Best meal you've ever eaten

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Hey guys, just tell simple what is the best meal you've ever eaten?
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  • Profile picture of the author whateverpedia
    The next one.
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  • Profile picture of the author wentzco
    Well I like to cook so I'll share a recipe of some awesome revved-up baked beans I made for my wife's office lunch get-together. I rarely follow recipes & prefer to experiment but did get some ideas online for some additions for my beans. I did decide however to keep track of what I put in as I was sure I wanted to cook it again plus share it on Facebook.

    OK to start I stuck 4 large cans of Bush's Bold & Spicy Beans (28 oz.) into a pot to warm up while I cooked other stuff. Yeah I could have used pinto, navy, kidney beans (etc) but it was easier for me to just use the pre-made which I also happen to like.

    In a frying pan, I cooked up 2 lbs of hickory-smoked bacon chopped into small pieces until crispy. I drained the grease from the pan & set the bacon aside in a bowl lined with paper towels to remove more grease. I then cooked up a package of brown-n-serve maple sausage links. I chopped those into small pieces. I also had a couple leftover pork chops so I chopped those up. These meats were set aside.

    I then added a chopped red pepper, orange pepper & onions (2 small) to the pan until they started to soften. Once they were soft I added 3 chopped tomatoes plus 3 chopped apples into the pan. I then poured in "a cup of coffee" (yep - fresh-brewed coffee - a twist I hadn't done before).

    & here are the other stuff I started to to add to the pan mixture -

    apple cider vinegar (4 tablespoons)
    worcestershire sauce (3-4 tablespoons)
    BBQ sauce - sweet & spicy (1/3 of a bottle)
    honey (about 3 tablespoons)
    molasses (about 4-5 tablespoons)
    maple syrup (about 4 tablespoons)
    mustard (about 3-4 tablespoons - didn't have dry mustard on hand)
    brown sugar (about 4-5 tablespoons)
    paprika (about 1 tablespoon)
    rosemary (about 1 teaspoon)
    thyme (about 1 teaspoon)
    allspice (about 1/2 teaspoon)
    nutmeg (about 1/2 teaspoon)
    ginger (about 1/2 teaspoon)
    cumin (about 1 teaspoon)
    coriander (1 crushed tablespoon)
    cilantro (about a tablespoon)
    cayenne pepper (about 1/2 teaspoon)
    chili powder (1 tablespoon)
    garlic salt (maybe 1 teaspoon - I didn't have garlic on hand so I used this)
    pepper (several shakes)
    1 tall shot of honey whiskey
    1 tall shot of dark/gold rum

    I then added the chopped bacon, sausage & pork chops to the pan. I cooked this mixture over low/medium heat for about 1/2 hour so a good portion of the liquids evaporated. I then combined this pan mixture and the baked beans into a large metal popcorn bowl because it was the ideal size.

    Result - the best baked beans combo I've ever cooked! Yes - I like steak, ribs, salmon, lobster, prime rib, etc... but these beans were mouth-watering.
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    • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
      Originally Posted by wentzco View Post

      some awesome revved-up baked beans
      Best meal you've ever eaten? Seriously?

      My condolences.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    High End Meal

    - Kobe Beef at Tao, New York City. $96 for 8 ounces. Melted in your mouth, it was sliced so thin and tasted so good.

    Down Home Meal

    Any vegetarian lunch I have at this little Jai Buddist restaurant in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Cost = 35 Baht aka $1 USD. The flavor rivals the $96 Kobe beef. Insanely tasty, wholesome and filling.
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  • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
    Venison tenderloin, sliced thin, rolled in flour, fried in butter.

    Yes, I killed the deer.
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    • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
      Originally Posted by IGotMine View Post

      Venison tenderloin, sliced thin, rolled in flour, fried in butter.

      Yes, I killed the deer.
      What? You couldn't find a hibernating bear? :-)
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      • Profile picture of the author IGotMine
        Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

        What? You couldn't find a hibernating bear? :-)
        Could have...chose not to.
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        • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
          Originally Posted by IGotMine View Post

          Could have...chose not to.
          That should make someone else very happy. :-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Odahh
    when i make my lasagna though it is not tradition italian style .. the the left overs get to be amazing day 3 and 4 ..when i was in the philippines my girlfriend made a real tasty pork adobo ..

    i do not have a single best meal .. i have eaten .. so it is a question i really can not answer .. as i like to cook and try different things each time i cook something.. sometime thing end up just ok and other times .. super tasty ..
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    • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
      Originally Posted by Odahh View Post

      when i make my lasagna though it is not tradition italian style .. the the left overs get to be amazing day 3 and 4 ..when i was in the philippines my girlfriend made a real tasty pork adobo ..

      i do not have a single best meal .. i have eaten .. so it is a question i really can not answer .. as i like to cook and try different things each time i cook something.. sometime thing end up just ok and other times .. super tasty ..
      Ah, another alleged Mandela Effect. You see a Lasagna is just a single piece of pasta.

