What are you Eating/Drinking?

Discussion in 'The Rumble Strip' started by Super-Supra, Jul 21, 2003.

  1. Chrunch Houston

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    I had red beans and rice with sausage, and garlic er toast.

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  2. kikie

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    I just had some Chocolat for breakfast (85% cacao).

    I think I'm going to prepare some Kefir with stuff in it.
     
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  3. BobK

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    I had tube steaks and whistleberries for dinner last night. AKA hot dogs and beans.
     
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  4. Rallywagon

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    I was wondering where this was going when you started off with tube steak... good finish.
    These past two night have been spent cooking over the camp fire. Last night was ribs. The night before steak. My stomach has been a happy lad.
     
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  5. kikie

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    The only thing I had for lunch was delicious homemade tomato soup.
     
  6. W3HS

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    I just finished a Pizza Hut pepperoni.

    It was a last resort, all the good pizza places are were closed for the night.

    I regret nothing. Right now.

    I may regret it when the heartburn kicks in.
     
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  7. phillkillv2

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    I only drink plain kefir. What do you put in it?
     
  8. kikie

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    Stuff.



    Depends, raisins, seeds, coconut blossom sugar, pure cacao, dried fruit powder.
     
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  9. Chrunch Houston

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    For some reason someone set up a taco trailer right across the street from where I live. It is a one man operation. I thought I would give it a try.

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    The top two are al pastor they were awesome, the bottom two are beef fajita they were a little bland

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    I am going to have a hard time not stopping there on my way home from work from now on.
     
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  10. phillkillv2

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    Having a glass of Pinot Grigio. It's not bad for how cheap it is, but it was an impulse buy at Trader Joes.

    You make it sound like he's some rogue taco operative recruiting people for a clandestine cause :lol::lol::lol:

    Usually that's where the best tacos come from.
     
  11. Chrunch Houston

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    I love street tacos. I can get these without even getting in the car.:drool: I guess it is better than a Taco Bell within walking distance. I am sure these are healthier.
     
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  12. phillkillv2

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    I'll never forget drunkenly stumbling upon a taco truck with some folks after a night of drinks; the truck owners had their child in there watching shows on the iPad at like 11pm. I complimented her mom, joked and said that these tacos were coming from the heart. I left a huge tip for them and sat on the curb with friends drunk stuffing our faces with pickled veggies and chicken tacos.

    There was the other truck at the train station that only popped up on Thursdays. They didn't use Square and were cash only, so we would set up a credit system - (Get a breakfast burrito this Thursday - Pay it back next Thursday) I was a broke college student and I was paying $16 a day just to get to my school in the Bay Area, so they showed pity. I used that credit system with there one more time, then the truck just disappeared.

    I miss taco trucks :((
     
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  14. coryclifford

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    Got one of them Taco Bell grilled cheese burritos. And yeah, they’re good.

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    Though mine looks weird…
     
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  15. Rallywagon

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    Looks like the one I had. The wife was out a few days back and picked up dinner. Told her to grab me a 5 dollar box from toxic hell. Had no idea this burrito was a thing. Given the state of the other food, I figured some slacker teen or something messed up and somehow got cheese on the exterior. Glad to see it was on purpose and actually tastes pretty good.
     
  16. MatskiMonk

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    80 to 140 units per week.

    Felt bad to begin with.
     
  17. kikie

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    I just had my last Kookie cat cookie.
     
  18. Rallywagon

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    Chewing on a strip of Buffalo Jerky, wondering what I'm going to make for lunch.
     
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  19. Sprite

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    Had leftover roast beef, re-heated in a pan with butter and onions. All in a deli wrap with a little tomato sauce. For dinner. I’m now just cooking home made meatballs with tagliatelle for my evening meal.

    50% Italian sausage
    50% ground beef

    no onion and just some salt pepper and breadcrubs with an egg to bind.

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    homemade sauce (basic tomato and basil)
     
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  20. kolio

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    That seems soo good, but simple.


    I had Lion's Choice for lunch. Roast Beef Sandwich on Texas Toast with provel cheese. Fries and Coke no ice on the side. Good stuff for fast food.

    Had a few bites of pork fried rice from China King just now.

    I'm done eating for the day.
     
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  21. phillkillv2

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    A glass of wine.

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  22. 35mm

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    It's way too hot here these days, so we went with some sandwiches and lemonade for lunch.

    Sandwiches had homemade mayo, egg, tomato, tuna and onion. I ate three of these.

    The lemonade also had cucumber, which made it interesting.
     
  23. RCKakashi14

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    Sunday lunch:

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  24. kikie

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    Pizza for lunch.
     
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  25. Danoff

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    Root beer float. @TexRex, since you know everything about food. How does one prevent that unwanted foam when making a root beer or coke float?
     
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  26. TexRex

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    Pour the cola first and let the foam subside or pour the cola gently into a pocket between the scoop of ice cream and the glass/mug, with it tilted as you'd pour a beer for which excessive head is undesirable.

    Another approach may be introducing acid. I'm no chemist, but I seem to recall reading that the casein proteins in the dairy are what stabilize the bubbles, making them less susceptible to bursting. Acid may help to destabilize those bonds. Or it may not, because you've got carbonic acid in the cola already. Acid also increases the likelihood that the dairy will curdle, though cream is much more stable than milk.

    I embrace the froth, frankly.
     
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  27. coryclifford

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    Or, seriously, use the oil on your nose. Wipe your finger on the bridge of your nose, dip it into the foam.
     
  28. kolio

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    My mom has told me this, but I've never given it a try.
     
  29. kikie

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    You can't believe what I just ate @kolio .

    Cashew nuts. Only a few.
     
  30. kolio

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    Hahah! And you won't believe what I just had for breakfast!


    Ice cream. Low fat chocolate.
     
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