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Posts tagged slipperyrock

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Restaurant of the Day: Slippery Rock
Almost every town has a neighborhood bar, New Baltimore has Slippery Rock. Steak tips Slippery Style (by TheHungryDudes) are a beefy, luscious, and spicy way to lead into your entree.
Eating Well Slippery Style by Joe Hakim on Patch.
The Hungry Dudes’ Flickr Set
Located at 51083 Washington Street, New Baltimore (Map)

Restaurant of the Day: Slippery Rock

Almost every town has a neighborhood bar, New Baltimore has Slippery Rock. Steak tips Slippery Style (by TheHungryDudes) are a beefy, luscious, and spicy way to lead into your entree.

Eating Well Slippery Style by Joe Hakim on Patch.

The Hungry Dudes’ Flickr Set

Located at 51083 Washington Street, New Baltimore (Map)

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365 Days of Food
#359 Sausage and Shrimp Arrabiata (by TheHungryDudes)
Medium shrimp & slices of Italian Sausage in a tomato/white wine sauce that has been spiked with a healthy amount of red pepper flakes.  
From Slippery Rock in New Baltimore.

365 Days of Food

#359 Sausage and Shrimp Arrabiata (by TheHungryDudes)

Medium shrimp & slices of Italian Sausage in a tomato/white wine sauce that has been spiked with a healthy amount of red pepper flakes.  

From Slippery Rock in New Baltimore.