Food! [The thread that started this section]

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Now thats a sandwhich!!

Never been to that restaurant, but I certainly want to go one day. Thats enough meat for a week! Looks good though.
 

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I'll post chinese food that I cook and eat as well when I get a chance... I can only cook 2 types of food, chinese and italian :lol:
 

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AxlxA said:
Where's the pictures of food. Stop talking about the gheyness of ice tea, because they're GREAT! Especially lemon ice tea made from scratch.

One of these days i'll take pictures of the chinese food i eat.
i kinda wanna try that british plate of peas... not a fan of peas of course. In fact, let me post a pic of my food from a month ago:

From New York City's Carnegies Deli.

"The Woody Allen"
$15 bucks baby!!!!!
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:shock: my arteries are clogging by just looking at that :eek:

...i must go!!! wats the address of that place?
 

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p0w3r, Carnegie's Deli is the most famous deli in NYC that everyone goes to. It's so famous that many celebs eat there too. That woody allen sandwich is indeed too much meat. I only ate 1/2 of it and i was soooooo full. It's loaded with corned beef and pastrami.
 

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AxlxA said:
p0w3r, Carnegie's Deli is the most famous deli in NYC that everyone goes to. It's so famous that many celebs eat there too. That woody allen sandwich is indeed too much meat. I only ate 1/2 of it and i was soooooo full. It's loaded with corned beef and pastrami.

i gotta try it next time (lol check my location)...is it the place near 7th ave now that i think about it? i remembered there was some old looking deli that was just jam packed at lunch around there
 

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Here we go, the address.
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Meatloaf
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"All meat special" i forgot what it was actually called.
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This room was like an addon to the main shop. If you go there, also get their cheesecake. World renown.



I'm glad i get to finally post these food pictures. Food is great!
 

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p0w3r said:
AxlxA said:
p0w3r, Carnegie's Deli is the most famous deli in NYC that everyone goes to. It's so famous that many celebs eat there too. That woody allen sandwich is indeed too much meat. I only ate 1/2 of it and i was soooooo full. It's loaded with corned beef and pastrami.

i gotta try it next time (lol check my location)...is it the place near 7th ave now that i think about it? i remembered there was some old looking deli that was just jam packed at lunch around there

yep!

ALso, i hear KATZ Deli is good as well. It's downtown.
 

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I drink tea w/ no sugar or milk. The REAL tea. HOT and steaming.
 

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The pie with peas is known as a pie-floater over here.

Whopper with cheese anyone?

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Dark_Templer_102 said:
Do you drink iced tea, or tea?
Both.
Dark_Templer_102 said:
If Iced tea, do you drink it sweet?
I prefer icetea that is low on sugar. Not because I'm a health guru, it's just that most of the iced teas around are way to sweet for my liking.
Dark_Templer_102 said:
If tea, what is your fav?
I always got some Second Flush Darjeeling around because I can get that stuff for cheap. I prefer to drink it with lots of milk and a spoon of sugar. Green tea is fine as well. Although I rarely drink it.

That reminds me of the half year old bag of Chun Mee I still got around. It's probably time to consume it before the aroma startes to fade. :lol:

May I ask why you wanted to know ?
 

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Drink tea cold, but not sweet, so not the Iced Tea you get in the bottle. Prefer to make my own.
 

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Practically everyone over in the UK drinks hot tea with milk. Although recently coffee has become the most popular hot drink in the country, which kind of brings a tear to your eye...

Ice Tea is a new fad that they're trying to sell to us, but it's not really taking off.
 

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1800 KG Gyro from Greece (sorta like a kebab, only much better.....)

Worlds biggest :D

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@ our American friends: can you really eat all that in just one meal :shock: :shock: :shock:

I always thought I could eat a lot ... But these plates ... That's a two-day food input for me. :cry:
 
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