      Lasagne is the dish.

      Yes I know, myself and just about everyone I know calls it Lasagna

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    • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
      Originally Posted by Odahh View Post

      my lasagna though it is not tradition Italian style ..
      Well, it's not really lasagna then, is it? :-)
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      • Profile picture of the author Odahh
        Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

        Well, it's not really lasagna then, is it? :-)
        yeah but i am not willing to call it something else and get in a pointless argument .. its hard enough to argue when i make it that it's fine for me to eaty it for lunch and dinner for 4 days ..and not worry about getting fat doing it ..

        but then it is Usually real fat people or people at least fatter than me who think that ..as i replace the layer of ricotta . with a thick layer of veggies and shredded mozzarella cheese ..still have the meat but have veggies mixxed in with that ..

        but i learned not to argue about what people think is healthy or not after trying to explain to my mom and my aunt on separate occasions that a fried edd and a scrambled egg are pretty my the same health wise .. and fried egg is not fried food .. unless you dump a bunch of oil in the pan ..
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        • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
          Originally Posted by Odahh View Post

          yeah but i am not willing to call it something else and get in a pointless argument .. its hard enough to argue when i make it that it's fine for me to eaty it for lunch and dinner for 4 days ..and not worry about getting fat doing it ..

          but then it is Usually real fat people or people at least fatter than me who think that ..as i replace the layer of ricotta . with a thick layer of veggies and shredded mozzarella cheese ..still have the meat but have veggies mixxed in with that ..

          but i learned not to argue about what people think is healthy or not after trying to explain to my mom and my aunt on separate occasions that a fried edd and a scrambled egg are pretty my the same health wise .. and fried egg is not fried food .. unless you dump a bunch of oil in the pan ..
          Just for you. One of my favorites. :-)

          https://www.southernliving.com/recip...t=2018071615PM
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        • Profile picture of the author Kurt
          Originally Posted by Odahh View Post

          yeah but i am not willing to call it something else and get in a pointless argument .. its hard enough to argue when i make it that it's fine for me to eaty it for lunch and dinner for 4 days ..and not worry about getting fat doing it ..

          but then it is Usually real fat people or people at least fatter than me who think that ..as i replace the layer of ricotta . with a thick layer of veggies and shredded mozzarella cheese ..still have the meat but have veggies mixxed in with that ..

          but i learned not to argue about what people think is healthy or not after trying to explain to my mom and my aunt on separate occasions that a fried edd and a scrambled egg are pretty my the same health wise .. and fried egg is not fried food .. unless you dump a bunch of oil in the pan ..
          For the full details for fried Edd, please refer to page 37 in "Jeffery Dahmer's 101 Favorite Low Carb Recipes".
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  • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
    A plate of vipers with a Cyanide chaser,...apparently.

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  • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
    We were in Pittsburgh, and were in a bar with friends.

    They make their wings differently than most places. Breaded slightly..and pretty dry.

    And they gave us a bottle of Chinese Hot Sauce. I had never tried this before.

    So I put some on my wing and took a bite.

    Sweat poured out of my forehead....and it was the best thing I ever tasted.

    I told the people we were with, "If I pass out on the floor, I want you to pour this entire bottle down my throat...until I die."

    Even today, I buy KFC grilled....mostly so I can eat it with Sriracha sauce, and I always have a bottle at home for my eggs, and most sandwiches.

    In the rare event where we visit New Orleans..I always order Gumbo. And it's just amazing.
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    • Profile picture of the author Kurt
      Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

      We were in Pittsburgh, and were in a bar with friends.
      Do you really expect us to believe you were with "friends"?

      Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

      I told the people we were with, "If I pass out on the floor, I want you to pour this entire bottle down my throat...until I die.
      I volunteer! Please pick me! Please pick me!
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      • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
        Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

        Do you really expect us to believe you were with "friends"?


