Dunder Head At DD

by Joanne on December 26, 2008

First let me say – we had a WONDERFUL Christmas.  We are so fortunate in many ways and very grateful for our blessings.

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just a sample

This was a sample of Seafood Imperial from Murrells Inlet Seafood. Fantastic. Loaded with seafood and red sweet peppers. I would have purchased some but we had the Seafood Quiche, about 4 lbs of salmon, and stuffed shrimp. So much more than we needed for four.

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This is Mocha trying to help open a basket of goodies from friends.

 

 

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This was my overloaded Christmas Eve plate: Seafood Quiche with Mango Honey Mustard Glaze, Stuffed Salmon, Oven Roasted Vegetables, Crab Stuffed Shrimp.  Everything I love!

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Again, Mocha trying to be good. Shane was on the move and missed a picture opportunity.

 

 

Christmas Day – 75 Degrees

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Shane and me on the Pawleys Island Beach, Christmas Day – also my dad’s birthday.

On the Road Again

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Friday morning, it’s on the road to the north and the cold.  This was a roady breakfast. Too sweet but filling enough for a road breakfast.

 

 

Our stop for lunch was at a Duncan Donuts – hence the title … Dunder Head at DD. Ted and I ordered the Egg White Flatbread sandwich.  Mine, the Veggie and his, the Turkey Sausage.  The server confirmed after I asked …”yes, I labeled each one”.  Well – after  few bites, SHE LABELLED THEM INCORRECTLY!  You can’t know how absolutely nauseating eating meat sausage is to someone who is a vegetarian!  I felt ill. I am STILL upset about it and intend to write to Duncan Donuts. That was simple incompetence. 

After a long day of driving, we stopped in Frackville, PA.  Hungry as all get out, we went down the road to “Original Italian Pizza – fine italian cuisine”.  “O.I.P”  to locals.  The place had no more atmosphere than a take out pizza place, but the food…OMG – it was SO good!  We began with a Cab and a Chard. Not the best, but any wine would’ve tasted good at that time.

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The salad had more dark green in it than other salads. But I’ve got to say, the infused olive oil, was the best ever. They change it every 2 -3 days (State law), it is infused with Rosemary, Garlic, and Sundried Tomato.  I’ve GOT to try it at home.

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My dinner was Chef’s Haddock, baked with a crab cake (good cc – I could see great big chunks of good quality crab rather than getting a bunch of bread crumbs and other stuff), side of grilled asparagus. It should have come with Hollandaise sauce but I asked them to leave it off.  

So, although there is snow outside and the weather is frigid, there are some benefits to heading home.

Good night.

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