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    What is everyones favorite food to eat?

    I prefer anything at Hickory Park



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    Re: Food

    Flying Burrito.



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    Re: Food

    mmmmmmm. Flying Burrito is great. never heard of it before until a buddy of mine drug me there after a night out at the bars. i had my heart set set on a cup of chili and a Jr bacon cheese burger at the local Wendys. but he talked me into Flying Burrito instead. id have to say it was a good call


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    Re: Food

    A well-marbled medium rare 16 oz ribeye steak.



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    Re: Food

    A whole lobster with drawn butter.

    or salt and pepper shrimp....mmmmm



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    Re: Food

    Quote Originally Posted by bostinelosd View Post
    A whole lobster with drawn butter.

    or salt and pepper shrimp....mmmmm
    what is "drawn" butter?



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    Re: Food

    Quote Originally Posted by cstrunk View Post
    A well-marbled medium rare 16 oz ribeye steak.
    You read my mind! Also grilled over charcoal. I'm sorry but all you people that prefer gas are missing out on a lot of flavor that you get when you grill over charcoal.


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    Re: Food

    Quote Originally Posted by clones_jer View Post
    what is "drawn" butter?
    Melted butter with no foam floating...I believe


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    Re: Food

    Quote Originally Posted by clones_jer View Post
    what is "drawn" butter?
    Drawn or clarified butter is butter that has been rendered (heated) to separate the butter fat from the milk solids and water.



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    Re: Food

    Quote Originally Posted by travman23 View Post
    You read my mind! Also grilled over charcoal. I'm sorry but all you people that prefer gas are missing out on a lot of flavor that you get when you grill over charcoal.
    We had a gas grill once. Never again. There is nothing better than the charcoal flavor. We go through about 10 bags of charcoal per summer.



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    Re: Food

    I'll throw in an appetizer for you. Armadillo eggs at Buzzard Billies. If you haven't had them get to it.



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    Re: Food

    My favorites are Latin King, Paul Trostel's Dish, and Benitos 2!

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    Re: Food

    Quote Originally Posted by cstrunk View Post
    A well-marbled medium rare 16 oz ribeye steak.
    Ya that sounds good. Too bad you can't get a real nice marbled piece of meat at most resteraunts unless you buy a 1/2 or 1/4 beef from an area farmer like we do. Fareway by far has the best meat and they don't even start to measure up to beef bought that way.

    Interesting tidbit for you all. The best beef to eat is good corn fed beef which is what we grow here in Iowa. The meat processors take that good beef and ship it to the coasts where they can charge more for it and send the the range fed beef from down south where the cows eat grass and sage brush and it puts on leaner meat that is tougher.

    If any of you have never bought your meat that way, I suggest you try it once and you'll never go back to the grocery store for your meat. And no I don't sell beef but I can hook you up with someone who does sell them that way.



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    Re: Food

    Quote Originally Posted by uro cy View Post
    Drawn or clarified butter is butter that has been rendered (heated) to separate the butter fat from the milk solids and water.
    That is correct



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    Re: Food

    Quote Originally Posted by clones_jer View Post
    what is "drawn" butter?
    Quote Originally Posted by zach View Post
    Melted butter with no foam floating...I believe
    Quote Originally Posted by uro cy View Post
    Drawn or clarified butter is butter that has been rendered (heated) to separate the butter fat from the milk solids and water.

    LOL, I had no idea that it had a science to it. I just like to eat it.



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