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    When Two Flavors Collide: By chance or by design.

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    I love Merlot wine and often have it with pesto sauced covered pasta and a dark chocolate desert of sorts. The Merlot plays off both of those very well.

    Tonight by chance: Getting off work I stopped at a Firehouse Sub and got my usual NY Steamer. Which is hot corned beef brisket, premium pastrami with melted provolone, deli mustard, mayo, and Italian dressing on a wheat roll, amazing in of itself. With it I thought Iíd get a bag of chips. Upon viewing the flavors they had I spotted a Kettle Cooked, Farmhouse White Cheddar. Looked tasty so I grabbed two bags. Drove home and devoured the sub. About 15 minutes later I poured a glass of Merlot to unwind from the day. These two bags of chips were staring me down. Still hungry I picked one up, tore it open and started to graze. Iím not much of a potato chip person but this one was amazing chip. I then took a sip of Merlot and holy crap! The two flavor combo was addicting. I devoured the two bags while sipping Merlot in 15 minutes. Definitely one of my go to taste combos in the future. Luckily this place that serves these chips is close to my work, yum!

    Post up some of your go to flavor combinations.

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    Strong Margarita and [________________]*




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    Iíve said this before but itís worth saying again, ice cold V8 and anything with dark chocolate in it. Dark snickers, dark almond joy, dark chocolate chip cookies, etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
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    Oh hell yes. Margarita is my favorite drink. Goes so good with any Mexican food but especially well with chili rellenos. And steak, and fish, and seafood, and spaghetti
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir kayakalot View Post
    Oh hell yes. Margarita is my favorite drink. Goes so good with any Mexican food but especially well with chili rellenos. And steak, and fish, and seafood, and spaghetti
    Margaritas are my next go to. Love them with any mex dish. In fact I just learned some of the Mexican restaurants [as well as others] in my area are letting alcoholic beverages out the door with your ďgo toĒ meals. A styrofoam cup sealed with a state sticker in case you get pulled over, it has to be sealed. Iíve been getting mex plate dinners and margs to go. Gotta quench that craving with my Mexican food, on the rocks no salt please.
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    I couldn't get past 'NY Steamer' and 'hot corned beef'.

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    Itís about making sure there is salt on the rim of margaritas
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I couldn't get past 'NY Steamer' and 'hot corned beef'.

    What's this thread about?
    You donít know what youíre missing. Best sub Iíve ever had.

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    Itís about making sure there is salt on the rim of margaritas
    No...no...no.. salt free for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    got my usual NY Steamer
    You should try the Cleveland variant sometime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    You donít know what youíre missing.
    I know what I'm not missing; about $10 out of my wallet.
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    Ham and pineapple

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I know what I'm not missing; about $10 out of my wallet.
    Maybe when you get your Covid-19 stimulus check, you could go try a Firehouseģ sub.
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    Maybe when you get your Covid-19 stimulus check, you could go try a Firehouseģ sub.
    Nope, never! I haven't eaten any restaurant food since the lockdown, and it's been great!

    Am I doing it right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Nope, never! I haven't eaten any restaurant food since the lockdown, and it's been great!

    Am I doing it right?

    Eat your broccoli Korn! Gotta get some green in there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Nope, never! I haven't eaten any restaurant food since the lockdown, and it's been great!

    Am I doing it right?

    Bet that's pretty good with some oregano.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WHALENARD View Post
    You should try the Cleveland variant sometime.

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    I donít recall seeing that one on their menu. Every sub Iíve had there has been amazing though so Iíll look for it next time.

    Korn: I get the medium which is a good 8Ē total and only $6 not $10. I have a feeling youíre doing it wrong.

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    Hey, if he can claim itís 10Ē, canít he claim itís $10 too?
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    I like tequila but to me margaritas are for tourists and snowbirds. Margaritas are for dessert, not for dinner. I just get a beer at Mexican restaurants. If I have something that's margarita like it's a good tequila and lime juice, on the rocks with salt. Or a paloma, it's tequila and grapefruit. No sugary premix or cointreau.

