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Suck it, AEK.
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I liked it, but didn't love it.
Really weird. The fish wasn't salty at all anymore after 26 hours of soaking.
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I liked it, but didn't love it.
Really weird. The fish wasn't salty at all anymore after 26 hours of soaking.

This is the most appetizing thing you've posted. fing02[1].gif
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Looks very nice.
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I haven't made any this year, but probably made or consumed about 10 gallons in 2011. It's so great.

then you should try heringkäse.
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Look everyone, food real people eat.

yo da man
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This is the most appetizing thing you've posted. fing02[1].gif

is it murican???
post #18158 of 25228
Bucatini all' Amatriciana. Have to do it again with guanciale. I figure the stronger flavor would work better than normal pancetta.

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Real men eat tacos before their nightly facials

Isn't this a popular form of Japanese porn?
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3 egg omelette, craime freche, asparagus, prosciutto, parmesan

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black poppy seed cucumber salad and protein

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cara cara

should've cooked the omelette longer at a lower temperature, minced the parsley better, and reduced the sauce on the last dish more
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Pasta, pasta, pasta

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post #18162 of 25228
seafood, seafood, seafood!!! nothing like some fresh frutti di mare straight on the beach in Cozumel

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grilled shrimp and lobster, conch, grouper and red snapper... unbelievably delish!

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I was wondering what's beneath the sardines. Do you have the recipe?
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I have the recipe because I made it. It is eggplant. Also, they are anchovies.
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