What is your favourite food?

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BBQ Ribs!! With or without the smoky barbecue sauce!

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  • Profile picture of the author David Braybrooke
    Obviously not the small size dim sum either. (Above image now edited).
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    • Profile picture of the author DotComBum
      Originally Posted by David Braybrooke View Post

      Obviously not the small size dim sum either.
      Oh I thought everyone here have large monitors LOL
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      • Profile picture of the author David Braybrooke
        Originally Posted by DotComBum View Post

        Oh I thought everyone here have large monitors LOL
        I was on my iPad at the time. Cheers.
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  • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
    Nice but you cant beat a good Indian meal.

    Indian:

    Chicken Tika Balti Madras (hot)
    Pilau Rice
    Kema Nan Bread. (Stuffed with tandoori minced meat)
    Onion baji's

    One of my favorite combinations

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    British Roast lamb dinner (Second choice):

    British boneless lamb roast dinner with roast potatoes, peas and carrots, lashings of bisto gravy and of course, mint sauce (not the jelly)
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    • Profile picture of the author DotComBum
      Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

      Nice but you cant beat a good Indian meal.

      Indian:

      Chicken Tika Balti Madras (hot)
      Pilau Rice
      Kema Nan Bread. (Stuffed with tandoori minced meat)
      Onion baji's

      One of my favorite combinations

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      British Roast lamb dinner (Second choice):

      British boneless lamb roast dinner with roast potatoes, peas and carrots, lashings of bisto gravy and of course, mint sauce (not the jelly)
      Curry fish head is nice, and also I like curry with rice.
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    • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
      Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

      Nice but you cant beat a good Indian meal.

      Indian:

      Chicken Tika Balti Madras (hot)
      Pilau Rice
      Kema Nan Bread. (Stuffed with tandoori minced meat)
      Onion baji's

      One of my favorite combinations

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      British Roast lamb dinner (Second choice):

      British boneless lamb roast dinner with roast potatoes, peas and carrots, lashings of bisto gravy and of course, mint sauce (not the jelly)
      Both of those sound nice, for the record, I'd be very happy to tuck into everything mentioned so far.

      Out of interest, do you get British lamb and Bisto in America? I had that last Sunday and it was lovely.

      I must admit, I'm a bit partial to a nicely done Beef Wellington...

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      • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
        Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

        Both of those sound nice, for the record, I'd be very happy to tuck into everything mentioned so far.

        Out of interest, do you get British lamb and Bisto in America? I had that last Sunday and it was lovely.

        I must admit, I'm a bit partial to a nicely done Beef Wellington...

        Being a Brit living in Texas I miss a lot of British dishes. Lamb is expensive too but make the effort to buy some and make the dish. There are British sections too (small) in some big stores and some small British stores around but all expensive. The lamb is probably from New Zealand in both countries come to think of it but still think of a roast dinner like described a British dish. So much beef in the US, lamb is a minority meat.

        The bisto (granules) you can buy here but when I go back to the UK I stock up on bisto, marmite and a few other things.

        Indian places, good ones difficult to find In TX. The UK has a plethora of them of course!
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        • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
          Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

          For me, I always come back to the classic: a nice two inch aged Delmonico steak, crusted in salt and pepper and topped with a sauce of butter, Thai chili paste and Herbs de Provence. A side of garlic mashed and a Caesar salad to start. Stout with the meal and finish with a port and creme brulee.
          You're such a tart Dan. Now when can I pop over for dinner? You might just have inspired my Saturday meal.

          Originally Posted by lanfear63 View Post

          Being a Brit living in Texas I miss a lot of British dishes. Lamb is expensive too but make the effort to buy some and make the dish. There are British sections too (small) in some big stores and some small British stores around but all expensive. The lamb is probably from New Zealand in both countries come to think of it but still think of a roast dinner like described a British dish. So much beef in the US, lamb is a minority meat.

          The bisto (granules) you can buy here but when I go back to the UK I stock up on bisto, marmite and a few other things.

          Indian places, good ones difficult to find In TX. The UK has a plethora of them of course!
          That makes more sense. I thought your food taste was a bit similar to mine. A lot of the lamb here is New Zealand too, very nice though. Frankly, my Sundays are incomplete, especially in winter, without a roast of some description.

          Toast wouldn't be the same without Marmite either! As for the Indian food, I can't get enough of it. We get a lot of Thai restaurants serving in the kitchens of pubs now too. Some pubs stopped serving food and the kitchens were being wasted, local Thai families came along and offered them deals to allow them to cook for customers and offer takeaways at a lowered rent. There are quite a few now and it makes a change from town microwaved pub grub when you find one.

          If you're ever over here in the future we can go to a pub and have a beer and a nice roast.
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          • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
            By the way David, I just thanked your OP because I think this thread has given me some superb ideas for the next few weeks food, and I'm not having a barbecue this summer without some of those ribs in your photo.

