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Any proprietary dishes you care to disclose?
What does propirperry mean? Can I stick it up my ass?
Sloppy joe bro. With Doritos is good too.
I take Japanese curry blocks, add some corn starch and just reduce it to a really thick, thick gravy with no vegetables before pouring it over deep fried cutlets.
As a kid I liked going to a Chinese buffet and getting plain sweet and sour chicken and then dipping it in the strawberry sauce that they put the banana slices in.
Sweet chilli sauce with vanilla ice cream. It's one of those hot and cold things, like ice cream and apple pie.
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I just dry brined a chicken breast pounded evenly thick. Bowl with 4 oz milk, one egg, and tabasco mixed until there's no streaks of egg, and mixed flour with salt in another bowl. Went flour, milk, flour, and dropped into 3-4" of 350°F oil for a few minutes until breading was crispy and chicken cooked to 165°F. Meanwhile, i mixed 3tbs Cayenne, 1tbs Brown Sugar, 1/2tsp each salt, white pepper, garlic powder, & paprika in a pyrex measuring cup. Then poured 4oz hot oil over the spices and stirred. When the chicken came out of the oil, i let it drain 30 seconds then generously brushed on the chili oil. Served on white bread with pickles and coleslaw.

I call it Tennessee Spicy Chicken, I've never heard of anyone making it before but I think it can be a new thing.
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I do not eat breakfast. Please do not ask me any questions about what I will do breakfast. Please just do not bring it up.

I enjoy delicious food, and I like most kinds of cooking if they are done well (the exception being that I cannot eat anything very spicy). If I am ordering from the menu in a restaurant which has a variety, there's no need for you to worry about the question of what I like; I will take care of it.

But if you want to cook for me, or invite me to a restaurant that specializes in just one thing, or invite me to dinner with a preset menu, you need to know what I dislike:

eggplant, usually (there are occasional exceptions)
hot pepper
liver (even in trace quantities)
stomach and intestine; other organ meats
cooked tuna
egg yolk, if the taste is noticeable, except when boiled completely hard
many strong cheeses, especially those with green fungus
desserts that contain fruit or liqueur
sour fruits, such as grapefruit and many oranges
coffee (though weak coffee flavor can be good in desserts)
the taste of alcohol (so I don't drink anything stronger than wine)

Don't ever try to decide what food I should eat without asking me. Never assume that I will surely like a certain dish, merely because most people do. Instead, ask me in advance! If, that is, I won't have many other alternatives to choose from.
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I invented a cocktail. It's pink gin, chambourd, raspberry syrup in soda water.
Boiled white rice with butter, salt, and ketchup.
How much do you weigh?
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What about the free food that grows from the open sores on your feet?
Hangover cure. Ramen with two eggs. Organic or fresh eggs make all the difference with it.
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is this real? Imagine not liking Avocados, Liver, and peppers. What's even left to eat after all that shit? Fast food? Absolute shit taste, Stallman.

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