        I volunteer! Please pick me! Please pick me!
        Sure I have friends. They were homeless people...actually cardboard cutouts of homeless people. Actual homeless people won't eat with me.OK, they were imaginary cardboard cutouts of homeless people.

        I lied. I have no friends.

        You have taken my lie and turned it into a sham. I'm getting used to you taking my travesties and turning them into a scam...

        But do not...DO NOT....turn one of my shams into a travesty.
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          Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

          Sure I have friends. They were homeless people...actually cardboard cutouts of homeless people. Actual homeless people won't eat with me.OK, they were imaginary cardboard cutouts of homeless people.

          I lied. I have no friends.

          You have taken my lie and turned it into a sham. I'm getting used to you taking my travesties and turning them into a scam...

          But do not...DO NOT....turn one of my shams into a travesty.
          I'm a lot less interested in your social life than I am in pouring hot sauce down your throat until you die.
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          Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

          Sure I have friends. They were homeless people...actually cardboard cutouts of homeless people. Actual homeless people won't eat with me.OK, they were imaginary cardboard cutouts of homeless people.
          So now you've lowered yourself to disparaging cardboard cutouts of homeless people? Nice!

          Is there no 'bottom' for you?
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          • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
            Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

            Is there no 'bottom' for you?
            I thought that's what you were for.
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          • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
            Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

            So now you've lowered yourself to disparaging cardboard cutouts of homeless people? Nice!

            Is there no 'bottom' for you?

            Why is it that you are always asking me about my bottom?


            Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

            I'm a lot less interested in your social life than I am in pouring hot sauce down your throat until you die.
            Masterful insult. Far better than anything Riffle has ever said.....of course, that's an easy thing to prove.....for example...

            Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

            I though that's what you were for.
            "Thought"...not "Though".....you idiot.

            Oh great! Another Mandela Effect.
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            • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
              Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

              I thought that's what you were for.
              Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post


              "Thought"...not "Though".....you idiot.

              Oh great! Another Mandela Effect.
              Hmmm...not sure what you're talking about.

              Mandela!



              (Also, "thought" isn't capitalized, you drooling dotard.)
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            • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
              Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

              Why is it that you are always asking me about my bottom?
              Because you are always asking me about my front. Fair is fair.
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              • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
                Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

                Because you are always asking me about my front. Fair is fair.

                Dear Dan Riffle;

                This is how you post a joke.

                Notice the difference? Words are spelled correctly. Sentences are completed. The post doesn't smell of bacon and despair.

                Unless you have just suffered a stroke, and then I forgive your shortcomings...and shortgoings.
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                • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
                  Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

                  Dear Dan Riffle;

                  This is how you post a joke.

                  Notice the difference? Words are spelled correctly. Sentences are completed. The post doesn't smell of bacon and despair.

                  Unless you have just suffered a stroke, and then I forgive your shortcomings...and shortgoings.
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              Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

              Why is it that you are always asking me about my bottom?

              Masterful insult. Far better than anything Riffle has ever said.....of course, that's an easy thing to prove.....for example...

              "Thought"...not "Though".....you idiot.

              Oh great! Another Mandela Effect.
              Mandella had his 100 year birth anniversary recently, we are still trying to verify whether he is alive or not?

              Now l have done it!
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  • Profile picture of the author preeti0123
    Home made food.
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    Green Eggs and Ham!

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  • Profile picture of the author TweetSpecialist
    Best food are Chinese meals...
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    • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
      Originally Posted by TweetSpecialist View Post

      Best food are Chinese meals...
      Unless you don't happen to enjoy Chinese food. Have you ever considered that as you go about making your proclamations? lol
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      • Profile picture of the author Ruilk Gold
        Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

        Unless you don't happen to enjoy Chinese food. Have you ever considered that as you go about making your proclamations? lol
        Chinese food is at the bottom of my list lol.

        My favourite is a chain restaurant called Burger & Lobster. the grilled lobster with that sexy creamy garlic sauce is just .FOODASMIC!!!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author Jonathan 2.0
    Originally Posted by stephenrobes View Post

    Hey guys, just tell simple what is the best meal you've ever eaten?
    One of them would have to be the steak meal my Dad cooked me one summer. I think it was a fillet steak with chips, salad, etc. and a bottle of beer. Really enjoyed it. : )
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    Every meal which does not make me sick :p
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  • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
    Kentucky Fried Chicken Wings, Mannheim, Germany. And the mashed potatoes were okay too.
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    • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
      Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

      Kentucky Fried Chicken Wings, Mannheim, Germany. And the mashed potatoes were okay too.
      The best mashed potatoes I've ever eaten were in a little restaurant about two and half hours away in Cologne.

