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    [quote=sprynkles;953859]Looks yummy. What is that hollow bread bowl thing?^^^
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    That is a yorkshire pudding yum yum



    I'll have to pass on the sausage balls as I don't eat sausage, but they look good compared to the stuff on here I have seen!

    How about.......

    World's most expensive sandwich



    US $148 or Ł85!

    Wagyu beef, fresh lobe foie gras, black truffle mayonnaise, brie de meaux, rocket, red pepper and mustard confit and English plum tomatoes

    Would you?

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    no thanks. everything except the foie gras sounds good, though.

    would you eat red lentil & veggie soup?
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    God, I'm eating right now myself. Thanks for not posting anything barfo.

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    I would eat the lentil and veggie soup-yum!

    We must get back to the Mexican delicacy of menudo:



    Beef tripe (I love the honeycomb, not the smooth so much) scrupulously washed and cleaned, simmered in red chile broth with hominy (maíz). Add lots of lime, onion, oregano, cilantro and crushed red pepper; serve with buttered bread. :drools:

    I've already made plans to have my mom make it next Sunday!!
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    I'm not much of a tripe fan, but yeah, I'd try it!

    Fruitcake, anyone?

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    I'm gonna pass.


    Baklava, anyone?



    (crushed nuts in a fyllo pastry topped with syrup)
    MMM.

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    love it!

    shrimp po' boy sandwich?
    white, black, puerto rican/everybody just a freakin'/good times were rollin'.


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    Yes, yes, yes!

    Chicken and dumplings:

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    Um, I like the chicken dumpling soup kind.
    Not like that though..

    Cream Banana Cake?

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    That banana looks very wonderful indeed.
    I would eat the whole thing probably!
    How about chili cheese fries???


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    Arancini (rice balls)? Italian yumminess: Rice with meat/cheese filling, breaded and fried.




    Once had a bad experience as a child in Sicily with these. Used to always get them mostly with ham and cheese, or just cheese and peas. One day on the way home from the city I was eating one and bit into some meat. They'd given me the wrong one, no big deal. Then I got a taste of the meat. Nastiest tasting meat I'd ever tasted, and I ended up throwing it up on the floor of my parents' car. To this day I swear there was horse meat in that thing!

    But they're good otherwise!!

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    Uhmmmm...no

    Pita?
    Usually, the word burek refers to pastry dish only when it's filled with meat. Thin dough layers are stuffed and then rolled and cut into spirals (resembling an American cinnamon bun). The same dish with cottage cheese is called sirnica, one with spinach and cheese zeljanica, one with potatoes krompiruša, and all of them are generically referred to as pita (trans. pie).
    Pictured here, zeljanica...

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    Mmmm, looks delicious!

    Palak Paneer anyone? Indian dish with spiced spinach and goatcheese...even better with naan and dahl.

    Delicious? Check. Looks like baby crap in a bowl? Check.
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    mmm, yes!

    how about manchego cheese (spanish sheep's milk cheese)?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Green-eyed-hottie View Post
    Uhmmmm...no

    Pita?
    Usually, the word burek refers to pastry dish only when it's filled with meat. Thin dough layers are stuffed and then rolled and cut into spirals (resembling an American cinnamon bun). The same dish with cottage cheese is called sirnica, one with spinach and cheese zeljanica, one with potatoes krompiruša, and all of them are generically referred to as pita (trans. pie).
    Pictured here, zeljanica...

    PITA!! Damn, I am starving now! Volim tu pitu puno!





    how about manchego cheese (spanish sheep's milk cheese)?
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    I'd prob try a tiny piece of it.



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    I don't really know how to translate this in English, taste anyone?

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