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Posted: 1/23/2012 3:33:02 PM
smoked pork: ribs , shoulder , it is all good 
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Posted: 1/25/2012 8:26:48 PM
haagandaz ice cream...


we start with pure, sweet vanilla and blend it with sweet, fresh cream to make our incredibly smooth, all natural Häagen-Dazs®ice cream. then we dip it in a crunchy, roasted almond and milk chocolate coating


i used to like ben n jerrys, but expensive now.\\\


ne-1 like inn n outt burger?
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Posted: 1/25/2012 11:15:07 PM
Never had it but I do love Whattaburger.  Probably only eat about 2 a year though.
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Posted: 2/9/2012 9:21:09 PM
chiccarones like a mofo!

i never even tried pork rinds before this January, but now i'm all over them


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Posted: 7/17/2012 3:57:13 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by slikstiks99:



I don't see why they can't make a low sugar soda without the artificial sweeteners. I don't need to get cancer by dodging a few calories. I thought Fresca was like this, but it has artificial sweetener.

That is pretty righteous drinking seltzer water tho.



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Posted: 7/17/2012 2:53:08 PM
just woke up and this thread is making me really friggin hungry...  Just had spicy guac for the first time this weekend.  Awesome twist on an already great dip.

mainman - I love in-n-out, great burger.  The only thing that beat it was when I went to NYC a few months ago and my buddy had me try Shake shack.. all I can say is WOW! 
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Posted: 7/24/2012 11:45:19 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by slikstiks99:

Chips and Spicy Guacamole dip.

Cherry 7 up.


This two paired up is something beautiful.

Guac is kind of expensive though.

Anybody else have some new food addictions???????

Honestly you'd be surprised how easy Guac is to make.  Basically just a red onion, tom, avocado, cilantro and lime.  Its more cost effective too
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Posted: 7/25/2012 2:24:23 AM

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I don't have a food processor or even a blender. The delights of the bachelor life.

Current things I'm doing since BMA retrieved this thread from the depths of hell.

Sandwiches:

Toast the bread. Big ole leafs of ice berg. All about texture here. I'm using those hot peppers, the kind they use at Jimmy Johns. Use whatever meat and cheese you like. I typically throw a bit of onion on there too These factors combined make for a cheap sandwich that leaves you feeling rich. Don't overdo the hot pepper or your behind hole will feel poor as hell.

Not bad chips and dip. I'm buying cans of seasoned black beans. I heat them up in a pot and put some cheese on top, mexican works well. This is not a bad dip. Throw some green onions on top if you gottem. Also, I some times do the same with cans of spicy chilli. This is easy as garbage and not too shabby.

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Posted: 7/25/2012 2:26:15 AM
Cilantro is king, i'm married to a true Mexican
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Posted: 7/25/2012 2:27:10 AM
you dont need one you can just smash it avocado mixes easily with a spoon


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Posted: 7/25/2012 2:28:04 AM
like I said you'd be surprised bro
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Posted: 7/25/2012 2:28:57 AM
and Cilantro is king I love the smell, its up there with basil as one of the most fragrant smells
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Posted: 7/25/2012 2:32:47 AM
this Nepalise kid I once worked with told me the reason they use lettuce and tomato.  People use them to make up for a deficiency in the burger. If you don’t toast your bun correctly, it’s not crispy enough and you need lettuce to make it crispy. If your meat is too dry, tomato helps hide that fact, gives you the juiciness. But if you’re toasting your buns, getting a nice crust, and you’re cooking your meat properly, there’s no need for them.
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Posted: 7/25/2012 2:34:33 AM
eat a burger the way its meant to be consumed just bread meat and cheese
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Posted: 7/25/2012 4:22:11 AM

Guys I agree that Cilantro is the truth. I remember this guy I know had a Cilantro plant growing, I think it was in the fridge. Anyhow, it was impressive to say the least and made for some damn good after-hours burritos. Who the hell is growing the cilantro 

Iron- that is solid burger advice, though there is something to be said for fresh home-grown tomatos. That garbage they put on commercially does not deserve to be called tomato.

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Posted: 7/25/2012 4:22:28 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by slikstiks99:

Iron-

I don't have a food processor or even a blender. The delights of the bachelor life.

Current things I'm doing since BMA retrieved this thread from the depths of hell.

Sandwiches:

Toast the bread. Big ole leafs of ice berg. All about texture here. I'm using those hot peppers, the kind they use at Jimmy Johns. Use whatever meat and cheese you like. I typically throw a bit of onion on there too These factors combined make for a cheap sandwich that leaves you feeling rich. Don't overdo the hot pepper or your behind hole will feel poor as hell.

Not bad chips and dip. I'm buying cans of seasoned black beans. I heat them up in a pot and put some cheese on top, mexican works well. This is not a bad dip. Throw some green onions on top if you gottem. Also, I some times do the same with cans of spicy chilli. This is easy as garbage and not too shabby.



pretty sad that the BMA/GBP alias has these psychopathic grudges against the food and fitness guys because the forum refused to believe the image he tried to portray as being a medical professional...

and because no one swallowed his cut/paste garbage he went psycho and dropped a full on terrorist attack...

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Posted: 7/25/2012 4:24:21 AM
QUOTE Originally Posted by slikstiks99:



I don't see why they can't make a low sugar soda without the artificial sweeteners. I don't need to get cancer by dodging a few calories. I thought Fresca was like this, but it has artificial sweetener.

That is pretty righteous drinking seltzer water tho.


talking rain put out a new flavor that I really like... coconut-pineapple... been drinking that alot lately...

I believe canada dry has also started a line of similar sodas...  I tried them and they were okay... prefer the talking rain brand tho...
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Posted: 7/25/2012 4:38:33 AM
Thanks DL. You could literally be adding years to my life.
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Posted: 8/1/2012 5:17:57 PM
Guacamole 

2 ripe avocados....split, pits removed, and meat taken out
2 - 3 cloves of garlic minced (I LOVE garlic)
1/4 cup minced white or red onion
1/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon of cumin (I use more cuz I love it)
Couple of dashes of cayenne pepper (just to give it a little heat)
Juice of 1/2 lime

You can use more of less of whatever depending on your tastes. I've added serrano peppers before.  You can do cilantro....you can do diced tomatoes.

I think wholly guacamole is solid for store bought, but fresh is always better.



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