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olive garden bread sticks are fricken amazing I think I ate all but 3 tonight out of 6 baskets lol. I wish u could go there and just get bread sticks there so good. I know there's a few of u out there who have a weakness for these things

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If you want bread you can't beat Red Lobster cheddar bay biscuits OR biscuits from Popeyes Chicken

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If you want bread you can't beat Red Lobster cheddar bay biscuits OR biscuits from Popeyes Chicken

This.

By far the best biscuits i've had.

Also; side note. I accidently hit the -1 instead of the +1. Sorry sad.gif Mods is there a way to reverse it?

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I think I read somewhere that there is like 150 calories in a single Olive Garden breakstick? I'm not a huge health nut but knowing I can sit down and eat 2000 in 10 breadsticks, which wouldn't be unusual for me if I get the soup,salad, and breadsticks, I haven't been back because of that. I do love the chedder bay biscuits too! Why does everything so bad for you have to taste so good?! :(

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Hold on, guys.

Have you tried the bread from Bass Pro Shops Islamorada Fish Company?

It is out of this world.

The one in Richmond (Ashland) is excellent and my wife likes to go there which is a vote of confidence in the operation. :)

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Bread is my weakness I love bread every time I go to the inlaws for dinner my father inlaw buys a big loaf of fresh french bread I polish off 3/4s of the loaf myself with butter I fill up on bread then never eat much of my main meal haha. The bread at outback steak house is good as hell to then there blooming onion oh so good

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do you want the recipe to the Red Lobster biscuits??????? :tongue3:

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don't get me wrong, I LOVE the bread sticks from the olive garden...but...

they seem a little...fake don't they? Its probably the weirdest consistency in bread ever. its like a sponge or something....either way. its good.

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Bread is my weakness I love bread every time I go to the inlaws for dinner my father inlaw buys a big loaf of fresh french bread I polish off 3/4s of the loaf myself with butter I fill up on bread then never eat much of my main meal haha. The bread at outback steak house is good as hell to then there blooming onion oh so good

Bread is my weakness also, which is bad considering that I'm a type 1 diabetic. :unsure:

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I'm the only one in my family with out diabetes every one has it in some form but me I should be more careful but I'm not and with all the bread I eat I should be as big as a house but I'm not I was 205 a few weeks ago I'm triming down now that I'm out fishing and running up and down the rock quarry hills getting ready for deployment to afghanistan

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Bread is my biggest weakness.

But the best "bread" I ever had was a hot donut.

There is a little shop down here that makes homemade fresh donuts everyday.

I got lucky enough to get them right out of the oven hot and freshly dipped.I had 12 of them in like a minute:(

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Ladies and gentleman, go to Texas Roadhouse.

I can think of several things that blow those things out of the water

1. Hot and ready Krispy Kremes.

2. Olive Garden Bread sticks

3. Panara bread french bread

4. fresh out of the oven panara bagels

That is just a couple.

-gk

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I can think of several things that blow those things out of the water

1. Hot and ready Krispy Kremes.

2. Olive Garden Bread sticks

3. Panara bread french bread

4. fresh out of the oven panara bagels

That is just a couple.

-gk

Those aren't real bagels.........not even made the way a proper bagel is, nothing but bread dough. The same can be said for Dunkin Donuts, Einstein's or any other place that doesn't boil them in water first, then bake. The key to bagels and other bread items is the water purity, the best come from Chicago, Detroit and Cleveland, NYC is just so- so, Florida bagels stink, haven't had a decent bagel or kaiser roll since I left Detroit.

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Ladies and gentleman, go to Texas Roadhouse.

I think Texas Roadhouse is more about that butter than the rolls, I'd buy that butter by the tub if they sold it!

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Those aren't real bagels.........not even made the way a proper bagel is, nothing but bread dough. The same can be said for Dunkin Donuts, Einstein's or any other place that doesn't boil them in water first, then bake. The key to bagels and other bread items is the water purity, the best come from Chicago, Detroit and Cleveland, NYC is just so- so, Florida bagels stink, haven't had a decent bagel or kaiser roll since I left Detroit.

When I think of water purity, none of those cities come to mind.

My wife bakes home made bread. It is the best, usually all natural, and fresh out of the oven.

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I think what Snook meant was not so much water 'purity', but what makes up the water itself. For example, New York's water has a unique mineral concentration. You could duplicate a New York bread or bagel recipe to the letter in another state and not get the same result. Altitude also has an affect on baked goods. That's why when I travel, I don't buy "Philly" cheesesteaks or hoagies because the bread is never up to par. Not that it's 'bad' bread, just not what I'm used to.

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If I ate that bread at Texas Roadhouse all the time, I would be huge. HUGE.

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Baked goods in general is a weakness. There is a place called East Detroit Bakery, and they have THE BEST everything. It's about a 45 min trip from my house, but if I'm in the area, I stop in. Apple firtters are just a party im your mouth.

Also, where I work, we got these garlic rolls. Whenever they come fresh out of the oven, I make sure to nab one!

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Bilgerat maybe right purity was not the best choice of words. This I do know, Great Lakes water makes wonderful baked goods, the ethnic bakeries up there make goods that I've never tasted anywhere else. Growing up in Detroit bottled water was never a thought until we visited other areas of the country. Just basing that on the taste itself, not the content, Florida water tastes like sheeeeetttt.

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I'm headed up to the great lakes (Chicago,Indianapolis, Cleveland) this October. I will definitely look for some ethnic bakeries and give them a try. The mineral content certainly affects the flavors and textures. I will try to pay more attention to the breads in the future. I have traveled quite extensively (nationally, Russia, Europe)and some areas do have a higher mineral content. It is not really appealing to me as far as water goes. I guess it comes down to what you are used too.

Being from south Florida, the swamp water here when purified, tastes pretty good to me.

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