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    Posted: Apr/05/2013 at 6:28pm
nom nom tonight's apps fried calamari I asked for sweet n sour but they still gave us the tartar @ fusions sush
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THat looks really really good! I quite enjoy calamari when it's done properly. Overcook that stuff and it gets bad in a hurry, though!
Last night I made an Indian-style soup. Garam masala, turmeric, cumin, white, black and cayenne pepper, lemon pepper, thyme, smoked paprika, sea salt, dried thai peppers, corn, onion, garlic, cauliflower, bell peppers, red potatoes liquid smoke and ground beef (sacrilege as far as indian food goes, but it's what i had lol). Flavor was great, but sadly turned out less spicy than what i would have liked. I suck at makin spicy indian food. :(. I'll post a pic tomorrow. Heated up some leftovers tonight, but forgot to take a pic before digging in haha
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  Quote haiv143 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/06/2013 at 9:13am
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nom nom tonight's apps fried calamari I asked for sweet n sour but they still gave us the tartar @ fusions sush


I used to work in a fine dining Italian restaurant for 8 years. Spoiled by the delicious high quality calamari. For years..i have yet to find a good substitute (the restaurant I worked at closed). btw, is that paper hand towel underneath the calamari or wax paper? LOL
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nom nom tonight's apps fried calamari I asked for sweet n sour but they still gave us the tartar @ fusions sush
I used to work in a fine dining Italian restaurant for 8 years. Spoiled by the delicious high quality calamari. For years..i have yet to find a good substitute (the restaurant I worked at closed). btw, is that paper hand towel underneath the calamari or wax paper? LOL

must be hard to work around food but holy damn 8 years in the food industry you must have a high tolerance serving patrons, you're spot on about finding good calamari these days,but when you're in socal you can find it almost anywhere do some yelp searching for like asian related eateries you might find a quick few boba shops that serves it as snacks. I'm a little picky on how the way it was cut,prepared and cook.Oh the sheet under is wax paper it adds extra flavor.
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I've noticed pretty much any combination of foods can taste amazing after a long day on the mountain. Nothing beats pigging out on food after you know you've done solid exercise for the day.....Loooooooove foooood.
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Can't beat a friggin bacon grilled cheese sammich...holy snap that was the bomb!
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Milk + banana + frozen blueberries blended= easiest smoothie ever Tongue
Im not feeling as hungry as I used to these days... Not sure why
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  Quote haiv143 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/07/2013 at 8:41am
Originally posted by bootleg

must be hard to work around food but holy damn 8 years in the food industry you must have a high tolerance serving patrons, you're spot on about finding good calamari these days,but when you're in socal you can find it almost anywhere do some yelp searching for like asian related eateries you might find a quick few boba shops that serves it as snacks. I'm a little picky on how the way it was cut,prepared and cook.Oh the sheet under is wax paper it adds extra flavor.

Oh boy... Craving Boba tea big time right now. I love em when they have those jelly chunks and strings in them. Can't find anyone here in KC that do that. Last time I was in Vegas I had the best boba tea ever! Although it did cost me like 8 bucks but it was well worth it.
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  Quote mommehK Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/07/2013 at 9:23am
So my breakfast looked kinda gross but it was so good! Sauteed zucchini, red onion, orange sweet pepper, and mushroom together, loaded with curry powder, then folded all that into scrambled eggs...Curried Egg Mess is a good name for it but yummy regardless! Had some strawberries on the side & washed it down with coconut milk. Nom!
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  Quote mj2delmenico Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/08/2013 at 2:29am
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So my breakfast looked kinda gross but it was so good! Sauteed zucchini, red onion, orange sweet pepper, and mushroom together, loaded with curry powder, then folded all that into scrambled eggs...Curried Egg Mess is a good name for it but yummy regardless! Had some strawberries on the side & washed it down with coconut milk. Nom!

