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Old 04-22-2010, 09:05 PM   #27
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Gorging food?

Lasagna, cheesecake, Oreos, tatertot hotdish, salted-in-the-shell peanuts (if I buy these in bulk, I WILL eat the whole bag in one sitting, that's why I only buy 1/4 pound or less), Chocolate Fudge PopTarts.

Yes, I do love steak, but i don't want to gorge myself on it. While we're on the topic of meat, around here we have something called "cannibal." There's one butcher shop about 15 minutes west of my town that makes the absolute best. Cannibal is ground sirloin (the very best stuff -- not the stuff you buy in the prepacked chubs at the supermarket), and mixed with chopped onion, and ground pepper, and maybe some other spices. Cannibal is best served RAW, and does very well in a folded over piece of rye bread with a slice of havarti cheese. To wash it down, you will want a Schell's beer. Leinenkugels would work too. Not the seasonal stuff though. You want a 'beery" beer. Not the homogenous watered down crap put out by Busch or Miller.
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