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Just doing a little exercise out of curiosity - please name your top ten food loves. Yes, bacon is allowed. lol.

 

Mine: 

1. Pommegranet

2. NZ Crayfish

3. Oysters

4.Pistachios

5. Feijoa

6. Lychee

7. Milkshakes

8. Homemade curry (vegetarian or meat)

9. Hot chocolate chip cookies

10.Bluevein cheese

 

What about a second list - with meat/dairy taken out - what would be your favourite?

 

Mine:

1. Pomeegranet

2. pistachios

3. Feijoas

4. Lychee

5, Curry

6. Mango

7. tomatoes

8. mushrooms

9. pinepapple

10 pickled onions


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Mine: (Includes foods I can no longer eat/cannot eat alot of due to health) But they are still my faves..Watch out new system!

1. Rice

2. Sushi

3. Lo-Mein

4. Crab Legs

5. Limes

6. Tomatoes

7. Chocolate

8. Matcha (Green Tea) Cupcakes

9. Tiramisu

10. Salsa

 

NO MEAT/NO DAIRY

Mine:

1. Rice (Vegetable Fried or white)

2. Cucumber Roll Sushi

3. Vegetable Lo-Mein

4. Limes

5. Tomatoes

6. Salsa with cilantro

7. Raspberries

8. Honeydew Melons

9. Kiss melons (their like cantaloupe but sweeter)

10. Starfruit

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1) Rustic artesian breads

2) freshly churned butter

3) herbed/fruited cheese

4) many types tomato and fruit salsas

5) steaks (all variety)

6) all squash varieties and root vegetables

7) Blackberries (for cobblers, smoothies and yes Bourbon smash)

8) dairy (eggs, milk, cream)

9) lettuce varieties 

10 ) liquid fermented grapes! 

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1. Polish style baked cheesecake

2.Blueberry cheesecake

3. Strawberry cheesecake

4. Lemon cheesecake ....etc..etc 

 

Hoping to have Cheesecake tree in Paradise :whistling:

 

Now a serious list:

 

1. Baked cheescake

2. Bluberries (I eat them daily)

3. Prawns

4. Bigos (polish recipe)

5. Goulash (hungarian style)

6. Angus grass fed (eye fillet steak)

7. Polish sausage (proper one from the butcher not supermarket)

8. Montreal-style smoked meat (Hebrew delicatessen)

9. Pierogi (Polish dish)

10. Warrnabool cheddar cheese (big selection)  although this category should include vast selection of cheeses that I like accompanied with Barrosa Valley wines.

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I'm tired.  Got up early and went to Sprouts for lemons, honey, mint, and blackberries for our Happy Hour special tonight.  Why is Ricks Happy Hour my tired, run down Hour?  Street tacos for $2.00 each and cilantro lime rice on the side. 

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I met this to go in a new post!  Sorry.

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On 9/3/2017 at 10:30 AM, LeslieDean said:

1) Rustic artesian breads

2) freshly churned butter

3) herbed/fruited cheese

4) many types tomato and fruit salsas

5) steaks (all variety)

6) all squash varieties and root vegetables

7) Blackberries (for cobblers, smoothies and yes Bourbon smash)

8) dairy (eggs, milk, cream)

9) lettuce varieties 

10 ) liquid fermented grapes! 

 

Leslie,

All excellent choices....if I must say so myself!:thumbsup:.......I sure enjoy a good rib-eye.:D......number tens a keeper!


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11 minutes ago, nanceebgd46 said:

All excellent choices

 

Well, I guess that depends .....

 

On 9/3/2017 at 12:30 PM, LeslieDean said:

1) Rustic artesian breads

2) freshly churned butter

3) herbed/fruited cheese

4) many types tomato and fruit salsas

5) steaks (all variety)

6) all squash varieties and root vegetables Potatoes - especially US#1/Russett

7) Blackberries (for cobblers, smoothies and yes Bourbon smash)

8) dairy (eggs, milk, cream)

9) lettuce varieties 

10 ) liquid fermented grapes!  Chocolate Milk - Frozen, cold or hot 

 

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John,

  Have you never had an oven-baked sweet potato with crisp skin on the outside and inside...sweet, soft goodness...plus the liberal use of sweet butter on top...come on brother...that is some real good eating...right there!:D

p.s. it's a root vegetable

 


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Yes, I have had sweet potatoes cooked in a variety of ways - at least I have tried them. I just do not like sweet potatoes.

 

I like pumpkin pie - one of my favorites. However, even though many people say that sweet potato pie "tastes just like pumpkin pie" - NO! it does not. I can tell the difference and I do not like the sweet potato pie.

 

My wife LOVES sweet potatoes. She particularly likes them cooked with butter and brown sugar in the oven - she can have them :thumbsup: I am happy to cook them for her if I am cooking, but I do not want one. Give me a baked US #1 instead.

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On 2017-10-10 at 5:02 PM, Dages said:

Difficult.

1 pizza emoji487.png
2 sushi
3 gyoza
4 pistachio
5 chorizo
6 raspberry ice cream
7 taberu layu
8 rhum/raisin ice cream
9 onabe
10 foie gras

The order may be off

I like pizza, but not all pizzas. They have to be artisanal and perfect, cooked in just the right way. Of course, sometimes you have to settle with less, since at least I can’t go down to Naples, Italy, every week, but I also like the French versions with goat cheese, honey, and nuts, for some reason. Sushi is the same, it can be horrible, but also extremely good if the fish is fresh and of good quality. Gyosa (jiaozi), I can always have a few unless they are too doughy. The tabery rayu is always left on my plate after the meal. Onabe on a cold day? Absolutely. Rhum/raisin? Foie gras? No.

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5 hours ago, Qapla said:

Yes, I have had sweet potatoes cooked in a variety of ways - at least I have tried them. I just do not like sweet potatoes.

 

I like pumpkin pie - one of my favorites. However, even though many people say that sweet potato pie "tastes just like pumpkin pie" - NO! it does not. I can tell the difference and I do not like the sweet potato pie.

 

My wife LOVES sweet potatoes. She particularly likes them cooked with butter and brown sugar in the oven - she can have them :thumbsup: I am happy to cook them for her if I am cooking, but I do not want one. Give me a baked US #1 instead.

 

Well Brother John...your dislike of sweet potatoes just leaves more for

the rest of us to gobble up!:D


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