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  1. Guytronic's Avatar
    Tonight's dinner. BLT for the wife with homemade potato chips and soft shell tacos for myself. (Same tavern we always go to )
    What's the old saying?:
    Food is art
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    04-15-2014 07:15 PM
  2. micallan_17's Avatar
    Tonight am having pasta with sweet pepper and carrots what i call a pasta soup



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    04-15-2014 08:41 PM
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    Forgot to attach picture

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    04-15-2014 08:42 PM
  4. worldspy99's Avatar
    Forgot to take pics, darn. Breakfast was two multigrain crepes with whipped cream. Lunch was Tossed salad with red and yellow beets, walnuts and goat cheese with tomatillo dressing. Dinner was homemade angel hair pasta / vegetable soup and spinach salad with tomato, pine nuts, shredded carrot, cranberries, shredded cheese, cilantro with salt, pepper, cumin and lime juice as dressing.
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    04-16-2014 12:42 AM
  5. palandri's Avatar
    Lunch. Smoked turkey with yellow banana pepper and cheddar cheese with cayenne and jalapeno peppers on an onion bagel. Bon Appetit!
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    04-16-2014 02:36 PM
  6. worldspy99's Avatar
    Salad with tofu, tomato, egg, pasta salad, barley salad, corn, cucumber with balsamic dressing. Vegetarian Hungarian Mushroom soup
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    04-16-2014 03:38 PM
  7. Iki Taba's Avatar
    Nothing special but I had to post it, and it was delicious.
    Watched 2 great soccer games tonight and this was my comfort food to keep me calm.
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    04-16-2014 07:34 PM
  8. palandri's Avatar
    Dinner - Buffalo Wild Wings Takeout
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    04-16-2014 08:04 PM
  9. Guytronic's Avatar
    Dinner - Buffalo Wild Wings Takeout
    I like the babes too
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    04-16-2014 08:34 PM
  10. Iki Taba's Avatar
    I like the babes too
    Hahahaa first I thought great looking staff and than I saw the guy with the mustache. Lol.
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    04-16-2014 09:28 PM
  11. Guytronic's Avatar
    Iki I keep staring at the doughnuts!

    That pic is driving me nutz!
    I must call on the powers that be to help me resist!!

    I absolutely love those (We call them spud dough) choco covered delights.

    (The wife just mentioned going over to Belair (grocer here in this area) I'm pretty sure the bakery will have 'em.
    If not there's always the chocolate Eclairs .... mmmmmmmmmmmmm ...)
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    04-16-2014 10:05 PM
  12. palandri's Avatar
    I like the babes too
    You realize the two babes are a poster, correct?

    Buffalo Wild Wings is going to price themselves out of the market. They have always been expensive, but their current pricing is really high. My wife had a $25 gift card for Buffalo Wild Wings, which is why we went there tonight. Their pricing for a large takeout order of wings is $19.99 and the menu says, "at least 20 wings". That a dollar a wing. We actually got 19 wings in our order. At the tavern by us, you get 10 wings for $5.99, then on Sunday wing night, it's $0.50 a wing. Then there's a grocery store deli by us that has a bucket of wings (30 -35 wings) for $10.99.
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    04-16-2014 11:09 PM
  13. palandri's Avatar
    Iki I keep staring at the doughnuts!

    That pic is driving me nutz!
    I must call on the powers that be to help me resist!!

    I absolutely love those (We call them spud dough) choco covered delights.

    (The wife just mentioned going over to Belair (grocer here in this area) I'm pretty sure the bakery will have 'em.
    If not there's always the chocolate Eclairs .... mmmmmmmmmmmmm ...)
    LOL! Those chocolate donuts do look good, but I always resist. My will power always breaks down when I am in France and I see a chocolate croissant.
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    04-16-2014 11:21 PM
  14. Guytronic's Avatar
    You realize the two babes are a poster, correct?
    Lol
    Yoop...
    ...at my age gotta take what I can get

    Buffalo Wild Wings is going to price themselves out of the market. They have always been expensive, but their current pricing is really high. My wife had a $25 gift card for Buffalo Wild Wings, which is why we went there tonight. Their pricing for a large takeout order of wings is $19.99 and the menu says, "at least 20 wings". That a dollar a wing. We actually got 19 wings in our order. At the tavern by us, you get 10 wings for $5.99, then on Sunday wing night, it's $0.50 a wing. Then there's a grocery store deli by us that has a bucket of wings (30 -35 wings) for $10.99.
    Ouch with prices like those
    Dunno tho...sometimes great food is worth it.

    In another state I used to shop at a local grocer with 2-3 stores in the area.

    The place had a great deli section the folks working there gave me their recipes for guacamole, tuna salad etc...
    They started selling wings on a self serve hot cart.
    To start with they had 4 different seasonings hot-sweet-mild-plain.

    After a while they were up to 10 different kinds...yum...yum.
    I had to sneak out of work early to get there otherwise the self serve was empty!

    I hurried over there one day around 2 o:clock and everything was gone!!...ahhhhhhhhh I cried!
    I mean the cart, wings...everything was nowhere to be found.
    Asked the guys in the deli what happened?
    They said the new store manager put the kabosh on the wings because they weren't a moneymaker.
    A sad day for the wing lover I'll tell ya...

    Wish I had taken pics of those wings...
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    04-16-2014 11:24 PM
  15. palandri's Avatar
    ....Ouch with prices like those
    Dunno tho...sometimes great food is worth it.

    In another state I used to shop at a local grocer with 2-3 stores in the area.

    The place had a great deli section the folks working there gave me their recipes for guacamole, tuna salad etc...
    They started selling wings on a self serve hot cart.
    To start with they had 4 different seasonings hot-sweet-mild-plain.

