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lightchaser
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Re: Favorite Foods

#261153 1 year, 2 months ago
Blackened Prime Rib.
For an unrepentant carnivore this is sheer ecstasy! At a recent get together, a friend cooked a a whole rib roast in a smoker (about 5 hours with applewood) to a perfect medium rare. The slabs were cut to the desired thickness (somewhere between 1 and 2 inches) and then doused with a Cajun spice mixture and tossed into a red hot cast iron frying pan. The smell of the thick smoke coming off the pan was drool-inducing and that 1st bite of the finished product induced the culinary equivalent of an orgasm. There were no leftovers.
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Re: Favorite Foods

#261161 1 year, 2 months ago
Nice description, I can almost smell it,
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AcidTestGraduate
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Re: Favorite Foods

#261426 1 year, 1 month ago
I'm always surprised by the number of ardent carnivores on this here forum
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Re: Favorite Foods

#261427 1 year, 1 month ago
Would you please repost that picture?
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Re: Favorite Foods

#261449 1 year, 1 month ago
chocolate and peanut butter - heavenly combination (thank u emily for the rpb cups this last new years) and seafood. any kind of seafood...fresh seafood. mmmmmmmm yum yum
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Re: Favorite Foods

#261487 1 year, 1 month ago
salmon!!! here in the Seattle area its great to see and appreciate the different types, fat content and flavor. Curious to see how the Yukon river kings can taste so different from the Fraser river sockeye, all to do with fat and how far they have to swim and such. I cook it some times just with a touch of butter and salt. Cooking on a cedar plank is fun, especially in the late summer and fall, fish can have a bit more of a fish...... taste and there is nothing like a late fall evening with a cold brew, the smell of cedar, and relaxing watching the spider webs wafting thru the sky in the evening light....
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Re: Favorite Foods

#261501 1 year, 1 month ago
I love fish. Fresh salmon is amazingly good. Pan fried in an iron skillet, with a little bit of lemon, sea salt, pepper, and a touch of butter.
I also love a good fish fry. Man that's good stuff.
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Re: Favorite Foods

#261504 1 year, 1 month ago
Im a Sushi addict...
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Ossumpei
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Re: Favorite Foods

#261515 1 year, 1 month ago
I had a Ted Drewes apple pie sundae last night and it is the best thing I've ever eaten.

Beans, chicken, rice may be my most eaten foods and in that light my favorite.

But when it comes to a sweet desert, it is the best, bar none.
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Re: Favorite Foods

#262235 1 year, 1 month ago
MushroomMan strawberries reminded me it's that time of year for fresh STRAWBERRY SHORTCAKE.
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