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Tony 1 year ago
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Onnie 1 year ago
#3 It has to be a chocolate Frosty from Wendy's and fresh, crispy, salty fries.
       
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Waldo 1 year ago
its not bulgarian feta. The only white cheese called feta is greek and its protected origine pruduct.
       
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Lura 1 year ago
My father-in-law put cheese on his apple pie. I’ve still never tried it.
       
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Serena 1 year ago
Lura, It's good. Very good.
       
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Nicholas 1 year ago
Lura, Yes, Very sharp cheddar cheese, not melted on, of course... just a nibble between bites of pie. It a very New England/Upper midwest thing.
       
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Ricardo 1 year ago
#12 is valid but, you don't place a giant slab on top. Yu shred some cheddar on the top so it melts and gets slightly crispy as it bakes.
       
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Bertram 1 year ago
freshly brewed french press coffee with cream and sugar and a good bowl of quality weed. Trust me
       
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Middy 1 year ago
Bacon is good with almost everything.
       
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Beef and octopus

"It wasn’t my discovery but I was shocked at how good it was. One of my favorite Korean places in Washington, DC has a dish called “Bullak Jeongol” that is a Korean casserole with beef, octopus, and lots of other goodness. It’s made for 2. It is literally the best thing that I’ve ever eaten. On the way home, I commented to my friend, who is trained as a chef, that I’d have never thought to combine something as strongly flavored as beef with something as delicately flavored as octopus. But, man alive! Was it awesome!"

 

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