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Old 12-17-2004, 06:38 PM   #11
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In no particular order

1 sushi (it's gonna count as one of mine Pam! LOL)
2 chicken curry and spiced rice
3 basil oil, proscuitto, water-packed mozzarella, tomato, roasted red pepper panino
4 Texas pork ribs and sauerkraut
5 Korean style pork ribs
6 Ceviche - shrimp or scallop
7 beer butt chicken
8 a good steak on the grill
9 tender roast with carrots, celery, onions, mushrooms and mashed potatoes
10 big fat hot dog with saurkraut and beer mustard
11 extra rare hamburger with provolone, lettuce, tomato, and red onion
12 Huge meatballs made with ground beef, pork, and veal with spaghetti and a salad
13 mustard chicken, mashed potatotes, corn
14 crab cakes made with roasted red pepper puree

(more to come)


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Old 12-17-2004, 07:28 PM   #12
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Anything anyone else prepares...
except liver

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Old 12-17-2004, 09:27 PM   #13
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Wow BIG question here...but here goes
1. MAINE LOBSTER steamed, boiled, baked, or grilled
2. Lasagna
3. Baby back ribs (falling off the bone tender)
4. Roast pork (falling off the bone tender)
5. Rib eye or Strip Steak
6. Chowder (fish, clam, lobster, corn, southwest)
7. Sea Scallops the nice big ones
8. Steamed Clams
9. Steamed Mussels
10. Fresh Haddock
11. Turkey - good anytime of year
12. Pizza - Delivery preferred
13. Sausage Gravy Biscuts
14. BLT
15. Bacon and egg sanwich
16. Red Beans and rice
17. Beef Bourganion (sp)
18. Fried Chicken
19. Fried clams
20. Blue Cheese Burgers
21. Camping food (We eat GOOD when camping)
22. Appetizers for supper
23. Chili
24. French Onion Soup
25. Last but not least - Corn on the Cob
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Old 12-17-2004, 11:12 PM   #14
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1. tacos
2. enchiladas
3. lasagna
4. taco salad
5. hamburgers with potato or macaroni salad and baked beans
6. kung pao chicken, egg rolls, pork chow mein
7. bulgogi
8. beef stew
9. Thai-style beef jantaboon
10. fried chicken, gravy, and mashed potatoes
11. lemon chicken
12. tri-tip
13. tostadas
14. spicy korean beef noodles
15. chili with cornbread
16. chicken piccata
17. Italian pasta salad
18. Chinese chicken salad
19. chile rellenos with refried beans
20. chile verde
21. ribbon meatloaf
22. Mexican spuds
23. Chinese pepper steak
24. Oriental meatballs
25. Green chile chicken enchilada casserole
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Old 12-18-2004, 10:26 AM   #15
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1. Standing rib roast with Yorkshire pud.
2. Fried cured pork chops with red-eye gravy.
3. Fried Ipswich clams.
4. Baked stuffed lobster.
5. Raw cherrystone clams.
6. Fried cherrystone clams.
7. Fried razor clams.
8. Raw oysters.
9. Fried oysters.
10. Steamed Ipswich clams.
11. Lobster a'la Americaine.
12. Fried scallops.
13. Sashimi (hold the octopus, please).
14. Chicken mole.
15. Chicken pot pie.
16. Cassoulet.
17. Chicken fried steak.
18. Sauerbraten.
19. Roast duck.
20. Venison.
21. Sliders (White Castle hamburgers).
22. Rack of lamb.
23. Fingerling catfish (that I cannot get anymore).
24. Hamburgers made with home ground beef.
25. Anything anyone will cook for me.
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Old 12-18-2004, 10:28 AM   #16
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1. my next one
25. my next one

It seems like taste buds get along really well, just by their name...
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Old 12-18-2004, 12:52 PM   #17
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1. Lobster and crab legs
2. Lobster fixed any way
3. Cheeseburger and fries
4. Steak fillet with stuffed mushrooms
5. Chicken stuffed with goat cheese and spinach and then breaded and fried or baked (I'm not sure wich way it is done)
6. Horseradish crusted salmon
7. chicken tenders with honey mustard sauce
8. Nachos
9. Fried chicken with mashed potatoes and mac and cheese
10. Chicken Tikka Masala
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Old 12-18-2004, 01:21 PM   #18
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1) Curried lentils. Its so simple and good!
2) Instant ramen with frozen vegetables. I cant get sick of it.
3) Red beans and rice with lots of Texas pete. Some sausage helps too.
4) Chipotle meatballs.
5) My stuffed cabage rolls on sourkraut.
6) Crazydoughs buffalo chicken pizza
7) Crazydoughs ruben pizza.
8) Bisteq ranchero.
9) Soft steamed tacos in a puddle of runny beans.
10) Fresh tamales.
11) freshly made tortillas.
12) Spicy eel sushi roll (the sauce is just garlic chili paste and mayo).
13) Cochinita pivil (crock pot pulled pork with chili, vinagre, orange juice and some other nice things)
14) A real heart attack inducing burger.
15) Sag paneer.
16) A good and greasy fresh made fried rice. Especialy Singapore rice noodle style.
17) Beer. What?!
18) Mole, especially when it has been doctored up with tortilla ash and Abuelita brand chocolate.
19) Soba noodles with a little green tea and a touch of soysace.
20) Rice noodles in rice vinager, imitation crab meat and cucomber slices.
21) Sticky rice with mango on it.
22) Meatloaf.
23) A big and hearty lasagna with plenty of vegetables in it.
24) Fresh garden salad with balsamic.
25) Every other dish out there.
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Old 12-18-2004, 03:59 PM   #19
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hmmmm Let's see... In no particular order:

1. Tostadas
2. Prime rib
3. Lasagna
4. Porcupine meatballs
5. Tuna noodle casserole
6. Meatloaf
7. Stuffed cabbage
8. Spanish rice
9. Chop suey
10. Corned beef and cabbage
11. Drunk chicken (marinated in sherry, with parsley)
12. Scalloped potatoes with ham
13. Liver and onions (only my own--I don't trust anyone else's!)
14. Lamb chops
15. Leg of lamb
16. Pork roast with applesauce
17. Beef stew
18. Pot roast with gravy, whole potatoes, carrots, and onions
19. Macaroni and cheese
20. Buffalo
21. Salad with lots of tomatoes and avocado, and bleu cheese dressing
22. Fried chicken
23. Country style ribs baked with sauerkraut
24. Barbecued short ribs
25. Enchiladas
25 1/2. Tamale pie
25 3/4. Ham and beans, with corn bread

Probably more to come!

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Old 12-18-2004, 05:01 PM   #20
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Not in any order:
1 Chicken Parmasean
2 Spaghetti and Meatballs
3 Brisket and Potato Latkas (mine)
4 Lamb Shanks (mine)
5 Short Ribs (mine)
6 Southern Fried Chicken (mine)...but open to try
7 Steamed Lobster
8 Veal Marsala
9 Grilled Veal Chop
10 T Bone on the grill
11 Hanger Steak w/french fries
12 Prime Ribs med rare, baked potato w/sourcream

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