Monday, September 15, 2008

The San-O Burger

Now not just for breakfast.

23 comments:

DIET FREAK said...

Dog Gone, Sydney Esq., you remember back when. Remember Tony's Market had their catering wagon report to San Onofre to sell their wares? Well, the SOSC BOD didn't like it, so they had his ass thrown out. He was selling that Wimpy style king kong burger for a paltry .99. The BOD voted a deluxe burger would cut intto bulky tee sales. Sydney, can you believe the greed?
I can, that's for sure.

DIET FREAK said...

Can you feel the love?

fats flannighan said...

Now even Lucy's is closed at Church so no food anywhere. Lucy's was great for a burito or taco's and beer. Who closed that down last month?

Anonymous said...

Well, Fats, did you not see the message to Murph about El Tepeyac in Boyle Heights. It's worth the 70 miles to chow down there. There is mo Mexi food in San Clemente. Period. End of report.

el senor granja said...

But, what about La Siesta on El Camino. My aunt says they're the best. Hows by you?

fats flannighan said...

there is great Mexican food at Cafe' del Sol on El Camino next to Rip Curl.

fecal matter said...

I used to work at the Cafe and Jose the cook had chronic diarreha. He took at least 15 explosive dumps each day and never washed his hands.

el senor granja said...

Fats, I've been fortunate to chow down at both places. You haven't. Go
the 70 miles. You will discover why there's no real Mexi restaraunt in your town. I'm from Simi Valley I should know. Does Casa de Sol serve you small green chili peppers. They're called chili guereros..

fats flannighan said...

Jesus'Christos, now San-O Daze has a food critic. Next we'll have a wine tasting columnist. Now that is a good topic. How about Thunderbird and Spanada' or Red Mountain Vin Rose? Any of you save your tasting notes?

toots mahoney said...

my delicate palate preferred

"Bali Hai" from Italian Swiss Colony.

Bee Kay said...

While the Thunderbird has an excellent bouquet with just a hint of apricot, the Spanada was chosen overall best. Nice fruity finish reminiscent of mango blossoms.

mogen david said...

I must beg to differ for I believe our top of the line Mad Dog 20-20 is excellent with all types of fast foods, especially Jack in the Box 2 for .99 Tacos.

fred sanford said...

Ripple

el senor granja said...

Does anyone know how to make Mogen David wine? Yep, squeeze his balls. You heard it here alright.

grady wilson said...

I like Fred Sanford's "Champipple",
Half Champagne and half Ripple!

Anonymous said...

Hey Fats, do you recall Project Umbrella by Christo way back when?


[anon']

fats flannighan said...

he was dat homo artist who hung and unfurled a thousand flags, right?

Anonymous said...

Fecal, maybe Jose the cook 'no hablo ingles'. With the food consumed, they figure chronic diarreah an every day occurance. Back in time we called it 'the Italian squirts'

halfwit said...

I adored Pagen Pink.

Anonymous said...

Hi everybody. Thanks for letting me check back in.
Halfwit, I, too, love Pagen Pink Ripple. My soul mate, Eric Shawn loves to join me at twilight on the sundeck with his frozen Grasshopper, a brandy Alexander back. Wow, could I tell you some sizzling stories.

Dr. Ralph said...

Sydney, my comment has little to do with your post. However, the Keeps Sundays babe of the day has one of the best looking skin colored skivvy snappers I have seen in a long time.

Anonymous said...

Yo, Dr.Ralph-O, you sure have a way with words, that's fer sure.

Anonymous said...

Hey doc: is this it?

http://www.uti.com/~thekeep/day_sunday/alice-037.jpg

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