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 No.658023[View All]

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How often do you eat burger?
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 No.658578

>>658440
>>658440
You gotta go with brown sugar for oatmeal. Yum!

And definitely whole milk.

 No.658586

You should take us to Pumps, Moony!

 No.658587

>>658578
Brown sugar or fruits and maple syrup, imo! Mmmm.

 No.658611

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>>658515

I use what's on hand.  Sometimes I'm just out of milk, then I have to use water.

 No.658678

Multiple times weekly.

 No.658684

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Also not sure why but the shake shack peanut butter burger sounds good to me right now.

 No.658691

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>>658586
what is Pumps? if i had to guess, it sounds like a shoe store.

>>658678
any favortie places, starshine?

>>658684
wow, that is an admirable choice, Lamb! Not everypony is brave enough to try one, but i happen to think they can really hit the spot depending on how one is feeling!

 No.658693

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>>658691
I have a craving.

Also pickles.

 No.658696

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>>658693
pickles and peanut butter is a craving i also sometimes have! is that weird?

 No.658698

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>>658696
I don't think so I have it often.

Just something about the combo is great.

 No.658702

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>>658698
maybe it is because, you are great, so you have great cravings!

 No.658705

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>>658702
That may be the case!

I will say that I like to replace regular patties with cube stake in burgers from time to time.
Very good.

 No.658710

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>>658705
that sounds very nice!! Cube steak, it is steak, cut into the cubes?

 No.658715

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>>658710
You would think!

Really it is top sirloin or top round that gets flattened with a meat tenderizer.

Most people will dredge them in family mixes and then fry them.

 No.658716

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>>658611
>Sometimes I'm just out of milk, then I have to use water.
I'd rather skip breakfast than eat oatmeal made with water.  Ugh!

 No.658718

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>>658715
ohhhh it is meat you hit a lot with a hammer!

wow, fry the meat, this is not so common in New York! we do not usually have the country fried steak - the only palce i have seen it is at ihop

>>658716
...oh no :c

i have usually made my oatmeal with water! i did not know there was another way!

 No.658719

>>658718
same, I always make oatmeal with water.

 No.658722

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>>658718
It is very common down here.
They get used a lot in steak biscuits.

 No.658723

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>>658722
steak biscuits?? what is that? can you bake steak into bread, too?

>>658719
i like oatmeal, but i definitely prefer the taste of cream of wheat! have you tried that, Rosie?

i know once i bought grits to Europe, and everyone except my friends in Denmark HATED grits. Everyone i met in the Netherlands thought that grits was just about the worst thing they'd ever eaten.

 No.658727

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>>658723
Think more a sandwich that used a biscuit over a regular loaf.

Just a quick breakfast here.

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>>658718
>i have usually made my oatmeal with water! i did not know there was another way!
Oh, you gotta try it with milk!  So much better!

 No.658732

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>>658731
It really is the best.

 No.658733

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>>658731
i suppose i could try that... i do not eat oatmeal much though, unless i am out camping or something

>>658727
that sounds yummy! it is rare to have biscuits around here. i would have to go pretty far to find biscuits

will... scones work?

 No.658741

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>>658733
You could try it.

Scones are less airy and flaky than biscuits are so I am not all that sure.

 No.658743

>>658723
No, I never have! What is it?

 No.658745

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>>658741
biscuits are so interesting! i have had them before with the sausage gravy in some Southern food places, and in California!

but, does it not count, i am wondering?

>>658743
grits are like little pieces of corn that are made into a porridge

i believe on of the Netherlands friends said it tasted like mushy sand

 No.658747

>>658745
So wait cream of wheat and grits are the same thing?

 No.658748

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>>658743
I thought for sure I told you about grits.
Well I am just a bad southerner.

It is corn that is ground into a fine meal and then boiled to make something like porriage or oatmeal.

They are a breakfast staple here.

>>658745
Why wouldn't it count?

 No.658752

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>>658747
oh no no, cream of wheat is like... a much smoother porridge. it is less gritty, and made of wheat, not corn!