            I would genuinely attempt to eat all of that.
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          • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
            Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

            You're such a tart Dan. Now when can I pop over for dinner? You might just have inspired my Saturday meal.

            Does "tart" mean something different in jolly ol' England?

            Come over anytime. I make a delicious lamb souvlaki, by the way. We'll sip some scotch, guzzle some good beer, and maybe find a way to get arrested. All in the name of international relations, mind you.
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            • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
              Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

              Does "tart" mean something different in jolly ol' England?

              Come over anytime. I make a delicious lamb souvlaki, by the way. We'll sip some scotch, guzzle some good beer, and maybe find a way to get arrested. All in the name of international relations, mind you.
              It's a friendly comical term for someone. It's a strange one. Example - You me and Claude May go to the beach and buy some chips to wander along and eat while we exchange pleasantries. I may have salt and vinegar on mine, CLaude may have tomato ketchup. You may have lashings of caviar and shavings of expensive black truffle on yours.

              It's at that point, Claude and I would say "oh Dan, you're such a tart". It's certainly not a jam eating thingy or anything rude.

              Lamb, scotch, beer and mischief sounds like just the ticket! International relations would come full circle if this took place. I could become the English and much older version of Justin Bieber.
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              • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
                Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

                It's a friendly comical term for someone. It's a strange one. Example - You me and Claude May go to the beach and buy some chips to wander along and eat while we exchange pleasantries. I may have salt and vinegar on mine, CLaude may have tomato ketchup. You may have lashings of caviar and shavings of expensive black truffle on yours.

                It's at that point, Claude and I would say "oh Dan, you're such a tart". It's certainly not a jam eating thingy or anything rude.

                Lamb, scotch, beer and mischief sounds like just the ticket! International relations would come full circle if this took place. I could become the English and much older version of Justin Bieber.

                Well, that makes much more sense. Over here, a tart is a pastry or a slut.

                Second, never eat French fries with Claude. He likes to suck the salt off before eating the fries. The visual is disconcerting at best.

                If you're the new Bieber, can I be your Little Twist? Did I get that reference right and, if so, should I just go and put a bullet in my head?
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                • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
                  Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

                  Well, that makes much more sense. Over here, a tart is a pastry or a slut.
                  Such is the oddness of my version of English, tart can be both of those as well. Depends on who or what it's directed at. You can now use it to refer to anyone.

                  Second, never eat French fries with Claude. He likes to suck the salt off before eating the fries. The visual is disconcerting at best.
                  I've just been sick in my mouth.

                  If you're the new Bieber, can I be your Little Twist? Did I get that reference right and, if so, should I just go and put a bullet in my head?
                  I just meant getting arrested. He's doing quite well at it. What's the little twist? I'm behind on something again
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                  • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
                    Originally Posted by Richard Van

                    I just meant getting arrested. He's doing quite well at it. What's the little twist? I'm behind on something again
                    Lil' Twist is one of The Bieb's homies. I think.
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                    • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
                      Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

                      Lil' Twist is one of The Bieb's homies. I think.
                      Well if you're right Dan, the reference to popping a bullet in your brain is completely understandable.

                      We could get drunk, find something to get arrested for, then just pretend we're Justin? Or Mylie Cyrus. I can only tell them apart when her tongues sticking out, which thankfully is permanently.
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                • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
                  Originally Posted by Dan Riffle View Post

                  Second, never eat French fries with Claude. He likes to suck the salt off before eating the fries. The visual is disconcerting at best.
                  I've looked at this line for over a minute. And...anything I can come up with, just makes it worse.

                  Round two; Riffle.

                  And why are you fantasizing about me sucking salt off of a french fry? Stop it.

                  Ha! Take that, Riffle!
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                  • Profile picture of the author lanfear63
                    Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

                    I've looked at this line for over a minute. And...anything I can come up with, just makes it worse.

                    Round two; Riffle.

                    And why are you fantasizing about me sucking salt off of a french fry? Stop it.

                    Ha! Take that, Riffle!
                    What about the time when you ran out of saliva and Dan had to suck the salt off for you?
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      • Profile picture of the author IMBlest
        Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

        Both of those sound nice, for the record, I'd be very happy to tuck into everything mentioned so far.

        Out of interest, do you get British lamb and Bisto in America? I had that last Sunday and it was lovely.

        I must admit, I'm a bit partial to a nicely done Beef Wellington...

        I've never had beef wellington but that picture look awesome!

        Now you've got me looking for a restaurant that serves beef wellington in the tri-state area.
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  • Profile picture of the author David Braybrooke
    Rogan Josh. Yum, yum!

