20 things to eat b4 u die

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posted on Sep, 13 2005 @ 10:25 AM
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I suggest the following morsels:

chocolate covered strawberries
baby asparagus in a reduced white wine butter sauce with a touch of lemon
Hawaiian pizza - love that Canadian bacon and pineapple combo!
crawfish ettoufee (sp?)
tamarindo - Mexican candy with tamarind fruit, chili powder and lots of sugar!




posted on Sep, 27 2005 @ 06:56 AM
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Well......heres my list of great food and where ive eaten it.....

My mum's Sunday roast,
Missisipi Mud pie, some restraunt we went to on Holy Island,
Clams in Garlic sauce, the 'Blue door' -Portugal's Algarve,
Moules Marrinaire, The 'windmill' Cheshire, Uk,
Egg, Bacon and cheese with brown sause sandwhiches, made by me,
Seafood Piella, Moirira, Spains costa Blanca,
Roast Beef and horseraddish mayonaise sandwhiches, 'Nikki's' sandwhich shop Portugal,

Regards.



posted on Sep, 27 2005 @ 09:30 AM
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The $99 hamburger:

....The restaurant's signature dish is a bit of an architectural marvel. The burger is shaped more like a baseball than a patty to accommodate almost three ounces of tender shredded short rib meat that has been braised overnight in a red wine, veal stock, mire poix and herbs; mixed with preserved truffles, chopped up bits of foie gras and stuffed inside seven ounces of ground sirloin steak. Perched between a homemade Parmesan and poppy seed bun and layered with a tomato compote in addition to a fresh filleted, seedless and skinless slice of tomato, frisee lettuce, red onion and horseradish French mustard and of course, the pricey shaved flakes of fresh truffle, the burger stands almost 4 inches tall and involves some impressive mouth contortions to take in. Holton says that sometimes he sees people resort to knife and fork....

The full article is here: www.jrn.columbia.edu...

Peace





 
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