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Hmm... probably barbecued stuff with lots of homemade sauce. It's unique and rare around these parts of the world. I'm a big fan of chili too.
BBQ ribs, brisket or chicken? I have been to Kansas City and they are famous for BBQ. The place I ate at lived up to my expectations.
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BBQ ribs, brisket or chicken? I have been to Kansas City and they are famous for BBQ. The place I ate at lived up to my expectations.
Probably ribs. The only place I get to eat them is an American style diner near the local American air base. They offer a grill platter with ribs, steaks, chicken parts several side dishes and three sauces. Needless to say it's yummy. And not very healthy.




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I think Id go for some kind of middle eastern Mixed grill. either Lebenese or Turkish. With plenty of flat breads, wild rice and chilli sauce.
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Probably ribs. The only place I get to eat them is an American style diner near the local American air base. They offer a grill platter with ribs, steaks, chicken parts several side dishes and three sauces. Needless to say it's yummy. And not very healthy.
I love brisket personally. So tender and no bone to deal with. Have you ever had fried okra before?
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Guess I have expensive taste.

Beverage:
Bottle of Pinot Grigio & Malbeck (Relatively cheap wine, but great taste.)
Evian Water bottle
Glass of ice Coca Cola

Starters:
Beluga whale caviar
Creamed spinach with a side of mashed potatoes.
Double baked potato
Jumbo shrimp cocktail w/ a hint of lime.
Pan seared Ahi Tuna w/ truffles.
Two pounds of fresh Oysters

Main course:
3lb Australian lobster (Fresh out of the ocean.)
Alaskan King Crab Legs
Filet Minon (Even though I don't really eat beef.)

Dessert:
Rootbeer float.

A minted toothpick.

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Baked, not fried... the healthy choice.

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Breaded chicken with a certain type of pasta that I love to make. They go together very well and it's so good.

That or straight up Spaghetti.
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I love brisket personally. So tender and no bone to deal with. Have you ever had fried okra before?
I've never even heard of okra before.




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I've never even heard of okra before.
It's something you either love or hate. Not too many people just kind of like okra. I don't like pickled okra but I LOVE fried okra.

Here is a pic, but it probably won't do much for you.

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It's something you either love or hate. Not to many people just kind of like okra. I don't like pickled okra but I LOVE fried okra.

Here is a pic, but it probably won't do much for you.
Somehow that actually looks good. Reminds me of the fried pickles I just had not long ago. Why is it that everything fried is extremely bad for your health.

French fries
Fried onion rings
Fried ice cream
Stir fry anything
Kentucy Fried Chicken
Fried liver
Fried shrimp

Damn I need to go to a Red Lobster now.

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Somehow that actually looks good. Reminds me of the fried pickles I just had not long ago. Why is it that everything fried is extremely bad for your health.

French fries
Fried onion rings
Fried ice cream
Stir fry anything
Kentucy Fried Chicken
Fried liver
Fried shrimp

Damn I need to go to a Red Lobster now.
I love fried pickles! Growing up they had Pickle O's at Sonic. They don't have them anymore though. It was just the round pickles that come on most hamburgers fried up. There are some places that serve fried pickle spears but I'm not as big on those. I'm a very picky eater and okra doesn't look very tasty to me when you break it open. But for some reason I love the stuff. Me and my older sister love it, but my twin sister hates it.

If you go to any state fairs they take fried food to a whole new level. At the Texas State fair they have fried twinkies! They even found a way to fry up Coca-Cola!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fried_Coke
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