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    Foods you like a little too much ....

    For me it's eggs

    I could easily eat 2 dozen poached eggs in one sitting

    Pizza too, if I was hungry I probably could eat 4 large NY style pies
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    Cheese. Oh, how I love it. All sorts. By itself, or with antipasti or charcuterie. With eggs, in casseroles, on vegetables. And Ohio has some fantastic cheesemakers.

    Quite fond of eggs, too--my latest fad is shirred eggs and toast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey View Post
    For me it's eggs
    Ah, eggy weggs! When it comes to hard boiled, Cool Hand Luke's got nothin' on me.
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    Roast pork shoulder joint with crispy skin. I love it and it loves my hips.
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    I have no defence against chocolate. I just can't have it in my house.

    Bagels - REAL bagels. NOT grocery store ones. Not bread in a donut shape. REAL NY style bagels. I could live off cream cheese and bagels 3 meals a day. I love them so much I've been trying to teach myself to bake them with mixed results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brazoo View Post
    Bagels - REAL bagels..
    Speaking of real bagels, I had a crazy idea for Thanksgiving and it actually turned out GREAT

    I got 3 out of date EVERYTHING bagels from my bagel shop.

    I used them as the foundation of my homemade turkey stuffing.

    Also added caramelized fried onions and some shredded Brown and Serve sausages

    Finished it off with a box of Great Value stuffing and some spices

    It was CRAZY GOOD !!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikey View Post
    Speaking of real bagels, I had a crazy idea for Thanksgiving and it actually turned out GREAT

    I got 3 out of date EVERYTHING bagels from my bagel shop.

    I used them as the foundation of my homemade turkey stuffing.

    Also added caramelized fried onions and some shredded Brown and Serve sausages

    Finished it off with a box of Great Value stuffing and some spices

    It was CRAZY GOOD !!!
    Oh man! That sounds fantastic!

    Recently I was in London and there's these two super old iconic bagel shops where the thing is to get a salt beef sandwich (salt beef sounded kinda weird to me, but I'm pretty sure it's just corned beef). Initially I couldn't fathom doing that to a bagel, and in my head corned beef goes with rye bread, but it was delicious. So now I'm much more open to non-traditional bagel use. I really feel that travel has helped me grow as a person.

    Using bagels as stuffing foundation is inspired, man. I have to try that!

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    This thread now has me wondering if I've ever had a real bagel.

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    My dad's cooking. Chicken and dumplings, mexican, Chinese, chili, any baked good, pasta...whatever he sets his kitchen magic to, I can eat to excess.
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    Real bagels are super chewy on the inside with a hard crust on the out

    Kinda like a mall pretzel on steroids
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