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post #31 of 50
Cheese. Definitely. Any kind, any form, yum, yum, YUM!

Mocha/latte/cappucino- even if I'm completely stuffed, I am never too full for espresso drinks! I guess my espresso stomach just doesn't get full.

Almond M&Ms. I don't know why, but they trigger a reaction similar to the more well known "Fight or Flight" reaction- I call it the "Fight for them or run with them until they're gone" reaction.

Tortilla chips and salsa at Mexican restaurants

Zucchini with blue cheese dip.

Okay, enough. It'd be better if i never started eating these things!!!

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post #32 of 50
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I don't know Kimmie-I find foods like haggis, natto beans, chitlin's among others distinctly resistible.

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post #33 of 50
heee -

: Chinese BBQ goose with plum sauce in hong kong
: Properly made Wonton noodles soup
: handcrumbed schnitzel of any sort
: toasted foccacia with beef nachoes mince, grilled cheese guacamole sour cream and spicey tomato salsa
: yum cha BBQ pork buns (char siu bar)
: butter chicken
: homemade lasagne (from a good cook)
: hand made callebault chocs with a hazelnut praline centre
: fresh (out of a cryovac bag) tender rare fillet steak
: shawarma and fatouche wrapped in a lebanese bread roll
: any form of chinese thin egg noodle
: pipis in XO sauce
: Chinese BBQ roo fillets
: a nice bluefin tuna steak
: hoummus
: chilli salted cuttlefish
: a perfect gelato
: BBQ at a beef farm - so down to earth
: properly cooked game - birds or beast
: leicester cheese

last but definitely not least =

: Crispy baked or toasted baguette with emmentaler cheese and double smoked ham.

now im hungry, its not fair.
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post #34 of 50
Sorry CC it's impossible to make better scramble eggs than my mother. She has a special touch. Even I can not make them like she does.

Have I mention her duck with apples? It's to die for....
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post #35 of 50
Iza, I'm sure your mother makes the best scrambled eggs in the world.

Give me two dozen wellfleet oysters,some lemon,horseradish and some fresh cracked blackpepper and i'm a "Happy Pup"
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post #36 of 50
Oreos and cold, whole milk.
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post #37 of 50
Foodnfoto,

We agree: "haggis, natto beans and chitlin's" are most resistible. I was referring to the French variety of offal.


Kyle: such simple taste for a boy...


;)

[ August 25, 2001: Message edited by: Kimmie ]
K

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«Just Give Me Chocolate and Nobody Gets Hurt.»
«Coffee, Chocolate, Men ... Some things are just better rich.»
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«Money talks. Chocolate sings. Beautifully.»
«Just Give Me Chocolate and Nobody Gets Hurt.»
«Coffee, Chocolate, Men ... Some things are just better rich.»
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post #38 of 50
Best in the world might be pushing it CC. ;)


Can we settle for best in Canada for my mom's eggs and best in the US for yours? :D
When I get a little money, I buy books. And if there is any left over, I buy food.

- Desiderius Erasmus
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post #39 of 50
Iza,

You got a deal :)
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post #40 of 50
You know what they say Kimmie - Simple minds,easily amused :)
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post #41 of 50
I've gotta fit into that category...
K

«Money talks. Chocolate sings. Beautifully.»
«Just Give Me Chocolate and Nobody Gets Hurt.»
«Coffee, Chocolate, Men ... Some things are just better rich.»
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«Money talks. Chocolate sings. Beautifully.»
«Just Give Me Chocolate and Nobody Gets Hurt.»
«Coffee, Chocolate, Men ... Some things are just better rich.»
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post #42 of 50
Dear Friends:

I cannot believe it!

There isn't a good recipe for kokoretsi to be found on the internet! I searched for hours only to find some rediculous recipes stating that it takes twenty five minutes to cook kokoretsi! Some others completely ignored the preparation of the marinade!

It seems that I trully have to write my own and since I never publish a recipe without trying it first, it is going to be a while!

In the meantime, here is the most authentic picture of kokoretsi that I found on the Internet. Unfortunately, the site that hosts the photo has a statement that the recipe is "so gross" that they decided not to post it! :eek: (I think Mezzaluna had something to do with this!) :D

"Olio nuovo e vino vecchio"
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post #43 of 50
grilled bread, freah goat or mozzarella cheese,roma tomato, basil.
same bread next morning toasted with Nutella.
Fresh shrimp salad sandwich on cheap white bread. Frozen twinkies. Smothered chix, greens,chipolte mashed potates and sweet potato pie. Bowl of little necks with a pitcher of beer. Cherry stones , hot! sauce and a martini.
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post #44 of 50
Tacos
Carnitas
really good salsa w/warm torilla chips sprinkled w/salt and parmesian cheese
warm choclate chip cookies w/ ice cold milk
chili
curried chicken and rice soup
fresh fruit especially berries
Enjoy Life ~ Eat out more often
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post #45 of 50
old and wise - Do you have those frozen twenkies at the bakery? Or do you save those for home.lol
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post #46 of 50
So many great dishes listed (drool) here. Isn't it amazing that so many of our favorite foods come from childhood .....

Hot water cornbread
Dewberry cobbler with homemade ice cream
Fresh Cajun boudin (w/cracklins on the side)
Gumbo on a cold day
Boiled crabs
Lasagne that so good it crosses your eyes
Pork roast and sweet potatoes
a New York hotdog

good food with good friends ...

:)
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post #47 of 50
err, bayou, is that the dewberry that alot of lady folk like to wear as perfume?

im just curious, because ive never encounted as a food rather just the fragrance (i had suspected that it was edible, just havent been able to source it).

That sounds really good.
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post #48 of 50
Lesee....
chinese food
bread
pico de galo
chocolate (any kind)
white flesh peaches
tomato sandwiches (something my mother used to make)
marshmallows
rogan josh
naan
cheese
"brown cows"
salads
corn on the cobb with melted butter
and fudgie brownies made without nuts
:D .......gosh, I'm getting hungry.
post #49 of 50
Goat's cheese on perfectly grilled bread
Heirloom tomatoes
sweet potatoe pancakes with Makers Mark Syrup
Blackberries straight off the bush
Chocolate, the darker the better
Rambeau cheese
Brie with bourbon, brown sugar and pecans
Toasted brioche with nutella
Real Belgian waffles
Pommes Frites from the street vendors in Belgium
Fresh Lychee nuts straight off the truck in South Africa
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post #50 of 50

One of mine would be a good "traditional" bowl of Etooufee

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