    Having said that, unusual flavors I mix, sriracha and peanut butter. Best on a tortilla. Salty, sweet, spice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    Maybe when you get your Covid-19 stimulus check, you could go try a Firehouseģ sub.
    Maybe I'm being a little harsh, I do enjoy some eating out once in a while.

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    I donít recall seeing that one on their menu. Every sub Iíve had there has been amazing though so Iíll look for it next time.
    Do they have a salad bar?

    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Korn: I get the medium which is a good 8Ē total and only $6 not $10. I have a feeling youíre doing it wrong.
    How much were the chips?
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    So, nobody's bothered with the obvious? Chocolate and peanut butter?
    Just call me Ray

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir kayakalot View Post
    Eat your broccoli Korn! Gotta get some green in there.
    I'll try broccoli next! I don't know why or how, but all of a sudden, out of the blue, I thought about cauliflower and now I can't get enough!

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    Bet that's pretty good with some oregano.
    I'm on it!

    *That's actually Mexican Oregano in the jar in the background, so close yet so far away...
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    So, nobody's thought about the obvious? Peanut butter and chocolate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Radium View Post
    So, nobody's thought about the obvious? Peanut butter and chocolate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    sriracha and peanut butter.
    Thank you!

    Having that now on saltines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Maybe I'm being a little harsh, I do enjoy some eating out once in a while.
    What I was getting at is that with an extra $1200.00 burning a hole in your pocket, maybe go and try a fancy sub sandwich. Throw budget constraints to the wind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
    What I was getting at is that with an extra $1200.00 burning a hole in your pocket, maybe go and try a fancy sub sandwich. Throw budget constraints to the wind.
    Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    I like tequila but to me margaritas are for tourists and snowbirds. Margaritas are for dessert, not for dinner. I just get a beer at Mexican restaurants. If I have something that's margarita like it's a good tequila and lime juice, on the rocks with salt. Or a paloma, it's tequila and grapefruit. No sugary premix or cointreau.

    Having said that, unusual flavors I mix, sriracha and peanut butter. Best on a tortilla. Salty, sweet, spice.
    Iíll have to try that Sriracha and peanut butter combo sometime.

    Heres one for ya. An X turned me on to this and for years I told her she was nuts until one day I finally tried it.

    Cottage cheese and add a dash of Tabasco Sauce. Oh, so tasty. Cream Cheese and Tabasco is also a great combo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Maybe I'm being a little harsh, I do enjoy some eating out once in a while.



    Do they have a salad bar?
    No salad bar. They sell a bunch of different hot sauces though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Maybe I'm being a little harsh, I do enjoy some eating out once in a while.



    How much were the chips?

    Never really sat down and pondered a bag of chips price.

    I will tell you I never buy any beverage at fast food joints. Thatís where they empty your pockets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Cottage cheese and add a dash of Tabasco Sauce. Oh, so tasty. Cream Cheese and Tabasco is also a great combo.
    both of those are great combos. I put tabasco on a lot of dairy. great on goat cheese.

    not too sure about this combo. I like hot and spicy but fish and nuts?

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    Ingredients: Fried Sardines, Tomato sauce, Chili, Sugar, Salt, Peanuts, Green Peas, Spices, and Seasoning.

    Only reason I bought it was because I thought it was just too strange to pass up. I'll let my friend Dave try it.
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    My favorite combo has always been chocolate and beer. Heineken and Hershey when I was younger. Now it's all about a punch-you-in-the-face West Coast IPA and Dark Chocolate.

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    I'm with Az on Margaritas, not a fan especially with Cuervo...which is what most restaurants use.

    White rice with mayo on it, yummm.

    White rice, over easy eggs, and ketchup, mix it up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    I'm with Az on Margaritas, not a fan especially with Cuervo...which is what most restaurants use.

    White rice with mayo on it, yummm.

    White rice, over easy eggs, and ketchup, mix it up.
    Cuervo 1800 isn't bad when you first open it, after a day it goes downhill quickly. My parents are tequila connoisseurs.
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    I use dry toasted ramen noodles for croutons on salad.
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    Not a cottage cheese fan.
    Good tequila, fresh squeezed lime, and Grand Marnier in lieu of other mixers, fuggedaboutit.

