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gee, the "General Topics" forum sure has a lot of Jeep / Compass threads. I'm going to make sure that changes right now :D

What's your favorite food? Mine is pasta. Preferably cheese ravioli with rose sauce, or penne with alfredo sauce.
 

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You cannot be serious . . . anyway mark me down for Grilled Octopus.
Yumm.
 

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I'll have a heaping plateful of extra crispy, cajun flavored, jumbo chicken wings, and a pitcher of cold beer to wash them down.
 

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Well, I thought that was the purpose of this site, he he, but indeed it does make interesting reading, I will have a good surf and turf, if not, well anything Italian will work. I love cuisine from other countries. Went to a great Indian restaurant in Metaire (just outside New Orleans) recently. Fabulous! Almost forgot, BBQ and soul food.
 

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I've had the Baconator a few times. Damn it's good. But that's not the kind of burger you can have anyday :)

I also really like ribs from Tony Romas. MMMMMM....
 

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Wendy’s is my favourite fast food for burgers hands down but these days trying to go more healthy, things like Shish-Taouk & hummus. We have a chain in Montreal called Amir’s who have a great Lebanese fast food menu.

Tony Roma’s for ribs, mmmm, great choice! I think they had a great brick of onion rings too. Miss them. We used to have them but gone from here now. Still enjoy them when I can.

I have to add LOBSTER - North Atlantic Maritime Lobster, and not those 1-1/4 babies on the 2 for specials, 2lbs or bigger, 3lbs great to share, cooked any which way, hot or cold, but first choice is right from the steamer . . . Yummm, too bad they are so costly.
 

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Beef...medium rare closer to rare! Throw a rope around it, drag it to the table, I'll hack a hunk off and ride the rest home. Guess I'm not going to get any Christmas cards from the Vegetarians :wink:
 

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Thats an easy one. Maryland blue crab. There is no crab like ours, nothing can compare. :D
 

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Dirtball said:
Thats an easy one. Maryland blue crab. There is no crab like ours, nothing can compare. :D
- Except maybe their Virginia Beach Cousins . . . I had the pleasure of their aquaintence soft shell a couple of summers ago, maybe they compare. THEY WERE GREAT.
 

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i2canoe said:
Dirtball said:
Thats an easy one. Maryland blue crab. There is no crab like ours, nothing can compare. :D
- Except maybe their Virginia Beach Cousins . . . I had the pleasure of their aquaintence soft shell a couple of summers ago, maybe they compare. THEY WERE GREAT.
Hell no! soft shell crabs are horrible! Steam me up some blue crab and let me pick away!!! :mrgreen:

Now, a close 2nd would prolly have to be the Alaskan snow crab, those are good to. ;)
 

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Dirtball said:
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Thats an easy one. Maryland blue crab. There is no crab like ours, nothing can compare.
Now, a close 2nd would prolly have to be the Alaskan snow crab, those are good to. ;)
UNTIL YOU'VE HAD A 2 POUND ATLANTIC LOBSTER! :wink: :wink:
 

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fresh Alaskan salmon (such as King) ... fresh Alaskan moose is also pretty tasty. Fresh Alaskan halibut too.

notice a theme here? hehhehehe ...

We've been fortunate enough to have had all of the above ... courtesy of our son. Except for the halibut ... he and I caught that together (125 lbs of fish!).
 

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i2canoe said:
Dirtball said:
Dirtball said:
Thats an easy one. Maryland blue crab. There is no crab like ours, nothing can compare.
Now, a close 2nd would prolly have to be the Alaskan snow crab, those are good to. ;)
UNTIL YOU'VE HAD A 2 POUND ATLANTIC LOBSTER! :wink: :wink:
whoa whoa whoa! :wink: If you want to talk about lobster, then yes, I agree. But crabs and lobster are 2 different foods. So when it comes to crabs, maryland blue crab, Lobster, I will agree with the atlantic.
 

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fresh Alaskan salmon (such as King) ... fresh Alaskan moose is also pretty tasty. Fresh Alaskan halibut too.

notice a theme here? hehhehehe ...

We've been fortunate enough to have had all of the above ... courtesy of our son. Except for the halibut ... he and I caught that together (125 lbs of fish!).
Try going samon fishing in the Yukon or Alaska. That's almost scary. I had a guy drag a 110 lb salmon out beside me (after what seemed to me a good battle). Afterward his wife walked up, looked it and said 'Small one'. I looked at my rod with 50lb test on it and almost crapped myself. No wonder my line kept breaking. :|
 

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rommel543 said:
kwc said:
fresh Alaskan salmon (such as King) ... fresh Alaskan moose is also pretty tasty. Fresh Alaskan halibut too.

notice a theme here? hehhehehe ...

We've been fortunate enough to have had all of the above ... courtesy of our son. Except for the halibut ... he and I caught that together (125 lbs of fish!).
Try going samon fishing in the Yukon or Alaska. That's almost scary. I had a guy drag a 110 lb salmon out beside me (after what seemed to me a good battle). Afterward his wife walked up, looked it and said 'Small one'. I looked at my rod with 50lb test on it and almost crapped myself. No wonder my line kept breaking. :|
My son goes dip netting in the Chitina River ... did very well this past year!
 
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