      I'm not sure what they did to make them so delicious, but, if I had to hazard a guess, I'd assume there was more butter than potato.
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        Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

        The best mashed potatoes I've ever eaten were in a little restaurant about two and half hours away in Cologne.

        I'm not sure what they did to make them so delicious, but, if I had to hazard a guess, I'd assume there was more butter than potato.

        Oh yes, mashed potatoes with butter is a must. In Belgium I went to the restaurant Beefeater that served corn-on-the-cob (not fodder like most places) that was covered in sweet butter and all the bar-b-que beef and pork ribs you could eat.



        One block over was an alley where all the restaurants served wild game. All the quail you could eat served with baked or mashed potatoes mixed with a little garlic butter and a little quail juice.
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        • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
          Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

          Oh yes, mashed potatoes with butter is a must. In Belgium I went to the restaurant Beefeater that served corn-on-the-cob (not fodder like most places) that was covered in sweet butter and all the bar-b-que beef and pork ribs you could eat.



          One block over was an alley where all the restaurants served wild game. All the quail you could eat served with baked or mashed potatoes mixed with a little garlic butter and a little quail juice.
          Was that alley in Brussels? I think I've been down that ally. We had game hens and the owner threw in two fifths of Jack Daniels to get us in the door.
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          • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
            Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

            Was that alley in Brussels? I think I've been down that ally. We had game hens and the owner threw in two fifths of Jack Daniels to get us in the door.
            Just as I suspected, you have been down a lot of back alley's in your life.
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            Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

            Was that alley in Brussels? I think I've been down that ally. We had game hens and the owner threw in two fifths of Jack Daniels to get us in the door.

            Yes it was as a matter of fact and at the end o the alley is the start on another alley for rum bars.
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            • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
              Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

              Yes it was as a matter of fact and at the end o the alley is the start on another alley for rum bars.
              There's another alley of nothing but seafood restaurants. We spend a lot of time just walking around negotiating with owners. We never failed to get at least a fifth of whisky.

              Good times.
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              • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
                Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

                There's another alley of nothing but seafood restaurants. We spend a lot of time just walking around negotiating with owners. We never failed to get at least a fifth of whisky.

                Good times.

                The seafood restaurants are my wifes favorites. Introduced my best friend to his future wife that worked in one of the restaurants.


                Yepper, good times.
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  • Profile picture of the author Princess Balestra
    Tempted as I am to showcase summa the real culinary exotica made its way down my throat -- in particular Thai food strikes a real smartass blend between fiery chilli an' coolin' coconut, or mebbe a juicy burger plays all immodest onya cheeks asya chomp crazy through strata upon strata packin' SWEETO DELISH ain't evah gonna fit inya mouth -- sadly my preference rn is for the SPICY WIENER, joyfully springy to the touch an' unaccompanied by no distractin' salad, whose plain an' simple shape I can roll my lips on down till I figure YEAH I GOT A REAL MOUTHFUL HERE -- an' bite.

    Thing is, replay the same question at Christmas, prolly ima go with stuffin' balls.

    I know it is kinda trad to ram evrythin' in the turkey's ass, but I would want always to savor stuffin' as a treat in its own right, which is why I favor balls laid out 'longside THE MAIN BIRD EVENT, figurin' 'em as TASTE SENSATION EGGS been freshly laid.

    Mebbe this year ima get all SELECTIVE with my stuffin' balls an' pluck 'em offa my plate with chopsticks, along with individyool sprouts an' peas.

    Hey -- or jus' slap a wiener in my cranberry!

    Wiener ain't no trad Christmas insider, but for sure I can figure an openin' sumplace.

    tbh, evrywan got their own preferences for flavor an' texture brings their taste buds off, an' I would want always to consider myself an accomodatin' SLICED JACKET POTATER before all MENU SUGGESTION knobsa butter wanna melt sweet an' true on my BEST MEAL YOU'VE EVER EATEN commentary heart.

    Each to their own, but evrywan mainlinin' out on a similarly exquisite concept of YUMMY, I guess --

    or ain't nowan comin' over my place at Christmas brandishin' no CLEARLY NOT A FESTIVE VEGETABLE OR EVEN ALTERNATIVE STUFFIN' STRATEGY kinda wiener they wanna dip out in my mooshilicious cranberry ACCOMPANIMENT?


