursday

Like watching The Mets play The Astros. rhb

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Posted by BergBROG on June 6, 2013 at 11:51 AM

Re: “3 Matadors ready for West Ashley

Booze and tacos . . .how commonplace - even if good - and uninteresting. The cuisine of Mexico deserves far better than this shtick.

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Posted by BergBROG on May 30, 2013 at 12:21 PM

Re: “From Heirloom Books to Básico

Ms Cohen . . . if you want to spotlight a new, interesting albeit low-ambience eatery, check out the new NY-style outdoor hot dog stand - a REAL NY stand (I know, I lived there for 60 years) . . .featuring Sabrett doggies, authentic NYC paprika onions, and a whole bunch of stand-like yummies. It can be found on Rivers Avenue, in the Cycle World parking lot (I think that's 4606 Rivers) . . .(I think the stand will not be there the week of May 12th . . .) A big woof-woof for these authentic NY doggies . . . RHB

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Posted by BergBROG on May 10, 2013 at 5:20 AM

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