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  • Profile picture of the author surgematrix
    Chinese Fried rice and baby shrimps.
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    • Profile picture of the author David Braybrooke
      Originally Posted by surgematrix View Post

      Chinese Fried rice and baby shrimps.
      Something like this? All steamy and mouthwatering, with those plump juicy shrimps bursting with delicious flavour.

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  • Profile picture of the author thunderbird
    My favorite food is mole poblano, I'm not sure if a photograph can make it look good to someone not familiar with it.
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    • Profile picture of the author David Braybrooke
      Originally Posted by thunderbird View Post

      My favorite food is mole poblano,
      Delicious. I would love!

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    I like vegetarian food.
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      Would have to be pizza.
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        • Profile picture of the author KimW
          Originally Posted by bevanrock View Post

          My fav. food is Roated Duck
          I have to ask....how do you roat a duck?
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          • Profile picture of the author Dennis Gaskill
            Originally Posted by KimW View Post

            I have to ask....how do you roat a duck?
            In roating pan, silly. Jut add pice or a good auce.
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  • Profile picture of the author Brady Partridge
    It's a three way tie for me: fish and chips in beer batter, roast chicken with crispy potatoes, and homemade pizza.
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  • Profile picture of the author GforceSage
    Carnitas or El Pastor (BBQ pork) Taco in a homemade crispy tortilla shell.

    Favorite Dessert: Chocolate Peanut butter ice cream, over a warm brownie, covered in Hot Fudge and Pecans.
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  • Profile picture of the author koyal
    My favourite food is Rajma with Rice.
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  • Profile picture of the author taskemann
    Anything with meat, a lot of tender meat. And a good sauce. Mmhhh.
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    Whole Barbecued Fish
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Ten
    I have a lot of favorite foods. If I can just pick one, then maybe Ika Tempura (Japanese fried squid).
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  • Profile picture of the author IMBlest
    LOL!!! It's past 2:00 am where I am and all this talk of food is making me HUNGRY!
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  • Profile picture of the author seangrasshopper
    Well for me it has to be a hot Balti curry with onion bhajis or a italian style pizza with hot peppers.
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    It just makes me want to cry, it's soooo beautiful.
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  • Profile picture of the author JimDucharme
    I gotta go with Rich on this one! Beef Wellington rocks! Even those little ones they pass out at marketing events. I also love Scotch Eggs. No one ever understands why I like those, but I do.



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    • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
      Originally Posted by JimDucharme View Post

      I gotta go with Rich on this one! Beef Wellington rocks! Even those little ones they pass out at marketing events. I also love Scotch Eggs. No one ever understands why I like those, but I do.


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      Don't worry Jim, I like them too. I've even seen scotch eggs made with an ostrich egg...Might be a bit too much though.

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  • Profile picture of the author Kurt
    Pizza, tacos, lasagna, milk shakes, enchiladas, cheeseburgers, roast beef with mashed potatoes and gravy, just about any recipe for potatoes (french fries, rebaked, hash browns, hash browns with green chile and cheese, fried with onions, augratin, etc), bacon, sandwiches with double cheese, and porterhouse steak.

    Basically, the stuff that will kill me. Now I'm hungry...off to get me some nuts and OJ.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dan Riffle
    Every option listed above sounds fantastic.

    For me, I always come back to the classic: a nice two inch aged Delmonico steak, crusted in salt and pepper and topped with a sauce of butter, Thai chili paste and Herbs de Provence. A side of garlic mashed and a Caesar salad to start. Stout with the meal and finish with a port and creme brulee.
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  • Profile picture of the author HeySal
    Just one? Right. That's going to happen in my lifetime.

    Chili Rellenos (sp) topped with chili verda (the kind with pork)
    Fried scallops
    Lobster/crab
    Stuffed Grape Leaves (lemon, not tomato sauce)
    Lasagna

    whimper ....got. to. stop. now.

    See ya'll later, I've gotta get something to eat.......fast.
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    Tender sheep meat cooked with tomato and chilli
    No other food is more tasty than this for me in the whole globe
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    • Profile picture of the author IMBlest
      Originally Posted by datingworld View Post



      Tender sheep meat cooked with tomato and chilli
      No other food is more tasty than this for me in the whole globe
      That does look good!

      Do you have the recipe for this? I would love to try it.
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        Originally Posted by IMBlest View Post

        That does look good!

        Do you have the recipe for this? I would love to try it.
        am also find the recipe of this meal. pls help us to find them guys.
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    My favorite one is Chicken Fried Hot Wings
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    Macaroni and Cheese! Pizza!
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  • Profile picture of the author David Braybrooke
    Another use for food!

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  • Profile picture of the author David Braybrooke
    Back to the food. Found this picture of the world's largest steak. What a meal!