    Meantime, my current copy rates for restaurant menus're $200 per conceivable COURSE.
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      Originally Posted by Princess Balestra View Post

      Tempted as I am to showcase summa the real culinary exotica made its way down my throat -- in particular Thai food strikes a real smartass blend between fiery chilli an' coolin' coconut, or mebbe a juicy burger plays all immodest onya cheeks asya chomp crazy through strata upon strata packin' SWEETO DELISH ain't evah gonna fit inya mouth -- sadly my preference rn is for the SPICY WIENER, joyfully springy to the touch an' unaccompanied by no distractin' salad, whose plain an' simple shape I can roll my lips on down till I figure YEAH I GOT A REAL MOUTHFUL HERE -- an' bite.

      Thing is, replay the same question at Christmas, prolly ima go with stuffin' balls.

      I know it is kinda trad to ram evrythin' in the turkey's ass, but I would want always to savor stuffin' as a treat in its own right, which is why I favor balls laid out 'longside THE MAIN BIRD EVENT, figurin' 'em as TASTE SENSATION EGGS been freshly laid.

      Mebbe this year ima get all SELECTIVE with my stuffin' balls an' pluck 'em offa my plate with chopsticks, along with individyool sprouts an' peas.

      Hey -- or jus' slap a wiener in my cranberry!

      Wiener ain't no trad Christmas insider, but for sure I can figure an openin' sumplace.

      tbh, evrywan got their own preferences for flavor an' texture brings their taste buds off, an' I would want always to consider myself an accomodatin' SLICED JACKET POTATER before all MENU SUGGESTION knobsa butter wanna melt sweet an' true on my BEST MEAL YOU'VE EVER EATEN commentary heart.

      Each to their own, but evrywan mainlinin' out on a similarly exquisite concept of YUMMY, I guess --

      or ain't nowan comin' over my place at Christmas brandishin' no CLEARLY NOT A FESTIVE VEGETABLE OR EVEN ALTERNATIVE STUFFIN' STRATEGY kinda wiener they wanna dip out in my mooshilicious cranberry ACCOMPANIMENT?


      Meantime, my current copy rates for restaurant menus're $200 per conceivable COURSE.
      now this is shocking but not surprising.. always figure Princess could serve up a such a well flavored post ..haha..
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Hunsons
    It was in GingerBread jewish restaurant located in Arenal Volcano area in Costa Rica. And the dessert "Boca Negro" was so delicious. Can't forget this taste.
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  • Profile picture of the author MadsenRetreat
    Well not fixed, Every Meal which are made by me would be the Best
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  • Profile picture of the author KyeM
    love pork ribs
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  • Profile picture of the author BacklinkzTopper
    Well every dish is different in its own way. But honestly I just loved döner of Istanbul its sooooooo good. And how can I forget Thai curry...
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      Originally Posted by BacklinkzTopper View Post

      Well every dish is different in its own way. But honestly I just loved döner of Istanbul its sooooooo good. And how can I forget Thai curry...

      Oh God yes!
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    Took myself out for lunch, today - seeing as how there is no one who's company I enjoy more.

    Started with a nice spring mix salad with shallot vinaigrette. Followed that up with Pappardelle al tartufo.



    Alabama translation: sketty wit shrooms.

    A couple Stella Artois topped everything off. I skipped desert. Trying to maintain my Tarzan-like physique. Best pasta dish I've had outside of Manhattan. Super yummy.
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      Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

      Took myself out for lunch, today - seeing as how there is no one who's company I enjoy more.

      Started with a nice spring mix salad with shallot vinaigrette. Followed that up with Pappardelle al tartufo.



      Alabama translation: sketty wit shrooms.

      A couple Stella Artois topped everything off. I skipped desert. Trying to maintain my Tarzan-like physique. Best pasta dish I've had outside of Manhattan. Super yummy.

      Alabama translation: shitty wit shrooms. Fixed that fer ya, lol. BTW, next time you need better company I volunteer if you are buying of course


      The Agusta Hotel also serves good pasta dishes that are decent. Down the street is an private basement pub where a lot of international olympians do lunch and they also serve excellent chocolates from the chocolate factory across from the university.
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      • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
        I believe that Adams Ribs at the Chicago Train station has the best ribs on the planet.

        After all others would get on their hands and knees for a takeout order.

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          Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

          After all others would get on their hands and knees for a takeout order.
          Not touching, that.
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            Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

            Not touching, that.
            Hands and knees in the snow for,....geesh, forget it!

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            Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

            Not touching, that.

