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Bakewell slices!

The nipple pies, right?

You love those nipples!

No these are different:

 

http://thumbs.dreamstime.com/z/cherry-bakewell-slices-27355484.jpg

 

Yeah!! :ebert:

Not a big coffee drinker but that'd be good with it. Or milk tea

I just finished the pack off!

 

Next is a Gala apple.

Do you have the munchies boy?
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Bakewell slices!

The nipple pies, right?

You love those nipples!

No these are different:

 

http://thumbs.dreamstime.com/z/cherry-bakewell-slices-27355484.jpg

 

Yeah!! :ebert:

Not a big coffee drinker but that'd be good with it. Or milk tea

I just finished the pack off!

 

Next is a Gala apple.

Do you have the munchies boy?

Nah I just eat what I eat.

 

Now it's chicken salad.

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Eating left overs from last night. My wife makes a killer asian style salad with homemade dressing. I'm not sure what all she puts into the dressing but I know she uses sesame oil, rice wine vinegar, fresh ginger, garlic, siracha and crushed peanuts. I'm not sure what she marinates the chicken in either but I love this stuff! Edited by liquidcrystalcompass
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Eating left overs from last night. My wife makes a killer asian style salad with homemade dressing. I'm not sure what all she puts into the dressing but I know she uses sesame oil, rice wine vinegar, fresh ginger, garlic, siracha and crushed peanuts. I'm not sure what she marinates the chicken in either but I love this stuff!

 

Damn!! :drool:

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Eating left overs from last night. My wife makes a killer asian style salad with homemade dressing. I'm not sure what all she puts into the dressing but I know she uses sesame oil, rice wine vinegar, fresh ginger, garlic, siracha and crushed peanuts. I'm not sure what she marinates the chicken in either but I love this stuff!

 

Damn!! :drool:

 

The sesame oil is the kicker. Give her a big hug!! :hug2:

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Hash Browns & :coffee:

You know, hash browns are essentially tater tots.

 

Coincidentally, my oldest friend posted a pic on Facebook today of him pigging out at a food truck festival back in our home town (Jax, FL). His first pic: something called "Lobster tots": "tater tots served with Maine lobster, cilantro lime sauce, and pico de gallo".

 

Would've never thought of that combo but I can imagine it working.

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Hash Browns & :coffee:

You know, hash browns are essentially tater tots.

 

Coincidentally, my oldest friend posted a pic on Facebook today of him pigging out at a food truck festival back in our home town (Jax, FL). His first pic: something called "Lobster tots": "tater tots served with Maine lobster, cilantro lime sauce, and pico de gallo".

 

Would've never thought of that combo but I can imagine it working.

 

Love the potatoes. :D

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Eating left overs from last night. My wife makes a killer asian style salad with homemade dressing. I'm not sure what all she puts into the dressing but I know she uses sesame oil, rice wine vinegar, fresh ginger, garlic, siracha and crushed peanuts. I'm not sure what she marinates the chicken in either but I love this stuff!

 

Damn!! :drool:

 

The sesame oil is the kicker. Give her a big hug!! :hug2:

I will. She'll get a chuckle over it.
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Kimchi ramen

A high school buddy of mine was half Korean. His Dad and Mom met in Korea during the war. She didn't speak very much English but she communicated through food, if that makes any sense. She introduced me to kimchi. A dish that I rarely get to eat these days. I have to drive pretty damn far to get the real stuff.

 

My buddy's name is Jerry. He looks Korean. Yet, he was a cowboy. He had a heavy Texas accent, wore cowboy boots and a hat and dipped snuff. Only in America huh? :LOL:

 

A couple of year after high school. Another buddy of mine were roomates. We ordered cable to be installed and when the cable guy showed up, guess who it was. Jerry! This was back in my pot smoking days. So, we all took a few pulls off the bong before our cable was installed. I haven't thought about that story in years.

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Kimchi ramen

A high school buddy of mine was half Korean. His Dad and Mom met in Korea during the war. She didn't speak very much English but she communicated through food, if that makes any sense. She introduced me to kimchi. A dish that I rarely get to eat these days. I have to drive pretty damn far to get the real stuff.

 

My buddy's name is Jerry. He looks Korean. Yet, he was a cowboy. He had a heavy Texas accent, wore cowboy boots and a hat and dipped snuff. Only in America huh? :LOL:

 

A couple of year after high school. Another buddy of mine were roomates. We ordered cable to be installed and when the cable guy showed up, guess who it was. Jerry! This was back in my pot smoking days. So, we all took a few pulls off the bong before our cable was installed. I haven't thought about that story in years.

Good story! And all because of my kimchi ramen lunch! ((which I eat fairly regularly...maybe once a month)).

 

Funnily, when people ask me what the best dish in Japan is I tell them that it's Korean barbecue. The truth is though, I'm dead serious.

 

My parents are from the Philippines so I know what it means to "communicate through food." ;)

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Homemade spring rolls: rice noodles, shredded carrot, teriyaki tofu, mint, red leaf lettuce, peanut sauce, and sweet chili sauce wrapped in rice paper. Yum.
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Homemade spring rolls: rice noodles, shredded carrot, teriyaki tofu, mint, red leaf lettuce, peanut sauce, and sweet chili sauce wrapped in rice paper. Yum.

It's hot as hell right now and that sounds like a nice refreshing summer lunch. Right up my alley!
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Earlier I had chips, peas and a beef and onion pie. condiments used were salt, brown malt vinegar and HP sauce.

That sounds fantastic. I have a friend from Toronto but has been in Texas since 1978. His Grandparents met in WWII. His Grandfather is from England and his Grandmother is from Italy. She used to make meat pies (don't know if that is the correct term) and I think she got the recipe from her Mother-in-Law. Anyway, I loved it so much when she came in town because of those meat pies with the wonderful crust. I had to restrain myself from being a glutton in front of her.
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