    French fries and mayonnaise. The richer the French/Belgium style mayonnaise the better. Double fried in duck fat, fuggedaboutit.

    I like cheddar cheese and peanut butter for a hearty little snack.
    Glazed beaver and pineapple juice is a good combo too, eh fuggedaboutit

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    Hot fresh french fries dipped in a chocolate malt.........mmmmmm sweet mother
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    lolz!!! dj actually looked for the Cleveland Steamer on the menu. silly boy, they're on the other page with the Alabama Hot Pockets.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by .WestCoastHucker. View Post
    lolz!!! dj actually looked for the Cleveland Steamer on the menu. silly boy, they'e on the other page with the Alabama Hot Pockets.....
    Now he's gonna be pissed!

    In case y'all didn't get my salad bar reference, lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by net wurker View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir kayakalot View Post
    Oh hell yes. Margarita is my favorite drink. Goes so good with any Mexican food but especially well with chili rellenos. And steak, and fish, and seafood, and spaghetti
    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Margaritas are my next go to. Love them with any mex dish. In fact I just learned some of the Mexican restaurants [as well as others] in my area are letting alcoholic beverages out the door with your ďgo toĒ meals. A styrofoam cup sealed with a state sticker in case you get pulled over, it has to be sealed. Iíve been getting mex plate dinners and margs to go. Gotta quench that craving with my Mexican food, on the rocks no salt please.
    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    I like tequila but to me margaritas are for tourists and snowbirds. Margaritas are for dessert, not for dinner. I just get a beer at Mexican restaurants. If I have something that's margarita like it's a good tequila and lime juice, on the rocks with salt. Or a paloma, it's tequila and grapefruit. No sugary premix or cointreau.

    Having said that, unusual flavors I mix, sriracha and peanut butter. Best on a tortilla. Salty, sweet, spice.
    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    I'm with Az on Margaritas, not a fan especially with Cuervo...which is what most restaurants use.

    White rice with mayo on it, yummm.

    White rice, over easy eggs, and ketchup, mix it up.
    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    Cuervo 1800 isn't bad when you first open it, after a day it goes downhill quickly. My parents are tequila connoisseurs.
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    We are quarantined correct. All the dine in restaurants closed. Iím still working but Iíve had my fair share of take out recently. Take for example, tonight coming home. My favorite Mexican restaurant just blocks from me. Luckily for me they allow margaritas to go.

    Pro Tip: Transfer margaritas from styrofoam cup to plastic or glass pronto. I made that mistake last week after only drinking half of one and putting the cup in the refrigerator. The next day it had made its way through the styrofoam and dripped all over the refrigerator. Luckily for me nobody witnessed me sticking my head in the refrigerator and drinking from under the shelf.

    BTW: On the rocks no salt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radium View Post
    So, nobody's bothered with the obvious? Chocolate and peanut butter?
    That's a relief.
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    I hear ya on the rocks, no salt. I just donít understand it. Gotta have that salt DJ. Be hard for them to salt a plastic cup though
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    Quote Originally Posted by Radium View Post
    That's a relief.
    I admit, Iím surprised no one else has mentioned that. Maybe because itís so obvious that they go together. But yep, damn good pairing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir kayakalot View Post
    I hear ya on the rocks, no salt. I just donít understand it. Gotta have that salt DJ. Be hard for them to salt a plastic cup though
    Styrofoam cup, when I drink tequila straight I have to have the salt then the lime. In a margarita I have to have no salt or I automatically have that throw up feeling. Without salt in a margarita I crave it, Iím weird I know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    both of those are great combos. I put tabasco on a lot of dairy. great on goat cheese.

    not too sure about this combo. I like hot and spicy but fish and nuts?

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    Ingredients: Fried Sardines, Tomato sauce, Chili, Sugar, Salt, Peanuts, Green Peas, Spices, and Seasoning.

    Only reason I bought it was because I thought it was just too strange to pass up. I'll let my friend Dave try it.
    I'd eat that, despite the green peas.

