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Is there a food you could eat every single day the rest of your life?
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I pretty much already eat eggs every single day in one form or another, so I guess that would have to be my answer.
Cinnamon Toast Crunch would follow close behind.
Favorite style of eggs? I'm an over easy man myself.
Agreed on the OE for eggs and malt liquor.
Either a ribeye or sushi, not sure which.
I eat eggs every day as well, but I prefer mine scrambled.
"You’re either a block-gobbler, a farmer, or you’re a damn hunter and playmaker."
Beans, green Chile and tortilla. I think I could eat that every day.
Huevos rancheros. ( two over easy eggs) with retried beans, tortillas and unlimited chips & salsa.
''fair is not getting them same as everybody else, fair is getting what you need to succeed."
I suspect one might grow weary of any food after a time - but I'd like to give lobster a try on a daily basis.
As for eggs du jour - Eggs Benedict with toast points on Sundays. Over easy or a cheese omelet during the week. The cheese is a prepared mixture of melted Velveeta and Ro*Tel and crumbled sausage - makes an excellent chip dip.
freckle that toilet seat.
baked potatoe with different toppings.
wouldnt it be more telling as to which meal you would choose if it were your last, on death row?
medium rare new york strip baked sweet potato with cinamon butter topping. crisp asparagus & broccoli with melted cheese. 20 oz stein of sam adams
T-Bone steak medium well and wrapped in bacon
shealys bbq in batesburg.
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Medium well? You eat that with ketchup?
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