Similar to mine, looked shocking on the plate but was tasty as. Scrambled eggs with mushroom, salmon, broccoli and red onion. Served on a big piece of sourdough 
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  Quote j_lucky84 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/08/2013 at 6:33am
As promised, a pic of my "Indian" soup from the other day. Yeah, its a couple days late... just spaced it haha.. Still got a ton of leftovers... Didn't mean to make this much, but it made dinner/snacks over the weekend pretty easy :D

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  Quote haiv143 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/08/2013 at 7:46pm
Bought a pack of 4 different types of Buffalo Wild Wing sauce and made our own chicken. Tastes just as good as BWW but without the 100 big screen TVs surrounding us. lol
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does anyone have a favorite deli meat brand?i was wondering today since i buy a lot of deli stuff for work luches and its super cost effective. boads head is by far the best deli provider and has the best taste and least preservatives. you have to eat it pretty fast since it is so natural. it si the best thing to happen to sandwiches in my opinion.
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I don't have a fave, but we do have a local meat processing plant in town that makes some pretty good stuff (their pepperoni leave something to be desired, however :( ) . I try to stop in at pretty much any deli i can trying to find the tastiest pepperoni. Otherwise in this town, all we have is like the retail store-bought stuff. Nothing to write home about, though I do enjoy the london broil sandwich meat at ALbertsons.
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Haven't eaten oatmeal in while till today. Not bad.
is it just me? or is common sense not that common.
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Went to The Red Onion in Aspen...talk about some awesome food! Went to start drinking (cancelled concert dammit) and ordered a basket of fries. Best fries I've had EVER. Had a few drinks and decided I needed more food on my stomach to keep pace. I picked a Panko-breaded Schnitzel with a Lemon Caper Beurre Blanc sauce & steamed seasoned green beans. I've never had a "schnitzel" with panko, but it was really good -- nice with just a touch of crispy that held up against the impeccable sauce. The beurre blanc made me want to lick the freaking plate! I really don't like capers but the salt was a nice offset that complemented the lemon tangy. The green beans were great -- I have no idea what kind of seasoning they used but it was just right...and the steaming, had the exact amount of crisp still in them.

After a few more drinks, I can't believe I actually decided to throw down on dessert (normally don't put sugary anything with alcohol)...their massive brownie dessert was AMAZING! The brownie was just about perfect...gooey, very warm but not so much that the ice cream melted immediately...covered in hot fudge & caramel drizzle that made me fearful it would just be overkill. Nope! Granted I couldn't finish the last 2-3 bites but it really was one of the best meals I've had out in awhile. Service was faster than fast too for the size of the place and the amount of traffic in there. The bartenders were generous in their pour skills (which turned my doubles into tasting like triples).

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Surprisingly, there is coke in that glass too...

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Belgian waffles and Greek yogurt. Enough said.
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Work brought us pizza. This us the 4th or 5th time I had pizza this week. Still not tired of it.
is it just me? or is common sense not that common.
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Made steak fajitas.  Turned out pretty good.  And used warmed corn tortillas.

It didn't occur to me to take pictures...I was too hungry.

Oh, and melted mozzarella cheese on it.  Not really sure that's authentic Mexican or not, but I liked it. haha
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Saturday night had an oyster party.

Sunday morning attended a batch cooking with friends for lasagna. I've got 6 large trays of lasagna in the freezer that should last me months.
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Such an amazing day for bbq. chicken wings, steaks, and bbq breakfast sausages. Wait, sausages? ahh! Mom bought the wrong burger patties! LOL she needs to bring her reading glasses with her to shopping. It was funny as hell and we ate it too. First thing to go on the grill too.
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just ate nice bowl of seafood chow fun noodles with included squid,chinese broccoli ,crab meat,shrimp,eggs and poached chicken meat sauteed in mince garlic,ginger/oyster sauce top off with some hoisin and sriracha sauce.forgot to take a photo of it once I already notice i devour it.Highly recommend ordering these types of noodles when you're in asian restaurant it won't disappoint your taste buds.
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My roomate just brought these things from india. They're like honey coated funnel cake with some indian flavor. It's soo damn good
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^ looks like hardened mac and cheese
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  Quote bootleg Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/15/2013 at 4:02am
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My roomate just brought these things from india. They're like honey coated funnel cake with some indian flavor. It's soo damn good
that looks nowhere near a funnel cake to me,more like a indian version of potato chips or something.I would be a little careful on what I eat especially from a foreign country,for all you know it may taste good but don't have a real clue on what your actually munching might be risky.Not knocking on your food preference or what you eat,I guess if it taste yummy grub on.
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How come I can't paste images or insert an image using the function?? Someone help please

I had a delicious roast vegetable, chicken and chickpea salad made by my girlfriend last night for dinner. Once I get the image thing sorted a pic will follow
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mj2 -- easiest way is to get a photobucket account and paste the link that way.


