Your Ultimate Meal

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    SSalty Team Liquid Force

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    EDIT: BIFF would you please move this to the off topic section, even if this includes beef, haha, thanks.

    Would would your ultimate meal consist of?

    Me:

    -Filet Mignon cooked medium rare with wild mushroom cognac sauce
    -Lobster tail with butter
    -Baked Potato with sour cream, butter, and chives

    Damn i'm hungry
     
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    first off thats a lot of food, and second doesnt this belong in the off topic forum
     
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    cgoodman381 can i put whtever i want?

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    a whole raw tuna right from the ocean with a mango soysauce mix
     
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    SSalty Team Liquid Force

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    I am assuming you would prefer a happy meal:mrgreen:

    Have you ever had surf and turf?

    It usually consists of a small filet and small lobster tail its not a lot of food.
     
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    That sounds good but I would include wasabi.
     
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    i didnt know you meant small
     
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    cgoodman381 can i put whtever i want?

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    mm yea definetly.

    Conch salad is also really good.
     
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    I'd go lobster tail. Best lobster I have ever had was in Key West, but then I have never been out to Maine... ;)
     
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    Fried venison tender loin with fried potatoes,gravy,buttermilk biscutes.
     
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    mmmm biscuits and gravy, imma see if my mom can make some for dinner
     
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    a big old 18 oz steak and lobster tail
     
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    im not a fat, jew hating asshole
     
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    pork chops with a bone, mashed taters with white pepper gravy, and some corn on the cob! meal for champions right there! follow that up with a nice cool glass of crown and coke and i've had a night made in heaven!
     
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    Fried Chicken bisquits with butter and honey and a loaded baked potato.
     
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    Good thing I already ate dinner or I'd be raiding the fridge. I don't know if I could list a favorite. I love sushi, london broil when cooked right, and (I think, it's been soooo long now) porterhouse steaks cooked med rare. Oh, and I can't pass up on chicken marsalla or most any seafood. And don't forget the appetizers ... clams cassino.
     
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    Ooh! The mcrib sandwich is back at mcdonalds for a limited time!

    Haha just kidding. I haven't had mcdonalds in years. And it definitely sucks.

    Hey ssalty don't you do a lot of really good cooking? Maybe you should start a in the kitchen with ssalty thread... Seems like a long time ago you put up some recipes but I can't recall.
     
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    anything good thats free. (college student)

    but If I had to put something down then I would go with tuna and a lobster. yumm....man im sick and not feeling like eating but that sounds good (and expensive)
     
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