Brian Snyder on Diners Drive-ins and Dives

Brian Snyder on Diners Drive-ins and Dives

Post by snert » Sun, 14 Jun 2009 04:16:12


Just saw Brian Snyder on the food network show, "Diners, Drive-ins,
and Dives" He has a restaurant in Portland called Pine State Biscuits.
Cooking up southern style dishes in the Northwest. Food looked really
awesome. Brian did a great job with Guy Fereri the host. Cant wait to
go to Portland and try the biscuits and grits..........
 
 
 

Brian Snyder on Diners Drive-ins and Dives

Post by ulticriti » Sun, 14 Jun 2009 04:18:53


Quote:
> Just saw Brian Snyder on the food network show, "Diners, Drive-ins,
> and Dives" He has a restaurant in Portland called Pine State Biscuits.
> Cooking up southern style dishes in the Northwest. Food looked really
> awesome. Brian did a great job with Guy Fereri the host. Cant wait to
> go to Portland and try the biscuits and grits..........

oh man, i love that show......although it is kinda tough to watch
while being on the zone diet.  i guess this brian guy is an ulti
player?

 
 
 

Brian Snyder on Diners Drive-ins and Dives

Post by snert » Sun, 14 Jun 2009 04:41:39


Quote:

> > Just saw Brian Snyder on the food network show, "Diners, Drive-ins,
> > and Dives" He has a restaurant in Portland called Pine State Biscuits.
> > Cooking up southern style dishes in the Northwest. Food looked really
> > awesome. Brian did a great job with Guy Fereri the host. Cant wait to
> > go to Portland and try the biscuits and grits..........

> oh man, i love that show......although it is kinda tough to watch
> while being on the zone diet. ?i guess this brian guy is an ulti
> player?

Yeah, Brian played ultimate. I remember guarding him at world's in
Scotland. Jam and Ring played for 5th place. Both teams were pretty
hung over after losing in the quarters. Then I think he played for
Portland for a while. I think he played college in North Carolina
somewhere. He was a pretty awesome college player I think. I remember
him having big throws, athletic, and really great attitude.

 
 
 

Brian Snyder on Diners Drive-ins and Dives

Post by Jerem » Sun, 14 Jun 2009 04:43:50


Quote:
> Just saw Brian Snyder on the food network show, "Diners, Drive-ins,
> and Dives" He has a restaurant in Portland called Pine State Biscuits.
> Cooking up southern style dishes in the Northwest. Food looked really
> awesome. Brian did a great job with Guy Fereri the host. Cant wait to
> go to Portland and try the biscuits and grits..........

He was the most impressive player I saw for the Northwest Wolves
during MLU Potlatch.
 
 
 

Brian Snyder on Diners Drive-ins and Dives

Post by ulticriti » Sun, 14 Jun 2009 05:00:25


Quote:
>  I think he played college in North Carolina
> somewhere.

which is obviously where he learned to make dem biscits
 
 
 

Brian Snyder on Diners Drive-ins and Dives

Post by Fish » Sun, 14 Jun 2009 05:58:27


Quote:
> Just saw Brian Snyder on the food network show, "Diners, Drive-ins,
> and Dives" He has a restaurant in Portland called Pine State Biscuits.
> Cooking up southern style dishes in the Northwest. Food looked really
> awesome. Brian did a great job with Guy Fereri the host. Cant wait to
> go to Portland and try the biscuits and grits..........

pine state is easily my favorite breakfast spot in portland. i go
there at least twice a week. the reggie is probably the best of the
available options: fried chicken, an egg, bacon, and cheese, topped
off with gravy, all on a biscuit. the bacon egg and cheese biscuit is
also a classic.

and oh yes, snyder can ball on the ultimate field as well.

fish

 
 
 

Brian Snyder on Diners Drive-ins and Dives

Post by stic » Sun, 14 Jun 2009 10:42:19

Brian played for N.C. State. He was there when they won the National
Championship with Henkle, Bass, Lang etc.
 
 
 

Brian Snyder on Diners Drive-ins and Dives

Post by Lawrence Wan » Sun, 14 Jun 2009 13:32:28


Quote:

> > Just saw Brian Snyder on the food network show, "Diners, Drive-ins,
> > and Dives" He has a restaurant in Portland called Pine State Biscuits.
> > Cooking up southern style dishes in the Northwest. Food looked really
> > awesome. Brian did a great job with Guy Fereri the host. Cant wait to
> > go to Portland and try the biscuits and grits..........

> pine state is easily my favorite breakfast spot in portland. i go
> there at least twice a week. the reggie is probably the best of the
> available options: fried chicken, an egg, bacon, and cheese, topped
> off with gravy, all on a biscuit. the bacon egg and cheese biscuit is
> also a classic.

> and oh yes, snyder can ball on the ultimate field as well.

> fish

reggie = reggie fanelli?