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Old 12-12-2012, 09:03 AM   #21 (permalink)
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Actually Yea....Keg is a pretty consistent place for a steak and there is one up there too. I do love the baseball steak, plus the keg is the only place that serves proper horse radish. Brings tears to your eyes... litterally.
Doesn't it just piss you off when some place advertises "hot" mustard or horseradish and it's just barely warm?

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PM your address, I ll send you the HOTTEST mustard, all natural.
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Doesn't it just piss you off when some place advertises "hot" mustard or horseradish and it's just barely warm?

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Completely....im a huge mustard fan and connoisseur. lol...i once ate a whole jar of Keens in one day. Love that stuff.
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Get the Calgary stampede brand horse radish. Best stuff!
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Man I'm getting hungry reading this thread. I'm a big fan of horseradish. The stronger the better. It doesn't go over well here in Chicago though. Usually when you ask for it at most places its weak. Usually means its old and lost its potency. The prime rib joints are the best places here to get fresh "burn your soul for eternity" horseradish.
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Man I'm getting hungry reading this thread. I'm a big fan of horseradish. The stronger the better. It doesn't go over well here in Chicago though. Usually when you ask for it at most places its weak. Usually means its old and lost its potency. The prime rib joints are the best places here to get fresh "burn your soul for eternity" horseradish.
I'm hungry...having grown up in the midwest, i.e., nebraska and eating cornfed stakes on the farm that the butcher did up....I have not had a proper stake since 1989 and moving to the pnw. Besides the farm...chi, kc, omaha are stake places...pnw is not stake PEROID. I'd recommend doing something different...like white salmon, oysters, crab, halibut, tuna and sushi....you won't get that in the midwest. I love a nice marbled crusty melt in your stake....but try some fresh seared crusty ahi and if you are supremely fortunate...white/albino salmon is not to be missed.
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I'm hungry...having grown up in the midwest, i.e., nebraska and eating cornfed stakes on the farm that the butcher did up....I have not had a proper stake since 1989 and moving to the pnw. Besides the farm...chi, kc, omaha are stake places...pnw is not stake PEROID. I'd recommend doing something different...like white salmon, oysters, crab, halibut, tuna and sushi....you won't get that in the midwest. I love a nice marbled crusty melt in your stake....but try some fresh seared crusty ahi and if you are supremely fortunate...white/albino salmon is not to be missed.
The seafood idea sounds good too. Any good seafood and/or sushi in Whistler or should I save that for Vancouver?
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^^^ Guy went to a rub and tugs but was too creepy even for the rub and tug girls, so no happy ending was offered...



lol that would be pretty harsh to get denied by a RT girl. Wasn't the case tho because no one in the group got offered anything. And a rub/tug would last about a second in whistler village before RC's come a knockin.
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The seafood idea sounds good too. Any good seafood and/or sushi in Whistler or should I save that for Vancouver?
2nd try at recommending the Rim Rock; it's whistler's signature restaurant, has great seafood, and it's local cuise unlike the steakhouses which are chains.

The sushi at whistler is good, not too pricey, but not as good as you'd find in vancouver if you went to one of the better places in Van. If you're going big on every meal I'd skip the sushi and eat at the fairmont the night after the rim rock, but it's not a bad choice for medium priced. A drink at the Mallard room in the Fairmont is a must do, it's a gorgeous setting.

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2nd try at recommending the Rim Rock; it's whistler's signature restaurant, has great seafood, and it's local cuise unlike the steakhouses which are chains.

The sushi at whistler is good, not too pricey, but not as good as you'd find in vancouver if you went to one of the better places in Van. If you're going big on every meal I'd skip the sushi and eat at the fairmont the night after the rim rock, but it's not a bad choice for medium priced. A drink at the Mallard room in the Fairmont is a must do, it's a gorgeous setting.
Thanks for the suggestion. I'll definitely hit up Rim Rock. The menu looks good.
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