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Chinese Foods...Wherever I am, I'm always drawn to order the dunplings and chinese noodles.
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Nachos and salsa.
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REAL Italian
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Originally Posted by NJFISH View Post
REAL Italian
You mean the over-cooked pasta with no starch left to stick to the fork and the bright red sauce that is exactly primary-red in color. YUK!

Most people wouldn't know REAL Italian food if it smacked them upside the head...

So I know EXACTLY where you're coming from!
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Originally Posted by NJFISH View Post
REAL Italian
Chef-Boy-Ardee..
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Grit, butter, with an egg on top!
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Crab Cakes, broiled.
Pit Beef, Pit ham, Pit Turkey.
Food off the grill outside.
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Steak
French fries
biscuits and gravy
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Anything on a plate or wrapped in a napkin or rolled in wax paper or comes out of a can.

Or Real Italian with Sunday gravy made on Saturday.
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Pulled pork sandwich from Sonny's in Brunswick,GA.
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I'll tell you what......Pulled pork.....that's good right there now.

Chicken tenders.

Rock Fish Tenders from The Big Owl Tiki Bar on Kent Narrows!!!! Mmmmm mmm, that'll make your tongue slap your brain!
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Batter fries.
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dunckin' eggs w/ backstrap and toast.
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Scrapple - well done on wheat bread with ketchup
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I good hamburger and fries.
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Deer burger spiced up and home fries.
Cookies and cream Ice cream.
Real out west mexician food.
Baby back rims on the grill.
Anything that has to do with breakfast.

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Has anyone had "Deep Fried Butter" yet?
Deep Fried Peanut and Jelly sandwich?
Deep fried Coke? Yes, I said Coke!

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Lobster & crab done anyway I can get it into my mouth. > But my fav. is nuked.

Squid sandwiches on toasted 17 grain brown bread for lunch will have me stopping every time. > >

Fried Grayling Trout scrambled up golden brown to look like wild grain rice. The fish has to be fyied in a cast iron frying pan and real strips of beef fat is used instead of butter. > >

Fresh seal meat is to die for! >

I haven't found a fish I don't like to eat, but Artic Char done on the BBQ w/ lime, red onions, green & red peppers w/ taters takes the cake!

Spinach & shark salad w/ oil.

Sure can't turn down a heaping 12" ss bowl of either Chef salad or Cesar salad w/ bruschetta toast on the side washed down with an ice cold Corona w/ no fruit.

Pretty much any fresh picked vegie steamed just enough to lightly soften has me a very happy camper.

Cowboy steaks or a number of other top cut steaks works for me, especially the way the Misses does them up for me. But I'd trade them in everyday of the week for Buffalo or venison steaks!

Bacon & egg sandwiches w/ onion and cheese on 17 grain toast is a big time fav. of mine. >

Toasted cucumber sandwiches on 17 grain bread. >

My mom's raisin tarts and raisin pie. >

Regular old Popcorn has a fish hook in my mouth any time I smell it.

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