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    White rice with mayo on it, yummm.
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    Beer + anything.

    White rice, burger patty, fried egg, brown gravy. Who knows that delicious heart stopper?

    Sorry too many flavors

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    Who mentioned dark beer and dark chocolate? Love it, a good Breckinridge Brewery Vanilla Porter with some dark chocolate always a good combo.
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    Beer + anything.

    White rice, burger patty, fried egg, brown gravy. Who knows that delicious heart stopper?

    Sorry too many flavors
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    Ding ding ding! Go to 808 get the sumo plate. Extra fried spam and Vienna sausage. By the north KTA in Kona.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    Ding ding ding! Go to 808 get the sumo plate. Extra fried spam and Vienna sausage. By the north KTA in Kona.
    The Original L&L in Oahu, still the bomb.

    The Mahi Mahi in the fish trucks by the ocean also rule!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    The Original L&L in Oahu, still the bomb.

    The Mahi Mahi in the fish trucks by the ocean also rule!
    Mahi Mahi fish tacos with Cholula Hot Sauce Sweet Habanero, yum!
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    Cholula Hot Sauce Sweet Habanero Mixed 50/50 with sour cream on a shredded beef enchilada with red sauce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vader View Post
    I like the way beer plays off pizza.
    And sushi

    And tacos

    And Thai food....
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    Like Chazpat, I totally thought this thread was about Reese's.
    Yeah, beer with anything.
    Always liked Tobasco with hash browns.
    Cap'n Morgan with spiced cider mix while camping/ backpacking.
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    I donít like to eat pork chops unless I dip each bite in applesauce first. Donít wrinkle up your nose, just try it once.
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    I donít like to eat pork chops unless I dip each bite in applesauce first. Donít wrinkle up your nose, just try it once.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MOJO K View Post
    Guinness floating on Dogfish Head 90. The black dog
    I like a good black and tan, but have an Irish friend that says do not call it that. It represents a certain group that he (I)s not (R)eally not (A)filiated with.

    My grandfather ate peanut butter jelly and belognia sandwiches or meatloaf and marshmallow sandwiches. He also would put salt on his cantaloupe. Was told it was a German thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Double nope!
    For rice eggs and ketchup?? That sounds pretty good to me, I might just try it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    Ketchup and Mustard mixed together for French fry dipping...
    No ketchup. Try blue cheese dressing.

    Or salsa instead of ketchup.
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    Ketchup on eggs is a very non-southern thing. Now salsa on eggs, that gets a thumbs up.

    I really like Thai food with the really spicy sauce mixed with coconut milk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir kayakalot View Post
    I donít like to eat pork chops unless I dip each bite in applesauce first. Donít wrinkle up your nose, just try it once.
    I thought thatís how porkchops weíre supposed to be consumed? Iíve had them served with a slice of pineapple on top, too.

    Porkchops are pretty bland otherwise.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BALE View Post
    Like Chazpat, I totally thought this thread was about Reese's.
    Yeah, beer with anything.
    Always liked Tobasco with hash browns.
    Cap'n Morgan with spiced cider mix while camping/ backpacking.
    Super salty peanuts with chocolate and ice cream, remember Peanut Buster Parfait from DQ? OMG, orgasmic!
    I have a Dairy Queen between my house and my work which I pass twice daily. Iíve been known to indulge on a Peanut Buster Parfait on occasion. I always ask for extra peanuts for that exact taste experience.
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    Quality pork chops cooked well need no chaser.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Ketchup on eggs is a very non-southern thing. Now salsa on eggs, that gets a thumbs up.

    I really like Thai food with the really spicy sauce mixed with coconut milk.
    I made some awesome panang curry last night with grilled tofu and green beans. I'll post on the what's cookin thread the greatest tom ka gai recipe from Mallee's on Main in old town Scottsdale. I love me some good Thai food.

    Salsa and eggs oh yea. Might make a frittata Sunday. Eggs, tomato, asparagus, onion pie. But ketchup sure on eggs if there are hash browns. When we go four wheeling we always find a roadside diner. Ketchup, eggs, hash browns, English muffin or sourdough. If there are no eggs left I'll dip my English muffin in hot sauce and ketchup. It's like tomato jam.

