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  • shithawk420
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    I've been known to eat ravioli out of a can.be pretty hard to beat Ricky's 9 though! Lol

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  • troutman
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    Originally posted by shithawk420 View Post
    Ah,I see.glad you got a good steak for only $20.i know there's a lot of fake wagyu in the states.
    Not sure if I'll ever see a Wagyu. But I'm happy with an nice juicy Angus steak.


    Been busy all day.

    Eating 2 cans of mini ravioli. Ricky from TPB eats way more cans than I do.

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  • Green Squall
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    I guess the boats are catching a lot of bluefin tuna around here because all the fish mongers seem to have it and are selling it for $20/lb. Good quality, but definitely not sushi grade. Its best grilled and served rare or medium rare.

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  • Green Squall
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    Baking a few Japanese yams. These are the white/yellow fleshed ones, so they're less sweet than the orange variety. Wish I could get 'em on the reg.

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  • armedoldhippy
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    just finished breakfast for supper, AKA biscuits & gravy with bacon. had a half biscuit coated with warm butter & some honey a friend gave me. that made me want MORE dessert, so i whupped up a peach cobbler & had some vanilla ice cream piled in on top whilst still hot... no damn wonder i have trouble losing weight.

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  • Green Squall
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    Teddy Peanut Butter with dates and chocolate chips. I've been going through a jar a week of that stuff. Love it.

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  • buzzmobile
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    In one of his more famous quotes Albert sez,
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  • moose eater
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    Bitter melon smoothie, though this one is thicker than normal, and we think it may be a bitter melon slushy. Half a bitter melon, chopped up, 2-4 TBSP of lemon juice, 7-9+ fat domestic organic, 2-3 ice cubes (crushed), 1/4-cup apple sauce (or so), several chunks of watermelon, and put it in the blender until the bitter melon is not so noticeable; medicinally tasty. There might be more in there than what I listed, but that's what I can remember at the moment.

    Thanks for the birthday wishes, folks. I'm a reluctant vegan these days. 3 days of ribeye steaks, smoked pork ribs, etc., can turn me into a person who temporarily resents a vegan diet. But the vegan carrot cake with coconut cream frosting was OUTSTANDING. Highly recommend it. We made one a couple months back for my local urologist and his crew.

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  • buzzmobile
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    Originally posted by moose eater View Post
    Pistachios, and vegan carrot (birthday) cake with coconut cream frosting.
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    Then I found a cake kit to go with the card.
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  • moose eater
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    Pistachios, and vegan carrot (birthday) cake with coconut cream frosting.

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  • Gry
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    Eating combo I have never had before, but it works. Pintos and mint.

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  • shithawk420
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    Ah,I see.glad you got a good steak for only $20.i know there's a lot of fake wagyu in the states.

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  • rod58
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    Originally posted by shithawk420 View Post

    I don't think that's real wagyu rod.for one it should have a lot more marbling and $20 is too cheap.wether it's real or not it doesn't matter as long as you liked it.

    I ate a ribeye a while ago and now I'm feeling sick.im not gonna eat the other one
    it was certainly wagyu hawk . i asked the butcher about the marbling and he explained that it was just a inferior product . not all wagyu have the same marbling score . i think this one was only 8 or 9 as opposed to quality stuff at 18 or 19 . this one came from a wagyu farm at Margeret River here in western australia .
    just eating some fried broccoli with garlic and olive oil .

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  • shithawk420
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    Originally posted by rod58 View Post
    mostly i slaughter my own lamb , beef and pork but i was in the local butcher shop the other day and he had some wagyu rump steak . now i'm not a real fan of beef but i thought , before i die i need to try this stuff ! 20 bucks for one steak so , what the hell ..
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    I don't think that's real wagyu rod.for one it should have a lot more marbling and $20 is too cheap.wether it's real or not it doesn't matter as long as you liked it.

    I ate a ribeye a while ago and now I'm feeling sick.im not gonna eat the other one

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  • Cuddles
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    Banana milk shake with oat-almond milk and banana chiled in the fridge overnight.
    This must be the first banana shake since my teens (?) very nice too.

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