The Culinary Plan of the Afternon

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The Culinary Plan of the Afternon

Postby Daniel Rogov » Sun Aug 21, 2011 2:16 am

On a fast now in order to do blood tests. That increases the dreaming. Meeting a dear friend for lunch at Dixie at 13:30. My dream of the moment, to start with a shared platter of Dixie's great spiced chicken wings and then, for me a 250 gram burger, that with cheddar cheese, a double order of bacon on the burger and that topped with a generous overabundance of fried onions. Oyez, oyez.

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Re: The Culinary Plan of the Afternon

Postby Trevor F » Sun Aug 21, 2011 6:30 am

Daniel Rogov wrote: My dream of the moment, to start with a shared platter of Dixie's great spiced chicken wings and then, for me a 250 gram burger, that with cheddar cheese, a double order of bacon on the burger and that topped with a generous overabundance of fried onions. Rogov


Fasting sounds a lot better.
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Re: The Culinary Plan of the Afternon

Postby David H » Sun Aug 21, 2011 7:23 am

I would skip the fast and go directly to Dixie.
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Re: The Culinary Plan of the Afternon

Postby Daniel Rogov » Sun Aug 21, 2011 10:13 am

As planned and thoroughly enjoyed, sharing the spiced chicken wings, me on to my burger, a dear friend to an entrecote steak and then a dessert platter inclluding cheese cake, mahlabi and half-frozen chocolate cookies. Surprise, surprise though....with the meal Coca Cola.

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Re: The Culinary Plan of the Afternon

Postby Ken Schechet » Wed Aug 24, 2011 12:01 am

Rogov, sometimes I think you and I are so alike that it's silly. I have a decades old tradition of going to McDonalds after fasting for a blood test and ordering the biggest, most disgusting burger they have. It's the only time I ever go to McDonalds.

Thinking about it for a minute, your plan is much better than mine. I need to find a much better and more decadent place.
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Re: The Culinary Plan of the Afternon

Postby Jenise » Fri Aug 26, 2011 7:18 pm

Ken Schechet wrote: I need to find a much better and more decadent place.


Well, you spared us having to point out the obvious. McDonalds is definitely capable of disgusting, but on decadence they fall way short. :wink:
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