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Old 12-16-2004, 09:34 PM   #1
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Your Top 25 favorite meals

Feel free to edit your posts in this thread as you think this over.

1. A Corned Beef Sandwich (those over stuffed ones)
2. BBQ Ribs
3. Clam Chowder with Bacon
4. Blt with lots of bacon
5. Canned Corn Beef Hash
6.Stuffed Grape Leaves(lamb,beef,rice)
7. Swedish Meatballs with Mashed Potatoes
8. Roast Pork with Gravy
9. Smoked Sausage,Keilbasa,Kraut,and mashed potatoes
.......to be continued. Get the idea......edit it as you need to.....subtract ..or add. ....just keep workin on the list. I am curious what
we all come up with.

10. Deep Fried Chicken Livers and Gizzards
11. Prime rib....medium rare.
12. Crab Cakes
13. Gumbo
14. Fish & Chips
15. Fried Chicken
16. Beef Liver with Onions and Bacon
17. Fried Chicken Livers with Onions and Bacon
18. Lasagna
19. Kibbee
20.Fried Clams
21.Porterhouse Steak
22.Kentucky Fried Chickem
23.White Castle Hamburgers
24.Corned Beef Sandwich from the Bread Basket
25. Pizza

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Old 12-16-2004, 09:55 PM   #2
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hmmm... lemme think

1) steak
2) ribs
3) pork chops
4) roast beef
5)pork roast w/ kraut
6) all of the above w/ mashed tatos
7) chili
8) lasagna
9) sweet italian sausage sandwiches
10) blt's
11) tomato soup w/ grilled cheese sandwiches
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Old 12-16-2004, 09:58 PM   #3
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Absolutely impossible to even begin.
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Old 12-16-2004, 10:04 PM   #4
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1.)oysters on the half w/lemon and salt
2.)filet and a baked potato w/ sour creaam
3.)lamb rib chops, pepper-encrusted, and salad
4.)sushi/sashimi
5.)tuna steak and wilted early-pick baby spinach in garlic and olive oil
6.)homemade baked macaroni and cheese
7.)angelhair, parm. reg., olive oil, hot pepper flakes, salt and pepper, lots of garlic
8.)delmonico steak and baked potato
9.)crab legs
10.)crab cakes
11.)meatballs
12.)steak or chicken dinner salads w/ fries and mozzarella
13.)Dad's roast chicken
14.)my cornish game hens
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Old 12-16-2004, 11:34 PM   #5
 
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Only 25?

Which gets "booted" whenever one of us meets with another and comes up with a regional delicacy that the guest has never experienced?

"Cooking" can be a wonderful world of learning, advancing or reaching back...to confine to 25 things is just about "heartless", Bang!

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Old 12-17-2004, 12:51 AM   #6
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25 top meals, that is a really hard one. Hmmm!

1. Lasagna
2. Spaghetti
3. Beef, Been and Cheese Burritos
4. Cheese and Onion Enchaladas
5. Broccoli and Cheese Soup
6. Potato and Cheese Soup
7. Reuben Sandwich
8. Chili Mac
9. Chef Salad
10. Pizza
11. Steak and Lobster
12. Oatmeal
13. Cream of Wheat
14. Tomato Sandwich
15. Mashed Potatoes w/Butter
16. Green Beans Cooked on low with Bacon and new Potatoes
17. Home-Made Macaroni and Cheese
18. Home-Made Chicken and Noodles
19. Beef tongue, Heart and gizzard
20. Turkey
21.Stir-Fry
22. Sweet and Sour Chicken
23. Chicken Salad
24. Potato Salad
25. Egg Salad

That was hard to think about
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Old 12-17-2004, 01:01 AM   #7
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This really is a tough one.

In no particular order:

1. Thai green curry
2. beef and bean burritos
3. spaghetti and meatballs like mom used to make
4. sushi (this isn't actually a meal, but a food)
5. grilled vegetables with loads of garlic (zucchini, peppers, onions, potatoes) This along with a steak is pure heaven

Will have to stop here and get ready for work. Has anybody ever told you this site is addicting?

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Old 12-17-2004, 07:53 AM   #8
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ummmmmm....

1-sweet and sour shrimp.
2-chicken chow mein.
3-macaroni cooked in tomato,spinach and cheese sauce.
4-spagettie.
5-fried chicken.
6-roast chicken.
7-mashed potatoes with butter.
8-beef steak.
9-pizza.
10-veggie and bean burritos.
11-biryani.
12-cole slaw with sausages and black olives.
13-mince meat stuffed bell peppers.
14-egg rolls.
15-hummus with tahini.
16-onion rings.
17-chinese fried rice.

can i add desserts in the list? i love desserts! :)
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Old 12-17-2004, 08:16 AM   #9
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Some favorite combos, not in any order:

red beans and rice with ham hocks
meatloaf with mushroom gravy, mashed potatoes, peas
ham, cornbread, sweet potatoes
roast chicken, rosemary roasted potatoes, green beans
short ribs braised in red wine or beer over noodles, spring greens salad
shrimp etouffee over rice
pork chops simmered in chili sauce, onions, and wine over rice
prime rib, baked potato with butter/sour cream on side, butter lettuce and tomato salad
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Old 12-17-2004, 06:31 PM   #10
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1. Grilled salmon w/wasabi, garlic, lemon zest; baked potatoe, asparagus
2. Grilled steak w/herbs & Garlic, mashed w/buttermilk, garlic,chives
3. Stuffed pork chop, au gratin potatoes and vegies
4. Baked herbed chicken, roasted pots w/herbs. salad
5. Prime rib w/Yorkshire Pudding, roasted pots, vegie
6. Grilled tuna w/herbs, rice pilaf, vegie
7. CHeese burger and fries w/Red Robin special BBQ for dipping
8. Fish and chips with cole slaw
9. Norwegian meatballs, mashed pots, cucumber/onion & vinegar
10. BBQ Baby backs, fries, cole slaw
11. Shrimp scampi, penne w/evoo and parmasean reggiano, salad
12. Shrimp coctail, rumaki, potatoe skins, baked brie, all appetizer meal
13. Ham and 2 cheese pinnini w/potatoe salad
14. Ham steak, au gratin pots, roasted delicatta
15. Roasted turkey like at thanksgiving
16. Beef Stroganoff, noodles, asparagus
17. Halibut broiled w/parmasean, zest and herbs, baked pots, vegies
18. Meat loaf, mashed and vegies
19. Eggs benedict with lox instead of Canadian bacon
20. Cheese encillada, chicken taco, black beans and fajita vegies
21. Nachos with everything and lots of guacamole and the dollop
22. Egg rolls, almond chicken
23. Tomatoe bisque soup with garlic toast and a cesar salad
24. Cobb salad
25. Lutefisk, meatballs, boiled/parsley pots, silt

Whew that was hard coming up with 25, I almost live everything and would probably include the 25 of everyone here. I like a variety of foods. Do not cook much with a crock pot as I live alone and do not like leftovers.
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