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Old 11-03-2011, 09:57 PM   #61
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Mmmmm...dreamsicle! I love orange and cream!

Sure don't like cucumbers pickled in any way. They are great just the way they come out of the garden.
Love 'em both!
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Old 11-03-2011, 10:02 PM   #62
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Man, I hate to keep going back to it, but anyone who hasn't had a PROPER fish taco is doing themselves a great disservice. If you like seafood, in anyway shape or form, I don't understand what the turn off is. Grilled Mahi, Soft Flour Tortilla, shredded cabbage, Baja "Ranch" and some Pico, finish with lime. Good lord so good, and healthy.


If beverages can be included(don't want to upset OP), I can't get into SoCO and lime. I have friends that LOVE it, I think it tastes like cough syrup. Ewww. Also, Jameson and Guinness. Fine as individual drinks, mixed is a no no for me.
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Man, I hate to keep going back to it, but anyone who hasn't had a PROPER fish taco is doing themselves a great disservice. If you like seafood, in anyway shape or form, I don't understand what the turn off is. Grilled Mahi, Soft Flour Tortilla, shredded cabbage, Baja "Ranch" and some Pico, finish with lime. Good lord so good, and healthy.

If beverages can be included(don't want to upset OP), I can't get into SoCO and lime. I have friends that LOVE it, I think it tastes like cough syrup. Ewww. Also, Jameson and Guinness. Fine as individual drinks, mixed is a no no for me.
Ok, I'll have one. Hold the ranch! I have never tried a fish taco because I don't like what they put on them. I bet the fish is ok.
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Old 11-03-2011, 10:08 PM   #64
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irish car bombs are deadly, tatt. i got sick on whiskey as a kid, so all whiskey drinks are out for me.
oddly enough, though, as i don't like coffee either, i like irish coffees. go figure.

hey, along your ancestry, i'm not a big fan of dark and stormys.
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Crest toothpaste and grapefruit juice. Forgot about that one! Thanks, BT!

Omg, if you sing it, 4me's lyrics fit!
Any kind of toothpaste followed by a glass of grapefruit or orange juice--yuck!
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Iced tea and sugar.
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Love 'em both!
Dreamcicles are a "yuck, gross" food for me, but I like a mix of 1/2 buttermilk with either 1/2 lemonade or freshly squeezed orange juice. Go figure.
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irish car bombs are deadly, tatt. i got sick on whiskey as a kid, so all whiskey drinks are out for me.
oddly enough, though, i as i don't like coffee either, i like irish coffees. go figure.

hey, along your ancestry, i'm not a big fan of dark and stormys.
lol, See, D&S's can be deadly too, and make for a hangover of legendary status!!

Only time I drank coffee regularly was living in Holland. Something about the way they do it, just amazing. I do NOT like the combo of coffee and orange zest.
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[QUOTE="TATTRAT"]Man, I hate to keep going back to it, but anyone who hasn't had a PROPER fish taco is doing themselves a great disservice. If you like seafood, in anyway shape or form, I don't understand what the turn off is. Grilled Mahi, Soft Flour Tortilla, shredded cabbage, Baja "Ranch" and some Pico, finish with lime. Good lord so good, and healthy./QUOTE]

Yess! We have them daily when we're in Mexico! Crispy fried chunks, or bbq'ed bits, or deep fried, battered or not, or a small fillet, grilled, there are so many versions! A schmear of beans on a soft tortilla with queso fresco, cilantro, and salsa, squeeze of lime, heaven!
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Cheese on any type of fish or seafood.

Onions on a fast food chicken sandwich or turkey burger.
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