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      08-30-2013, 09:32 PM   #45
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Does that pic mean you don't like messy foods or that you are an indiscriminate eater?
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Fried potatoes, juicy steak, tomato juice, and caesar salad.
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I'll try anything once; I've been said to have a fairly wide palette and have eaten all sorts of oddball things (beef tongue, frog, squab, snake... Almost swallowed a roach crawling across my mouth in Taiwan once as a kid and now the fuckers still scare the crap out of me)

Meat: Bacon, Kobe beef, rack of lamb WITH mint jelly, medium rare porterhouse, Memphis-style dry ribs, well-made French dip sandwich, buffalo meat and bacon. "You said bacon twice!"
Poultry: Dark meat chicken, Chinese style roast duck.
Seafood: Toro, blue crab, salmon, unagi (eel), yellowtail (both seafood and DTF Asian girls ), blackened catfish, anchovies on pizza.
Veggies: Black olives, broccoli, carrots, peas, grilled onion, sauerkraut, water spinach, arden lettuce (the latter 2 are Asian: 空心菜,A菜).
Fruit: Orange, peaches, strawberries.
Combination dishes: Steak & Eggs, Phở, Chicken & Waffles
Dessert: Anything with chocolate, cheesecake
Drinks, alcohol: I'm more of a beer guy... I always wanted to go to Germany to check out regional breweries but as a "'Murican" I still like Bitburger, a good Weißbier (Weihenstephaner is my fave but just about any hefeweizen), Sam Adams Seasonal, and Dos Equis. Non-beer, I like Coke + Hennessy, Sailor Jerry + ginger ale, most wines (esp. Gewürztraminer), most spirits except Chinese sorghum; that shit goes down rougher than 151 for me (and I've drank 151 plenty of times when I broke up).
Non alcoholic: I'm VERY finicky about coffee preparation; fresh-ground, net-filtered coffee beans (preferably Illy), fresh-squeezed OJ, ginger ale, IBC root beer
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      09-27-2013, 05:19 AM   #50
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For me it would be:
•Meat: Rib eye steak
•Poultry: BBQ Chicken
•Seafood: Lobster with garlic butter
•Veggies: Green beans with Red Bell Peppers, onions and bacon
•Fruit: Cantaloupe and Honeydew melon
•Breakfast: Scrambled eggs, Smoked Hot Sausage, Grits ans white toast with Grape Jelly
•Dessert: Hot Fudge Sundae
•Cocktail: Margurita
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      10-01-2013, 04:19 PM   #51
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      10-04-2013, 08:12 AM   #52
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Hmmm,i am agree with your reviews about the foods so according to me that energetic foods are the best source for get energy and perfectible health.Mostly i like the vegetarian and dairy foods because these foods give us a lot of the vitamins and minerals.
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I am simple creature

Bacon - Nuff said
Sushi/Sashimi (everything except Uni)
Pork is my favorite meat by far
Steak is great and medium rare does it for me
Chicken Wings!!! Home made with my own dry rub creation
RIBS - But no BBQ too sweet. My own Dry Rub here as well
Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban is my go to scotch, think of it as my daily driver
Corona Light is my go to beer
Chocolate
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I am simple creature

Bacon - Nuff said
Sushi/Sashimi (everything except Uni)
Pork is my favorite meat by far
Steak is great and medium rare does it for me
Chicken Wings!!! Home made with my own dry rub creation
RIBS - But no BBQ too sweet. My own Dry Rub here as well
Glenmorangie Quinta Ruban is my go to scotch, think of it as my daily driver
Corona Light is my go to beer
Chocolate
Have to get all the Pernil as humanly possible like any good Puerto Rican. dang I miss living close to my family
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      10-30-2013, 08:30 PM   #56
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hot pot (i.e. shabu shabu, fondue) is my favorite meal

sandwiches/burgers are my favorite typical meals
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this thread makes me hungry.
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hot pot (i.e. shabu shabu, fondue) is my favorite meal

sandwiches/burgers are my favorite typical meals
I do the hot pot (ho po as my friends say...LOL) in the PRC fairly often. I didn't know it has made it's way to the States.
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I do the hot pot (ho po as my friends say...LOL) in the PRC fairly often. I didn't know it has made it's way to the States.
it's been around, but hasn't caught on with the white people. though choices are limited... usually beef and haven't found a good bone marrow place
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Grilled chicken/broccoli/sweet potato = perfect meal for me these days

I also like:
Lasagna
Chicken marsala
Chicken piccata
Shrimp Tempura w/ no misago
Quesadillas
Ahi tuna
center-cut Filet Mignon
Ceviche
halibut
There's a place on the beach here with kobe beef sliders and foie gras tacos
Scottish salmon
feijoada
peach melba crepes
Duck confit


ok, thats enough. I like food.
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      11-29-2013, 02:41 AM   #61
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food

breakfast: home-made bread, cottage cheese, raspberry jam
dinner: potato pancake with goulash
dessert: panna cotta

yummy!
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I prefer any foods that are genetically modified and flushed with preservatives.
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I do the hot pot (ho po as my friends say...LOL) in the PRC fairly often.
BOOM! While living in China for 6 months I hit up hot pot at least 1-2 times a week. So good during the colder months and it was so cheap over there.
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I really like eating almond. I am constantly finding it when having cake and ice cream. I think, aside from its taste, I do like almond because it is considered to be one of the best especially to skin .The crunch of this super healthy fruit is packed with essential fatty acids, fibers and proteins. It is highly used fruit also for skin to make it radiant and glowing.
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I do the hot pot (ho po as my friends say...LOL) in the PRC fairly often. I didn't know it has made it's way to the States.
I had Hot Pot for the first time in Hong Kong last week, it was outstanding.

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