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Old 08-21-2006, 08:38 AM   #1
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I was wounding what some of your favorite foods besides Q? For me cheese steak with sausce and on a good roll, cheeseburger and fires, fired chicken, meatball parm, sausage sandwich with pepers and onion, steak (rare-med rare), chili, ect.
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Old 08-21-2006, 08:42 AM   #2
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My wifes Lasanga. She had a best friend in HS whos mom and dad came over from the old country. She learned to cook Pasta dishes from them which is a good thing. The wife is Irish. Talk about bland food. YUCK.
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I was wounding what some of your favorite foods besides Q? For me cheese steak with sausce and on a good roll, cheeseburger and fires, fired chicken, meatball parm, sausage sandwich with pepers and onion, steak (rare-med rare), chili, ect.
Turkey , beef , seafood, green leafy veggies, mushrooms, pizza,fried chicken, Mexican, Italian,Chinese( forgive the spelling), Japanses steak houses.
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seafood, especially sashimi, cheeseburgers, Mexican
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Old 08-21-2006, 09:27 AM   #7
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Tacos al pastor, grilled fish tacos, calamari, Thai, and sushi.
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Tacos al pastor, grilled fish tacos, calamari, Thai, and sushi.
what kind of tacos are al pastor?
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chicken wings, chili, burgers, steak, n seafood.
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I forgot chicken wings and nachos. Hard to find good nachos anywhere.
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[quote=Captain Morgan][quote="Helen_Paradise":i34xf3bf]Tacos al pastor, grilled fish tacos, calamari, Thai, and sushi.[/quote]

what kind of tacos are al pastor?[/quote:i34xf3bf]

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Old 08-21-2006, 01:38 PM   #14
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Food, in general! I enjoy seafood, burgers, chicken, steak, you name it! I love cream pies of any kind.....key lime is my ultimate favorite! I don't enjoy pasta or rice that much and would rather just have pototoes if faced with a choice. I love Chinese and Mexican but will try pretty much anything that's put in front of me except insects or worms. LOL
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What Mans Best Freind said.

Italian, Mexican, and of course lots of liquid bread [smilie=wine.gif]
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Steak and 'taters, almost any seafood (with scallops at the top of the list), Italian sausage sub with grilled onions and green peppers, a good Philly cheese steak, and most foreign foods that I've tried (Indian, Italian, Mexican especially). Sounds like your basic cholesterol food pyramid...

Oh, and for dessert: pecan pie.
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Upscale Southern cooking

Thai and Vietnamese

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