            Please!!!
            btw, short msg things.
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          Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

          I believe that Adams Ribs at the Chicago Train station has the best ribs on the planet.

          After all others would get on their hands and knees for a takeout order.


          I'm buying. Let's go.
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          • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
            Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

            I'm buying. Let's go.
            I would love to, but it is a fictitious restaurant.

            The Claudette Rooten, Tooten, Hot and Spicy Hot Dog and Gun Range restaurant chain, yeah, that is real.

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              Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post

              I would love to, but it is a fictitious restaurant.

              The Claudette Rooten, Tooten, Hot and Spicy Hot Dog and Gun Range restaurant chain, yeah, that is real.

              LOL, precious!
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        Went to Cape May with my sister and a childhood friend and his wife for lunch, yesterday. The weather called for clouds, all day and a thunderstorm in the afternoon, but at least it was supposed to be hot.

        I was a bit bummed because I so much love driving down the shore with the sun roasting me. Still, we started our trip with the sun making an attempt to peek through the clouds and it was doing a pretty good job. About half way down the sky turned black and it started to spritz. We all laughed when "Let It Rain," by Eric Clapton started playing on the radio (streaming my station, of course). I informed everyone that I was NOT going to surrender to the rain. The rain never came. We enjoyed the rest of the ride on the Garden State Parkway. One of the most beautiful stretches of highway in the southern part of the state.

        I recommended a place that I frequent, and man, did we ever have a great lunch.

        We had fried calamari as offered on the menu (roasted peppers, fried cherry peppers, capers and honey mustard sauce). Whoever dreamt up that concoction should be put to death for crimes against mankind. This dish was created for folks that eat avocado toast and say they like it. No one believes that.

        I had my calamari done the right way. Plain with a side of spicy marinara sauce and a sprinkle of freshly grated Parmesan. Thank you.

        Other appetizers were cajun fried oysters with spicy pepper sauce. Not on mine thank you. Fried oysters are what motivated God to create tartar sauce.

        Lobster mac and cheese was excellent, but it should have been served in a ramekin with a hard crust from a minute under the salamander. Where do these people learn to cook??? Never learned that your eyes sample it before your tongue tastes it.

        Also Italian rice balls stuffed with all kinds of crap. I'm Italian and have never run across those before. Not even something my grandmother ever made. I have had them in Cuban and Puerto Rican restaurants, though.

        I recommended the Italian burger and my friend and his wife went with that. I ordered mine rare, Mike ordered medium (cretin) and his wife, Amy ordered medium-well (I think she's Irish. That says a lot). Shocker of all shockers - every burger was cooked to perfection. That's if, of course, you could ever consider a burger cooked medium-well to be considered, 'perfection.' Epic fail.

        My sister went with crab cake tacos (another culinary abomination created for millennials. I'm surprised there wasn't any kale polluting it).

        The burger is a combination of ground short rib, sirloin and brisket. Topped with roasted sweet red peppers, sautéed spinach, Fontina cheese and a splash of balsamic glaze. Served on a brioche roll. Trust me when I tell you that half the fun was wearing it.

        BTW - our waitress was an 18 year-old local who has begun living in her van as she prepares for a sojourn to visit all 48 contiguous states when the season ends. She said that she was loving it, but was saving for a good mattress since the one she had was like an inch thick. She was a real sweetheart and a really good waitress. We gave her a $100 tip and told her it was to buy the mattress. She was floored. Obviously, I had surpassed my legal limit of two bottles of Stella Artois, but it felt great to do that. I also offered to set-up a vlog for her to document her travels. We'll see if she does that.

        Here it is, folks. One of the best burgers I have ever had, anywhere.



        After lunch I picked-up some chocolate almond bark, rocky road fudge and salt water taffy for the girls at Honey's day care facility.

        The ride home was nicer than the ride down. The sun was shining and the radio was blaring. Great to see my friends, my kid sister whom I love so much and a chance to reflect on how lucky I am to live the life I currently live. Well, I worked hard to get here, but oftentimes, that's simply not enough. Luck/karma need to pitch in.

        Oh, the most amazing thing that happened all day? I went with the salad instead of the fries with my burger. lol My sister almost had a stroke.

        Cheers.
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      • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
        Dog. On a SCUBA vacation in Asia I had a two to three hour bus ride to a dive resort. The bus stopped at a middle class restaurant with a buffet. We were told to ask what the food was before we ate, but I did not, selected what I thought was a soup like hamburger dish on a bed of rice. It was great! Going back for second helping was when I was told it was dog.


