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Old 03-13-2013, 11:20 AM   #1
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Default whats your favoirte food to eat?

mine are:
Chicken im big on chicken
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Old 03-13-2013, 11:29 AM   #2
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Most Italian food, most types of seafood, cottage cheese, most bag snacks [potato chips, cheese curls, etc.].
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Italian food, Chinese Food, Mexican Food, Seafood

Fried Chicken, Steak
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Mexican, Chinese, and Pizza.

None of which I get to eat as often as I'd like with the wedding diet
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Definitely Mexican.
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Mexican, Chinese, Japanese, pizza, hamburgers and fries. Hash browns.
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Seafood: Lobster

Meat: Prime Rib

Soup: New England Clam Chowder

Vegetable: Potato

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If I could eat nothing except for one food it would be Sushi.

I love pretty much all types, especially the eel.


It's easier for me to say what I don't like which is corn beef and cabbage, turkey, stuffing, Indian Cuisine...

My favorite desert is NY Style Cheesecake. I don't really like any toppings on it (esp. fruit) but I like a little whipped cream sometimes.
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If I could eat nothing except for one food it would be Sushi.

I love pretty much all types, especially the eel.


It's easier for me to say what I don't like which is corn beef and cabbage, turkey, stuffing, Indian Cuisine...

My favorite desert is NY Style Cheesecake. I don't really like any toppings on it (esp. fruit) but I like a little whipped cream sometimes.

I'm the exact opposite, you couldn't pay me to take one bite of sushi but I'll eat corned beef all day long. The only time I'll eat cabbage with it is when I'm having a reuben. Love cheesecake but can't eat it without some type of topping.
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i also like fire house and sub way i also like Alexander subs
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cinnamon flavored toaster struddels, applesause etc.
Eggo waffles
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Mexican, Chinese, Japanese, pizza, hamburgers and fries. Hash browns.

Can't not to bump this old topic because I adore the same dishes too! Japanese and Chinese quisine is definetely one of my the most favourite, I adore their unique variety of dishes and certain products for making them
I'm also a great fan of hamburgers, pizza and different dishes from meat, especially steaks!



Dishes from meat are also my favourite for cooking at home because they're so tasty and simple to make, as in case of such recipes as here on stylemann.com for making steaks And I have inspiration rather rare for cooking for hours smth complicated
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