The best tasting things out there

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  1. Matt

    Matt [email protected]

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    i would like to nominate mangoes, Coke, chocolate and cold Milo as the best tasting things out there.

    Other nominees?
     
  2. tangerine

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    Malpeque oysters on the half shell, o-toro, bacon, fried soft-shell crab (on a po-boy with lots of butter, or by itself), nocciola gelato (you already covered chocolate), Lagunitas IPA, Pappy Van Winkle, illy espresso all come to mind.
     
  3. VMan

    VMan Senior member

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    Tangerines
    Nectarines
    Bacon
    Scallops sauteed in butter and garlic and white wine
    Curry dishes
    Reeses Peanut Butter Cups
    Blue Moon beer
     
  4. Alter

    Alter Senior member

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    Bit of a sweet tooth there, Matt?

    I add:

    Pine nuts
    Porcini mushrooms
    Garlic


    Hmmm, I think I will have Italian for lunch today.
     
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    Tokyo Slim In Time Out

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    The Red Mill Bacon Deluxe. MmmMmMm
    Red Mill Burger's Babe's Onion Rings. MmMmMm

    Garlic Jim's Pizza: Chicken Bacon Ranch (sub black olive for tomato) or Double crispy pepperoni, black olive, and cashews.

    Bacon.

    Broiled lobster tail with butter, garlic, and dill.

    BBQ ribs (slow smoked, preferrably "dry". people in the know will understand, wet will do in a pinch)

    Ezelle's Famous Fried Chicken. I like the spicy. (Oprah likes it too!)

    Rockstar energy drinks.

    Good strong coffee. Black.
     
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    VMan Senior member

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    Oh, and apple butter.


    MMMMM! I'd love to slap some of that on some toast right now.

    I guess cinnamon, sugar, and butter will have to do.

    Thanks for making me hungry.
     
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  10. Matt

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    dont know how i omitted bacon.

    i err on the side of squishy bacon, i dont like it too crisp, just tastes like i am eating coal then. soft bacon - so you really know that some pig suffered for this - works for me
     
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    javyn Senior member

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    raw oysters

    pineapple pizza

    any of the char-grilled vietnamese dishes
     
  12. horton

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    anything touched by Thomas Kellher (sp?) or from his cookbooks, if done properly.

    a perfect pizza made with real water buffalo mozzarella
     
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    matadorpoeta Senior member

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    mole negro
    salsa picante
    garlic bread
    cocktail sauce
    dijon mustard
    pepperoncini
    snickers bars (try them frozen)
    spicy barbecue sauce
    tiramisu
    flan
    ice cold coca-cola on a hot day when you haven't had a coke in a long time.
    hot chocolate

    almost forgot wasabe and the sauce they put on korean bbq.

    and the sauce they use at koo koo roo.
     
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    javyn Senior member

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    I'm down with bacon too but I don't like it crispy, I prefer it soggy and fatty.
     
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    matadorpoeta Senior member

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    i'm not a big fan of bacon, but i do like the way it smells while it's cooking.
     

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