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    tacos... I LOVE tacos (in a non-sexual manner!)
    barbecued meat from the grill
    pretty much anything involving a potato (irish descent showing here? )
    bacon
    bacon cheeseburgers
    gyros
    lamb biryani
    green thai curry
    black beans and rice
    ham fried rice (totally wrong, but delicious nonetheless )
    and for the least exotic thing on the list... my dad's tuna casserole that's LOVE!
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    oh no!!! rereading through the thread it seems that SPs and bacon are the world's most perfect match! :yim_rolling_on_the_
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halla74 View Post
    Filet Mignon marinated in Kikkoman Teriyaki marinade.
    You marinate filet mignon?

    Call it filet moron...!

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    hey, it's a thread on comfort food, not haute cuisine!

    plus... as far as cuts of steak go, I love the texture of filet, but the flavor isn't as "beefy" and delicious as you can get with other cuts, so in my opinion you might as well add some flavor so that there's SOMETHING there to taste

    I loved the picanha, or rump cover steak from grass fed cattle that I got to eat in South America the best... I have problems finding it here though- that meat had FLAVOR!
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    oh no!!! rereading through the thread it seems that SPs and bacon are the world's most perfect match! :yim_rolling_on_the_
    I agree, I LOVE bacon!

    I couldn't even tell what my favorite foods are. I really just go with what I'm craving at the moment. So today a bacon cheeseburger could be my favorite, but tomorrow seasoned broccoli could be my favorite. I'm unpredictable .
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    Haha. I was actually wondering if SP's were very connected to food and flavors. Or if SP's have a super knack for cooking?

    I love, love, love anything spicy, garlicy, or oniony. Mmm...
    Eggs, scrambled with a few veggies and soy sauce and garlic, thrown on top of some steamed rice with sarachi sauce. OMG. If you haven't, try it sometime.
    I pretty much really enjoy eggs, too. Omelets with a shit ton of onions, tomato and tobasco sauce and salsa. Yum.
    I'm a vegetarian... so I super duper enjoy egg, veggie sausage, and cheese biscuits.

    French fries! Baked potatoes! Garlicy, mashed potatoes!

    These are often my go-to foods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    barbecued meat from the grill
    bacon
    bacon cheeseburgers
    gyros
    i am HUGE in to bbq pork, brisket sandwiches!
    and bacon chili cheseburgers too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    oh no!!! rereading through the thread it seems that SPs and bacon are the world's most perfect match! :yim_rolling_on_the_
    This has been documented.

    Bacon
    Eggs
    Lamb with mint jelly
    Double dipped chicken wings (I've totally got my all friends addicted to this).
    Collard greens
    Honey backed ham
    Baked macaroni and cheese
    Chicken pot pie
    Soft freshly baked chocolate chip cookies

    Man. If I could masturbate to food this is where I would climax
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    I'm starting to think that the question "do you like bacon?" should appear on MBTI tests

    and your list looks pretty droolable as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    This has been documented.

    Bacon
    Eggs
    Lamb with mint jelly
    Double dipped chicken wings (I've totally got my all friends addicted to this).
    Collard greens
    Honey backed ham
    Baked macaroni and cheese
    Chicken pot pie
    Soft freshly baked chocolate chip cookies

    Man. If I could masturbate to food this is where I would climax
    chicken wings, collards, and mac and cheese? you from the south or somethin'?
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