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post #106 of 147
a lot of little kids like only white foods......
post #107 of 147
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I hate Pizza, a little less than burgers, but a little more than artificially carbonated drinks.
All of these "delicacies" along with hot-dogs in a stale bun from a park vendor I file under category: "food-related products".
One should never consume any of these in front of children.

Dude. What's your problem? All you do is complain in most of your posts or speak definitively about the things you do like as the end all be all.

Lucky for me I've learned to take what you say with a grain of salt.
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Dude. What's your problem? All you do is complain in most of your posts or speak definitively about the things you do like as the end all be all.
Yeah, that's why he and Violinist are made for each other. They're like a bitchy version of Ed and GQG.
post #110 of 147
I don`t think you need to do too much with a very nice steak to make it a fine dining experience. Sometimes, it`s all about bringing the best out of the ingredient, and this can require more skill than smothering it with marinades.

To come to think about it, one of my favorite restaurants is a steakhouse, which serves meat from award winning cows The price is probably award winning too, as it is about $500~$700/head depending on what THEY decide to serve you (there is no menu).
post #111 of 147
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To come to think about it, one of my favorite restaurants is a steakhouse, which serves meat from award winning cows

I'm waiting for the Al Gore joke . . .
post #112 of 147
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Originally Posted by globetrotter View Post
a lot of little kids like only white foods......

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Yeah, that's why he and Violinist are made for each other. They're like a bitchy version of Ed and GQG.

Why am I brought into all this shite???????

As immature and childish as I might get with GQGeek, the stupidity of this thread tops any gay joke I've ever made. I mean, this guy is actually serious
post #114 of 147
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I have tasted it in a local restaurant in Florence (properly prepared) and I've eaten it at Vinny-Testas (Italian chain, not properly prepared).




I am neither, I am just observant.

You must be a blast at parties....
post #115 of 147
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Why am I brought into all this shite???????

As immature and childish as I might get with GQGeek, the stupidity of this thread tops any gay joke I've ever made. I mean, this guy is actually serious

Not nearly as serious, as you defending your forum-image
post #116 of 147
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I am curious, as I have never enjoyed any.
I have been to many S-houses, since my friends and co-workers prefer them to real restaurants,

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But every middle manager, every car-dealer, every aspiring partner at backwater law-firm is dying to go there for one "great" meal and awful cigars afterwards, followed by a trip to a local strip-club.
I guess I don't just dislike their food I loath the whole Steak-house "culture".


You didn't toss your co-workers into the mix of unseemly people. I guess I just can't imagine having all my friends be so into a "culture" I despise.
post #117 of 147
Well the Brasilian steakhouse i went to was delicious to all those that bashed Brasilian steakhouses.

And yes... I do know what great steak tastes like. I'm from Chile and when I visit I eat Argentinian bife chorizo that makes the steak here seem like food for the dogs.
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Well the Brasilian steakhouse i went to was delicious to all those that bashed Brasilian steakhouses.

And yes... I do know what great steak tastes like. I'm from Chile and when I visit I eat Argentinian bife chorizo that makes the steak here seem like food for the dogs.

Where in Chile?
post #119 of 147
Well a great place is El Fogon in Santiago I was there with my Dad and his gf... two steaks, two glasses of wine, dessert for two, and mashed potatoes with the steak = $24 The steak was around an inch thick and could be pressed down to so thin.. so fucking delicious I ate meat twice a day and the last day I had 700 grams before getting on the plane hahaha I can remember arriving at the airport at 730 in the morning and eating a steak sandwich. Thin steak with tomatoes and avocado on a baguette. It's like the equivalent of a ham sandwich here. God bless
post #120 of 147
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Yeah, that's why he and Violinist are made for each other. They're like a bitchy version of Ed and GQG.

And you're a grown man obsessed with cats.
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