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Old 14-09-2011, 15:46   #31
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Re: BBQ, Mexican Food and Ice Cream

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Old 14-09-2011, 15:48   #32
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You just can't beat Mexican food with anything, ever. I was talking to a guy from India, one from Korea, and me, a So Cal whitey about food once. We all agreed that Mexican food is the best. Glad I know how to make most of it.
Al Pastor on the big rotisserie thing like they do gyros, that I can't make but I NEED it. A big pineapple slice on the top, dripping sweet juice down the sides. Oh Man.
Damn.... and I thought the Doner Kebab came from Turkey/Greece....
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Old 14-09-2011, 16:46   #33
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boatman--i prolly did-- mexicans borrow everything...

and the cherry garcia ice cream doesnt go with root beer---so i am still waiting on that one.....
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coconut ice cream seems to go well with root beer.
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want just plain vanilla for an old fashioned root beer float with real vanilla--i never eat plain vanilla and i am not a fan of coconut ice cream, yet.....but i will find the root beer iffn i have to make it meself
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coconut ice cream seems to go well with root beer.
Its delicious with a Havana Club n plain chocolate sauce.....
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Re: BBQ, Mexican Food and Ice Cream

When I read the Title, I thought this was a question about eating icecream after spicy foods...

come-ooon ice cream!! /cheech
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now i dunno about the havana club, but the chocolate sauce is a given...LOL.....plain vanilla f or the root beer--GOOD vanilla.
the cherry garcia was awesome.....
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I often make my own. It's not that hard and tastes a lot better than the store bought, mass produced kind.
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please send recipe.
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want just plain vanilla for an old fashioned root beer float with real vanilla--i never eat plain vanilla and i am not a fan of coconut ice cream, yet.....but i will find the root beer iffn i have to make it meself
I was in Poland and they dont eat early in the morning..dont know why..any way I go to this bar as they do drink in the am ..anyway the old men were standing around and it is bad form to partake without offering so I offer a drink to the few old timers and to my suprise they order Pepsi and beer..taste just like rootbeer and I love rootbeer..so if you want to make it try Pepsi and beer ..mix 50 /50..by the way I dont drink very much, but this stuff is good...really...DVC
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please send recipe.
Or better yet, post the recipe here, I love rootbeer too!
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Re: BBQ, Mexican Food and Ice Cream

I get the Stomach Ache after eating McDonalds, and I always want more for some odd reason. I do stay well away for McTummyAches, unless its the only place around then I will try to go for the Salad or the Chicken. But to be honest even the chicken is unhealthy. Even a McGrill Chicken Sandwhich, no breaded has 20 grams of fat. Chicken Nuggets, about the same. Spicy Thai Salad is health, 2 grams of fat. Garden Fresh Salad 1.5g of fat. Appl;e Slices are healthy and the Club Soda or Water is healthy.

Check it all out
http://www1.mcdonalds.ca/NutritionCa...ionFactsEN.pdf
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Not sure if anyone posted a recipe for homemade root beer. It is amazing. You have to get the extract but maybe you can order it online.

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/homemade-root-beer/
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Re: Mexican Food, BBQ and Ice Cream

Really good southern BBQ. I can make Mexican and ice cream aboard.
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