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20 hours ago, BillHoo said:

The only fried chicken on the Room Service Menu is fried chicken wings that have an assortment of sauces - ie. BBQ, honey mustard, Buffalo, Teriyaki, etc.

Looks like I'm going to have to bring Old Bay .... Nothing beats Old Bay wings

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18 hours ago, DocLC said:

Good luck, but it seems to be MIA onboard of late. 

We found it in the Windjammer on embarkation day when we was on the Indy in October although we did have to ask where it was and it was in short supply so I hope they are not going to stop putting it out as I LOVE IT :17_heart_eyes: but you could be right DocLc as things always change if demand is not as high as it was. 

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14 hours ago, DAVE(Darkcabbie) said:

Being from across the big pond , what is Old Bay ? :5_smiley:

Old Bay is a mixture of spices .... First created in Baltimore.  It's most notably used in/on steamed Blue Crabs, Crab Cakes .... all the things a good Baltimore native should be masters at creating and consuming ....

As time progressed, we, Maryland natives especially, discovered its many other uses on different foods.... I think the most common that's not seafood related is fried chicken, chicken wings, etc.  In fact, the local Buffalo Wild Wings used a standard menu when they first opened until they discovered it was a Must Have for the local population (like myself)...

Personally, I love it on everything.  Macaroni & Cheese, Corn on the Cob, anything potato related - There's also a company just over the line in Pennsylvania, Herr Foods, that is the authorized user of Old Bay to put it on Potato Chips, Popcorn, Cheese Curls and a few other items (the Old Bay Popcorn is crazy good) ..... It also goes well in a Bloody Mary.  There's a local brewery that has created Old Bay Beer .....

I guess the only I haven't tried it on is Cheerios --- not quite there yet.

It used to be only sold regionally (I can recall sending cases of it to relatives in Florida & California..... but since McCormick bought them out, it's pretty much sold everywhere..... I'll even hear it mentioned on the Food Network .

Hope this helps,

Mark

 

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23 hours ago, DAVE(Darkcabbie) said:

Being from across the big pond , what is Old Bay ? :5_smiley:

 

9 hours ago, coneyraven said:

Old Bay is a mixture of spices .... First created in Baltimore.  It's most notably used in/on steamed Blue Crabs, Crab Cakes .... all the things a good Baltimore native should be masters at creating and consuming ....

As time progressed, we, Maryland natives especially, discovered its many other uses on different foods.... I think the most common that's not seafood related is fried chicken, chicken wings, etc.  In fact, the local Buffalo Wild Wings used a standard menu when they first opened until they discovered it was a Must Have for the local population (like myself)...

Personally, I love it on everything.  Macaroni & Cheese, Corn on the Cob, anything potato related - There's also a company just over the line in Pennsylvania, Herr Foods, that is the authorized user of Old Bay to put it on Potato Chips, Popcorn, Cheese Curls and a few other items (the Old Bay Popcorn is crazy good) ..... It also goes well in a Bloody Mary.  There's a local brewery that has created Old Bay Beer .....

I guess the only I haven't tried it on is Cheerios --- not quite there yet.

It used to be only sold regionally (I can recall sending cases of it to relatives in Florida & California..... but since McCormick bought them out, it's pretty much sold everywhere..... I'll even hear it mentioned on the Food Network .

Hope this helps,

Mark

 

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See Darkcabbie, I told you I was going to leave it to an expert!

Gravy on fries are half way to poutine, just add the cheese curds! Now you're talking! YUM!

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18 hours ago, coneyraven said:

We put gravy on fries here too..... it is AWESOME!!!!!

 

Yours maybe as correct me if i am wrong but you have homestyle gravy which is thick so i guess that's ok with fries as you could dip it but mostly English gravy is thin and runny so it makes everything soggy :2_grimacing:.

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1 hour ago, FManke said:

They've kind of become a thing here in the states the last couple of years. Especially the combination of maple and bacon.

11:30 pm and I just read this. Heading to the kitchen for to get cooking, will be up late watching whatever is on tv. Thanks, FM, I know my wife will be chewy me out in the morning for the kitchen mess, but I can blame it on you!

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3 hours ago, rjac said:

11:30 pm and I just read this. Heading to the kitchen for to get cooking, will be up late watching whatever is on tv. Thanks, FM, I know my wife will be chewy me out in the morning for the kitchen mess, but I can blame it on you!

Look on the bright side at least you will die a full and happy man :6_smile:

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10 hours ago, rjac said:

11:30 pm and I just read this. Heading to the kitchen for to get cooking, will be up late watching whatever is on tv. Thanks, FM, I know my wife will be chewy me out in the morning for the kitchen mess, but I can blame it on you!

It wouldn't be the first time I've been blamed by a wife. Usually it's mine though. 

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