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Old 11-07-2004, 05:06 AM
Genny
 
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Does anyone have any recipes from Eastside Mario's?
I am mainly interested in their (now defunct!! grrr) Chicken Marsala and
Hell's Kitchen Chicken, which is still on the menu.
If there is one in your town, make sure and try the Hell's Kitchen Chicken.
It is spicy, the best biggest thing on the menu, and comes with unlimited
salad, breadsticks, oven-roasted red potatoes, and steamed veggies
(artichokes, zuchinni, squash, peppers, broccoli, etc..).

Any replies appreciated, Thanks.




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Old 13-07-2004, 10:39 PM
Genny
 
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Default Eastside Mario's

I have already googled and there's nothing but a mention of Eastside in a
few blogs and 0 recipes to be found. ;(

Help!! and if you like Eastside Mario's, try the dishes I mentioned in my
first posting!

Thx,

G


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Genny wrote:
Does anyone have any recipes from Eastside Mario's?
I am mainly interested in their (now defunct!! grrr) Chicken Marsala and
Hell's Kitchen Chicken, which is still on the menu.
If there is one in your town, make sure and try the Hell's Kitchen

Chicken.
It is spicy, the best biggest thing on the menu, and comes with

unlimited
salad, breadsticks, oven-roasted red potatoes, and steamed veggies
(artichokes, zuchinni, squash, peppers, broccoli, etc..).


Any replies appreciated, Thanks.


Google is your friend. Try doing a web search for "east side mario's
recipes" to see what turns up.



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Old 22-07-2004, 06:38 AM
Genny
 
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Default Eastside Mario's

Wow, I can't believe noone has any comments.
Are there no Canadians here who love Eastside Mario's?


"Genny" wrote in message
...
I have already googled and there's nothing but a mention of Eastside in a
few blogs and 0 recipes to be found. ;(

Help!! and if you like Eastside Mario's, try the dishes I mentioned in my
first posting!

Thx,

G


wrote in message

...
Genny wrote:
Does anyone have any recipes from Eastside Mario's?
I am mainly interested in their (now defunct!! grrr) Chicken Marsala

and
Hell's Kitchen Chicken, which is still on the menu.
If there is one in your town, make sure and try the Hell's Kitchen

Chicken.
It is spicy, the best biggest thing on the menu, and comes with

unlimited
salad, breadsticks, oven-roasted red potatoes, and steamed veggies
(artichokes, zuchinni, squash, peppers, broccoli, etc..).


Any replies appreciated, Thanks.


Google is your friend. Try doing a web search for "east side mario's
recipes" to see what turns up.





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Old 22-07-2004, 06:38 AM
Genny
 
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Default Eastside Mario's

Wow, I can't believe noone has any comments.
Are there no Canadians here who love Eastside Mario's?


"Genny" wrote in message
...
I have already googled and there's nothing but a mention of Eastside in a
few blogs and 0 recipes to be found. ;(

Help!! and if you like Eastside Mario's, try the dishes I mentioned in my
first posting!

Thx,

G


wrote in message

...
Genny wrote:
Does anyone have any recipes from Eastside Mario's?
I am mainly interested in their (now defunct!! grrr) Chicken Marsala

and
Hell's Kitchen Chicken, which is still on the menu.
If there is one in your town, make sure and try the Hell's Kitchen

Chicken.
It is spicy, the best biggest thing on the menu, and comes with

unlimited
salad, breadsticks, oven-roasted red potatoes, and steamed veggies
(artichokes, zuchinni, squash, peppers, broccoli, etc..).


Any replies appreciated, Thanks.


Google is your friend. Try doing a web search for "east side mario's
recipes" to see what turns up.





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Old 29-07-2004, 12:04 AM
Rob
 
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Default Eastside Mario's

I believe it's a Canadian chain. I tried looking for a recipe a few months
ago - I love their home loafs.

"Genny" wrote in message
...
Wow, I can't believe noone has any comments.
Are there no Canadians here who love Eastside Mario's?


"Genny" wrote in message
...
I have already googled and there's nothing but a mention of Eastside in

a
few blogs and 0 recipes to be found. ;(

Help!! and if you like Eastside Mario's, try the dishes I mentioned in

my
first posting!

Thx,

G


wrote in message

...
Genny wrote:
Does anyone have any recipes from Eastside Mario's?
I am mainly interested in their (now defunct!! grrr) Chicken Marsala

and
Hell's Kitchen Chicken, which is still on the menu.
If there is one in your town, make sure and try the Hell's Kitchen

Chicken.
It is spicy, the best biggest thing on the menu, and comes with

unlimited
salad, breadsticks, oven-roasted red potatoes, and steamed veggies
(artichokes, zuchinni, squash, peppers, broccoli, etc..).

Any replies appreciated, Thanks.

Google is your friend. Try doing a web search for "east side mario's
recipes" to see what turns up.









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Old 29-07-2004, 12:04 AM
Rob
 
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Default Eastside Mario's

I believe it's a Canadian chain. I tried looking for a recipe a few months
ago - I love their home loafs.