Got a spinach quiche from the store deli tonight...laid strips of black peppered bacon on top and it was NOM! Lunch tomorrow too!
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Cut up my first watermelon of the year. Not as good compared to the hot summer watermelon yet. But it's a start. At least I didn't pick a bad one.
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Carbonarra tonight! An oldie but a goodie.
That Indian food up above looks a lot like Carrot Halva.
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Bout to steam yesterdays catch. Dungeness crab. And for those who don't eat the insides of the body, you're missing out.
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Breakfast -leftover beef and cashew stir fry that I added spinach to and scrambled eggs
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Carbonarra tonight! An oldie but a goodie.
That Indian food up above looks a lot like Carrot Halva.
 
Nice. I'm doing a carbonara tonight. Washed down with plenty of white wine after a hectic 2 weeks...
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Had Chinese food today for the first time in a while.  Love Chinese food.

But it seems so unhealthy the way they prepare it.  Too much salt, sugar, oil etc.

I need to find a place that has healthier Chinese food.

PF Changs is terrible.  Everything has loads of salt and sugar.  Tastes good though.
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The crab I caught was good. Complete with sand. I guess I didn't clean it good enough.
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But it seems so unhealthy the way they prepare it. Too much salt, sugar, oil etc.

I need to find a place that has healthier Chinese food.

PF Changs is terrible. Everything has loads of salt and sugar. Tastes good though.

chinese foods was never meant to be healthy,it's sole purpose is for flavoring/satisfying the taste buds, you can't get any closer than finding a vegetarian restaurant that serves something base off on chinese cuisine and PF changs isn't authentic but still fills you up.
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Was craving for some Italian. Especially pasta & sun dried tomatoes.. my favorite. We stopped by Carabas and waited 35 minutes for a table. Never knew that place was so busy.
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Bought a nice big filet of salmon and spinach for dinner today.  Big smile  It makes up for the fatty cupcake I had for lunch today.  LOL
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Bought kale chips from trader joes for a healthy alternative. Wow did they suck. I know kale in general is a hard taste to mask but the chips just tasted like crumbly burnt spiced cheese. It has to be really healthy if it tastes this bad. I had to wash it down with a cookie afterwards.
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the health of kale chips may be questionable.. depends how processed they are
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Went to the local Casino and ate at the buffet for crab legs. $30 a person! it was an insanely long line. We waited more than an hour and half. Only reason why we stayed because we were committed to it. Probably the best crab legs buffet joint in town. The other buffet foods were not so great. Although they did have a good selection of deserts.
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Made some Korean marinated beef today, om nomnom
I cant make it just like the ones my family used to make back in Korea though..
Not sure why Cry
Probably should try different amounts of ingredients next time..
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Akin' for some bacon this morning. But I don't have any. Gotta settle for cereal.
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I had qdoba and chipotle in the same day to determine who is better but its really hard. I do think I will go with chipotle though. That shizz is of the chain.
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The kale chips arent processed at all. Theyre air crisped on low heat and all the ingredients are things i would eat on their own. Except for maybe apple cider vinegar.
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Went to a Japanese restaurant over the weekend and tasted this delicious beer
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I love kale.  I eat it raw and think it's delicious, but unfortunately I'm in the minority there.

the health of the majority of all the food in this thread is what's questionable, although it's not really a question.
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Another day of salmon and spinach for me, but also had some short ribs, carrots and potato as well.  Trying out the no carb diet.
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What a day of food. Woke up and gf and me went to get some Pho. Went to church and they had an event and they ordered Churches chicken. Went home and my fam bbq chicken and ribs and my sister order a bunch of boba tea. Now im full and sleepy. Can barely move...
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Another day of salmon and spinach for me, but also had some short ribs, carrots and potato as well.  Trying out the no carb diet.


Even without the carbs, sounds like you're eating pretty well :)

I made some mashed potatoes and some braised pork chops last night, but didn't get to eat them as they weren't quite ready by the time the lady and I had to head out for a friend's bday get-together. Turned the oven off and left em stewingfor a couple hours... Finally got to eat em today, and they were sooooo good! Fall-off-the-bone tender, and very well seasoned with the sauce. Even got leftovers to bring to work tomorrow :)
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