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Baked piggy Smile





Is it like a ham (slice to eat), or is it something you would pull apart (pulled pork?
 
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bone-in ribeye for 1 last night.




"The frost on the ground probably envies the frost on the trees."
 
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Bone-in ribeye is my favorite cut.
 
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A really interesting curry stew from Sapporo Dominica in Tokyo.



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Looks like a pretty massive burger. Egg, bacon, guac?
 
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It is massive but not a burger. From a local BBQ place:

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The Mother Clucker

Spiked & smoked chicken thigh filet with spicy bbq mayo, cheddar cheese, topped with an over easy fried egg and served on toasted jalapeno cheese sourdough. Upgrade it with house-made guacamole and candied bacon! (Thick cut bacon dredged in our rib rub and then smoked until it caramelizes).


Usually I get the sandwich they call the Ex-Wife which is sliced brisket and pulled pork.

 
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All this bbq is reminding me of this one time I went to Austin, and the fried chicken...



Craving #friedchicken today... Throwback to that one time in #austin, @lucysfriedchick. I can really get behind #pickles in everything. by Pursuit of This, on Flickr

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Steak and Eggs, with protection.



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Just dug up this picture from 12 years ago, with my first real camera, a Nikon D70 (6 megapixels, baby!).



Just dug up this 12 year old photo of a lady making #somtum #papayasalad on the beach in #phuket #thailand. #foodventures #wanderlust by Pursuit of This, on Flickr
 
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Maybe chicken and waffles is more your speed?

Sage fried chicken over bacon waffles (bacon cooked right into the waffle) at Hash House A Go Go in Las Vegas.



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I like Hash House A Go Go.

I hate waiting for a table at Hash House A Go Go.

I've only ever had the chicken and waffles. As far as I'm concerned, that's the only thing on the menu.


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I like Hash House A Go Go.

I hate waiting for a table at Hash House A Go Go.

I've only ever had the chicken and waffles. As far as I'm concerned, that's the only thing on the menu.


They have a location that's off strip, about 20 minutes out driving through their China Town. Usually no wait there.

Or, you can hit them up at 4 am after a night of partying. They're open 24 hours.

Their eggs Benedict are good too. Huge fluffy biscuits, gravy, poached eggs, and fried chicken on top.
 
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Southwest eggs benedict. Corn English muffing, gridded adobo pork chop, chorizo, waffle cut sweet potatoes and chorizo/queso fresco stuffed sweet corn cake.


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Asian nachos.


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Haha, are those wonton skins? Awesome.
 
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Haha, are those wonton skins? Awesome.


Yes they are. We also use them to make a variation of Italian nachos.


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All turf sushi. My wife is allergic to most seafood, so I made her sushi with beef tenderloin, chicken and pork.


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