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Richmond Hill Photographer | Around the Hill | The Slide Shop

Another installment of Around the Hill, this time featuring the Slide Shop!

The Slide Shop is one of my family’s absolute favorite places to eat in Richmond Hill. With its fun, quirky atmosphere, vintage movie memorabilia, friendly staff, and downright delicious food, the Slide Shop is a no-brainer if you’ve ever wondered, “What’s for dinner?” Not only are the sliders, fries, milkshakes and other notions enough to satisfy any appetite (don’t let the slider size fool you, the flavors are mouthwatering) the owners, Steve and Meaghan Price, are amazingly kind, generous, thoughtful Richmond Hill residents. Let me introduce you to them. 🙂

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  1. How long have you been in business? 6 months as of September 4th.
    Richmond Hill Photographer | Around the Hill | The Slide Shop
  2. Where are you located and what are your hours of business? Ford Plaza, 10076 Ford Avenue, Suite L. Our hours are Tuesday-Thursday and Saturday from 11-7, Friday 11-9, although we are open later for home football games.
  3. Describe your business. What service(s) or product(s) do you offer? We offer big flavors and small packages. Sliders, fries, and milkshakes. Sliders are a great way to pack a variety of flavors in one meal. Plus, you get to choose the size of your meal with 1,2,3 or more sliders.
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    Richmond Hill Photographer | Around the Hill | The Slide Shop
  4. How did you get started in this business? While cutting our teeth waiting tables in college we developed an appreciation of good food. Two decades later we started to make our own food, and wanted to bring it to our new community.
  5. What is unique about your business? We’re all about our customers. We want them to have an experience every time they come in, not just good food. We keep it interactive. Have an idea? Share it … you just might see it on the menu. Heck, you can name it, too.
    Richmond Hill Photographer | Around the Hill | The Slide Shop
  6. To what do you attribute your business success? 100% customer focused.
  7. Where do you see yourself in 5 years? We hope that our following grows enough to allow additional locations and a food truck in the Savannah area.
    Richmond Hill Photographer | Around the Hill | The Slide Shop
  8. What do you enjoy most about what you do? Getting to know the people of Richmond Hill, and knowing they enjoy the experience so much they keep coming back.
  9. What do you love about Richmond Hill? The small town feel and sense of a family community. Our residents are incredibly loyal.
    Richmond Hill Photographer | Around the Hill | The Slide Shop
  10. Favorite quote? “Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness.” – Mark Twain
  11. When you were a kid what did you want to be when you grew up? “He” wanted to be an FBI agent, “She” wanted to be a teacher.
  12. Anything else you’d like to share or think the readers would like to know? We’re thankful for the hospitality of Richmond Hill and the way the people here have embraced the Slide Shop. We look forward to feeding your for many years.

Steve and Meaghan, thank you for bringing your delicious food to the Richmond Hill community. You may reach The Slide Shop by:                      phone (912) 445-5638, or through Facebook.

Have a business you’d like to see featured? Please contact the studio at (912) 200-5284.

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TanyaSeptember 13, 2016 - 12:36 am

Loooove! Now I need a skywalker!!!!!

Lunchbox Chronicles | Week Five

Welcome to week 5 of the Lunchbox Chronicles!

Monday was Labor Day, so no school lunch to prepare. 🙂

Tuesday

Cheese ravioli with marinara sauce in the thermoses, parmesan zucchini slices with carrots for my oldest and cucumber for my youngest. Mixed fruit of blueberries and strawberries, and a biscuit. My oldest chose apple juice to drink and my youngest, milk.

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Wednesday

Love this meal! So easy and delicious … crock pot sweet and sour chicken with carrots, pineapple, and rice. My youngest loves cottage cheese, but my oldest prefers apple sauce. Both have mixed fruit and chocolate milk.

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Thursday

Turkey and cheese tortillas wraps with lettuce, sliced apple, veggies, and an Oreo for dessert. My youngest has the addition of cucumber chip pickles (yum!)

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Friday

I had a business event to attend the night before, so the boys had organic mac & cheese for dinner. I warmed up the leftovers for the boys to take for lunch on Friday. Applesauce, peas, and tomatoes as a side. Milk for my youngest, apple juice for my oldest.

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I wanted to let you know that this will be the last time I complete a weekly Lunchbox Chronicle. I have decided to do a monthly blog instead highlighting some of our favorite lunches from each month. I have many other ideas I’d like to share with you and I definitely don’t want you to be sick of hearing from me! 😉

Thanks for reading!

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Lunchbox Chronicles | Week Four

Wow! Can’t believe our littles have been in school for over a month! We seem to be settling into a nice routine and both boys are super happy with their teachers; I am, too. 🙂

Here’s what my little men ate last week for lunch:

Monday

I had two whole-wheat pitas leftover from last week’s meals so I quickly made grilled-cheese pitas for the boys on Monday. Sliced carrots, mixed fruit, and milk for both boys. My oldest has the addition of ranch for his carrots plus mixed almonds and raisins as a side. My oldest opted for a hard-boiled egg.

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Tuesday

Tried a new recipe I found on Pinterest, black bean and corn quesadillas. You may find the recipe here. The family thoroughly enjoyed this dish and it’s now a permanent fixture on our menu. The kids had no trouble gobbling them up the next day, even at room temperature. Peas, corn, peaches and tortillas chips as sides, juice and milk to drink. Although the boys loved this lunch, my only regret is that it was too monotone in color – which I know is kind of a “no-no”.

