FOOD THREAD VOL. GRUB LIFE

DCAllAfrican

Formerly 'dcallamerican'
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dangerousg dangerousg You know how I feel about people using the word "Literal/Literally" in NON-Literal (Figurative) situations.

Same is true about people describing foods being FRESH.

A Fast FOod burger doesn't have the right to ever be called Fresh.
 
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Me and my gf was able to hit up tiagos tacos yesterday after the rain cleared up.
- margarita
- chicken quesadilla
- birria tacos (so ****ing good) sauce cup should been bigger tho :lol:
- chicken tostada
- deep fried oreos w/nutella and condensed milk

Would definitely go again when the weather's nicer.
 
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Me and my gf was able to hit up tiagos tacos yesterday after the rain cleared up.
- margarita
- chicken quesadilla
- birria tacos (so ****ing good) sauce cup should been bigger tho :lol:
- chicken tostada
- deep fried oreos w/nutella and condensed milk

Would definitely go again when the weather's nicer.
I see your wife the blunt roller in the family.
 
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What I call a soft yolk scramble where I fry up some eggs and then chop and mix it all up.
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Funny, one of the Dominican spots near me scrambles their eggs this way. Sometimes I enjoy it, but most of the time I’m like, bruh- can’t ya’ll just whip up the eggs before putting them on the pan?
 
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Funny, one of the Dominican spots near me scrambles their eggs this way. Sometimes I enjoy it, but most of the time I’m like, bruh- can’t ya’ll just whip up the eggs before putting them on the pan?
This to me is a different eating experience than scrambled eggs. The plate has the yolk at the bottom (you can see some in the pic) so after I tackle the top of the egg pile, I'll start breaking off pieces of the toast and sop up the yolk then put the piece in a "pincer" grip to snatch up some egg pieces.

Hope you get the visual :lol:

Also, the yolk of the egg is entirely intact at the end of the cooking process for me and is only broken when everything starts getting chopped up (so not broken in the pan).
 
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dangerousg dangerousg You know how I feel about people using the word "Literal/Literally" in NON-Literal (Figurative) situations.

Same is true about people describing foods being FRESH.

A Fast FOod burger doesn't have the right to ever be called Fresh.
what is YOUR definition of fresh?

inn n out never freezes their beef, that’s why they can’t expand out of range of their distribution center.
 
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