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  • #16
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    Still looking for an answer to my ????

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    • #17
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      Yes, it is a cafeteria type restaurant.
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      • #18
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        Kaci, thanks for sharing those recipes. A few years ago Luby's put out a cookbook with their favorite recipes. I bought the book and then passed it on to my daughter, and neither one of us knows what happened to the book.

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        • #19
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          I just checked out Luby's web site. Guess what, they are offering a special edition cookbook, Luby's 60 years, favorite recipes. I will order one for sure, no, I will order 3, one for my daughter, one for my dil, and one for myself.
          Anybody remember the Lu Ann platter?

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          • #20
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            Originally posted by Sabine View Post
            I just checked out Luby's web site. Guess what, they are offering a special edition cookbook, Luby's 60 years, favorite recipes. I will order one for sure, no, I will order 3, one for my daughter, one for my dil, and one for myself.
            Anybody remember the Lu Ann platter?
            YOUR ORDERING ME ONE????? THANKS MOM!!!

            THE NAME LU ANN PLATTER SOUNDS FAMILIAR, BUT I DON'T REMEMBER WHY/WHAT.

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            • #21
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              Lu Ann platter was smaller portion, entree and 2 sides and bread / drink if I remember right.
              Of course I will order you a cookbook

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              • #22
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                Oh Yeah, Yes I Do Remember.

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                • #23
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                  Sabine, they still have the LuAnn platter I think I'm going to order a cookbook too.

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                  • #24
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                    The ones in Sherman and Amarillo that closed recently still had the LuAnn platter.....it was 'famous' - in fact, there's a country song that refers to the LuAnn platter - can't remember which one....maybe Pat Green or Jerry Jeff Walker or some other Texas outlaw singer. (BTW....they closed because they couldn't compete price-wise with Golden Corral on the next block - but Luby's food is superior by far (Golden Corral is 'all you can eat'....at Luby's the servers put the food on your plate for you and it adds up pretty quickly).

                    Anybody still have a Furr's Cafeteria in your area? They used to be wonderful food - the servers put food on your plate, but you could go back for all you wanted. Golden Corral has hurt them, too, but I have heard that they have closed a lot because of problems within the Furr family (down to about the third generation now) .....I think their supermarkets may have all closed, too.

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                    • #25
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                      No more Furrs in the Austin area ... just Luby's.

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                      • #26
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                        Question for you 'northern' folk.......in all our travels in the north and midwest, we have never seen a cafeteria - do they just not have them there? If not, wonder why?

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                        • #27
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                          I Was Looking Up The Cookbook To Orde One Also. I Thought "i'll Call Our Luby's To See If They Have Them At The Restaurant" I Click On Locations, And Ours Isn't Even Listed??????

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                          • #28
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                            I liked Luby's. I miss what I called their mayonnaise fish. I think in that recipe you need to add how much lemon pepper. You know that is actually very similar to a Russian style of cooking meet. They would often take medium slices of meat (beef/pork) and bake them with mayo and cheese. It is pretty tasty stuff.

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                            • #29
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                              Mayo Fish, Is That The Square Fish They Have that's covered with a Layer Of "white Stuff"? kinda tangy, if I remember right. I Never New The Name, But Always Loved It. They Don't Have It Too Often, Usually The Baked Fish With The Crumbs On Top And Almond Slices. But That's Good Also.

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                              • #30
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                                Gayle...I am in Ohio and I don't know of any cafeteria style restaurants around here. There used to be one in a mall near Dayton Ohio that my Mom just loved...can't remember the name.

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