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Wednesday

Sloppy joes kept warm in a thermos with whole-wheat sliders, unsweetened applesauce, mixed veggies, juice and milk to drink. My kids spoon the sloppy joe mixture onto the sliders and will usually eat any leftover meat by itself. Always a favorite lunch!

A reader asked how I keep the thermoses warm until lunchtime. As soon as we get downstairs I set a pot of water to boil on the stove. Once boiling, I fill each thermos to the brim and seal the lid. After sitting for 5 minutes or so, I microwave the contents to hotter than I would normally serve the boys, dump out the water from each thermos, add lunch and replace the lid. When I ask my oldest he does tell me the food stays warm, but I never really worry about this as both of my kids seem to prefer their hot meals close to room temperature anyway.

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Thursday

Turkey and cheese sandwiches on King’s Hawaiian sub rolls, with lettuce and tomato. My youngest likes pickles (like me) so I add some cucumber chips to his sandwich as well. Apples with peanut butter, an egg for my oldest and crackers and almonds for my youngest, Oreo as a treat, and milk.

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Hurricane/Tropical Storm Hermine came through late Thursday night/early Friday and in the interests of safety, all schools in the area were cancelled for Friday, so there was no school lunch to pack that day. I honestly don’t remember what we had, but it was likely PB&J as we were all exhausted from spending time in a cramped closet during all the tornado warnings, lol. Thankfully our little town escaped mostly unharmed and after a wonderful remainder of the Labor Day weekend, the littles are off to school today. See you next week!

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Lunchbox Chronicles | Week Three

Good Morning, Moms! Hope you all had a wonderful weekend!

It’s week 3 of the Lunchbox Chronicles … what my boys ate for lunch last week.

Please remember the caveat … 0630 in the morning, rushing, crappy lighting, yada yada yada … 😉

Monday

We went to our favorite Mexican restaurant for lunch after church on Sunday, so my boys took leftover black bean burritos and rice in their thermos. Mandarin oranges and tortillas chips rounded out the bulk of their meal. My youngest chose a Hershey bar as a treat, my oldest a homemade Rocky Road cookie. Milk to drink.

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Tuesday

A family favorite – greek pitas. I kept the meat warm in a thermos, whole-wheat pitas and tomatoes, plus cucumber and a non-fat yogurt-based sauce for my youngest. Mixed fruit, milk, and juice for my oldest.

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Wednesday

Homemade pizza (crust is Mama Mary’s, my favorite). Toppings include sauce, pineapple, olives and mozzarella cheese. I usually add red pepper but was out. Strawberries, blueberries, carrots and the addition of cucumber for my youngest. My youngest also likes Ranch for dipping, so he has a small side of that. Milk to drink.

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Thursday

Leftover Chicken Cacciatore – breaded chicken (I use Applegate), diced tomatoes, green pepper, garlic, onion, noodles kept warm in a thermos with a side of sliced peaches and crescent rolls. Both boys chose milk to drink.

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Friday

Leftover day! I despise throwing food out so the boys chose their lunch from the two meals we had a little left of. My oldest chose the chicken cacciatore with mixed fruit, a crescent roll, and milk. My youngest decided on greek pitas with meat, tomatoes, cucumber, the non-fat yogurt sauce with mixed fruit and milk.

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That’s it for week 3 Mamas! Hope you find these posts useful and inspiring! Enjoy the rest of your week, see you next Tuesday (Labor day is Monday) with the installment of week 4. As always, please comment and let me know of any lunchbox ideas you have. I’d love to feature you, or your idea!! 🙂

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TanyaAugust 29, 2016 - 4:41 pm

Mine are so picky!!! I wish I could get H to branch out from her everyday PB&J, and A his rainbow pasta (the veggie infused rotini). What is the meat for the greek pitas? I bet I could do a taco version of that one.

adminAugust 29, 2016 - 5:37 pm

Hi Tanya! I actually hear that from many of my friends, that their children are picky eaters. Do your kids like leftovers at all? That might be a great way to start broadening their lunch meals. The greek pita meat is organic ground turkey, oregano, salt, pepper, and a touch of the yogurt, once it’s fully cooked and drained. It’s actually a Pampered Chef recipe that calls for ground beef patties, but we opt for the meat to be crumbled instead. 🙂

Richmond Hill Child Photographer | Baby B., 6 Months

If you looked up “sweetest baby evah” in the dictionary, there’s no doubt a picture of this adorable little dude would be looking back at you. Baby B. was a star at his newborn sesh and he’s kept to tradition. Lauren, Hallie (mom) and I laughed our way through his entire six month session. No doubt the milestone are some of our favorites here at MMP – those little personalities are truly starting to blossom and it’s beyond awesome to capture all that amazingness on camera.

Exhibit A – I-Can’t-Contain-Myself-Because-He-Makes-Me-So-Happy

Me (in googly baby voice): Baby B., can you give me a smile?

Baby B.:

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(Yeah lady, I sure can!)

Me: Baby B., whose got your puppy? Whose got it?

Baby B (squealing):

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(I got it! I’ve got the puppy!)

Me: Is your foot yummy?

Baby B.:

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(Nom, nom, nom … delicious!)

Me: Who’s handsome? Are you handsome?

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(Haha! Me! Definitely me! I’m handsome!)

Me: Is that your friend, Baby B.?

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(Yeah, friends are a “bear” necessity.)

Hallie, I hope you know how much joy your guy brings into my life. I’m so blessed to be his photographer. Thank you for trusting me with these special moments.

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