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The more I think about this whole Toyota thing http://www.nhtsa.gov/PR/DOT-16-11, the more pissed off I get - and I don't even own a Toyota. After a year of trashing the company's cars, the government is just saying, "oops, my bad" and shrugging their shoulders http://thehill.com/homenews/house/143153-outrage-over-toyota-turns-into-shrugs-a-year-later-. This could have happened to any car company. I know they're big corporations, but WTF? I know I can't be the only...
As I know, The meat of the horse is hard than the meat of the beef, is it true?
  Seems like they are living in an old style, I love it also! I love fresh food like this kind! :)  
I love it with gravy or just plain with salt, pepper and lemon. :)
I like it just simple. I slice the mushroom by quarters and mixed with butter and white pepper then, I cook it in the grill. :)
I always eat what I want to eat especially the old times. What I miss most is that, the food in the middle east, I miss the roasted chicken that is very tasty and the rice ( I don't know if it is a stir fried rice or not) with a little kick of spice. :)
All restaurant uses tomato sauce but, the bechamel sauce is I think mostly from an Italian restaurant or that offers pasta or lasagna.  Can you tell which one are you looking for in a tomato sauce? is it for pasta or other dish?
I have tasted the balut. From the look, it seems it is really disgusting! You try to imagine a one day old chicken that is kinda hairy and wet. The is the picture of the balut but, what is TT is referring is maybe the century egg? Maybe because as I recall the one the OP mentioned is that, it is green in color. Century egg has a greenish color so, maybe that is what the OP is referring. :D
Imagine if you are trying to eat like this size of worm :D     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Lg7XL9U6ZQ
Most simple and common to pair with the beer is peanut or any spicy crackers. :)
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