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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

What is your favorite meal?

That is hard for me because I like a lot of different foods but get tired of them for a while if have too often. I really don't cook so it is eating out and some of my favorites are - steak and baked potato with the works, pasta either eggplant parmesan or chicken alfredo, also since moving to Texas I enjoy Mexican or Tex-Mex food. But really my favorite meat is pork chops but don't have a lot of places that we go to that offer them. Also I like liver and onions which really isn't on many menu's.

So maybe you need to answer this one after you have a good meal because I'm getting hungry now.

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    I really can't answer this. It depends on my mood. Plus I love to cook and create new combinations etc. It has to be said though, on the [rare these days] occasions I eat out I'll look for something that I know I wouldn't cook at home for myself or failing that, something with chilli peppers.
    475 days ago
    Lobster is probably at the top of the list. And I love a good steak! Yum!
    475 days ago
    We probably eat out about once a week. We both love fish and seafood, duck... Indian, Chinese, Thai and Spanish food, as well as the wealth of great food here in the south of France. Too hard to choose just one meal!
    475 days ago
    Love italian chicken (chicken spiced w/Italian herbs) and aspargus and some roasted rosemary potatoes. So good. We don't eat out lots, but it's usually breakfast. For that I love fritatas or omelet.
    475 days ago
    Grilled KC strip steak, baked potato, and Caesar salad. Yummy! emoticon
    476 days ago
  • JANEDOE12345
    I love lobster any way it is prepared. Even better with a steak and some scalloped potatoes. Scrumptious!
    476 days ago
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