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  1. Joe2

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    What is your favorate food? Mine is got to be steak. mmmmm.....
     
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    Any kind of sea food. Lobster, Crab, Clams, Muscles, Oysters, Shrimp, Octopus, Squid, and any kind of fish.
     
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    Mexican. Authentic Mexican. Homemade tortillas, enchiladas, chalupas, huevos, rice, pollo, any kind of salsa, tamales. You name it.

    And I'm a sucker for a good hamburger and BBQ ribs slow cooked on a wet smoker.
     
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    Torillas are great but a good steak is awesome as is a good piece of chicken or pasta or many deserts.... I could go on
     
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    All I need is a rare cheeseburger and I'm fat and happy :D
     
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    Ribeye Steaks, Lobster, Shrimp, Crabs, Snapper, Blackfish and Ahi Tuna...
     
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    Tuna ? BBQ salmon man ......... a little butter, maybe a lemon wedgy, and a good looking buxom woman served up hot on a platter and ......... *
     
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    Whoah Erich...calm down there are children here...
     
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    Tuna is the gift of the Gods Erich... Plus, theres more Tuna in the Gulf than there are Salmon...
     
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    oppppppppppps sorry guys . yes you need to cook Tuna in a special way, personally it's not for me, but Salmon on the west coast ocean and rivers is pure joy...think we can agree Fish is great, heck I even enjoy fresh cod
     
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    I love Tuna but I too prefer Salmon. Better flavor in my opinion. All fish and seafood are gifts from the gods though...
     
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    Tuna is best eaten raw, just lightly seared on each side, with some soy sauce/teriyaki, wasabi and fresh ginger....

    I have 2 steaks in the freezer as we speak.... I think I know what Im havin for dinner...
     
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    Deep fried halibut cheeks with frites.
     
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    Matt, hey have you by chance lived in Mexico?

    You know the names of so many dishes; say, which tortilla did you like the best? the corn flour tortilla or the wheat flour tortilla?

    I lived in the capital city of that country for a few years and it was not until i went up north the state of Sonora -to discover the Sonoran desert- that i first came across wheat flour tortillas. Delicious!

    Although i found both to very good of course i can say i had a slight preference for wheat flour tortillas.

    The wheat flour tortillas are a Northern Mexico creation; large numbers of europeans settled there in the last part of the XIX century and also after their revolution during the 1920s. Being loyal to their wheat-culture is that a group of female settlers came up with the wheat flour tortilla.

    Mexican cuisine was an interesting experience...so rich and vast -even if i am not that much into spicy food-. Did you try any of those chili sauces they prepare in the Caribbean Sea? Holy, it is hell in your mouth.

    Did you know the Mexicans and the Chinese produce some of the spiciest and hottest dishes on earth?

    If you ask me i will tell Mexican cuisine can clearly be ranked as one of the most delicious and interesting cuisines in the planet; in Europe you can have several types of bread to have your meal...in Mexico you can also have several types of bread and, depending on your choice and the dish on the table, tortillas.

    It was amazing to discover people in Nothern Mexico could regard the dishes of southern mexico as alien food and could look at the served plate with an expression of horror on their faces, two entirely different worlds, as if we were referring to two different nations.

    My favorite food hands down is Japanese...i am an expert cook. At my kitchen i have virtually all the necessary ingredients, tools and gadgets to make any Japanese dish.

    Everything that comes from the sea is a favorite; if i recall correctly there is only one sea produce i have not yet tried that much: seawater. :lol:
     
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    chicken fried steak or Chicken Tenders :)
     
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    ok that's it, I'm having dinner ........NOW
     
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    Primus...raw fish, soy sauce, fresh ginger and wasabi? Super.

    Do you know what Chirashi is?
     
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    Yea Adrian, its damn good, just leave out the Eel and Mushrooms and Im good to go...
     
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    oh man grilled shrums in garlic butter............hey thanks for talking me into that for the morrows BBQ in the rain
     
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    Udet. A man is truly what he eats. Unfortunately, I must confess that my lack of sexual conquests forces me to admit that mexican food is my true culinary love. Wish it weren't so. I'm not worthy. :sad3:
     
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