FOOD THREAD VOL. GRUB LIFE

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  1. Kimchi Papi

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    Not sure what "urea" you live, but check out your local super markets for specials like these or prepackaged meals that in most cases somewhat inexpensive. If you're in the south & have Publix, they got lots of options.

    Getting rotisserie chickens from super markets is a great meal. They're fairly cheap to. You can also use the left overs to make chicken salad or just slap some on a good bread with a lil bit of mayo.

    Just be sure to cut the chicken right. Posting the video again to use as a guide.

    They should have some veggies & stuff or you can go to the frozen food section & get some microwavable veggies & such (if you really can't cook).

     
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  2. SC kid

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    rant in italian : disgusting! disgusting! so you put in my 30y old granma's recipe the f****** salad cream...
     
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  3. plansb

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    Wtf is salad cream
     
  4. thapointguy

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    Anybody try this yet? I would get the turkey bacon (depending how much they cost) but not the deli one
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  5. Mark Antony

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    I'll watch it again for bow-legged shorty though.
     
  6. dcallamerican

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    Why don't you post in the food thread man. You have alot to contribute.

    #TeamChar is ingrained in the blood stream. Ya herd me!
     
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  7. youngogjosh

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    Apparently it's like British mayo
     
  8. mplsdunk

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    I don’t cook anymore man, I quit like 3 years ago.

    Sold the food truck and everything.
     
  9. dcallamerican

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    Damn, I guess I missed when you shared that info.

    Mind cliffnotes version of story?

    Not worth the Hassell? (No Trenton)
     
  10. tay1

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    Growing up, we boiled hot dogs. Now they're cut open and charred.
     
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  11. mplsdunk

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    I don’t think I really told anyone.

    Essentially yes, you might make a couple grand one day then it rains all week and you lose it all.

    It’s just super volatile and I couldn’t see myself doing it forever, too much stress for too little.

    Another problem was how much Minneapolis hated on food trucks, we couldn’t reserve a spot or anything so a damn car might take your spot down town. There is two good blocks where everyone goes, if you didn’t get a spot there you might as well just go home.

    It blew my mind how they let cars park there, we each pay two grand for a permit plus 10% in taxes but still cars could park there. It was bad enough the food trucks had to fight each other, we had to fight cars too.

    If I could just post up year round in the same spot I’d probably do it still. The rat race killed it for me.
     
  12. alchemist iq

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    Probably the best tasting dish I’ve made.
    Spicey pepper pasta
    And T-bone butter salted steak.

    The difference bettwen both taste profile make this taste really good.
     
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  13. tay1

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    You'd kill with a food truck in Cali.
     
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  14. lawdog1

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    Aside from being more flavorful, the charring method is better because it gives you more options. Can easily throw some cheese on there and get it nice and melty. Better for chili dogs too.
     
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  15. lawdog1

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    That a boiled egg on the side? If so, I like it...
     
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  16. mplsdunk

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    Yeah it was our fault too for doing it in mn. :lol:

    People go out in the winter but f that.

    Maybe when I’m 50 I’ll just post up and sell burgers and curry out on the west coast. I enjoy it it’s jusf too hard to make a living.
     
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  17. dcallamerican

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    Steak
    Spaghetti
    Boiled Egg

    You high??
     
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  18. alchemist iq

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    I’m African man...
    My dad always boiled a egg when he made pasta. It carried over.
     
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  19. tay1

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    Based ln a few African food pages I follow, that dish he made doesnt seem too farfetched.
     
  20. lawdog1

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    The weather may not be an issue, but I don’t think it’s easy to make it with food truck out here either. A lot of competition. Plus, I think there are areas in LA that put restrictions on food trucks like you saw in Minny. Still, the fact you can do it all year round here does have to be a plus.
     
  21. tay1

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    Nah people are killing it out here with the trucks and carts. They go from trucks to actual physical spots in no time
     
  22. dcallamerican

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    Even wothout the egg.

    Munchies meal
     
  23. mplsdunk

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    Oh yeah, I’m sure it’s cut throat af just like here.

    Honestly if I was to do it again I’m going to the hood. Getting a deli paying two grand a month tops in rent and selling bomb food everyone can afford.

    I’m not with that 16 dollar burger crap.

    I haven’t really gave it much thought. I’m doing pretty good at my job now and my girl manages a place I used to cook at so I still got the plug on food. :pimp:
     
  24. jjs07

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    No better way to kill ur workout by having Mission BBQ for dinner...Soooooo worth it tho lol
     
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  25. plansb

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    I actually really like mission for a chain. And i think i have the same dinnerware as you :lol: