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Posted on 10/01/2013 10:49:09 AM PDT by nickcarraway
The Best Meals Around the World (Can only be linked to)
Although Poutine is very Canadian, I would suggest a properly done Tourtière, which is more of a meal than a side dish. A Tourtiere is a Canadian meat pie.
Mollie's defrosts a mean french fry.
The lobster fritters at the Terramia restaurant in the North End, Boston.
They don’t have my Ginger With Too Much Salmon dinner, served with brown rice and chopped shitake mushrooms, red peppers and scallions, and a side dish of asparagus steamed over sesame oil flavored water and sprinkled with sesame seeds.
A couple of cold beers and a bag of peanuts is my definition of a “Power Lunch”.
Nathans hot dogs- Coney Island NY
ask joey Chestnut
Could you Freepmail me a portion? It sounds great?
A burger???? Oh come on now. A great Bison steak, fried chicken, etouffe, shrimp and grits, rainbow trout, oysters on the half shell, a loaded hot dog, a bowl of chili
Those are a few of my favorite things.
I notice they didn’t include Sweden...is that because lutefisk is so well loved? /s
Frito Chili Pie — at every roadstop in TX
I didn’t see open pit barbecued spare ribs on the list, so by definition this list is bushwa.
Then there was a boat covered with sushi delivered from an appreciative client in Hollywood. The wooden boat was almost 2 feet long and the best part. There was only two of us in the business that time of night when it was delivered. Yummy stuff.
A man was invited to a Swedish wedding but his friend warned him about some of the more unusual customs. His friend said they had a custom of sorts, like door prizes. Third prize was a date with a bridesmaid. Second prize was a date with the maid of honor...
He shockingly said “You can’t mean first prize is...”
“Yep, ten pounds of Lutefisk!”
with butter and cream sauce (since it was after all first prize) ;)