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 Post subject: Re: Lollygram - Describe Your Perfect Baked Potato
New postPosted: November 10th, 2017, 10:56 pm 
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Ben, you've done caused me to go off on a rewind of my on. This one only goes back a few hours.

Funny how you mentioned Mike Anderson's in Baton Rouge. I actually went there tonight for the first time EVER. Me and my last 2 college roommates met there tonight for dinner. The 3 of us haven't been in the same place since college 31 years ago! We had a lot of fun. Brent's wife used to be very quiet and shy back in the day but now she is the exact opposite!

Anyhoo, I didn't get the potato that you loath so much! I had red beans as my side to the crab au gratin. Not bad, not bad.


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 Post subject: Re: Lollygram - Describe Your Perfect Baked Potato
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Talk about irony, tigersbh!!!!!!!!!!!...Some, quite, :( :( :( sad: This past Tuesday morning, We laid to rest Our Aintee Sharon's hubby, a native of Baton Rouge, and whose father was born in New Roads.

Just yestiddy evening, I had me a baked potato, and, once again, thought of Mike Anderson's! BTW: Isn't/wasn't that BR location in a hotel.....- seems it might've been a Holiday Inn.....?!?


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Sorry for the delay, I had a cochon de lait to watch!!

Sorry for your recent loss. That's never easy, I know.

There is a Captain Anderson's (basically the same thing as Mike Anderson's) in the Holiday Inn in Gonzales. The Mike Anderson's in Baton Rouge is a standalone building on West Lee Drive between Nicholson and Bluebonnet.

Now that I think about it (aka, rewind!), I did have red beans and jambalaya at the Mike Anderson's in the Riverwalk about 20 years ago!


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