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    ^ I hope people really don't eat chocolate covered bacon...ewww.

    Have ya'll heard of the sandwich Elvis Presley loved...

    Fool's Gold Loaf

    2 T margarine
    1 loaf Italian white bread
    1 lb / 450 g bacon slices
    1 jar of smooth peanut butter
    1 jar of grape jelly.......................Yuck!

    Fool's Gold Loaf is a sandwich made by a restaurant in Denver, Colorado called the Colorado Mine Company (often erroneously referred to as the Colorado Gold Mine Company). The sandwich consists of a single loaf of hollowed out, warmed bread filled with one jar of creamy peanut butter, one jar of grape jelly, and a pound of bacon. The name of the sandwich is derived from its price of $49.95. In later years, it was priced closer to $100 for the sandwich and a bottle of Dom Pérignon (wine).

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fool's_Gold_Loaf




    Would you eat it?
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    It doesn't sound appealing to me. Seems more like a pregnant womans dish. Well, Elvis looked pregnant in his later years. :p

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Lyfing View Post
    Would you eat it?
    For enough cash and followed by laxatives/colonic irrigation, perhaps. However, seriously, it looks the sort of thing someone might take mountaineering. Energy packed with pleny of protein, fat and available sugar.

    I am in Scotland just now and I had food at my favourite restaurant for lunch and then ordered a takeaway from them.

    Lunch was sambar, vadas and idlys and dosas with coconut and peanut chutney. This is all South Indian fare. The restaurant is run by a bunch of Indians whose real jobs are in the oil industry, but they run the restaurant for pleasure and the chefs have been imported.

    The food they serve is precisely what you might find in a smartish hotel anywhere in India.

    I asked them to make my favourite drink, which is made from boiled saffron milk with almonds and sugar - served chilled. It has such a cheering flavour and a restorative effect. Recipes under 'Badam Milk'. There are a few variations, but I prefer it without cardamom. I drink it and think of how lucky I am to be alive.

    Then, this evening, I ordered gobi manchurian, which is cauliflower fried in batter and covered in a 'chinese style' sauce, which is sweet, sour and pungent and served with coriander, which is very un-Chinese! Again, this is a typical dish found in restaurants and hotels in India. With this I had lemon rice (nimbu bhat) which is favourite dish of mine, which I make at home quite a lot, often serving with chickpeas stirred in, sometimes with mustard seeds and chilli, maybe some fried urad dal for flavouring.

    Along with this I had paneer butter masala. This is lumps of freshly made cheese in a buttery tomato sauce with mild spices. This dish is not really traditional, but there has been a recent trend and it has become quite popular in the nicer Indian restaurants in the UK.

    Tomato, chilli and potato are not native to India or Europe at all and they are not recommended by ayurveda, and I do not use them at home, but once I leave my front door, anything can happen!

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    A Lift-Plus energy drink and a muesli bar.

    I've been awake for some time.

    Guess who got distracted by his flatmates and ended up neglecting his essay until the morning that it's due?

    I have no bread or toast... Can't wait for my money to come through on Tuesday. I don't even have any beer. What a horrible state of affairs.

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    What did I eat most recently ?

    Today, it was a Philadelphia cheese steak wrap with extra cheese. MMMMM,
    MMMMM Good ! :thumb001:

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    I tried these because someone brought them to me all the way from Canada. They were pretty good, even though I'm generally not a fan of potato chips or ketchup. You Canucks got anything else up there your holding out from us?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cuchulain View Post
    I tried these because someone brought them to me all the way from Canada. They were pretty good, even though I'm generally not a fan of potato chips or ketchup. You Canucks got anything else up there your holding out from us?

    Hmmm...my husband might like ketchup potato chips! I don't know about me...

    @ Cuchulain, what do you mean your not a fan of ketchup? What do you eat with your fries then? : I couldn't live without ketchup.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs. Lyfing View Post
    @ Cuchulain, what do you mean your not a fan of ketchup? What do you eat with your fries then? : I couldn't live without ketchup.
    I really don't like fries that much either. Waffle fries with nacho toppings is good (irish nachos). Also seasoned curly fries are pretty good, I'd use BBQ sauce in that case, or just forego condiments altogether. I can't think of anything that ketchup would be the best option. Its for children, thats why the packets are so little .

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