    But you never ever put ketchup on a hotdog. Just ask Harry Callahan.

    As a kid I used to dip my carrot sticks in ketchup. My go to sauce now for beef or pork is called pickapeppa. So good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir kayakalot View Post
    I donít like to eat pork chops unless I dip each bite in applesauce first. Donít wrinkle up your nose, just try it once.
    That was my childhood fave....
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    And if anything like this bothers yer stomach, don't forget-you can always take the lime and the coconut, and mix 'em both together.........
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    I'm a fan of Golden Grahams cereal- scoop a handful and mix with chocolate chips like for making cookies. Just chew it up as a mixture and you've got your homemade candy. Tastes a bit like seafoam my mom orders from some lady in MA.

    I'll dip an Oreo in peanut butter as frosting.

    Eggs with Johnsonville smoked brats is a breakfast craving I get at times.

    Haven't tried this yet but I want to add in some fine diced jalapenos added to mayo. Seems like it would be a good sauce, dip or sandwich spread.


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    Post them up:

    I love Merlot wine and often have it with pesto sauced covered pasta and a dark chocolate desert of sorts. The Merlot plays off both of those very well.

    Tonight by chance: Getting off work I stopped at a Firehouse Sub and got my usual NY Steamer. Which is hot corned beef brisket, premium pastrami with melted provolone, deli mustard, mayo, and Italian dressing on a wheat roll, amazing in of itself. With it I thought Iíd get a bag of chips. Upon viewing the flavors they had I spotted a Kettle Cooked, Farmhouse White Cheddar. Looked tasty so I grabbed two bags. Drove home and devoured the sub. About 15 minutes later I poured a glass of Merlot to unwind from the day. These two bags of chips were staring me down. Still hungry I picked one up, tore it open and started to graze. Iím not much of a potato chip person but this one was amazing chip. I then took a sip of Merlot and holy crap! The two flavor combo was addicting. I devoured the two bags while sipping Merlot in 15 minutes. Definitely one of my go to taste combos in the future. Luckily this place that serves these chips is close to my work, yum!

    Post up some of your go to flavor combinations.

    BTW: Hereís the chips I was referring to.
    In all fairness, I'm hungry so I have to say (with that qualification) this is some of the best writing I've seen in months. Really looking forward to trying that sub and chips.

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    My favorite combo has always been chocolate and beer. Heineken and Hershey when I was younger. Now it's all about a punch-you-in-the-face West Coast IPA and Dark Chocolate.
    Choc-o and beer works pretty good for me too but for a while, I've tended to favor chocolate chip cookies like Chips A-Hoy with a beer. First choice is a brown ale with anything chocolate for me though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    I made some awesome panang curry last night with grilled tofu and green beans. I'll post on the what's cookin thread the greatest tom ka gai recipe from Mallee's on Main in old town Scottsdale. I love me some good Thai food.

    Salsa and eggs oh yea. Might make a frittata Sunday. Eggs, tomato, asparagus, onion pie. But ketchup sure on eggs if there are hash browns. When we go four wheeling we always find a roadside diner. Ketchup, eggs, hash browns, English muffin or sourdough. If there are no eggs left I'll dip my English muffin in hot sauce and ketchup. It's like tomato jam.

    But you never ever put ketchup on a hotdog. Just ask Harry Callahan.

    As a kid I used to dip my carrot sticks in ketchup. My go to sauce now for beef or pork is called pickapeppa. So good
    Havenít had Pick-a-Peppa sauce in decades. Thanks for the reminder, might just check that out again!


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    Quote Originally Posted by WHALENARD View Post
    Quality pork chops cooked well need no chaser.

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    This!

    When I make pork chops, Salt, some pepper, and ground cinnamon.
    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Ketchup on eggs is a very non-southern thing. Now salsa on eggs, that gets a thumbs up.

    I really like Thai food with the really spicy sauce mixed with coconut milk.
    Thai food is probably my second favorite Asian food or a close tie with sushi for first place.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    This!

