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    Quote Originally Posted by Metamorphosis View Post
    Here ya go. Since it's your birthday.

    Meta, you forgot to add this emoticon -->

    Hahaha, that's so sweet of you. On my birthday, can you e-send me a pack of frozen Stouffer's lasagna?

    I mentioned this on another thread, but my friend was doing her post-college vacay through Europe and met 2 American backpackers (I'm assuming they were backpackers) who were in Italy and pining away for Stouffer's lasagna. It pissed me off my friend off so much as her reaction was, "We're in Italy! What's wrong with you???" But I think there is something to be said for comfort food. It's definitely psychological and eases separation anxiety and culture shock. Or rather you feel it more when you know can't have it because you're in a new place.

    Though I do agree, you will keen for it comfort foods more when you aren't adjusting to or enjoying your new surroundings.

    When I moved back overseas, I missed American supermarkets. Most transplants like myself did, especially my American teachers.

    American supermarkets are magical caloric filled places, like Disneyfoodland! Until recently, there was really nothing like the typical ginormous American supermarket in most of the rest of the world.

    BTW, I don't eat Stouffer's lasagna but now I'm wondering what all the hype is about and am tempted to try it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    Here's some General Tso's Chicken.

    I hate that I like this stuff so much, because everybody likes it, and I hate to be the stereotypical American who gets the closest chinese-food thing he can get to McNuggets...

    ...but still, I like it, especially if the meat is really crisp and there's some spicy heat in the sauce.

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    Kind of looks a little bit like the large intestines. I'll spare you the image.
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    (Preface: Finally, pics are up! Not my own though )

    Yesterday, for breakfast I very much wanted to have this:



    "A three egg omelette with seasoned crab, parmesan and jack cheeses, tomato and scallions, topped with crisp bacon, asiago cream sauce and avocado." With a side of red skin potater home fries.

    Yummmm....

    But instead, I had this:



    A healthy, low-fat egg white omelette stuffed with tomatoes, mushrooms, and broccoli. With a side of sliced tomatoes instead of home fries. And don't forget the whole wheat toast!:



    And the OJ:



    It may sound like a trade off. And it was in a good way. But the healthy omelette I had was actually very tasty and I love grilled whole wheat toast (toaster toast, not so much). It's definitely a stand-by restaurant breakfast. I'll either have this or a low-grease 'California' style veggie omelette at another diner. I love how CA has breakfast down!

    And I'll probably treat myself to the more indulgent omelette sometime soon.

    ...

    I'm actually craving that gooey artery clogging crab and cheese, cheese, cheese omelette right now.

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    Some more OJ for CzeCze:


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    Okay, now that was funny.

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    Had three injections for my root-canal treatment tonight. All I could eat afterwards was tomatosoup...
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    There's this family diner near where my mother lives that had really good soup. It was basically tomato soup with noodles and other seasonings and it started with an "R." I can't remember what it was called though.

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    I could eat a truckload of these...they're such a pain in the ass to make, though.

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    Wow... good cream of tomato soup. I haven't had that in maybe a year.

    Now I want some, with a nice oily grilled cheese sandwich!


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    Be careful with that tomato soup, Oberon...



    ...it could be watching you!

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