"Genny" wrote in message
...
Wow, I can't believe noone has any comments.
Are there no Canadians here who love Eastside Mario's?


"Genny" wrote in message
...
I have already googled and there's nothing but a mention of Eastside in

a
few blogs and 0 recipes to be found. ;(

Help!! and if you like Eastside Mario's, try the dishes I mentioned in

my
first posting!

Thx,

G


wrote in message

...
Genny wrote:
Does anyone have any recipes from Eastside Mario's?
I am mainly interested in their (now defunct!! grrr) Chicken Marsala

and
Hell's Kitchen Chicken, which is still on the menu.
If there is one in your town, make sure and try the Hell's Kitchen

Chicken.
It is spicy, the best biggest thing on the menu, and comes with

unlimited
salad, breadsticks, oven-roasted red potatoes, and steamed veggies
(artichokes, zuchinni, squash, peppers, broccoli, etc..).

Any replies appreciated, Thanks.

Google is your friend. Try doing a web search for "east side mario's
recipes" to see what turns up.







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Old 31-07-2004, 04:10 AM
Genny
 
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Default Eastside Mario's

California, Michigan, Texas and Pennsylvania have a few too, as well as all
of the Canadian Provinces.
I am in Canada. Yes, those homeloafs are fantastic..and the caesar
salad........OH! and they make this steak sandwich with crunchy onion rings
on top that is soooo good. I would just as soon go there and eat as anywhere
fancy.
Thanks for replying Rob! I have found 1 substitute recipe for their Calamari
and I am keeping it because I think it is the same sauce they use on the
Hell's Kitchen Chicken, which if you haven't tried it, YOU MUST!!!

Here's a link to it, finally found "something" at least....I don't eat
Calamari but the sauce is gooood....

http://www.hungrybrowser.com/phaedrus/m0617W04.htm

This is a pretty cool site BTW.

W/B if you have an opinion!

G


"Rob" wrote in message ...
I believe it's a Canadian chain. I tried looking for a recipe a few

months
ago - I love their home loafs.

"Genny" wrote in message
...
Wow, I can't believe noone has any comments.
Are there no Canadians here who love Eastside Mario's?


"Genny" wrote in message
...
I have already googled and there's nothing but a mention of Eastside

in
a
few blogs and 0 recipes to be found. ;(

Help!! and if you like Eastside Mario's, try the dishes I mentioned in

my
first posting!

Thx,

G


wrote in message

...
Genny wrote:
Does anyone have any recipes from Eastside Mario's?
I am mainly interested in their (now defunct!! grrr) Chicken

Marsala
and
Hell's Kitchen Chicken, which is still on the menu.
If there is one in your town, make sure and try the Hell's Kitchen
Chicken.
It is spicy, the best biggest thing on the menu, and comes with
unlimited
salad, breadsticks, oven-roasted red potatoes, and steamed veggies
(artichokes, zuchinni, squash, peppers, broccoli, etc..).

Any replies appreciated, Thanks.

Google is your friend. Try doing a web search for "east side mario's
recipes" to see what turns up.








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Old 31-07-2004, 04:10 AM
Genny
 
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Default Eastside Mario's

California, Michigan, Texas and Pennsylvania have a few too, as well as all
of the Canadian Provinces.
I am in Canada. Yes, those homeloafs are fantastic..and the caesar
salad........OH! and they make this steak sandwich with crunchy onion rings
on top that is soooo good. I would just as soon go there and eat as anywhere
fancy.
Thanks for replying Rob! I have found 1 substitute recipe for their Calamari
and I am keeping it because I think it is the same sauce they use on the
Hell's Kitchen Chicken, which if you haven't tried it, YOU MUST!!!

Here's a link to it, finally found "something" at least....I don't eat
Calamari but the sauce is gooood....

http://www.hungrybrowser.com/phaedrus/m0617W04.htm

This is a pretty cool site BTW.

W/B if you have an opinion!

G


"Rob" wrote in message ...
I believe it's a Canadian chain. I tried looking for a recipe a few

months
ago - I love their home loafs.

"Genny" wrote in message
...
Wow, I can't believe noone has any comments.
Are there no Canadians here who love Eastside Mario's?


"Genny" wrote in message
...
I have already googled and there's nothing but a mention of Eastside

in
a
few blogs and 0 recipes to be found. ;(

Help!! and if you like Eastside Mario's, try the dishes I mentioned in

my
first posting!

Thx,

G


wrote in message

...
Genny wrote:
Does anyone have any recipes from Eastside Mario's?
I am mainly interested in their (now defunct!! grrr) Chicken

Marsala
and
Hell's Kitchen Chicken, which is still on the menu.
If there is one in your town, make sure and try the Hell's Kitchen
Chicken.
It is spicy, the best biggest thing on the menu, and comes with
unlimited
salad, breadsticks, oven-roasted red potatoes, and steamed veggies
(artichokes, zuchinni, squash, peppers, broccoli, etc..).

Any replies appreciated, Thanks.

Google is your friend. Try doing a web search for "east side mario's
recipes" to see what turns up.










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