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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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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


emerald Posted - 04 Feb 2014 : 11:19:00 PM
Shredded wheat with milk and honey for dinner.
Invicta Posted - 04 Feb 2014 : 10:06:25 PM
I made a ham and cheddar quiche for dinner. Best one yet.
Lake Posted - 03 Feb 2014 : 8:43:31 PM
Bahahahahaha

>>>X<<<
AJ Posted - 03 Feb 2014 : 8:36:24 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Lake

quote:
Originally posted by AJ

Served on a fancy paper plate



Lol

But it's because the elk burger is so fancy that you feel you need to dress its plate down to balance things out and keep it casual.

I would like totally makeout with that burger.

>>>X<<<



You got it.
Can't let it get to cocky.
It will start strutting around in your stomach.
Causing all kinds of indigestion.
Lake Posted - 03 Feb 2014 : 8:30:44 PM
quote:
Originally posted by AJ

Served on a fancy paper plate



Lol

But it's because the elk burger is so fancy that you feel you need to dress its plate down to balance things out and keep it casual.

I would like totally makeout with that burger.

>>>X<<<
AJ Posted - 03 Feb 2014 : 8:25:24 PM
Lean low cholesterol red meat.
Elk burgers.
Fresh ground and bought from a local
venison/elk processor.
Some people just like to hunt and not eat
the meat (the horror) so the place sells it.

Red wine vinegar, worchester, garlic, oregano, onion, red pepper flakes, black pepper mixed in
Served on a fancy paper plate with spinach and a bite of sharp cheese out
of it.

***Edited due to the size of pic.
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Zapperbazzer Posted - 20 Jan 2014 : 5:34:17 PM
Bread! bread is so cheap on my lunchbreak from the supermarket round the corner, 75p (think that's about a dollar???) and I can have a large cheesey loaf that will last two lunch breaks. I could eat bread every day and I think I will
Fleets Posted - 17 Jan 2014 : 5:03:24 PM
Potato pancakes. :-)
sunny Posted - 17 Jan 2014 : 4:08:48 PM
Grilled flounder and sweet potato seasoned with Berbere, stir fried broccoli, cauliflower, kale with pablano peppers. Brown rice walnut scones with spiced black tea.

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Crooner Posted - 13 Jan 2014 : 11:23:26 PM


Lobster

sunny Posted - 01 Sep 2013 : 1:32:03 PM
...that inspired me to eat some kimchi.

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Cytokine Posted - 01 Sep 2013 : 1:26:07 PM

Pickles. They have a reputation for being unhealthy because of high sodium levels, but this is individual. I drink about 2 gallons of tea and water a day, which greatly dilutes my blood sodium level, so personally I'm more at risk of having too little salt. In my case this results in brain fog.

That's why salty foods like pickles, miso, sushi, Chinese foods make me feel happy and alert.



1w9 sp/sx Obsessive Compulsive

"Corpus omne perseverare in statu suo quiescendi vel movendi uniformiter in directum, nisi quatenus a viribus impressis cogitur statum illum mutare."
Isaacus Newtonus
Cytokine Posted - 28 Aug 2013 : 6:25:03 PM

Goji berries.



1w9 sp/sx Obsessive Compulsive

"Corpus omne perseverare in statu suo quiescendi vel movendi uniformiter in directum, nisi quatenus a viribus impressis cogitur statum illum mutare."
Isaacus Newtonus
Neon Platypus Posted - 27 Aug 2013 : 06:32:54 AM
coffee with cream

I made oatmeal with cinnamon toast. Love the way it smells. Today is the first day of 7th grade.
Crooner Posted - 20 Jul 2013 : 8:24:08 PM
Today’s Porterhouse Steak special at the supermarket for $5.99/lb.

The alternative might be an Ultimate Cheeseburger combo
with fries and a coffee (from a Jack In The Box restaurant)
for about the same amount of money.

For the Porterhouse over a cheeseburger, all I have to do is
take the effort to turn on the oven and broil the steak.


Crooner Posted - 12 Jul 2013 : 6:57:34 PM
Onion Rings and a Couple of Beers
earlier this week…



Was invited to join some folks at Buffalo Wild Wings…
a chain restaurant known for their fried fatty food offerings.

I had already had dinner and just wanted a beer.
A couple people ordered onion rings and passed them around.
I was pleasantly surprised… they had good onion rings.


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