        Having traveled the world over I have eaten some crazy things and dog was not the worse I had ever eaten.


        To this day I have not eaten dog since, but man was it good.
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        • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
          Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

          To this day I have not eaten dog since, but man was it good.
          I'm of the mindset that each of us has done something(s) in our lives that are probably best not shared with others, regardless of the circumstances and our level of knowledge, before the fact.

          But, hey - that's just me. I'm funny, that way.
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            Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

            I'm of the mindset that each of us has done something(s) in our lives that are probably best not shared with others, regardless of the circumstances and our level of prior knowledge, before the fact.

            But, hey - that's just me. I'm funny, that way.

            You are right and I thought about that before I said it and I also thought about starting a new thread "worse meal.." but decided to just put it out there. Thing is I could have been told it was Asian caribou, not knowing any better, and could have posted Asian caribou was on e one my best meals. Guess 'when in doubt > ask first' lol.
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              Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

              You are right and I thought about that before I said it
              You stopped thinking too soon.

              and I also thought about starting a new thread "worse meal.." but decided to just put it out there.
              Either way, still TMI. lol

              Thing is I could have been told it was Asian caribou, not knowing any better, and could have posted Asian caribou was on e one my best meals. Guess 'when in doubt > ask first' lol.
              I don't think that many of us have Asian caribou snuggling with us in bed at night and being considered as part of the family.

              Additionally, I'd be up for a piping-hot bowl of Asian caribou stew over basmati rice, any day of the week.
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              • Profile picture of the author Jeffery
                Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

                You stopped thinking too soon.



                Either way, still TMI. lol



                I don't think that many of us have Asian caribou snuggling with us in bed at night and being considered as part of the family.

                Additionally, I'd be up for a piping-hot bowl of Asian caribou stew over basmati rice, any day of the week.

                LMAO seriously!


                Honestly, Asian caribou is just plain Yuck on my Alabama palate. Now the Asian water buffalo "bone marrow" is really good! Only had it once because it is not easy to find on-the-go.
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                • Profile picture of the author OptedIn
                  Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

                  Honestly, Asian caribou is just plain Yuck on my Alabama palate.
                  Alabama palate? That explains a lot. Dem folks eats okra.

                  I would be surprised if dog wasn't daily fare. But, only if it's road kill, of course.
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                    Originally Posted by OptedIn View Post

                    Alabama palate? That explains a lot. Dem folks eats okra.

                    I would be surprised if dog wasn't daily fare. But, only if it's road kill, of course.

                    Sir, I'll have you know that I make a "mean roadkill possum" / possum is always running across my road - it dares not walk


                    Okra with possum, nah hate okra.
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              Originally Posted by Jeffery View Post

              . Thing is I could have been told it was Asian caribou, not knowing any better, and could have posted Asian caribou was on e one my best meals. Guess 'when in doubt > ask first' lol.
              Just don't try the Rocky Mountain Oysters before knowing what they are
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                Originally Posted by DWolfe View Post

                Just don't try the Rocky Mountain Oysters before knowing what they are
                I wouldn't recommend trying them, after you know what they are, either.
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                Originally Posted by DWolfe View Post

                Just don't try the Rocky Mountain Oysters before knowing what they are

                LMAO again. I remember when I was in my early teens and heard that. Asked what it was and was rudely introduced by a couple of bullies. That was the last time thet ever bullied my crew, lol.
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    So far, I think the best meal I've eaten is the broiled seafood platter at Kuki's pub in the town of Swakopmund on the coast of Namibia. The prawns, lobster, fish, scallops, all were great. The South African wine was excellent, the size portions of the food was humongous, and the homemade vanilla was some of the best ice cream I've ever had. Even the freaking hushpuppies were off the chain! Topped off the meal with a shot of Jagermeister.
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  • Profile picture of the author Irina Key
    Have you ever eaten Potato pancakes ( deruny)? It is ukrainian meal. It's very easy and fast!!! https://natashaskitchen.com/deruny-u...3%D0%BD%D0%B8/ Here you an find the recipe with photo and video. It's realy very tasty
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    There are lots.... That's why I am overweight. Trying to loose extra pounds these days.
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    Every food which my mom cooks
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    the food of my parents
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      Originally Posted by edian77 View Post

      the food of my parents
      my gosh you used your parents as ingredients in your favorite recipes .. was you childhood that bad ..

