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Your favourite Food ?

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max

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#1
My favourite of all time is Thai :

Marinated Beef Satays with Sweet Chile Dipping Sauce


Have that after a few beers :)

Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm


Whats yours ?
 
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emmie-chan

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#6
How can you possibly narrow that down to ONE item?

#1: PHO - It's a Vietnamese rice noodle soup YUM!
#2: BBQ pork on rice and its Thai variation that comes with this other cooked pork, Chinese sausage, and half a hard-broiled egg
 
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Kirrie2001

Guest
#7
Favourite food.

A delicious belly fillet steak, with asparagus tips, crispy roasted potatos, and a touch of Worcester sauce.
 

Dory

Was LadySunshine
#9
yummy! Geez I'm getting hungry reading this post!

I guess one of my favorite foods is Japanese food...sushi, sashimi and don't forget about the soups! mmmm...

And the ginger dressing on the salad. :)
 
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jdeedle

Guest
#11
asparagus, crispy pork roast, and mashed spuds with lots of butter
hmmm, think i'll go cook dinner
:)
 
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Lactic.Acid

Guest
#12
mmm...lately it's Bun Cha Giao (I think that's how it's spelled...) It's a vietnamese rice-noodle dish with egg rolls. Sometimes sushi...or Chicken Gai Ding...or Chicken Almond Ding...or Skillet Hot & Spicy Chicken...or a rare, well marinated, peppered steak with garlic mashed potatos...or ham with a mustard & honey glaze, with apple sauce...damn you. Now I'm hungry.
/me goes for leftovers...

:edit: Geez, I can't believe I left out ice cream...
 
#13
I'm a traditionalist, I love a full English breakfast: Double bacon, suasages, double eggs, beans, black pudding and tomatoes, all on some wringing fried bread.
For lunch I diet on 2 eight month old babies on toast. (I find that three are just too much)
 
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Lactic.Acid

Guest
#15
Originally posted by gothic
I'm a traditionalist, I love a full English breakfast: Double bacon, suasages, double eggs, beans, black pudding and tomatoes, all on some wringing fried bread.
For lunch I diet on 2 eight month old babies on toast. (I find that three are just too much)
beans? black pudding? wringing fried bread? Forgive my american ignorance on these...but what kind of beans do you eat for breakfast? and what is black pudding and "wringing fried bread"?

I usually have two babies for lunch, as well. I like them on wheat bread though, not toast. Or are you not talking about that kind of baby...:)
/Lactic
 
#17
Originally posted by Lactic.Acid


beans? black pudding? wringing fried bread? Forgive my american ignorance on these...but what kind of beans do you eat for breakfast? and what is black pudding and "wringing fried bread"?

I usually have two babies for lunch, as well. I like them on wheat bread though, not toast. Or are you not talking about that kind of baby...:)
/Lactic
When I say beans, I mean baked beans in tomato sauce. Black pudding, described as simply as possible, is dried ox blood with meal, fried.

Yes two babies (maybe three on a sunday) trouble is, there's a bit of a shortage in southern England at the moment. Wonder why??

Fried bread is bread fried in the same pan (on the same grill) as you fried your bacon and sausages.
 
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Lactic.Acid

Guest
#20
I think babies as in young humans. Not really of course, just to take the hunger pangs away from anyone reading this thread =) gothic on the other hand, I don't know. My guess is the same though. He did, after all admit to eating dried ox blood...the baked beans in tomato sauce I can't right picture either. I keep thinking of a weird, weak chili, but it just doesn't seem right.
/Lactic
 

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