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    Re: Food: What is your favorite dish or dishes?

    Hey, 'Roo............Does this Weber delicacy float your boat ? Prime rib, stuffed potato, green beans, horseradish, and a good cabernet.

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    Re: Food: What is your favorite dish or dishes?

    When im in China or a authentic Chinese restrant not some Americanized place that has EggRolls LMAO
    My favorit is what they call a Hot Pot also called HoGu
    Its a pot with watter hot enough to cook your meats or fishes seafood items and veggies right at your table they bring it out on a flame the pot is devided in halfs one half has regular hot water the other half has a spicier blen mixed in the watter
    you dip what you want in and cook it kind of like at a fondue restaurant

    Now other then that id say a 2.5 to 3 pound lobster baked over a layer of fresh spinach

    or stuff sole with a cream lobster souse

    or a nice Age Delmoncio Steak

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    Re: Food: What is your favorite dish or dishes?

    Quote Originally Posted by submariner409 View Post
    Hey, 'Roo............Does this Weber delicacy float your boat ? Prime rib, stuffed potato, green beans, horseradish, and a good cabernet.
    I'll pass on the last 3 things.

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    Re: Food: What is your favorite dish or dishes?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stingroo View Post
    I'll pass on the last 3 things.
    Try a tad of horseradish with your next steak or prime rib........... just do it. (And f'r goshsakes, learn to drink a good wine. Life is too short for Mountain Dew or Arizona Tea.)

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    Re: Food: What is your favorite dish or dishes?

    Pfft... I live on a college campus. It's been so long since I've had prime rib I probably forget what it tastes like...

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    Re: Food: What is your favorite dish or dishes?

    Nowadays, a half tank of 93 octane will buy one hell of a prime rib dinner at a local steak house...........with wine.
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    Re: Food: What is your favorite dish or dishes?

    That's a ridiculous amount of money to pay for a single meal. I'm too poor for that.

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    Re: Food: What is your favorite dish or dishes?

    Quote Originally Posted by submariner409 View Post
    Try a tad of horseradish with your next steak or prime rib........... just do it. (And f'r goshsakes, learn to drink a good wine. Life is too short for Mountain Dew or Arizona Tea.)

    Prime rib and a glas of SantaMargarita is what i have for lunch today with horsradish so yeah try that

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    Re: Food: What is your favorite dish or dishes?

    Quote Originally Posted by submariner409 View Post
    Nowadays, a half tank of 93 octane will buy one hell of a prime rib dinner at a local steak house...........with wine.


    and for the price of a full tank of gas you could eat at a place called the palm and get there surf and turf

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    Re: Food: What is your favorite dish or dishes?

    Surf
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stingroo View Post
    Surf
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    oh come on man the Surf is good i think its better then the Turf

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    Re: Food: What is your favorite dish or dishes?

    I'm with Roo on this particular example, sort of. It may be primitive or unsophisticated, but with a steak and potato dinner, nothing tastes better to me than a nice cold glass of milk - not wine, not beer, not soda, just milk.

    I also refuse to taint a well prepared steak with a strong condiment like horseradish, steak sauce, seasoning, etc. Usually only some mild carmelized onions and peppers.

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    Re: Food: What is your favorite dish or dishes?

    Quote Originally Posted by submariner409 View Post
    Try a tad of horseradish with your next steak or prime rib........... just do it. (And f'r goshsakes, learn to drink a good wine. Life is too short for Mountain Dew or Arizona Tea.)
    I know the doctor's say it isn't so, but some people are allergic to alcohol. I have three cousins who can't even sniff a cork without an allergic reaction. There's is not a moral or taste aversion to wine or spirits but a real allergic reaction. An allergy to alcohol is a well known condition in the Orient and many oriental people are allergic to the stuff. However, my cousins are Caucasian in ancestry and appearance, there may be some American Indian blood on their mother's side. So when I hear someone doesn't want to drink wine or other spirits I don't encourage them as there is probably a good physical reason for their avoidance.

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    Re: Food: What is your favorite dish or dishes?

    ^^^I also know one person that is allergic to alcohol. I've never heard of doctors denying that, however. Interesting.

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    Re: Food: What is your favorite dish or dishes?

    Quote Originally Posted by drewsdeville View Post
    ^^^I also know one person that is allergic to alcohol. I've never heard of doctors denying that, however. Interesting.
    As recently as ten years ago I have had a doctor tell there is no such thing as an allergy to alcohol. One of my cousins, who is a medical doctor, and who is very allergic to alcohol (we had to take her to the emergency room one time because she had such a bad reaction to a sip of wine!) first told me about how American physicians absolutely denied that there could be an allergy to alcohol. That was 45 years ago and since that time I have asked many doctors the same question and all of them said "there is no such thing as an allergy to alcohol." Having lived in the Orient and having had several friends of Oriental descent here in the States, I can tell you that when these people try to drink alcohol they become very flushed, sometimes have difficulty breathing and become sick to their stomach. One of my very good friends almost died when they administered a drug that was in an alcohol base at the hospital where she was being treated. At the time, the doctors said it was impossible, but those of us who knew her knew exactly what had caused flushing and breathing problems.

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