FOOD THREAD VOL. GRUB LIFE

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  1. Black Lotus

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    Egg, cheese, and sausage croissant is amazing
     
  2. tay1

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    The best breakfast sandwich I've had is a bacon egg and cheese with avacado on a croissant that was lightly toasted
     
  3. Kimchi Papi

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    When my wife makes what I call her momma breakfast sammich (bacon & fried egg), I usually have it on toasted Kings Hawaiian or Nature’s Own wheat bread.

    If I get a breakfast sandwich from somewhere else I get it on a crossaint. I think it’s perfect for bacon, eggs, & sometimes cheese.

    Back when I used to eat McDonalds I loved their steak, egg, & cheese bagel...

    My son’s steak stroganoff from Noodles & my $9.99 prime rib special from Harris Teeter. Loved the horseradish they made. Had a lot of kick to it as if it was made at home...
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  4. B Sox

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    That prime rib looking medium well in the pic...
     
  5. Kimchi Papi

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    I like it more rare but oh well... Was still very good.
     
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  6. B Sox

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    I'll have to pick one up at some point.
     
  7. illphillip

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    B5C9E00B-A609-426A-9FC3-82ECAEB9C421.jpeg One of my favorite spots in NY. Bodied the oysters and lobster roll before I could take photos.

    Mini tacos
    Fried clam slider
    Shrimp and avocado slider
    Mine clam chowder (also bodied)

    Mermaid Inn (aka Mermaid Oyster Bar)
    Manhattan NY
     
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  8. Comparison Ford

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    Gotta give a plug to this recipe:

    Made it a few times and I keep coming back to it. Finishing up a batch now to carry me through the 3-in-a-row of 13 hour shifts I have coming up tomorrow.
     
  9. tay1

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    Savage Cabbage? At what point do people realize that they're trying too hard to sound cool :lol:
     
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  10. Comparison Ford

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    It's Viceland.

    Forgive them, for they know not what they do.
     
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  11. chucktwnsfinest

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    Best breakfast sandwich hands down: sweet potato biscuit, slutty scramble style cheese eggs and roger wood sausage. Place was called biscuit house if I remember correctly. My top 3 were on some type of biscuit, it’s a lost art.
     
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  12. dcallamerican

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    Rarely eat bagels, but the chewiness of them are appreciated.

    Forget about the slippage, the fact that there is LITERALLY a glaring hole that means there will be inconsistent parts of the sandwich makes a bagel sandwich a non-preferred bread of choice.
     
  13. macbk

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    Not for anything, coldcuts on a bagel are :pimp:
     
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  14. B Sox

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    That's one thing that I randomly never do.
     
  15. green rhino123

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    They know.
     
  16. dcallamerican

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    Sounds good


    Nice presentation.
     
  17. jjs07

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    Wegmans has a jalapeno/cheese bagel that I mess with. Just a plain bagel with canned jalapenos and cheddar dumped on top. Asthetically it doesn't look like ****. But it's a guilty pleasure of mine every couple of months.
     
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  18. B Sox

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  19. dcallamerican

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    Boiling hot dogs, cultural????

    @B Sox , Jalen and Jacoby caller just asked
     
  20. chucktwnsfinest

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    Practical. But I also think bagels are overrated
     
  21. B Sox

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    I have no idea. I've never boiled a hot dog in my life.

    I guess you do it if you don't have a grill?
     
  22. Comparison Ford

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    A par-boil before the grill is appreciated if you don't wan't a dehydrated/wrinkled hot dog.

    GOAT approach to cooking hot dogs is to slice them down the middle and throw them in a frying pan/flat top, though.
     
  23. dcallamerican

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    Yea half-smokes, hot dogs, sausauges (non-casings} need to split down the middle.


    In other #Cultural News

     
  24. macbk

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    Missing out.
     
  25. dcallamerican

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