Favorite Type of Food

Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by peterbright, Jan 20, 2007.

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You Are Starving: What Do You Eat?

  1. Mexican

    74.9%
  2. Chinese

    10.8%
  3. Bar B Que

    5.1%
  4. Steak

    6.3%
  5. Other (specify in post)

    3.0%
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  1. peterbright

    peterbright Active Member

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    Wanted Mexican today but ended up at the Bar B Que place eating chicken.
     
  2. Wags

    Wags New Member

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    really depends on my mood......and who I'm with.
     
  3. Ne_buddy

    Ne_buddy Member

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    Thanks for asking, peterbright. Food is one of my most favorite topics. I've never eaten a Mexican or a Chinesean, so I'm not entirely qualified to take the poll. Nonetheless, I chose the "other" option which, in this case, means -- brace yourselves, lads & lassies -- something vegan, preferably from The Grit.
     
  4. NeoConMan

    NeoConMan New Member

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    I'm a carnivore.
    I got to the top of the food chain, I'll leave the green stuff for the grazing animals I eat for dinner.
    Salad? That's food FOR food. O0

    :-)
    Neo
     
  5. EveryMn

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    Beef Jerky. :coolsmiley:
     
  6. javamagic

    javamagic Well-Known Member

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    I love food and never eat anything else. :p
    I do love a good curry and sadly miss the old style onion bhajis that were the size of cricket balls, not the namby-pamby nouvelle cuisine things they pass off these days. That's the downside of Indian food going upmarket. >:(

    "That dinner was inedible muck.... and not enough of it!" V. Stanshall.
     
  7. Lex Lurid

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    [quote author=javamagic link=topic=12161.msg159011#msg159011 date=1169377781]
    I love food and never eat anything else. :p
    I do love a good curry and sadly miss the old style onion bhajis that were the size of cricket balls, not the namby-pamby nouvelle cuisine things they pass off these days. That's the downside of Indian food going upmarket. >:(

    "That dinner was inedible muck.... and not enough of it!" V. Stanshall.
    [/quote]

    I think you covered all the Bases there Java...........Indian Food takes a great deal to beat.....except if I'm in the mood......Italian. Ask Vic!!!!!!!

    Pip Pip
    Lexie ;)
     
  8. vinz

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    French food first, then Italian, then Idian and then Turkish.
     
  9. Treadric

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    I voted BBQ...but runnin a close 2nd would be Mex...I love Black beans covered in monterey jack and habanero sauce... :p ...Yum Yum!
     
  10. TNT

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    My favorite type of food is free food. ;) Then there is Spaghetti w/meat sauce and chicken or beef enchiladas. But the other question if I am starving I'd probably get a hamburger and fries somewhere.
    I guess that there is no such thing as American food. I'm sure people in other countries do not say,"I'm going to go get some American food" when they go to McDonald's. :?
     
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    TNT Active Member

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    [quote author=Ne_buddy link=topic=12161.msg158921#msg158921 date=1169354296]
    I've never eaten a Mexican or a Chinesean, so I'm not entirely qualified to take the poll.
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    That's your story and you're sticking to it? ;D
     
  12. vkgphil

    vkgphil Active Member

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    whats the matter with you guys? PIZZA

    steak is a close second but only if it is very rare (just touched the grill and removed). love cold red centers YUM
     
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    You just knock the horns off and throw it on the plate, huh Phil? :)
     
  14. vkgphil

    vkgphil Active Member

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    yea thats about it. take the chill off if its coming out of the fridge. mmmmmmmmm

    if football is on, then buffalo wings are in order.
     
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    vic108 Well-Known Member

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    [quote author=Lex Lurid link=topic=12161.msg159012#msg159012 date=1169378847]
    I think you covered all the Bases there Java...........Indian Food takes a great deal to beat.....except if I'm in the mood......Italian. Ask Vic!!!!!!!

    Pip Pip
    Lexie ;)
    [/quote]

    INDEED! Indian - Italian - When it's good, it's GREAT!

    Greek, Leboneese, Thai, "country" French, and American Southern too..........
    and a great steak or a good pork chop.....damn, i like it all!
     
  16. Treadric

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    :) Better be careful there Vics...or folks will start calling ya "Pork Chop" ;D
    ...I know ...its OK as long as they still call ya in for dinner ...right?...LOL! :)
    I love this place!
     
  17. peterbright

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    Sounds like this topic got a few hungry. Pizza is great...but actually getting a good one seems difficult around here.
     
  18. Ne_buddy

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    [quote author=TNT link=topic=12161.msg159017#msg159017 date=1169383762]
    That's your story and you're sticking to it? ;D
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    Honesty's the best policy, TNT. :coolsmiley:
     
  19. SG dan

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    i love all of those.
     
  20. peterbright

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    Mexican for lunch...guacamole dip & chips followed by shredded beef taquitos deep fried to a very crispy state. Yum!
     

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