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    • Profile picture of the author Claude Whitacre
      Originally Posted by David Braybrooke View Post

      Back to the food. Found this picture of the world's largest steak. What a meal!
      Was that from a Brontosaurus?
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      • Profile picture of the author David Braybrooke
        Originally Posted by Claude Whitacre View Post

        Was that from a Brontosaurus?
        I dunno. It happened somewhere in Spain I believe. My Spanish no good Señor!

        This stadium sized pizza is capturing my attention! It's time to supersize this food thread people!
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        • Profile picture of the author Kay King
          My absolute favorites are simple - almost all the things Kurt mentioned - plus the sandwich basket from a little family-owned diner (third or fourth generation) in Indiana.

          Right now I want a rice bowl with pork from Chipotle's - but there's no Chipotle's around here. Bummer.

          An old timey favorite is toast made with salt rising bread - I order the bread online from a bakery in Pennsylvania. Good stuff.
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      • Profile picture of the author tagiscom
        Originally Posted by DotComBum View Post

        Oh I thought everyone here have large monitors LOL

        Gee, and l was going to say "Polar Bear Burgers" not until l read the dates.

        Originally Posted by PaulSch View Post

        I thought your favourite food would be spam.
        Paul, l am agast that a distinguished, and long term member would stoop to such low standards as to bump up an ancient, and deadly dull post.


        But since you are derailing, trashing and other accepted methods of entertainment, not a problem.


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          Originally Posted by tagiscom View Post


          Paul, l am agast that a distinguished, and long term member would stoop to such low standards as to bump up an ancient, and deadly dull post.


          But since you are derailing, trashing and other accepted methods of entertainment, not a problem.
          Is this a new year thing - being a gast?

          It's a fair cop and all I can say in my defence is that a spammer dug up this thread, I made a snarky reply to the spammer and reported the spam and in a movement like greased lightning and with mega streamlined efficiency the mods immediately removed the offending post, well after a day or two, and I am left looking like a dickwad for bumping old threads.

          I do have to say that I wear the dickwad look very well, like the style guru that I am.
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  • Profile picture of the author garyv
    There's a happy wok down the road from me that has been using the same Chinese cook/chef for the last 20 years. Most people drive by this fast-food hole in the wall without realizing the treasure stored within it's walls. - About a decade ago this cook introduced me to his own version of General Tso's chicken. He said that it's a cure all, and he wasn't lying. I now order it any time I'm feeling under the weather, and it has never failed to make me feel better...
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  • Profile picture of the author Hail Eris
    Sushi! Never met a piece of sushi I didn't like. Eels, salmon, any of it.

    Not sure I'd like horse sashimi, though, if you can even find it anywhere anymore.
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    Anything cooked by my mom !!!!
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    • Profile picture of the author David Braybrooke
      Originally Posted by constructor View Post

      Anything cooked by my mom !!!!
      Yes please! Home cooking is the best. Stews, pies, cakes, biscuits etc. Apple pie with homemade icecream. And fudge!
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  • Profile picture of the author workoutstuff1
    Probably cheesecake. I love the chocolate flavors, and New York style topped with cherries or plain.
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    and to finish it:

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  • Profile picture of the author Rigpa
    My favorite food is chocolate. Marabou in particular...
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    Potatoes - of all kinds. Baked, mashed, fried, potato chips... anything. :p
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      My Favourite is Bread, Vegetable etc.. Its a very useful item for human body.. you can also try it . . spam link
      I thought your favourite food would be spam.
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  • Profile picture of the author Oliver Rupčić
    I like a asian curry with peanut sauce veggies meat rice hot.

    Lately I like minced beef fried in its own fat meaning no butter or oil added.

    Used to like grilled cheese.

    Like fruit cups with Pineapples.

    The combination of something healthy that tastes good.

    Quest bars are crazy, ate just one thus far but really "clean" fitness food and great taste and satisfying. Im not buying them however as one is 2.5 Euro, and Im so big I can easily eat 3 for a meal.

    Used to love 4%fat potatoe fries, baked in the oven no fat added, with ketchup and spread over it a bunch of low fat cheese.
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    Peas soup n dumplings with stew beef, ham, potatoes, carrots, salt beef, mini cut spare ribs...mmmmm
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    Man I love sushi! There are many great sushi places in Toronto and Mississauga.
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    My Favorite Food is Onion Dosa.
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    Pizzzaaaaa
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    You ever eat a raw onion like an apple?
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    My favorite foods are crab and dark chocolate.
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    I had some pretty fantastic food over the holidays but you can't go past a good lobster.
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    Chinese Fried rice with chicken chili.
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    A good bowl of vietnamese pho hits the spot just about any day.

    Other than that...Mexican food. Burritos, tacos, chips, and salsa. It fills you up at a reasonable price and is ridiculously delicious.
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    I like mexican food
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    Spring roll in Vietnam :p
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