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FOOD FOR THOUGHT
#61
I like Anthony Bourdain, but that's it.
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#62


He makes things interesting, it's not all about food.
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#63
He's come a long way from a deadbeat dishpig addicted to the hammer. His latest episodes are becoming more and more staged with a fair dose of pomp. I hope he doesn't lose his edge altogether.
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#64
(06-16-2015, 11:44 PM)Clang McFly Wrote:
(06-16-2015, 08:11 AM)aussiefriend Wrote: I am right there with you Duch. Here is Oz, we are overrun with cooking reality shows. It's boring.
I love cooking reality shows. I currently watch Hell's Kitchen, MasterChef, and Top Chef. It must be rubbing off on me, the woman at the local mini mart said my hot dogs that I topped with onions, relish, nacho cheese, jalapeños, garlic salt, and red pepper flakes looked beautiful. I even love that food/travel show with Anthony Bourdain.

Clangs, we have something in common...I also watch Hell's Kitchen, Masterchef, Top Chef.... Anthony B has the best dining experiences while seeing the World....I used to cook at lot, but don't anymore, but still enjoy watching the food competition shows. Your hotdogs are an inspiration to cooks everywhere....
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#65
(06-17-2015, 05:21 PM)blueberryhill Wrote:
(06-16-2015, 11:44 PM)Clang McFly Wrote:
(06-16-2015, 08:11 AM)aussiefriend Wrote: I am right there with you Duch. Here is Oz, we are overrun with cooking reality shows. It's boring.
I love cooking reality shows. I currently watch Hell's Kitchen, MasterChef, and Top Chef. It must be rubbing off on me, the woman at the local mini mart said my hot dogs that I topped with onions, relish, nacho cheese, jalapeños, garlic salt, and red pepper flakes looked beautiful. I even love that food/travel show with Anthony Bourdain.

Clangs, we have something in common...I also watch Hell's Kitchen, Masterchef, Top Chef.... Anthony B has the best dining experiences while seeing the World....I used to cook at lot, but don't anymore, but still enjoy watching the food competition shows. Your hotdogs are an inspiration to cooks everywhere....
Marry me? I'll cook for you. I don't mind quitting my job and being a house husband.
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#66
He also sucks a mean pussy, Blue.
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#67
(06-18-2015, 08:16 PM)sally Wrote: He also sucks a mean pussy, Blue.

No, I don't suck your pussy, sally.Smiley_emoticons_smile
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#68
(06-18-2015, 08:16 PM)sally Wrote: He also sucks a mean pussy, Blue.

OMG, you need your mouth washed out with soap, young lady! You are just embarrassing poor Clangs......
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#69
(06-18-2015, 10:21 PM)blueberryhill Wrote:
(06-18-2015, 08:16 PM)sally Wrote: He also sucks a mean pussy, Blue.

OMG, you need your mouth washed out with soap, young lady! You are just embarrassing poor Clangs......

I embarrass myself plenty without any help from sally but thanks for the help anyway BBH.
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#70


I just ate a fresh cucumber. It was divine. I wish there was a way I could eat them all Winter long. Store bought produce is never the same.
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#71
Ate a fresh cucumber... is that what we are calling it these days?
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#72
(06-25-2015, 03:28 PM)Jimbone Wrote: Ate a fresh cucumber... is that what we are calling it these days?


Yes...when I eat it. I ate it.
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#73
Pizza Farms

I love pizza with fresh ingredients and eating outdoors; this is a cool idea.

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There are those who could eat pizza every day. And there are those who do. According to a recent U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) study, 25% of U.S. boys between the ages of 9 and 16 eat pizza every day.

Also, from that same USDA report, cheese consumption in the United States is up 41% since 1995 -- mostly due to our love for pizza. And now there's a delicious excuse to eat more: the pizza farm.

In the heart of America's breadbasket -- particularly along the Mississippi River in Minnesota and Wisconsin -- small, family-run farms are turning their crops into pizzas.

Eating at a so-called pizza farm is fast becoming a summertime ritual. "We're so trapped under snow for so long in this part of the country, when it melts we must take advantage of every warm moment," says Joy Summers, a food writer and editor of Eater Minneapolis.

One or two nights a week, diners show up with their own plates, blankets, lawn chairs and a fondness for eating al fresco.

The farms serve pizzas bedecked with organic meats, veggies, cheeses and herbs -- all at a fair price with ingredients produced right there on the farm (HOTD: toss in some wine and it sounds like a perfect night, to me). http://edition.cnn.com/2015/07/02/travel...index.html

Has anyone here ever eaten at a pizza farm?
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#74
(06-25-2015, 03:28 PM)Jimbone Wrote: Ate a fresh cucumber... is that what we are calling it these days?

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#75
I'm dying right now. I want sweeeets (ice cream, cake, cookies or candy)...but I don't think we have anything here and I'm too lazy to drive. Damn, a hot apple pie sounds good though. Do they even sell those at McD's anymore? Hmmmm....
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#76
That was a huge mistake. I ate a Reese's King Size peanut butter cup and now, all I want to do is go to the gym. Instead, I'm going to try to go to sleep with this mass of peanut butter and chocolate sitting in my stomach.

Gross. I feel like a freaking bloated, beached sugared-up whale.

Now I remember why I don't usually eat crap like that before bed. Ugh.
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#77


Mmmmm chocolate & peanut butter.
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#78


I have fresh local corn and it's $6.00 a dozen. How much is it where you are?
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#79
.25 cents a ear right now. When it gets into full swing and the ears get bigger it goes for $5.00 for a bakers dozen.
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#80


The Amish dropped off a box full of fresh green peppers. I don't have one friggin' clue what to do with them. Well, maybe one. I'm thinking stuffed peppers. It's lovely of them to share and I'm always gracious in thanking them but fuck all if I want to have to do something with this stuff. Jeez.
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