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Originally posted by annabanana
have you ever had the tortilla chips that have lime flavor on them? i forget who makes them, i think its tostidos....yuuum!

Yes, it's Tostitos. I love them too. Two things I love, buffalo chicken wings, and sushi.

Got a take out order of wings from Hooters today for lunch. It's the only place that makes decent wings in my general area.

Thinking about getting some sushi for lunch tomorrow
 



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Mmmm... food is one thing that NEVER makes me upset. My favorites are... peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, Applebees fries and popcorn shrimp and baked potato soup, grandma's potato soup with homemade dumplings, Little Debbie Swiss Cake Rolls (they're like my cigarettes!), Green Giant Rice cheese and broccoli frozen side dish, jays butter pretzels...

and i think i should stop there... i just gained about 20 lbs just thinking about all that! sorry none of it is "special" but its all definitely GOOD food!!!!!!!!
 






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Has anyone had Indonesian key lime chicken? It is to die for! I also like heaps of garlic mashed potatoes with a hint of worcester sauce. Twice baked potatoes... mmm yummy.
 






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Originally posted by nweibley
Twice baked potatoes... mmm yummy.

I prefer to call them Potatop Boats!!! :p
I also love hot dog sandwiches.
First cut two hot dogs in half lengthwise(but not all the way through) Open them up and put htem in a pan on the stove. Cook until brown on one side then flip over and add a slice of cheese to each.(you will need to cover with a pan lit for the cheese to melt) Then get two slices of bread add miracle whip/mayo and ketchup and mustard, when the cheese is melted put the dogs on the bread and WHALA!!! Hot dog sandwich :D
 






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Mmmm! Just had lime seasoned curry chicken today and it rocked! I will see if I can get a recipie, it was REALLY good.
 






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Had some Tuna steaks at a friends house a while back.. just mix up Mayo and lemon pepper and cover the tuna steak in it..you never taste the mayo, it just keeps the moisture in. throw it on a charcoal grill with some hickory chips (Soak em in water first) and close the lid on em.

Lemon pepper and the beef seasoning of choice makes a kick ass hamburger
 






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turkey burger marinated in any thick terriyaki sauce

good sirloin cut into cubes marinated in any thick terriyaki sauce, pan-fried just until the outside is brown

I can live off of beef...any kind...there are days that all I will eat is 2-3 lbs of various beef. Favorite cut is a bible thick ribeye, or "baseball"

Corn on the cob with honey butter, or with regular butter and lots of pepper
 


















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Originally posted by Hokie
Honey on corn? y'all do things wierd in AZ :rolleyes: :p

not honey, honey butter , and its actually a Nebraska thing, where I am originally from and still call home.
 












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its not much different...just a little sweeter
 






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Tuna steaks on the grille is an ****** for your taste buds.

In addition any steak ( well any thing at all for that much ) from my fav. place in the world
Out Back Steak House.
 






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Originally posted by MONMIX
In addition any steak ( well any thing at all for that much ) from my fav. place in the world
Out Back Steak House.
Ohh lust!! They have the BEST potato soup.

And hops' little glazed rolls are to die for! Ohh man am I hungry
 






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I love smothered chicken!


Lawry's Lime and real lime marinated, 4 cheese topped, some nacho strips on a bed of rice...with a side of chili :D
 






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