    When I make pork chops, Salt, some pepper, and ground cinnamon.
    I like them gently pounded, pan roasted with a small onion quarted, s+p, paired with a hot cinnamon apple compote. Echo the cinnamon in a peppered rice pilaf or maybe a mashed potato w/ parsnip to finish the plate.

    Go with a big porter or an unfiltered cider with dinner, and maybe coffee with an Irish cream after.

    Sometimes I want another restaurant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    White rice, over easy eggs, and ketchup, mix it up.
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    Double nope!
    I had to try it, wasn't that great. I did use all natural ketchup, so maybe I need to try again with 'real' ketchup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I had to try it, wasn't that great. I did use all natural ketchup, so maybe I need to try again with 'real' ketchup.

    Lol!

    Nice, see back as a kid Mom worked full time to keep me at a private school, so some days she will whip whatever was easy, and this was one of those dishes.

    Make sure the eggs are over easy.
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    Soy sauce and eggs.

    Maple syrup (real stuff) and tahini.

    Raisins in Curry.
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    take some brauts, poke some holes in them, then marinade in soy sauce for an hour or so before grilling.
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    salted peanuts and candy corn. Mix together and eat. They taste just like a Payday candy bar.

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    How íbout these Porkstacker originals (theyíre trifectas of wrongnessórather than doublesóby the way, in case none-o-ya noticed):

    ē bubblegum squid mint
    ē mackerel strawberry basil
    ē asparagus vanilla goat
    ē anchovy kiwifruit thyme
    ē gorgonzola pumpkin blackberry
    ē clam raisin grapefruit
    ē licorice peach urchin
    ē mustard watermelon lentil
    ē curry chocolate trout
    ē prune onion mint

    That should keep your mind off of food for a while, FATTIES!!!
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    I can't believe you would think of strawberry or licorice. Yuk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leopold Porkstacker View Post
    How íbout these Porkstacker originals (theyíre trifectas of wrongnessórather than doublesóby the way, in case none-o-ya noticed):


    ē gorgonzola pumpkin blackberry
    Doesn't sound bad. I'd eat that waaayyy before I'd eat an egg over easy on white rice with ketchup!
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    Iím sure glad restaurants are still doing take out. Last night flavors collided. I hit up one of my favorite go to Mexican joints. Shredded beef brisket / enchilada red sauce add Avocado slices and sour cream for the win. With margaritas of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Doesn't sound bad. I'd eat that waaayyy before I'd eat an egg over easy on white rice with ketchup!
    Come on Chaz, give it a try.
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    Like Ozzy says, ďI was a bad, bad boyĒ...

    I did it again:

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    Youíre missing the margarita, unless you drank it on the way home, hehe
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    Oops my bad. I didnít look close enough. I see now that it wasnít Mexican
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    pringles potato chips with vanilla ice cream in between.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    I had to try it, wasn't that great. I did use all natural ketchup, so maybe I need to try again with 'real' ketchup.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    Come on Chaz, give it a try.
    Can we substitute a tomato slice for the ketchup and call it close enough?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir kayakalot View Post
    Youíre missing the margarita, unless you drank it on the way home, hehe
    Quote Originally Posted by Sir kayakalot View Post
    Oops my bad. I didnít look close enough. I see now that it wasnít Mexican
    Yes, it goes back to the original post. Those chips and Merlot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Can we substitute a tomato slice for the ketchup and call it close enough?
    How about salsa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    How about salsa?
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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    How about salsa?
    Ok, but only if we can go with brown rice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Ok, but only if we can go with brown rice.
    Lol!

    What will replace the egg??
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    Quote Originally Posted by shekky View Post
    Now I know more than I ever thought I would about Omurice, a Japanese fusion of the western omelette and fried rice.

    This one is really funky! https://youtu.be/MEDlqEVpPn8
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    I will occasionally put left over rice in my morning egg sandwich. Really whatever is left over goes in my breakfast sandwich. If you get the rice right, nice and chewy, it's a really good combo. Not sure when the last time I had ketchup was though, probably not since 13 or so years old. Speaking of rice in this style I'd wager it'd be a nice stand in for hash browns or potato pancakes. Heck I bet risotto pancakes would make a nice base for all kinds of Benedicts.

