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Froggie

Utica, NY

#1 Mar 24, 2011
What's the best place to sample them?
DRN
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#2 Mar 24, 2011
Its simple pasta. Only here in Oneida County can they "invent" pasta as their claim to fame. Of course, along with that totally awesome (can't you just taste the sarcasm?) tomato pie. ROFL

Let the negative judging begin. ROFL
LOL

Central Square, NY

#3 Mar 24, 2011
DRN wrote:
Its simple pasta. Only here in Oneida County can they "invent" pasta as their claim to fame. Of course, along with that totally awesome (can't you just taste the sarcasm?) tomato pie. ROFL
Let the negative judging begin. ROFL
If it were "simple pasta", people wouldn't talk about them so much. I don't see anyone asking for the best place to get some spaghetti...that is "simple pasta". You can't buy riggie sauce in the store because it IS from only around here. People don't know what chicken riggies are, and then when they try them, they love them!! If it were just "simple pasta", don't you think people would be like "ohh, well this tastes just like any other pasta dish I've had blah blah blah", but people don't. I made them for friends and family in California when I went to visit and people LOVED them and asked for the recipe. Weird, if it were "simple pasta", wouldn't they already KNOW how to make them?

...And are you REALLY rolling on the floor and laughing about food? Because if so, I think you need to take your meds and get a grip. "Let the negative judging begin"? Yeah...it began with you when someone just asked where they could get some "simple pasta", bitch.

and Yetti's was the first place I ever tried them, they are delicious when they are hot (spicy).
DRN
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#4 Mar 24, 2011
LOL wrote:
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If it were "simple pasta", people wouldn't talk about them so much. I don't see anyone asking for the best place to get some spaghetti...that is "simple pasta". You can't buy riggie sauce in the store because it IS from only around here. People don't know what chicken riggies are, and then when they try them, they love them!! If it were just "simple pasta", don't you think people would be like "ohh, well this tastes just like any other pasta dish I've had blah blah blah", but people don't. I made them for friends and family in California when I went to visit and people LOVED them and asked for the recipe. Weird, if it were "simple pasta", wouldn't they already KNOW how to make them?
...And are you REALLY rolling on the floor and laughing about food? Because if so, I think you need to take your meds and get a grip. "Let the negative judging begin"? Yeah...it began with you when someone just asked where they could get some "simple pasta", bitch.
and Yetti's was the first place I ever tried them, they are delicious when they are hot (spicy).
I roll on the floor laughing at you CNY simpletons, not food, as evidenced by your inability to figure that out.

Let the negative judging begin. ROFL
Mayor McCheese

Lake Placid, NY

#6 Mar 24, 2011
It's like that in New Orleans... one of their claims is Cajun cooking - Since before history was recorded they used a lot of spices to preserve meats in hot humid climates!!! And just like good "traditionalists" always do, they incorporate it into their culture, and pass it on to the future generations... Go to Mexico where the food is spicy... Go to Brazil where the food is spicy... Even though now they have refrigeration to preserve meats, guess what they do? Yep, they keep on adding the spices! Anyway, this thread is making me hungry...

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#7 Mar 24, 2011
Froggie wrote:
What's the best place to sample them?
Route 69 Steak House in Whitesboro, are pretty good. Also Teddy's in Rome.
Two tree

Cazenovia, NY

#8 Mar 24, 2011
Froggie wrote:
What's the best place to sample them?
To give you an honest answer, I love cafe Bella Mia.
Riggie lover

Europe

#9 Mar 25, 2011
We like Cafe Bella Mia and Spaghetti Kettle.
Best

San Mateo, CA

#10 Mar 25, 2011
Bella mia or rt 69 steakhouse are definatly the best !!!!
First Hand

Rome, NY

#11 Mar 27, 2011
Two tree wrote:
<quoted text> To give you an honest answer, I love cafe Bella Mia.
I had them at Bela Mia they were great. They give you a lot too.
Mikeym

New Hartford, NY

#12 Mar 27, 2011
Georgios, or secret garden, Bella mias good but too much garlic.
NYNY

Rome, NY

#13 Mar 27, 2011
best: Bella Mia

Worst: Georgios
Anonymous

Syracuse, NY

#14 Mar 28, 2011
Yum Riggies <3
I love them at Teddys
Coop

Rome, NY

#15 Mar 28, 2011
Little Romas in Utica at the Chanatry's center.
why you so stupid

New York, NY

#16 Mar 29, 2011
I like my own lol. I think Teddy's are way over rated and Georgios taste like baked zitti with chicken added they are horrible. I do like Luigis in rome and they give you a lot. I wish the riggie fest would allow ppl that don't own a resterant to participate...
Nice

Ithaca, NY

#17 Mar 29, 2011
why you so stupid wrote:
I like my own lol. I think Teddy's are way over rated and Georgios taste like baked zitti with chicken added they are horrible. I do like Luigis in rome and they give you a lot. I wish the riggie fest would allow ppl that don't own a resterant to participate...
Totally agree
Steve

San Mateo, CA

#18 Mar 29, 2011
Coop wrote:
Little Romas in Utica at the Chanatry's center.
Little romas is disgusting, dirty
your dumb

Utica, NY

#19 Mar 29, 2011
DRN wrote:
Its simple pasta. Only here in Oneida County can they "invent" pasta as their claim to fame. Of course, along with that totally awesome (can't you just taste the sarcasm?) tomato pie. ROFL
Let the negative judging begin. ROFL
Have you ever been anywhere besides oneida county? I doubt it. I lived down south for a few years and there is NO chicken riggies in restaraunts and very few places to get tomato pie, and ven if you can find it it absolutely sucks!
And to answer your question my aunt makes the best riggies in the county!
DRN
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#20 Mar 29, 2011
your dumb wrote:
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Have you ever been anywhere besides oneida county? I doubt it. I lived down south for a few years and there is NO chicken riggies in restaraunts and very few places to get tomato pie, and ven if you can find it it absolutely sucks!
And to answer your question my aunt makes the best riggies in the county!
Yes, I've been to other places. In fact, I was born and raised in a place other than Oneida County.

The reason you don't find them in downstate NY, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Vermont, Maine, New Jersey, Maryland, Virginia, South Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, Ohio or Indiana is because they suck and only CNY people eat them and think they are good.

Tomato pie - cold pizza, no cheese. What a celebration of taste!

Chicken Riggies - rigatoni pasta, add pieces of chicken - What a culinary delight!

Since: Dec 10

Harrisville, NY

#21 Mar 29, 2011
The Savoy in Rome, ummy

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