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Offline Obadiah Jib

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Re: Food at Bristol. What's good?
« Reply #15 on: July 07, 2008, 10:36:12 PM »
I agree with the Tempura.  It is a great deal for the amount you get (enough to share!).  I like the fried cheese balls (I can't think of what they call them).  Corn on the cob is cheap (for a fest).
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Re: Food at Bristol. What's good?
« Reply #16 on: July 08, 2008, 07:27:15 PM »
My husband, son -- who came with us to faire for the first time in 3 years -- and I ate the portobello & cheese banger.  Even me, who doesn't eat meat!

It was really, really good.  Get it with everything on it.  In the vicinity of the Fountain Stage and the Town Square Pub, sort of near the entrance.  I think it's next to a garlic mushroom stand.



See?  SEE?  It's just that good!   ;D

Well, DB, I knew I was going to try them after reading about them, and when I told Steve what you said about them, he decided he had to have one, too.  Then Matt saw them and they looked good to him, too.  We decided that is one of the best foods we've eaten there.  Just think, we'll be there a total of 7 times this season, so I guess we'll eat a lot of brats!

Also, Matt bought some Veggie Tempura just before Jock Stewart and the Tinker's show, so Steve and I had a taste while watching the show.  Steve and I never eat fried stuff, but it was good.  Don't think we could eat a whole portion, though, but a 23 year old sure could!
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Re: Food at Bristol. What's good?
« Reply #17 on: July 08, 2008, 07:48:13 PM »
CHEESE FRITTERS!!!!!

I also love the bangers and most of the stuff at the Bakery.  Their apple pie is to die for, and best a la mode.  Cheesecake on a stick also is amazing.

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« Reply #18 on: July 09, 2008, 01:20:09 AM »
My husband, son -- who came with us to faire for the first time in 3 years -- and I ate the portobello & cheese banger.  Even me, who doesn't eat meat!

It was really, really good.  Get it with everything on it.  In the vicinity of the Fountain Stage and the Town Square Pub, sort of near the entrance.  I think it's next to a garlic mushroom stand.



See?  SEE?  It's just that good!   ;D

Well, DB, I knew I was going to try them after reading about them, and when I told Steve what you said about them, he decided he had to have one, too.  Then Matt saw them and they looked good to him, too.  We decided that is one of the best foods we've eaten there.  Just think, we'll be there a total of 7 times this season, so I guess we'll eat a lot of brats!

Also, Matt bought some Veggie Tempura just before Jock Stewart and the Tinker's show, so Steve and I had a taste while watching the show.  Steve and I never eat fried stuff, but it was good.  Don't think we could eat a whole portion, though, but a 23 year old sure could!

   The Ice Cream crepes are amazinig! They're right next to the Tempura shop. If you have Bratts try the Italian sausage there too.

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Re: Food at Bristol. What's good?
« Reply #19 on: July 09, 2008, 06:02:37 AM »
My husband, son -- who came with us to faire for the first time in 3 years -- and I ate the portobello & cheese banger.  Even me, who doesn't eat meat!

It was really, really good.  Get it with everything on it.  In the vicinity of the Fountain Stage and the Town Square Pub, sort of near the entrance.  I think it's next to a garlic mushroom stand.



See?  SEE?  It's just that good!   ;D

Well, DB, I knew I was going to try them after reading about them, and when I told Steve what you said about them, he decided he had to have one, too.  Then Matt saw them and they looked good to him, too.  We decided that is one of the best foods we've eaten there.  Just think, we'll be there a total of 7 times this season, so I guess we'll eat a lot of brats!

Also, Matt bought some Veggie Tempura just before Jock Stewart and the Tinker's show, so Steve and I had a taste while watching the show.  Steve and I never eat fried stuff, but it was good.  Don't think we could eat a whole portion, though, but a 23 year old sure could!

