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Discussion in 'Colombia' started by Tio Nicci, Jul 22, 2015.
In inspiration of our future pachanga! Post what you ate, cooked or crave! Fat talk welcome!
I ate this today from chipotle.
spicy red salsa
And a tortilla I think it was flour..
My sister in law is visiting and she cooked chili with cornbread. Awsome.
I miss ajiaco and Hamburguesas del Corral (they had put one one mile from my house but it closed)..
Almost lunch time, not the best time to be in this thread. Una picada provoca
I eat this all the time. It is what my interns want and my company lets me write off. Nothing over 10 bucks per person.
Today tho had Mighty Quinn's in Brooklyn. Pulled pork, Brisket, French fries magical going in now feeling like death!!
You gonna lose your six pack bro
Crave this...Lobster rolls from Cull & Pistol in Chelsea Market (NYC).... with a glass of white wine....nothing better!
Lol no fair. Your wife is a super blend of a chef. You'll always win this threads
Not a fan of lobster nor seafood in fact. Or even shrimp....
But I'm trying to expand and had lobster soup for the first time while I was visiting Mexico,man my god it was awesome!
P.s still don't like sushi
big foodie here but one doesn't have to be a chef (or married to one) to enjoy the great taste of good food.. Fresh, seasonal, simple ingredients will always trump greasy, processed crap. I used to cook some great rice and beans until my wife just killed it with her recipes... now I just watch and eat....and so do my kids.
I am still waiting for my empanadas lol
Well Mexico is known for having some real great produce and spices. There seafood and soups are phenomenal. A good lobster bisque can taste great as long as it's not too heavy (made with cream). And Sushi has to be tried going to a real sushi chef that is picking the right type of fish and has the cutlery skill to make it exquisite.
Funny you mention it. I asked my wife but she said they wouldn't ship well
The key is to have them cooked right not just frozen although I happens to hunk when she's frozen some they still taste damn good!
Yeah I've bought frozen ones before and just fried them, they were still legit lol
I'll cook up my ribs , and patacones. Bring some good Old Parr
Kidding me man ? You never had tilapia frita with arroz and tostones?
I worked in a Lobster hotdog convention event a few months ago and had a few of these ...so good .
yoooo no muestres esa vaina, que vaina tan buena.
Well let me go back to my reality arroz con garbanzos
I know how to cook pretty well. Took a ton of cooking classes as dates.
Also you learn stuff when you grow up with a italian grandma. My lasagna is bomb
So the cooks will bunk tigether?
I actually haven't, but I had a tilapia taco and that was disgusting lol.
Beyond disgusting, and the place was rated highly by the locals.
Having the two craziest members on this board cook? Are you suicididal?!?!
Tilapia taco in colombia or in California?
La comida española a mi me tenia muy feliz
por sus precios y lo generosa.
Siempre que iba a pedir una cerveza en un bar me venia acompaña de comida gratis(por cada cerveza) y de esta calidad: