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I was in Jackson, Mississippi in August, and was told to try the 'Julep' restaurant. By recommendation of several people, I ordered:

appetizer: Crawfish egg rolls
main course: shrimp & smoked gouda grits
dessert: fresh strawberry cake

Oh, throw me in a well and call for Lassie - what a fabulous meal! Hands down the best meal I had this year!!!!!!!!!
 

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The best so far was at a Hyatt hotel next to the Tennessee airport. I've heard people say they've had steak that "melts in your mouth" but I never had one until I had the Filet Mignon there. I wish I could remember the name of that restaurant. They also had a Asian crayfish egg roll with a dipping sauce that was out of this world. :drool:
 

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10kpharo said:
I was in Jackson, Mississippi in August, and was told to try the 'Julep' restaurant. By recommendation of several people, I ordered:

appetizer: Crawfish egg rolls
main course: shrimp & smoked gouda grits
dessert: fresh strawberry cake

Oh, throw me in a well and call for Lassie - what a fabulous meal! Hands down the best meal I had this year!!!!!!!!!
My second most memorable meal was also in Mississippi - "Doe's", about 25 years ago -
http://www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurant_R ... sippi.html

Had the "medium" steak (I think it was 2-1/2 pounds), you picked your slab from the tray the waiter brought over, served family-style with all of the side dishes in the middle of the table. I remember coming in through the kitchen.

However, the MOST memorable meal also included crawfish - local bar in Baton Rouge -

Crawfish prepared 4-ways over rice -
boiled - broiled - Cajuned - Creoled. For prowlie to not finish dinner really says something!

Now for my WORST recent meal - Buffalo ribeye, and it cost a fortune.

I don't blame the buffalo. I tasted Mrs. prowlie's conventional, cow-based ribeye and it tasted the same - I just believe that they expect the buffalo to be "gamey" and they overseasoned it to cover up. If it had been if prepared conventionally it probably would have been fine.

Oh, well, prowlie-Jr likes the place and we're probably going there this weekend to celebrate . . . .

MRS. PROWLIE-JR PASSED THE BAR - WOOOHOOO! LOOOooooong road, it's done. She's now OFFICIALLY a [fill in the blank, she doesn't mind the jokes].
 

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Has to be the Shrimp San Francisco at California Dreaming. Went there in Myrtle Beach, SC but normally we go to the one in Charleston. Shrimp, sauteed with mushrooms, garlic, and white wine sauce, served over angel hair pasta, mmmm. :thumb: Just love the one in Charleston, and very much looking forward to going there in December. Even the house salad, served with the entree is to die for. Loaded and served with a hot honey butter croissant. For dessert, we usually split a piece of cheescake. The best piece of cheescake that I have ever had !! :drool: Also, love the atmosphere at the one in Charleston. Beautiful view, overlooking the Ashley River. :)
 
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