      (i am not seriously thinking you did )
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    The best meal that I had ever eaten was South Indian Thali.
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    I've eaten turtle at some dodgy looking restaurant in the middle of nowhere in Malaysia. My family convinced me that it was chicken and it actually tasted like chicken until they broke the news to me, I had already consumed the entire bowl of food
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    Went to lunch at a few places this week, but one which stood-out, for better or worse, was a joint I wound up at on Wednesday.

    It was an incredibly beautiful day, so I decided to drive into Center City Philadelphia to have lunch with my good buddy Mike, the guy I went to Cape May with along with his wife and my sister, last week.

    My sister knows that I love a good hot dog, so she heard about this place that has hot dog and sausage combinations from all around the world. The Yelp reviews were amazing, so we figured we'd give it a try.

    Since I was really looking forward to having some ice cold brewskis, I decided to drive to just this side of the Walt Whitman bridge and take the PATCO train into the city. Man, was that one of the best moves I ever made and the experience has me committed to making many more trips into the city for for food, before the summer draws to a close.

    First - it was $5 for a round-trip fare from the station where I parked to a stop, two blocks from the restaurant. A 10 minute ride. The trains was so modern and spotless that I thought I was in Shanghai. I couldn't believe my eyes. It would have cost me $5 to cross the bridge, so I was net even at this point. The parking was free, just feet from the terminal and that saved me $26 for 2+ hours of parking in the city. The best part was not driving down those skinny streets, many of which are no wider than they were when they signed the Declaration of Independence at Independence Hall. That was at 5th and Chestnut and I was going to 11th and Walnut.

    I got there before Mike, as usual, so I chatted-up the bartender about what was on tap and the menu. He was nice enough to give me sample swigs of 5 or 6 of the craft beers on tap, none of which moved me. That Stella Artois really has me spoiled. Damn, that's a good beer.

    Finally settled on a pilsner, as after that many samples, they all started to taste the same.

    I spent a while perusing the menu. Some really strange concoctions, to be sure. One was from Vietnam made out of python sausage, one from Louisiana made from alligator and shrimp sausage. The toppings were endless and bordered on bizarre.

    Mike showed up and we got down to business. We both ordered Chicago dogs. While they were assembled totally correctly, mine had about a half a jar of mustard on it and was a disgusting mess. It wound up a soggy mustard mess on my plate and I was less than pleased. The roll was custom baked on premises and was more like Texas toast. Three times as thick as it needed to be. I wound up sliding the dog out of the goop and eating just that. Major disappointment.

    My second dog was called the Italian. I believe the sausage was 'wild boar,' if I remember correctly, topped with provolone cheese, broccoli rabe and scallions. I didn't even bite into it. I had never seen broccoli rabe THAT shade of green and there was no way that was going down my gullet.

    Mike's second dog was a traditional bratwurst with kraut, spicy mustard and onions. He devoured both of his with nary a complaint and I caught him eying my plate. The guy is an animal.

    We split an order of fries. They were awful. The first time they were served they were encrusted in salt. (New guy on the deep fryer, I was told). The reorder, though less salty were still horrible. It was like the oil was a week old. Just plain nasty.

    So, let's tally this up. Four dogs, four beers, one french fry = $70.00. Add a $20 tip and it's $90, no matter how you slice it. lol

    The least expensive dog was $5.25 and the most expensive was $17.50. A pint of beer was $7.50 to $9.00.

    Not my best experience, but like I said, all of the Yelp reviews were 5 Star. I think my problem is that owning two restaurants in my past (well, one was a traditional diner), has me spoiled. If you're going to be serving hot dogs and nothing else, they better be the best dogs on the planet. These, I'm sorry to report, were an epic fail.

    At least the ride home was orgasmic. Hot, bright sunshine, no hint of a buzz, so all was good.

    Before leaving I did go by the diner I used to own at 2nd and Market streets in Olde City. It's now owned by one of the hottest restaurant guys in Philly and he turned it into a cocktail bar. The food, I am told is just an afterthought. That place sure has some history. No - I don't miss getting up at 4 AM to open at 5AM to serve $1.69 breakfast plates to compete against the diner across the street. lol That said, we did serve the best smothered pork chops in the city. Those, I certainly do miss.

    Cheers.

    http://www.destinationdogs.com/

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    Had to make my own lunch today after a week eating hospital food. Mashed potatoes and dinty moore beef stew! Oops there it is, smile. It has a 2 star review at Hormel dot com, go figure. All consumers had to do was add a little possum gravy.
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