>>658748
i do enjoy grits! they can be expensive in New York though!

i thought, it did not count because, maybe, it is not authentic like in the south.

 No.658753

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>>658748
people tell me things and if I don't apply them the first day I just forget them immediately

you probably told me like twice rofl

>>658752
Ohh

this is blowing my mind right now

 No.658755

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>>658748
>>658753
i am thinking of going here for lunch tomorrow!!

https://www.yelp.com/biz/beehive-oven-biscuit-cafe-brooklyn?osq=Best+Biscuits+And+Gravy

now that we have talked about the biscuits, i want to try beehive oven! Look at the photos, and let me know if that is authentic!

brunch menu!

http://www.beehiveoven.com/brunch-menu.html

 No.658760

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>>658752
I have heard that a lot of the people that move here from places like NY and NJ.

It is super cheap here and is a a go to when making breakfast.

I don't really think it matters all that much.
I mean different places all have different spins on dishes and I am more than happy to try them all.

There are very few things that I am stern about in the kitchen.

>>658753
SIlly

>>658755
It looks great!
Way out of my budget but still looks good.

Make sure to get some collards for me.

 No.658769

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>>658760
that price is, unfortunately, a very average price for lunch nowadays in the city! :(

if you come out to see me, we should have a good lunch together <3

living in the south seems like so much fun! it seems exciting, with much food, and everything is less expensive.

 No.658772

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>>658769
Oh gosh I hope they pay you well for that.

I would love that so much. You would have to deal with my hugs.

A lot less expensive. No one here would pay that much for shrip and grits.

 No.658774

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>>658772
...gosh, how much is shrimp and grits in the south? it is very often one of the most expensive things on a brunch menu out here!

 No.658776

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>>658774
Most of the places I eat at would never charge you more than maybe $10 if it is a really nice place.

This is one of my favorite spots.
http://www.fishyfishycafe.com/menupage.php?id=66

 No.658778

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I didn't take a picture, but I just had a burger.

 No.658779

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>>658778
Home made or fastfood?

 No.658780

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>>658779

Cafeteria lunch!

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>>658780
Oh so one of the super thin ones with no condiments?

 No.658783

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>>658781

Well I definitely had condiments.  I added cheese, ketchup, mayo, and some onions.

Wasn't particularly thick, but at least it was beef.  I've definitely seen people serve up worse.

 No.658784

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>>658776
wow, that looks like fun!! which one is the grits one? i cannot tell! i think a flounder sandwich sounds nice.

 No.658787

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>>658783
I suppose my old cafeteria was that underfunded then.

Same.

>>658784
I am not sure they have it on the new menu.
They have gone through a few changes.

Here is another one.
https://oliversonthecapefear.org/#

 No.658795

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>>658787

I'm never sure if our cafeteria is just really good, or if all cafeterias have improved over time.  This school really delivers, though.

 No.658796

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>>658691
That's almost right.

 No.658814

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>>658795

I've always had the worst caferatia's in my schools.

Like, in high school, all you could get were snacks and if you're very early one of the maybe two dozen sandwiches they made. In a school with over 500 students alone.

And it was even worse in college. I didn't bother buying anything there. I've seen days where there was literally nothing but four sandwiches.

 No.658839

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>>658814

Wait, so they seriously just couldn't even feed you?  That's worse than anything I've ever heard.

 No.658841

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>>658839

Nope. Everybody just brought their own food from home.

That said, the university my brother spent two years at had a proper cantina, with an actual kitchen and a full staff working it. It was practically a restaurant!

 No.658950

>>658814
My high school didnt even have any sort of cafeteria or food service.

There was a little covered area off to one side with some little windows that seems to have been a food service area in the past but it was closed. We had "open campus" but there wasnt really anywhere within reasonable walking distance either. I dont really remember anyone eating much now that i think about it, but there was a significant truancy problem and lots of students had cars.

The middle school before that had some outdoor area and some contractor pulled up in vans so it was something anyway.

 No.659100

>>658462

Sort of. I'm pretty much indifferent to the food I make at work now, but I still enjoy burgers from other restaurants.


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