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    Quote Originally Posted by defrabbit View Post
    I had some 'pinnacle of human technology', also known as 'hotdogs
    which float once they are cooked'.

    You had "old fashioned boiled in a pot" hot dogs..?

    The kid loves them after his Grandma made him for him one time and now I have to get the pot out every single time now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BondJmsBond View Post
    I love Ramen and eat at least a few every month. I like the Instant Lunch cups things too, shrimp, although there are only like 3 shrimp so small they're hard to see, and the cheese flavor.
    But chicken is my favorite. I'll add an ice cube of chicken stock (I freeze it in ice trays), a little powder beef bullion and a pinch of pepper.

    I haven't tried the Maruchan bowls yet I'll have to look for them next time at the store.

    Yakisoba, I think those are the square packages, if so I tried one and didn't like it much, I think it was the teriyaki. I'll try the chicken if I see it.
    Geez, you and Frosty made us our minds up to take a trip to our Favorite Ramen place out here
    It's in Los Angeles in Little Tokyo, at the Kyoto Hotel in the Weller Court. The Weller Court is a 4 story Court
    attached to the Kyoto Hotel, and has over 30 Japanese Specialty Restaurants, everything from Yakitori, one
    that specializes in Chicken Livers (just delicious), one that specializes in Eel, one that makes these special
    Japanese pancakes (there are soo cool, and filled with all kinds of things - it's Japanese fast food), and of
    course Sushi (like in Japan, little boats full of Sushi flow past a circular moat that encloses the chefs, it
    is crazy cool)

    Besides other fish specialities (monk fish, etc), there is a special Crab one, too,
    and includes fresh premium jumbo shrimp, live Dungeness crab, lobsters, and crawfish, YUMMY!!









    okay, our favorite Ramen Place (and there are sooo many in LA and surrounding areas) is the one in the
    Weller Court, they make a really spicy one that if you can finish it, they take your picture on their
    hall of fame, lol. But the one we love is a vegetable broth, it's unique and really nice. There meat
    bones are awesome, too

    We usually have some of their gyoza, too.

    PS we love to take a trip to the very top of the Kyoto Hotel, 16 Stories high,
    where the entire top is a beautiful Japanese Garden with waterfalls, and is
    a popular place for weddings

    Orochon Ramen - Weller Court

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    More on Weller Court & Other LA Ramen Places

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    Last night I grilled a bacon-wrapped filet to just below medium; after resting it in foil for 10 minutes I topped it with prepared garlic thyme butter.
    Starting Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 3, I joyfully cut a piece, placed it in my mouth, and chewed.

    and chewed. and chewed.

    It wasn't a filet mignon, just a filet - which means just a cut, virtually any cut, no telling where on the cow it came from - on sale at Kroger for $2.99. You've seen them in the little plastic packages at the grocery store. I got a tough piece, apparently.

    With dreams of sophisticated fine dining in tatters, Mozart became Ozzy as I chomped my way through the damn thing.

    Maybe someday my broke ass will get a real filet mignon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BondJmsBond View Post
    Maybe someday my broke ass will get a real filet mignon.
    Just remember to let the rest of us broke asses know what it tasted like.
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    The guys had meatloaf, mashed potatoes and gravy, rolls and green beans.
    I had a steamed cod fillet with lemon pepper seasoning, brown rice & cottage cheese.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BondJmsBond View Post
    Last night I grilled a bacon-wrapped filet to just below medium; after resting it in foil for 10 minutes I topped it with prepared garlic thyme butter.
    Starting Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 3, I joyfully cut a piece, placed it in my mouth, and chewed.
    the name is gourmand, bond gourmand.

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    ^ This morning I enjoy a repast consisting of a large bowl of Cap'n Crunch. With Crunchberries, of course.


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    ^ I know it tastes the same but visually they need to go back to just the red crunchberries.
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