    After a while they were up to 10 different kinds...yum...yum.
    I had to sneak out of work early to get there otherwise the self serve was empty!

    I hurried over there one day around 2 o:clock and everything was gone!!...ahhhhhhhhh I cried!
    I mean the cart, wings...everything was nowhere to be found.
    Asked the guys in the deli what happened?
    They said the new store manager put the kabosh on the wings because they weren't a moneymaker.
    A sad day for the wing lover I'll tell ya...

    Wish I had taken pics of those wings...
    If the wings at Buffalo Wild Wings were better than our local tavern or local grocery store deli, the higher price would be justified, but there not. All three place have good wings.

    It's funny, several other grocery store delis by us have tried to copy the one grocery store deli by us that started it, and they have all failed. They just don't cook them the same way. You want that hard crust on the outside of the wing, not a soft breaded shell. The one grocery store deli by us that has great wings also has 5 pretty good flavors, plain, honey, teriyaki, hot, and salt & vinegar.

    I am starting to think I am a wing connoisseur.
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    04-16-2014 11:57 PM
  16. Guytronic's Avatar
    Mmmmm...yes
    Those salt and vinegar ones are a fav!

    ...part of the reason I take pills and walk a lot now ...
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    04-17-2014 12:05 AM
  17. Iki Taba's Avatar
    Iki I keep staring at the doughnuts!

    That pic is driving me nutz!
    I must call on the powers that be to help me resist!!

    I absolutely love those (We call them spud dough) choco covered delights.

    (The wife just mentioned going over to Belair (grocer here in this area) I'm pretty sure the bakery will have 'em.
    If not there's always the chocolate Eclairs .... mmmmmmmmmmmmm ...)
    I'm glad you like it, the one with chocolate are my favourite.
    May the power be with you. Keep fighting. I must admit I gave up fighting.
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    04-17-2014 01:39 AM
  18. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    So I have a whole bunch of food pictures, like I mentioned. I'm going to post them a bit at a time. These will be all homemade cakes and pies.

    Persian Love Cake

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    Slice of said cake with creme fraiche

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    If you're wondering what those are on top, they're pistachios.
    04-17-2014 06:21 AM
  19. palandri's Avatar
    So I have a whole bunch of food pictures, like I mentioned. I'm going to post them a bit at a time. These will be all homemade cakes and pies.

    Persian Love Cake

    Slice of said cake with creme fraiche

    If you're wondering what those are on top, they're pistachios.
    There's a big taste difference with creme fraiche in the states and creme fraiche in Europe. We call creme fraiche, sour cream in the states and it's quite a bit more sour in the states. Sour cream is commonly used in the states with baked potato and Mexican food.
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    04-17-2014 07:37 AM
  20. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    There's a big taste difference with creme fraiche in the states and creme fraiche in Europe. We call creme fraiche, sour cream in the states and it's quite a bit more sour in the states. Sour cream is commonly used in the states with baked potato and Mexican food.
    You're right, sour cream is different than cream fraiche. We can get sour cream here in the UK. I'm also from Canada originally. I've lived in Australia too where sour cream is available. :) Cream fraiche is a good substitute for sour cream but I'm not sure about the other way round.
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    04-17-2014 08:12 AM
  21. palandri's Avatar
    Breakfast - Oatmeal with strawberries.
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    04-17-2014 08:29 AM
  22. worldspy99's Avatar
    There's a big taste difference with creme fraiche in the states and creme fraiche in Europe. We call creme fraiche, sour cream in the states and it's quite a bit more sour in the states. Sour cream is commonly used in the states with baked potato and Mexican food.
    You are right about that, but I personally prefer the French version. Speaking of creme fraiche, I need to post a pic next time I am at Pitfire Pizza and eating their delicious crme fraich pizza!
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    04-17-2014 08:30 AM
  23. palandri's Avatar
    You're right, sour cream is different than cream fraiche. We can get sour cream here in the UK. I'm also from Canada originally. I've lived in Australia too where sour cream is available. :) Cream fraiche is a good substitute for sour cream but I'm not sure about the other way round.
    You are right about that, but I personally prefer the French version. Speaking of creme fraiche, I need to post a pic next time I am at Pitfire Pizza and eating their delicious crme fraich pizza!
    That's interesting. The first time I had cream fraiche in France, I said, that doesn't taste anything like sour cream.

    European food can taste so much different than food from the states. The first time I had a ham and cheese baguette in France I thought, what the heck is this. The baguette was so much different than a hoagie loaf.The ham was dried ham, in the states we're use to processed ham. The cheese was goat cheese, in the states we're use to processed cheese. Common foods in the states are loaded with preservatives and chemicals which effects the the natural taste.
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    04-17-2014 08:45 AM
  24. worldspy99's Avatar
    Thanks for this thread palandri! I have a friend who does this on Facebook and is such a tease. Of course everything is homemade too!
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    04-17-2014 08:49 AM
  25. N_LaRUE's Avatar
    That's interesting. The first time I had cream fraiche in France, I said, that doesn't taste anything like sour cream.

    European food can taste so much different than food from the states. The first time I had a ham and cheese baguette in France I thought, what the heck is this. The baguette was so much different than a hoagie loaf.The ham was dried ham, in the states we're use to processed ham. The cheese was goat cheese, in the states we're use to processed cheese. Common foods in the states are loaded with preservatives and chemicals which effects the the natural taste.
    There's nothing I like better than going to the local boulangerie in a small town and getting a baguette with ham, cheese and tomato. We went to one in Calais and it was just awesome.
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