Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Dragon, Jan 28, 2013.
What is your favorite food? Any reason why?
Sesame balls. There is a Chinese buffet near us that makes these little fried balls made of sesame seeds, bean paste, and other stuff I don't know. I could honestly eat those damn things 24/7 and not care when I die of a heart-attack.
My favorite food is Maryland hard crabs! I use to live in Maryland before I moved to western NY
Fried pork tenderloins.... just love them lol
and lobster tail* I don't care how expensive it is, I could them all day long
I love crab. :3
Some of my favorite foods, and I've had all sorts of food include:
Mongolian Beef (but boy, cause of my medical condition it can rip my ass up like no one's tomorrow, but actually hasn't done so lately) - I love my spicy foods, and Mongolian Beef really gives me bang for the buck. (Actually, I can't stand bland foods anyways.)
Crab - Well yeah, I know I said it this post already but I love crab. Especially crabcake!
Dragon Rolls (Sushi) - Like I said, I love spicy stuff... yeah, dragon rolls would be my favorite sushi.
Raw Salmon - Damn, yeah... best fish ever, and I love fish to begin with. But salmon? There's just something special to Salmon when eating it raw that makes it special.
Striper (AKA Striped Bass) - Back when I was growing up, this is what we fished for out on the Colorado River in Arizona... some awesome eating back then!
Calamari - How can I forget it? I LOVE Octopus & Squid!
I recently learned a new dish, it's quite simple to make. And, if I can do it without screwing it up, then you can, too.
What you do, is you take your Crock Pot, and put some chicken breasts in it. Then, you take some chicken broth pour it all inside, making sure to get the chicken soaked, too. Then you take some salsa (I get the big bottle from Costco) and pour it all inside. Mix it up a bit, and then let it cook on high for about seven-eight hours. But, about four-five hours in, you want to take the chicken out and shred it all up. Then put it all back in and let it cook for three or so more hours.
When you're done with that, just take a tortilla and put some of the chicken in, making sure to drain some, but not all, of the liquid. You're done! You could add some shredded cheese, Guacamole, or whatever if you want, but they taste just fine with only the chicken/tortilla.
Fried Plantains, Bothine (its a spanish treat I use to eat as a kid not sure what its called in english), Empanadas these things are delicious, Fried chicken.....nuf said, Avocados, Beef patties
etc...oh and Hot pockets lol The reason I love these is because my family and I ate these either infront of the tv or on the table. Good memories (funny thing is we still do this to this very day)
Sushi! I love how its made with different flavors, I love spicy stuff
Greek FAKIES FTW!!!
After living in Tarpon Springs, FL.... all greek food looks like barf to me.
Icebox Pie with A Cold Glass of Lemonade or Sweet Tea
Main Course would be my childhood staple after school-Red Beans and Rice or Squirrel Dumplings with White Rice with Gravy
This is called "Banitsa" [ba-ni-tza]
It's made by layering a mixture of whisked eggs and pieces of white cheese between filo pastry and then baking it in an oven. It is very delicious but also it contains a lot of calories
The best things always do.
My homemade chili. Great recipe I got from a friend. I can eat it 7 days a week and not tire of it. The flavors are AMAZING.
Tons of beef & pork with lots of spices & 4-7 different types of awesome chili peppers:
The finished product (I want some now):
@Maaja That looks quite delectable. Add some bread to sop it up and your good to go!!
[Also trying to flex out my necromancy muscles.]
Burgers, any new restaurant i go to i have to try them. If there burger is good i may go back
Have you ever been to "Hey Man!!" they sell some very good burgers that compete with arby's in my opinion.
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