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    favorite foods

    i figure this will be a regional thing, but besides guns, food is my favorite subject. what are your favorite meals?

    breakfast: hot grits, with salt, black pepper and 2 tbs of butter, 3 slices of liver mush, and eggs over easy.

    dinner: polk salad cooked in fat back grease, pinto beans with extra butter, and fat back , and salt cured fried country ham.

    mmmmm......mmmmmm.....now that is good eatin'

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    I am the pickiest eater I know My wife is always complaining. I have a Chinese wife, but hate Chinese food

    Breakfast - I love biscuits. also love cereal. I can eat cereal anytime of the day

    Dinner - Pizza is probably my all time fav. Also like hambugers, chicken (baked, fried, barbecued, whatever). Shrimp is a fav (boiled or fried). I like some vegetables. Love Mexican food. Love to buy a frenchbread at the store and make my own sandwhich. Like fruit. Plus, despite the first few foods I listed (pizza, hamburgers), I do eat fairly healthy and don't weigh 250 lbs :P

    But, I am picky. I can look at a food and tell U if I will eat it or not - sorry - I am not a guy who should "try just a bite" - as my wife is always pressuring me

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    For me, its BBQ.

    Each Wednesday, I go to a place called "The Three Little Pigs." They usually start my order when they see me walking across the parking lot: One jumbo, one regular, brown meat, hot sauce.

    Memphis is the BBQ capitol of the world. When I cross the Mississippi River or the Tennessee state line, I know its the end of BBQ.

    I went into a "world famous" BBQ restaurant in Owensboro, Kentucky once and ordered ribs. The waitress asked me "What kind?" Should have left then. The selection was beef, pork, mutton.

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    Can't do it now, state put an end to the practice.

    But up until three-four years ago, the restaurants around Reelfoot Lake in northwest Tennessee serve crappie dinners. With white beans, raw onion,twice baked potato, fried apples, and hush puppies.

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    And my doctor put a stop to this:

    Breakfast: Two eggs, sunny side up. Top with brown BBQ meat, douse with hot sauce, then stab your fork into the egg yolks. Biscuits, grits and coffee.

    OR: Biscuits, with butter and Benton County sorghum molasses. Don't know why, but the Tennessee River region produces the best sorghum. And, if you can find some put up by Menonites, so much the better.

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    Breakfast:Bacon, Eggs, Toast, Jelly, and Black Coffee.

    Lunch: A good Buffet where there's a large selection of everthing to pig out on.

    Dinner: Pizza, or Hamburger, or Hotdog, or Sandwich of any kind.

    Just reading this thread makes me hungry.

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    Breakfast = Eggs over easy, sasuage patties, hashbrowns with hot sauce, grits

    Dinner = Fat Ribeye grilled medium rare, crab legs, baked tater.

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    Steak and eggs, hash browns, toast, strawberry jam, milk, OJ and coffee.

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    Well, I see most of the food groups listed (what about beer?). Breakfast (my all time favorite meal) is at a local 50+ yr. old restaurant, the "Del Norte". Mostly on Saturday's for the breakfast buffet with Mexican scrambled eggs, hash browns, bacon, sausage, pancakes (soaked in syrup), various fruits, plenty Picante sauce, biscuits, coffee, juice, and lots of water, and......................TUMS .

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    Breakfast- Little sliced pieces of potato with garlic salt seasoning and pepper with round pieces of sausage and hash browns! Mmmmmmm

    Lunch- Subway is always a winner. Italian BMT or Chicken bacon ranch!!!!! Also love Mexican and Chinese.

    Dinner- Mashed potatoes with gravy with seasoned boneless chicken. OR pasta with meat sauce and garlic bread!!!

    One good thing about having a girlfriend that is Czech is that she loves to cook and god it tastes great! :-D


    Oooooo yeah!

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    I can go for a good Southern style breakfast anytime.

    I love Barbeque.

    I also love steak from my own grill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vom Kriege
    I can go for a good Southern style breakfast anytime.

    I love Barbeque.

    I also love steak from my own grill.

    You tha' man!

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    BBQ anything is my favorite. I absolutly love pork spareribs. My mom makes her own BBQ sauce with is so so spicy and tasty. Of course what Mexican family wouldn't be without spicy stuff. The funny thing about when I eat ribs is that my whole hygeine habits change. I am normally a very clean person and hate to get dirty, but put a plate of BBQ ribs in front of me and well.....WATCH OUT!!! There will be sauce flying everywhere. I have to wear old clothes when I eat BBQ food because I eat like a pig. :-D

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    Breakfast- Eggs over easy, corned beef hash, country potatoes and an english muffin.

    Lunch- Still love my peanut butter and cheese on rye bread with a glass of cold milk.

    Dinner/supper- Medium rare ribeye, baked potatoe, and any veggie or
    Jagerschnitzel and Spatzle or
    Bangers and mash or
    Anything Italian.


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    breakfast Ribeye
    lunch T-bone
    supper Porterhouse

    I really like steak.

    To quote Ted Nugent,"Celebrate the flesh."

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    Quote Originally Posted by riot earp
    breakfast Ribeye
    lunch T-bone
    supper Porterhouse

    I really like steak.
    I see that :P

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    'Nuther of of them flesh eating carnivores!

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    Breakfast
    Eggs over medium with salt, pepper, and Tabasco sauce
    bacon
    hash browns with a lot of salt
    toast with margarine
    lemonade

    Lunch
    Subway 6" Spicy Italian (pepperoni & salami) on white not toasted
    pepper jack cheese
    lettuce
    tomatoes
    onions
    jalepenos
    mayonnaise
    salt and pepper
    bottled water

    Dinner
    BBQ rib eye steak well done with A1 steak sauce
    baked potato with margarine, pepper, and sour cream
    fried rice
    corn on the cob with margarine
    green salad with ranch dressing
    beer

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    Breakfast: Biscuits and gravy, eggs over easy, hash browns, GOOD coffee

    Dinner: Ribeye (medium) on the grill, pinto beans, Vidalia onion, cornbread, Ale

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    I gained five pounds just from reading these posts!

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