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Babelicious
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quote:
Originally written by Hyperion Mage:

Oh yeah- Djur's tastes are revolting to an extreme.
Maybe there's a reason you resemble the Something Awful 404 Guy.

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I've got a pyg in a poke.
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Agent
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Cereal for breakfast...not much else since then.

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Austrian Alex - Reality Corp.
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Master
Member # 1046
Profile Homepage #27
rice noodles and roast duck.

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Polaris - Weather balloons, ninjas, and your big daddy Wise Man. What more could you want?
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Infiltrator
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Original Flavour Sapporo Ichiban

to the max

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Shock Trooper
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microwaved sweet and sour chicken.

Can anyone say chewy?

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Bob's Big Date
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Crack cocaine.

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Off With Their Heads
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I am currently in the process of eating yet more delicious Ramen. Before that, burgers last night.

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Babelicious
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Leftover Riblet sandwich on sprouted grain sesame bread. And a nectarine, and a pint of chamomile tea.

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I've got a pyg in a poke.
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A couple of chickens with imitation-blood BBQ sauce.

Death before life without dead animals. If you can't hear it moo, it's overcooked.

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人 た ち を 燃 え る た め に 俺 は か れ ら に 火 を 上 げ る か ら 死 ん だ
Posts: 6936 | Registered: Tuesday, September 18 2001 07:00
Warrior
Member # 4710
Profile #34
Mashed potatoes, gravy, chicken with stuffing, peas, meatloaf, and bacon. So tasty.

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Life is short. Use a Mac.
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Guardian
Member # 3521
Profile #35
In my opinion, salt-and-vinegar chips are the best there are. And has anyone here ever given Curry Ramen Smoodles a try? They're easily my favorite form of Ramen noodles. You'll probably only be able to find them in an international food store or Indian grocery store, though.

For lunch, I had rice with samber, a zesty vegetable stew. Green bean curry on the side, with some sprout salad, a bowl of plain yogurt, and a tall glass of water.

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Stughalf

"Delusion arises from anger. The mind is bewildered by delusion. Reasoning is destroyed when the mind is bewildered. One falls down when reasoning is destroyed."- The Bhagavad Gita.
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Shock Trooper
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A fried balogna sammich

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quote:
Originally written by Detta:

I find that Maruchen Ramen has much more flavor.

Just saying. I discovered that this past weekend.

Yes. Maruchen Ramen. God. Worship. Maruchen Ramen Noodles.

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Posts: 489 | Registered: Friday, December 20 2002 08:00
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I've had salt and vinegar- not bad.

As of right now, however, I'm having dill ones instead.

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人 た ち を 燃 え る た め に 俺 は か れ ら に 火 を 上 げ る か ら 死 ん だ
Posts: 6936 | Registered: Tuesday, September 18 2001 07:00
Infiltrator
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Profile #39
Fried platano (think banana), a Polar and some 'shrooms that should start kicking in soon.

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quote:

"I suffer from spiritual malaise," said Cugel meaningfully. "which manifest itself in outburst of vicious rage. I implore you to depart, lest, in an uncontrollable spasm, I cut you in three pieces with my sword, or worse, I invoke magic."
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Bob's Big Date
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Plantains are delicious, especially fried. Fried plantains are like potato chips, only sweeter and less depressingly greasy. To say they're like bananas doesn't do 'em justice, I don't think.

Pizza. Good food all around.

[ Tuesday, July 27, 2004 19:38: Message edited by: Ultimate Weapon Custer ]

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quote:
Ultimate Weapon Custer said:
Plantains are delicious, especially fried. Fried plantains are like potato chips, only sweeter and less depressingly greasy. To say they're like bananas doesn't do 'em justice, I don't think.
I should have realized there was a word in English for them. Indeed. No justice comparing them with bananas or cambur (Johnson banana, I think is in English (no pun intended)) Fried they are in a league of their own. You can also eat toasted (like potatoes chips)A good cheap appetizer. They are also a great side dish that go good with just about anything. And I mean this cold, or fried. Depending on which you choose, they adapt better to one food or another.
Can you get them in the US? Is it difficult?

[ Tuesday, July 27, 2004 19:52: Message edited by: Pandolfo the Pugilist of Ooze ]

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quote:

"I suffer from spiritual malaise," said Cugel meaningfully. "which manifest itself in outburst of vicious rage. I implore you to depart, lest, in an uncontrollable spasm, I cut you in three pieces with my sword, or worse, I invoke magic."
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Guardian
Member # 3521
Profile #42
Fried plantain chips are excellent, indeed. They're great salted, but even better with a bit of Indian masala, in my opinion.

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Stughalf

"Delusion arises from anger. The mind is bewildered by delusion. Reasoning is destroyed when the mind is bewildered. One falls down when reasoning is destroyed."- The Bhagavad Gita.
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Babelicious
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Corn on the cob, some vegetarian potstickers, and asparagus. And some, ahem, 'miscellaneous herbal supplement'.

EDIT: THIS IS LIKE A BLOG, ONLY MUCH WORSE. I ONLY DO THIS BECAUSE I HATE YOU ALL.

Leftover corn and potstickers. And soymilk.

And plantains are great, and not too hard to get if you go to a decent grocery.

[ Wednesday, July 28, 2004 09:43: Message edited by: Andrea ]

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I've got a pyg in a poke.
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Shock Trooper
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Profile Homepage #44
Yawn. Some Ruisrokki bread with tuna fish last night. It's 12:00 at noon here and I just woke up.

It was delicious.

[ Wednesday, July 28, 2004 00:10: Message edited by: Milu ]
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Agent
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Profile #45
Rye toast.

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Profile #46
English muffin, Raisin Bran (with milk), banana... good breakfast.

Djur's tastes don't sound at all bad, except for the tea. Still can't stand tea.

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Wtf I love tea. Just not chamomile tea.

I drink litres of high-quality (ie what you get from tea dealers, loose-leaf, in little bags, not what you get in boxes from the grocery store) assam and earl grey a day. After seven, peppermint or some weird rosebud infusion, unless I want to pull an all-nighter. I don't drink water, I drink tea.

Coffee smells incredible but tastes like diesel fuel, in my opinion.

Having said that, the last thing I ate was a waffle and some assam. And a nectarine.

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Posts: 407 | Registered: Friday, May 14 2004 07:00
Agent
Member # 1993
Profile #48
Salad with malvaceous flowers. Vegetable-stew with ginger, raisins and kala jeera (dunno in english). Water-kefir and some cassava cookies.
All homemade. Yammy, I am the best cook.

:P And, uh... Alec, don't you think that everybody did read your signature by now? Would you mind to proceed the story or - more better - SHORT IT?

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Posts: 1420 | Registered: Wednesday, October 2 2002 07:00
Master
Member # 4614
Profile Homepage #49
quote:
I ONLY DO THIS BECAUSE I HATE YOU ALL.

Where else have I heard that? :P

Anyway, I had a delicious all-around meal of...I don't remember what it was, I just remember it was good. (Strange, uh?)

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