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    Umm, I kinda got hooked on the Rib-eye from Long Horn's while in the hospital. Although most red meat, besides raw tuna, is kind of off my list of consumable foods with the numbers being WAY to high!
    If lobster or sushi count then, that would be the ultimate for me. I have to have sushi every week !

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    yard bird (chicken), you can cook it oh so many ways.. as a meal being fried, grilled, or baked or topping on a salad or nachos.. sided with baked, mashed, or fried taters, green beans, rice, corn, black-eyed peas, corn bread or a sweet roll... don't ferget your sweet tea..





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    Sesame chicken skewers, usually when they go on sale at the Chinese Food concession of the local supermarket.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2jazzyjeff
    yard bird (chicken), you can cook it oh so many ways.. as a meal being fried, grilled, or baked or topping on a salad or nachos.. sided with baked, mashed, or fried taters, green beans, rice, corn, black-eyed peas, corn bread or a sweet roll... don't ferget your sweet tea..
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    Fresh fillets of Walleye caught while ice fishing. They have to be fried up the same day they're caught, otherwise they seem to lose the taste. Mmmmm... now I'm super hungry for some.

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    Roast goose, with my mother's special stuffing, boiled red cabbage, mashed potato and lots of homemade gravy and I mean homemade. The traditional Germand christmas dinner. Brings back memories of the "old country' and my childhood.

    Second choice would be smoked wild salmon from the BC coast or pork chops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthQuad
    Fresh fillets of Walleye caught while ice fishing. They have to be fried up the same day they're caught, otherwise they seem to lose the taste. Mmmmm... now I'm super hungry for some.
    Yummy, I like your choice too. Makes me wanna go fishing around here and catch me some northern BC rainbow trout, fry them up over an open camp fire and a few ice cold Kokanees and .....
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    Everything on Jeff's list. Prefer the chicken fried. You forgot the butter beans an fried okra son..lol.
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    Everything on Jeff's list. Prefer the chicken fried. You forgot the butter beans an fried okra son..lol.
    damn sho did, thanks.. let's add some fried green maters please..





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    let`s than enjoy our favorite meat meal tommorow.
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