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matthew kabbash
Attended French Culinary Institute
Lives in Denver, CO
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This will be our first Sunday Ride event of the season. We plan to meet on April 19th at the Butcher Block Cafe at 8:00 A.M. for breakfast. We begin the ride at 9:00 A.M. This is a familiar route to many of you and for those who are not familiar with it, you should join us for this awesome experience! Please RSVP mattk@ericomotorsports.com 
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Beer thirty yet? 
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TICK TOCK ALMOST TIME TO CLOCK 
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VERY NICE
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Ouch.. there goes my Sunday 
National Weather Service - Active until Apr 18, 2015 6:00 AM MDT. Posted Apr 15, 2015 9:30 PM MDT. Affects: Jefferson and West Douglas Counties Above 6000 Feet, Gilpin, Clear Creek, Northeast Park Counties Below 9000 Feet; Larimer and Boulder Counties Between 6000 and 9000 Feet; South and East Jackson, Larimer, North and Northeast Grand, Northwest Boulder...
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nice and clean
 
AFT Customs CB836 Honda Streetfighter
AFT Customs took a CB750 and transformed it into this wicked Honda Streetfighter, bumping up performance with a Wiseco big bore kit and the front end off an R1 superbike.

http://www.motorcycle-usa.com/294/19492/Motorcycle-Article/AFT-Customs-CB836-Honda-Streetfighter.aspx
#Custom   #Honda   #CB836  
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  • French Culinary Institute
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#bulldog, #VFR, #BMWR1100RT
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I love my wife Melissa, Bulldog Lilly and our BMW R1100RT and Honda VFR
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Denver, CO
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wisconsin - NYC - Aruba - alpharetta - greenwhich CT
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Took two hours for chicken wings and a hamburger that was cold. Was a slow Tuesday night and not a single manager on property. The lead was 20ish and was in way over her head. She did her best. You don't come here for the food but for the view. We watched as table after table was served. Of course when they got around to figuring out what was going on the food was on the fly and still cold. Major short comings with the front of the house back of the house communications. I was sorely dissapointed. The cafeteria is cheaper faster and hot.
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It looks nice from the inside. Maybe their "A" squad was absent the day I went for brunch. Where to start. I had the hanger steak. I love hanger for it "hangs" next to the liver and imparts a sweet flavor. There is only on hanger per cow. I digress lets start with the appetizer. I used to live in NOLA and love rifs on beignets. Maybe they didn't change the oil in the fryer that day or the mix was off for they came out very dark and the texture was more like a hush puppy than a beignets. On the menu it stated there was to be a pork product in it. I found a tiny piece in one out of the four. The crème fraîche with maple syrup was nice then again it is creme fraiche and comes in a package not much technique in that. My wife had the lamb merguez. It was good. Aromatic the grind was fine and the sausage had a good crisp snap. Her tomato soup that come with it was great probably the best dish which is funny because tomatoes are out of season. Back to the Hanger. Hangers are called the butchers cut because only the butcher would take it home. I mention this because it is typically an inexpensive cut. Restaurants like them because it is good for their food cost. So, this cut has a nerve line down the center and you remove it then you almost have two pieces (if you cut it all the way through). I mention this for portions. The size of hanger I got was about 1/4 of the cut itself which means they are three pieces left. I opted for the pepper crust med rare. No pepper and more med well. no pink. brandy sauce hmm. not so much. I asked for a side of hollandaise which came quick and was a pale-ish color-wondered if that was blender powdered mix. That aside. The fries are mentioned throughout the menu. Love me some Pomme Frits. I was excited to have this with my meal. Well that spud is not as large an Idaho but not nearly as small as a finger-linger. For my fries I got the dregs of the fryer basket. Oh sure there were a few longer ones in there but it was a disappointment to have the little nibs of the fryer basket on my dish. Not even Mc D does that. That should never happen. Granted the Fryer position on the line is not the best but take a little pride in your position. The service... the front of the house was great. TJ was super polite and the hosts attentive. I did not have to wait for a table. The silverware was spotted and the table a little dirty. My bellini was off.. No peach was to be found. The bathroom tap water is SUPER hot be forewarned. Would I go back? probably not for there are soo many other choices in boulder. Maybe it was an off day or new staff on the line but it was not all that. The price was reasonable maybe because the food cost is soo low. If you are a good cook and are a closeted foodie take a pass.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
I live close by so I maybe jaded but it is yummy
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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I am considering purchasing a new bike. Jordan a sales rep there was flawless in his approach. He developed a rapport with me easily and made me feel welcomed and comfortable. I am looking to trade in a bike while purchasing a new one. Jordan checked out my bike and gave me a fair quote for it. Jordan was instrumental in walking myself and my wife through the purchasing process as well as financing options. Ed the sales Manager was more than helpful in explaining the finer points and pairing my wife with Steve to go on a test ride. I look forward to finalizing the sale and riding with Faye. Oh almost forgot that espresso machine makes a great cup o Joe.
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Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Chris the service writer was polite and articulate.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
it is all you need if you are just punching holes in paper. do not expect to see people in matching uniforms trying to sell you gear or gun talk. just come and put rounds down range.
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago