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    Quote Originally Posted by czb View Post
    i'm joking. ish.

    i come from a culture where bagels are either plain, poppy, onion, or salt. i never had a cinnamon raisin bagel until my 20s. so yeah. BLASPHEMY. shame shame shame.

    says she who is drinking nigori from a wine glass as i type this .....
    What about everything bagels? I'm a sucker for those, but my favorite favorite favorite bagel is a salt bagel. I had a friend who once came up to me and whispered, "Did you know they put salt on bagels???" I laughed a lot at that. She ate so many chips and so much fast food but was scared by salt on a bagel. (But she did always get her fries without salt which...what is the point/I cannot.)

    I have probably never had a cinnamon raisin anything. Maybe a few times, but I picked out the raisins. I will actually eat raisins in things now, though.

    I made this kind of weird ham and grilled cheese thing with a bit of pesto on an almond flour tortilla, mainly because I wanted to try the tortilla. The tortilla was surprisingly good, but damn are those motherfuckers expensive. I got mine on sale, but they are normally $8 for one regular sized package. I'm sorry, but I'm back to the corn (and flour) ones that cost $1 or less. If you're rich and doing keto, I would recommend them though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterslide View Post
    What about everything bagels? ....
    i don't have a problem with most of these bagels. but traditionally (like, when i was a kid) there was only plain, poppy, onion, and salt.

    but cheese *in* a bagel? to me, a bagel is a vehicle for lox. so cheese, um, no.
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    I remember when they started putting cheese (cheddar, asiago) in/on bagels and it was kind of a thing...It's hard to find good lox near me (so I do resort to buying the "bad" lox) so it's always been about the cream cheese for me...I'm OK with the traditional bagels, but then I was thinking I do eat one that's got cheddar cheese and jalapeños, but it's technically a bagel stick so I don't really consider it the same thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MohandasKGanja View Post
    I think it's because Mrs Mo and I are getting old and losing our sense of taste or something, but almost all of the cheese we buy these days are really hard and really aromatic -- Asiago, Parmegano-Reggiano. In fact, she just called me while I was typing this message and told me she was going in to Costco to get some more for me.....
    Grab some Pecorino (or as we call it, Pecker) cheese. A bit saltier than Parm, but more robust and awesome on salads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterslide View Post
    I remember when they started putting cheese (cheddar, asiago) in/on bagels and it was kind of a thing...It's hard to find good lox near me (so I do resort to buying the "bad" lox) so it's always been about the cream cheese for me...I'm OK with the traditional bagels, but then I was thinking I do eat one that's got cheddar cheese and jalapeños, but it's technically a bagel stick so I don't really consider it the same thing.
    hey, i'm mostly joking. this is just my culture. i realize that a lot of people are icked out by lox and don't eat it. just like when i had dim sum lunch with my chinese colleagues (i was the only cauc there) and i didn't eat chicken feet. it's all what we're used to. except for you freaks out there who eat crickets.
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    A lot of people are icked out by a lot of good food and it makes me sad, actually. YMMV on the chicken feet and crickets.
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    I ate chicken feet in the Philippines...once was enough. Something about the texture.
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    My grocery store has these "club savings" pre cooked stuff. Among other things, I bought sliced london broil and found some garlic steamable red potatoes in the frozen section. It was pretty good for not really having to cook anything.

    I am a plain bagel girl, with just regular plain cream cheese. There are a lot of places around here that have dozens of flavored cream cheese but it's just not my thing.

    Omg, Bitter, you ate chicken feet?? What does that even taste like?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    I ate chicken feet in the Philippines...once was enough. Something about the texture.
    Not a lot of meat, either. My dad used to buy giant bags of chicken feet for soup. Very flavorful but like gnawing on gristle sticks.
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    Chicken feet make the best stock.when I was backpacking in peru I ate in markets a lot and if you get the lunch menu the first dish is always chicken soup with feet and yeah it looks funny but it’s good, you just kind of suck on them, it’s mostly cartilage not a lot of flesh but they’re pretty delicious.
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    I found a tea house that make really great scone with clotted cream and jam. I first went there 2 weeks ago and I can't stop. I ordered 4 on my way home today. This is the best thing ever
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    I get chicken feet to make bone broth. I have a couple Tupperware full in the freezer now. I save it for when someone gets sick and I make chicken soup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greysfang View Post
    I get chicken feet to make bone broth. I have a couple Tupperware full in the freezer now. I save it for when someone gets sick and I make chicken soup.
    Brings back childhood memories of my mom making that. Of course we had to witness the killing of the chickens to ensure the feet were fresh.
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    I remember pulling the tendons on the legs to make the claws curl when I was little!

    Quote Originally Posted by czb View Post
    hey, i'm mostly joking. this is just my culture. i realize that a lot of people are icked out by lox and don't eat it. just like when i had dim sum lunch with my chinese colleagues (i was the only cauc there) and i didn't eat chicken feet. it's all what we're used to. except for you freaks out there who eat crickets.
    Rollmops have the same effect. They are a love/hate food (along with marmite).

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    Quote Originally Posted by BITTER View Post
    Oh, it is Mohandas...got the recipe off of Pinterest a couple of weeks ago.https://www.pinterest.com/pin/428756827027347508/
    I'm trying this, although I might add some very thinly sliced onions to the layers as well.
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