Boo Hoo...crab cakes off the menu LTT

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  1. crate1

    crate1 Earning My Ears

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    The crab cakes (which we loved) have been replaced by crab and spinach dip. It was ok, but miss the cakes with the succotash relish. YUM!
     
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  3. Liz&Griff'smom

    Liz&Griff'smom Mouseketeer

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    The crabcake appetizer was the main reason we went to LTT. We were just talking about them last night. We always do the DPP, but gladly pay oop for crabcakes. :sad1:
     
  4. minniebeth

    minniebeth <font color=green>I count on y'all to keep me up t

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    Wow. Talk about scaling back one item at a time! Seems like all the little things that make each restaurant unique are disappearing...
    We really like the food at LTT for lunch and will be sad that the crab cakes are gone! :sad1:
     
  5. TheRustyScupper

    TheRustyScupper Just once, I want to see a liar's pants on fire.

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    1) But, not enough other people did.
    2) Most do not add an appy to the cost of DDP.
    3) Without a demand, me nu items are dropped.
     
  6. Joshua_me

    Joshua_me Today's Sustainable Fish

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    1) Rusty, many of us have often wondered
    2) Why your replies are always numerical in fashion
    3) It does give your responses a certain flair
    4) Perhaps that is why you do it.
    5) I too shall miss the crab cakes.
     
  7. Condorman

    Condorman & Laser Lady

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    Rusty uses the TTY system augmented for internet usage. This funnels all comments into an itemized response.
     
  8. TheRustyScupper

    TheRustyScupper Just once, I want to see a liar's pants on fire.

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    1) No.
    2) I write in short sentences at work, and it just carries over.
    3) Some call it the "Andy Rooney" style.
     
  9. MarieS

    MarieS DIS Veteran

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    Bummer! I was planning an ADR specifically for the crabcakes. We loved those!
     

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