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    Risotto and morel mushrooms=awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    Now I know more than I ever thought I would about Omurice, a Japanese fusion of the western omelette and fried rice.

    This one is really funky! https://youtu.be/MEDlqEVpPn8
    i'm not trying this at home just quite yet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WHALENARD View Post
    I will occasionally put left over rice in my morning egg sandwich. Really whatever is left over goes in my breakfast sandwich. If you get the rice right, nice and chewy, it's a really good combo. Not sure when the last time I had ketchup was though, probably not since 13 or so years old. Speaking of rice in this style I'd wager it'd be a nice stand in for hash browns or potato pancakes. Heck I bet risotto pancakes would make a nice base for all kinds of Benedicts.

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    Great combo
    Mushrooms and the garbage can. Or strawberries and the garbage can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    Great combo
    Mushrooms and the garbage can. Or strawberries and the garbage can.
    Sounds good. For a raccoon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    Ok, but only if we can go with brown rice.
    no.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WHALENARD View Post
    I will occasionally put left over rice in my morning egg sandwich. Really whatever is left over goes in my breakfast sandwich. If you get the rice right, nice and chewy, it's a really good combo. Not sure when the last time I had ketchup was though, probably not since 13 or so years old. Speaking of rice in this style I'd wager it'd be a nice stand in for hash browns or potato pancakes. Heck I bet risotto pancakes would make a nice base for all kinds of Benedicts.

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    Scrambled eggs, sticky rice, portuguese sausage, soy sauce.....had it in hawaii once, been hooked ever since. Everytime I make rice, whether its sticky rice, brown rice, jasmine, whatever, I always make sure that there's enough extra for rice and eggs the next morning. Awesome breakfast for a long day in the saddle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by watermonkey View Post
    Scrambled eggs, sticky rice, portuguese sausage, soy sauce
    That's a great combo.

    Try huli sauce. Like soy but a bit different. When I cook rice for something I cook double just for leftovers. I mainly cook jasmine rice sometimes basmati.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    That's a great combo.

    Try huli sauce. Like soy but a bit different. When I cook rice for something I cook double just for leftovers. I mainly cook jasmine rice sometimes basmati.
    We started using coconut aminos in place of soy sauce. Soy free, gluten free, half the salt....
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    Aminos are good. If you don't tell someone they would never know. I don't know why people freak out, "oh it's not soy?"

    I do cook with soy sauce but it is not the normal stuff. I have maybe 8 different types from light to extra dark, some are sweet, some are as thick as molasses. And some good fish sauces. What a strange interesting flavor that stuff is. Smell vs taste is amazingly different

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    I use Bragg liquid aminos. Not sure I'd agree there's no difference to the real McCoy though. For cooking it's an ok stand in but for dipping sauces I much prefer full salt soy sauce. Lots of H Marts and some other full size Asian grocery stores here that have a large selection of soy sauces. Quite a bit of variability in flavor profiles amungst them. Same with fish sauce.

    I'll try that Portuguese sausage, rice, egg, and soy breakfast. One of my longest running riding buddies is Portuguese, man are they a hairy breed . Anyway he always has homemade linguica, I'll try it with that.


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    I've done that combo ^^ but using...yes SPAM!

    Don't knock it til you try it.

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    SPAM!! yes then go full hawaiian style and throw some veinna sausage in there.

    my father's favorite asian sauce is simple soy and butter.

    these are my go to soy sauce.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post

    Didn't know H Marts existed outside of my hood.
    I love them. I think they started in NYC actually, but don't quote me on that.

    Spam diced up into 1/4"-3/16" cubes and fried well is good. I can only do a small quantity though. Where I come from in Jersey pork roll was ubiquitous. On the other side of the river in PA where the other half of my family hails from it was scrapple. I like scrapple but absolutely love pork roll. It's like gourmet spam.

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    I love Vienna sausages! Lol, like SPAM, you can't do it very often.

    Going to try that Az.

