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sunny Posted - 17 Dec 2011 : 8:33:04 PM
I just ate a salty dog. It was great. Salty Chocolates seem to be the "everywhere" thing right now.

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Lake Posted - 10 Apr 2015 : 03:30:13 AM
Bump


sunny Posted - 14 Feb 2015 : 9:20:04 PM
[quote]Originally posted by Neon Platypus

swedish meatballs and butterscotch pudding with whipped cream..



Believe it or not, those are two of my favorite foods. I was daydreaming about swedish meatballs yesterday.

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emerald Posted - 14 Feb 2015 : 8:47:36 PM
Oh yum. If you have any leftover, it tastes fantastic layered in a pita with sliced chicken breast.
Neon Platypus Posted - 14 Feb 2015 : 8:41:41 PM
mhm.vinegar and i use sour cream and sweet onion

similar to this cept sweet onion and vinegar not lemon juice

http://www.tasteofhome.com/recipes/classic-dilled-cucumbers
emerald Posted - 14 Feb 2015 : 8:24:01 PM
yes he does. Do you put vinegar in it? My mother used to make cucumber and onions with vinegar and a small amount of sugar. Haven't thought about that for a long time.
Neon Platypus Posted - 14 Feb 2015 : 7:45:48 PM
haha..yeah my guy just went to brave the weather for some for me he rules
emerald Posted - 14 Feb 2015 : 7:44:12 PM
^ Delivered? Who delivers cucumbers and onions?
Neon Platypus Posted - 14 Feb 2015 : 7:02:01 PM
swedish meatballs and butterscotch pudding with whipped cream.. Bout to get a cucumber and a sweet onion delivered to make dilled cucumbers
lovemyth Posted - 06 Feb 2015 : 6:41:49 PM
My guilty and poor[blocked]pleasure. Ellios
pizza. I love it!

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Honey Bee Posted - 06 Feb 2015 : 02:50:36 AM
Jus ate a dark rye toasted cheese tomato sandwich.

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Neon Platypus Posted - 06 Feb 2015 : 02:16:06 AM
Where I work can be torcher at times. I'm used to having convenience foods like chips and candy bars, roller grill stuff that just isn't attractive to me and hasnt been for years but now I work around all this fresh food, fruits and veggies and it's so hard on some days. Behind on bills so I have to be frugal but damn it is amazing how we can have cantelope, blueberries and watermelon in the dead of winter.
Lake Posted - 06 Feb 2015 : 01:31:10 AM
quote:
Originally posted by shakti

With rare exception from late 2013, a plant-based whole food diet, no dairy or meat, minimal added oil, sugar and salt. Growing vegetables, fruits and herbs.






Whoa. November of 2013 maybe?




Lake Posted - 06 Feb 2015 : 01:22:19 AM
quote:
Originally posted by shakti

With rare exception from late 2013, a plant-based whole food diet, no dairy or meat, minimal added oil, sugar and salt. Growing vegetables, fruits and herbs.






Whoa. November of 2013 maybe?




Neon Platypus Posted - 06 Feb 2015 : 12:56:16 AM
Thinking about carrots and Bleu cheese dip. I wanted it earlier but am indecisive.

I'm going to have a garden this year. In the process of planning it
shakti Posted - 01 Aug 2014 : 11:40:52 PM
With rare exception from late 2013, a plant-based whole food diet, no dairy or meat, minimal added oil, sugar and salt. Growing vegetables, fruits and herbs.

Crooner Posted - 30 Jul 2014 : 6:39:21 PM
Extra-Rare Ribeye Steak
Knuckles Sports Bar, SF Airport Hyatt Regency Hotel



Funny, I would never even dream of dining at Knuckles Sports Bar at my local Hyatt Hotel back home.

On the first night of the IEA conference, a couple EIDBers and I were driving around looking for a place to eat.
Every place we went to was packed; waiting time was at least an hour.

So we went back to the hotel, where Knuckles was the only game in town.
And Knuckles was pretty packed too.

I was surprised by the quality of the Ribeye steak.
And when I ordered it “extra-rare” the steak was prepared to perfection.
Finally, I ordered the Ribeye again on Sunday evening, after the close of the conference.



dusty Posted - 02 Apr 2014 : 01:08:26 AM
Drinking Rogue's Shakespeare Oatmeal Stout. One reviewer said it was highly carbonated and active on the tongue. I agree, it distracts from the taste. As far as oatmeal stouts, I would go with New Holland's The Poet instead.

I've decided to shut up from now on.
dusty Posted - 11 Mar 2014 : 10:50:30 PM
From the great beer state of Michigan.



I've decided to shut up from now on.
dusty Posted - 11 Mar 2014 : 01:50:02 AM
Had this the other day. Thought it was awesome.



I've decided to shut up from now on.
dusty Posted - 04 Mar 2014 : 2:50:48 PM
Right now I'm in love with the Moonlight Porter from Rock Bottom. Fortunately (or unfortunately), Rock Bottom is on my way from work to the bus stop, so I can often stop in and have one. It's an awesome robust porter and it won a shiny gold medal.



I've decided to shut up from now on.
dusty Posted - 03 Mar 2014 : 8:34:35 PM
And a bottle of this.



I've decided to shut up from now on.
dusty Posted - 03 Mar 2014 : 8:31:58 PM
Bought a bottle of this.



I've decided to shut up from now on.
Crooner Posted - 02 Mar 2014 : 12:05:18 AM
Texas Beef Ribs

Neon Platypus Posted - 21 Feb 2014 : 04:05:14 AM
Devils food is great with a cherry pie substitute. I dont like cake and thats delicious.

In the mood for shrimp but I'm not particularly hungry so I'll skip it. Had home made chicken pot pie earlier. Not thrilling but it was better than the nachos i planned on.
Crooner Posted - 21 Feb 2014 : 03:41:43 AM
Excellent Cioppino at Schooners Bistro, Monterey Plaza Hotel



- Clam Chowder
- Glass of Chianti
- Cioppino with Scallops, Mussels, Fish and Crab
- Black Coffee
- Chocolate Devil’s Food Cake with Raspberry Sauce



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