   The Ice Cream crepes are amazinig! They're right next to the Tempura shop. If you have Bratts try the Italian sausage there too.

different brat booth, the ones lady renee is speaking of is the on just inside the gate to the right, they just carry bangers (brats) and portabella sandwiches right next to the garlic mushrooms
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Re: Food at Bristol. What's good?
« Reply #20 on: July 09, 2008, 10:26:32 AM »
db, what is neat is if ya ever get back here and ya wanna take some of them things home just stop on 50 heading back towardw lake geneva at the lake geneva meat market and get em, that is where they get theirs from also at that same market they have others at that just awsome!


Is it the mushroom place on 50? if so I am going to have to stop since I go right past it they are awesome
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Re: Food at Bristol. What's good?
« Reply #21 on: July 09, 2008, 10:33:30 AM »
amanda, the mushroom place is another shop on 50, have been there too, lots of samples, no the brat seller is just outside lake geneva heading to bristol on the right side of the road up a driveway on the hill, it is called LAKE GENEVA MEAT MARKET, they usually have samples of quite a few of the kinds of brats that they sell,
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Food at Bristol. What's good?
« Reply #22 on: July 09, 2008, 10:37:43 AM »
Lake Geneva Country Meats
5907 State Road 50 East
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin 53147

ph: 262.248.3339   

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Monday - Friday 8:00 am - 5 pm
Saturday: 8:00 - 3:00 pm
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« Reply #23 on: July 09, 2008, 12:14:45 PM »
   Yeah Wildthing, I know of the Bangers, I worked over at Wax hands and Managed Tails upon Tails, the bosses were "paticular" shall we say, about the bangers, heh. I was pointing out the Italian Sausge is great too.

  There was one item I liked called a Cornish dog. It was polish sausage wrapped in a bread LIKE a corndog but it's not a corn dog.

  Keep in mind I DREW the 1999 Bristol Travler's Mappe ALL 150+ building fronts, I know Bristol even with all the changes since I moved to Arkansas. I go to see my kids up there at X-Mas and also visit Bristol. :D
  I know SEVERAL people at Bristol that are like family to me, which is why I'm building the 3D buildings too, one day I plan on having a 3D Bristol on Google earth that is if I can figure out how to cut down the polygons used in trees.

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Re: Food at Bristol. What's good?
« Reply #24 on: July 09, 2008, 01:07:26 PM »
I sampled the cheese fritters. They were yummy. The iced cappachinos hit the spot.  Late in the day I enjoy one of the frozen sorbet fruits. They were down to only pineapple and coconut late on Sunday. The pineapple was good.

I really miss the mushrooms and eggs. My Bristol routine was scrapped last season after discovering the mushroom gazebo no longer offered the scrambled eggs and mushroom combo. It was a perfect way to start the day. I'd coffee up as usual while waking up and dressing and then head to gate, knowing I'd have protein waiting for me as I listened to the music and checked out the schedule for the day.

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« Reply #25 on: July 10, 2008, 03:54:35 AM »
 HEH too bad you don't work at Bristol. The Lion's Head across from the royal kitchens serves breakfast before opening.....WONDERFUL WONDERFUL omlettes, Pancakes, Bacon, Sausage yummmmmm.

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Re: Food at Bristol. What's good?
« Reply #26 on: July 11, 2008, 09:03:15 AM »
They have food?  I thought they just had beer, ale, and mead!!!  Anyone have the best way to sneak in rum?

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Re: Food at Bristol. What's good?
« Reply #27 on: July 11, 2008, 10:10:58 AM »
Don't.  Security will be on you like white on rice.  Even bringing it into the parking lot is Verboten!

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« Reply #28 on: July 11, 2008, 08:08:16 PM »
They have food?  I thought they just had beer, ale, and mead!!!  Anyone have the best way to sneak in rum?
  Lions Head had Coffee all day long. LOVED thier ICED Coffee! heh funny thing I can't remeber what else the Lion's head served DURING the day but BEFORE opening they had breakfast there for employees.

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Re: Food at Bristol. What's good?
« Reply #29 on: July 12, 2008, 07:22:26 PM »
I must say that the beef stew in a bread bowl was extremely nummy. I'm usually very picky about the meat I eat and I ate all of it without a second thought.

 

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