    If you need to give your dog meds, Vienna sausages work really well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcd46 View Post
    I've done that combo ^^ but using...yes SPAM!

    Don't knock it til you try it.

    Didn't know H Marts existed outside of my hood.
    We have them here as well.

    "No put catsup on rice!"
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    Here we have Lee Lee's and 99 ranch markets.

    Just go with some Korean army stew. It's the best of the worst in one bowl

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    Fried egg (plus some other stuff) on rice for lunch today.

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    pickled veggies and tofu?
    Dont make me go all Jonathan Winters on this gas station.

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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    pickled veggies and tofu?
    Yeah dude, as a WHITE MAN I can attest to the ASIAN AWESOMENESS of this combination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azimiut View Post
    pickled veggies and tofu?
    It was a bit of a soup with kind of heavy broth before being poured over the brown rice. So the veggies are cooked and that's why they look shiny. I guess I should watch while my wife cooks it.

    I bet my son would have put ketchup on it if it was suggested. Or bbq sauce or honey mustard or ranch.
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    Brown mustard and Brats. Yum!

    My dad was old school yellow mustard or ketchup type. About a year ago I brought him two brats with brown mustard and a darker beer. He was in love with it and to my surprise had never tried brown mustard before. Glad I had that experience with him as he passed away this past year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chazpat View Post
    I bet my son would have put ketchup on it if it was suggested. Or bbq sauce or honey mustard or ranch.
    I must have some communist blood in me, I can't stand ranch dressing.
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    Triscuits and cream cheese.
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    I just skimmed this entire thread because I am pretty sure I'm safe with this one...

    You take some nice crusty bread, spread some good Kerrygold butter, then... A healthy layer of MARMITE, topped with STRAWBERRY JAM!!!


    God! My drool is running on the floor just thinking about it... Fukkin heavenly!!!
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    sorry but anything strawberry is the DEVIL. I almost wrecked a car because my friend gave me a strawberry soda while driving to san diego. there is nothing good about that vile disgusting fruit. Strawberry actually makes me angry. I think they are poisonous.

    on the lighter side of angry I had a great bagel this morning. toast the bagel, splatter with tabasco then cream cheese. mmmm.
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    Sriracha and peanut butter on Club crackers has become one of my go-to snacks.

    Enjoying the after burn of Sriracha rn in fact.
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    Flaming hot Cheetos and peanut m&ms

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    I never liked wine, whether it be red or white but I once ordered a bottle of Napa Cabernet from Screaming Eagle which ended up only being 1/4 to 1/2 drank, I learned it was normally priced at $2700 from retail supplier, I don't know what the restaurant charged the business account. Wining and dining asian clients, gotta drink so I just chugged the last 1/2 of the bottle. No fancy cheese matchings for vintage and color of wine, no fancy meat pairings. Needless to say it was German and French beer the rest of the night for me.

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    New discovery

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    ^Yup. I use very teriyaki and sriracha.
    Awesome bbq marinade for just about anything. I also use it to slow cook pork shoulders and stuff in my Dutch oven too. Works a treat.

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    Sriracha goes into my chicken breast marinades along with worcestershire, soy, mustard, bbq, etc, but using it with just the bbq is amazing in my breakfast bowls.

    Thinking about trying sriracha and mustard for a dipping sauce of some kind.
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    With the worcestershire and soy it might be close in flavor to the very teriyaki. I do very teriyaki and Sriracha for a marinade on skinless chicken thighs and then BBQ them. Comes out awesome. I'll do the same with wings but heavy on the sriracha and parboil them first. Then use like a blue cheese and cream dipping sauce.

    I've tried making various dipping sauces with Sriracha but if I'm being honest I've never really been happy with the flavor. I find habanero works better for dipping stuff. There's a dipping sauce or topping sauce in a bottle that's habanero based that I really like. Forgot what it's called though, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfield View Post
    New discovery

    Try BBQ sauce with Walkerswood Jerk.

    In my teriyaki style marinade I use soy, molasses, worcestershire, rice vinegar, strong black tea, orange juice, and cinnamon. If I'm doing a duck I'll steam it with black tea to start the rendering and then smoke it to finish.
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