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Christmas isnt even here yet and I can already smell and taste the 500 varieties of food available to eat at my leisure .
Anybody care to name there favorites......maybe we could all get some new ideas on things to cook or in my case, ask the significant other to .

You have the right to remain silent and errrm open your legs furrr me. -drunk friend and oblivious female-
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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-22-2004, 05:09 PM
 
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For me, it will be the following:

'Stir fry cut' beef, pan fried in worcestershire and A-1, (don't forget the rolaids!)

Wellfleet oysters

Thick slabs of garlic bread (2 or 3)

'Green Giant' brand asparagus (2 cans, boiling hot) covered in tobasco

And, for dessert..
Chocolate cake, covered in Grand Marnier

Oh yeah, and about a pot of coffee, maximum strength (plus cigarettes)

yuletide meals
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For me, it will be the following:

'Stir fry cut' beef, pan fried in worcestershire and A-1, (don't forget the rolaids!)

Wellfleet oysters

Thick slabs of garlic bread (2 or 3)

'Green Giant' brand asparagus (2 cans, boiling hot) covered in tobasco

And, for dessert..
Chocolate cake, covered in Grand Marnier

Oh yeah, and about a pot of coffee, maximum strength (plus cigarettes)

yuletide meals
Asparagus and.......(gulp) TOBASCO sauce. My stomach would be doing hoola hoops around my assh#le for a month !

You have the right to remain silent and errrm open your legs furrr me. -drunk friend and oblivious female-
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Sometimes in life, you've got to make sacrifices . I'm a little reckless, so it works out on my end. I will admit, though, between all the A-1 sauce, and the Tobasco, I'll probably pay some sort of price, come dumpin' time

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Buy the ticket, take the ride."-HST
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Asparagus and.......(gulp) TOBASCO sauce. My stomach would be doing hoola hoops around my assh#le for a month !
I had a mild case of the squirts just from reading about it.

Well, it was either that or the 3 day old Chinese food leftovers that I hate a little while ago.
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I really want some deep fried turkey. Anyone ever had it? It's supposed to be kick ass.

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I really want some deep fried turkey. Anyone ever had it? It's supposed to be kick ass.
As long as it doesnt look or taste like fried chicken......Im all over it .

You have the right to remain silent and errrm open your legs furrr me. -drunk friend and oblivious female-
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