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Old 09-27-2010, 11:06 AM
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Lobster & crap done anyway I can get it into my mouth. > But my fav. is nuked.

Must be a Scottish Thing
so much for my proof reading skills Thanks
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Popcorn
Eastern NC pulled pork
Oysters(any way)
good fried chicken

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Twinkies

Deep fried?
Old 09-27-2010, 11:34 AM
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If I've been told it's bad for me I love it!
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Lobster & crap done anyway I can get it into my mouth. > But my fav. is nuked.

Must be a Scottish Thing
Ok now that I've edited my thread, would you take a buck to edit yours to match mine?
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Raw oysters
Boiled crawfish
Boiled crabs
Boiled shrimp
Lamb Chops
Fresh fried speckled trout sandwich. Lettuce, tomato, onion, and mayo on white toast
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Meatloaf - I'll sit and eat the whole damned thing.
Wings - Whether I make 'em myself, or out for dinner.
Bratwurst - oozing, juicy goodness!
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steamed oysters
flounder
dolphin
french fries
steamed shrimp
Ice Cream

Favorite Drinks
Jack Daniel (Black Label)with a touch of water
Gentlemen Jack (straight no chaser)
Bud Lite
Coors Lite

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Bacon
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Seafood gumbo (the real stuff, not ANYTHING that can be bought in a store).

With real baugette french bread and a bottle of good wine.


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Bought a Boston Butt outside a Piggly Wiggly last Friday that had been smoked with pecan wood. Best pork I've ever tasted.

Boiled shrimp has always been my favorite food.
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Originally Posted by NJFISH View Post
REAL Italian
YEAH MAN!!
Long story,
My grandmother is 100% Italian, and her deceased husband was also 100% Italian.. just like the little old couples in the movies. The only thing he would eat is her sauce and meatballs. She made sauce and meatballs everyday. She would not be slaving over the stove 24/7 but there would be sauce on the stove simmering 24/7. I can still remember the smooth, garlic, fire spice, thick sauce as I write this. Man that was great!!. When my grandfather died she never made her sauce again.. She would slap some stuff together and that was it, she did not put the love into her sauce anymore.

Man I miss that stuff!! I once asked her what was in it and she said you don't want to know LOL
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Pizza,frozen,cold,hot,I love it. I've never had a bad piece. I enjoy a good pizza,but a Tombstone on the boat aint bad.
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I am a red meat and potatoes guy.
Filet minon
Steaks
Burgers

For Sea food:
mahi-Mahi which I caught, cleaned , and my neighbor smoked them.
Some butter, and lemon. Yum, Yum.

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Drambuie on the rocks (expensive)
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Old 09-27-2010, 05:02 PM
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raw oysters
roast beef po-boy with debris gravy, dressed with xtra pickles
roasted leg of lamb with potatoes cooked in the rendering
prime rib
patty melt
whole red snapper from my big green egg

and I cant believe only one person has said it:

FRIED CHICKEN!!!
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I live, 9905 miles from the nearest KK donut, shop, guess where my first stop will be if the hot lights on. Chase it with a fountain cherry-lemon Sundrop.

I would give a hundred bucks right now for a fresh hot dozen.

yokwe yuk
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Originally Posted by grouperkng View Post
YEAH MAN!!
Long story,
My grandmother is 100% Italian, and her deceased husband was also 100% Italian.. just like the little old couples in the movies. The only thing he would eat is her sauce and meatballs. She made sauce and meatballs everyday. She would not be slaving over the stove 24/7 but there would be sauce on the stove simmering 24/7. I can still remember the smooth, garlic, fire spice, thick sauce as I write this. Man that was great!!. When my grandfather died she never made her sauce again.. She would slap some stuff together and that was it, she did not put the love into her sauce anymore.

Man I miss that stuff!! I once asked her what was in it and she said you don't want to know LOL
You mean GRAVY
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Root beer floats. It's a record 114 degrees here today!
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I am stuck in the middle of Kansas this week. I ate a Freddy's double steakburger with cheese two days ago and have had them for every meal since. It is like a Steak N Shake Steakburger but 100 times better.

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Fried Dill pickles. The way they are supposed to be fried, Mississippi style.

Leftover turkey sandwich w/mayo.

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