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    Lightbulb New Thread #6: I LIKE TO EAT

    Tonight we're going to get some sushi at a great local sushi place. Usually, when we're out with a crowd of work people, we're not too experimental, but I like all the stuff behind the bar pretty much (except for sea urchin, which tastes like a cold wet sponge). There's a sushi place in Bethesda that serves "the blowfish." You know, the poison blowfish. It's $25 a pop, but next time I'm down there I'm definitely trying it. Do you have a favorite ethnic food? Why?
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    Default Korean....

    Korean food is the bomb.....unfortunately here in the states there are few Korean restaurants. Bugolgi is the stuff I tell ya!

    Most of Korea is a cesspool but the food is great. Soju is also a good thing.

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    all about the sushi, love it ate at a place in salt lake city a few weeks ago, ichibans, it was in a remodled church . the place was beautiful.. great sushi, some of the best i have had we had a couple rolls that fried in the tempura batter man they were good. the chef is the 6th ranked sushi chef in the nation (she is a white female and owns ichibans) damn good rolls, i will definitly make the 5 hour drive just for sushi fix:D
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    food is good!!!!!! AHHH!!!

    It's soooo hard to pick a favorite, Japanese food is definatley up there. I've been to Japan twice and both times I was in heaven! Sushi is amazing, I love sashimi in paticular, also Yakitori and of course Tepanaki. I had the pleasure of having Kobe beef twice while I was there...oh god it's good ;) You guys ever try Amaebi (sweet shrimp)? Ask for it at a good restaraunt and tell me if you liked it, heh heh.

    Runner's up: Mexican and Indian

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    Just give me a bacon cheese burger and fries please.


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    Ron, you're so 'merican!

    I'd love to travel to the orient and eat sushi in Japan. That's really the only place I'd travel to. I hate travelling. But I'd go to Japan. I'm fascinated by Japanese culture.

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    Originally posted by Micah
    [BI'm fascinated by Japanese culture.[/B]
    Yeah me too! As if you can't tell by all my anime postings. ;)

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    Give me Germany. I'd love to go there, that'd be my first real vacation spot, most likely in October. Dark, warm beer and lots of it. Nothing better.


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    Micah, you're not fascinated with the Japanese, you're just facinated with their anime porn.

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    New Thread #6: I LIKE TO EAT
    See link in thread below.

    http://clubpolk.polkaudio.com/forum/...&threadid=2568


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    Thai food rocks.

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    japan would be great, some day i will get there i will eat sushi and get a tatoo
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    Post Question 4 The Sushi Connoisseurs

    Can Japanese women be considered a variety of sushi?
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    Pu**y!!

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    Default Re: Question 4 The Sushi Connoisseurs

    Originally posted by raife1
    Can Japanese women be considered a variety of sushi?
    ahh too funny, i am willing to try this type of roll just give me some sheets and whip cream and i will see what kind of delicacy i can come up with :D ;)
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    Originally posted by raife1
    Can Japanese women be considered a variety of sushi?
    Of course...and they go particularly well with lots of Sake!
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    German Food- Hey, it's my heritage! Jaegerschnitzel, with spatzle noodles and red cabbage. Washed down with Paulaner Heffe-Weizen beer. Ein Prosit!! Wunderbar!!!!!!

    Korean Food- Someone already mentioned the Bulgogi. Excellent with some Kimchee, the spiced turnips, and sauteed spinach and bean sprouts. Unless you're REALLY brave, stay away from the Octopus and vegatables in the hot(And I mean HOT)sauce. It's great, but you'll be in pain the next morning as you watch all kinds of exotic stuff blast out of the dookie chute.

    Czech Food- Wifes heritage. Try the stuffed cabbage rolls with some pan fried potato's. Wash down with any domestic beer. Garaunteed to produce those 12 second, four octave farts we all love so well.

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    Originally posted by raife1
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    Ever heard that cheesy Gerardo song, Rico Swave?

    "I don't do the coke, or drink or smoke...my only addiction is the female species, I eat em raw like su-shi"

    Gerardo was so lame....

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    Angry Censorship Sucks King Kong Dong

    I hope I don't get CENSORED again for my Japanese "sushi"
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    Talking I LUV 2 EAT

    Oh, I almost forgot, my favorite thing to eat: spicey chicken and (beef) sausage gumbo with brown rice.
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    Aligator Gumbo...mmmm that's gooood.. anything spicy is mad good in my book.

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