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New Political and Religious Forum / Re: Trump's First 100 Days
« Last post by bosk1 on Today at 03:58:02 PM »
Yeah, once again, I'm with Barto.  Sorry for painting with a broad brush, but of all the wonderful things the British Isles have brought to the world, culinary advice doesn't even make the list. 

Says the man from the country that invented plastic cheese.

I'm not sure what you are referring to specifically, but if you are talking about either American cheese or Cheese Whiz, I make no excuse for those culinary sins.  (I'm still convinced that the only reason we ended up with that as "American" cheese is because the U.S. got to pick second to last, only in front of the Swiss, and our choices that late in the draft were severely limited)  But that doesn't mean we don't know how to do it up right when it comes to food in general.
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New Political and Religious Forum / Re: Trump's First 100 Days
« Last post by XJDenton on Today at 03:57:16 PM »
Hot and spicy is fine. Caustic is not.
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New Political and Religious Forum / Re: Trump's First 100 Days
« Last post by jsbru on Today at 03:56:29 PM »
My Grandfather made horseradish sauce that could double as an industrial strength cleaner, which put me off it for good.

That would probably do the opposite to me.  I love hot & spicy.  To a degree of ridiculousness.
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New Political and Religious Forum / Re: Trump's First 100 Days
« Last post by XJDenton on Today at 03:55:14 PM »
My Grandfather made horseradish sauce that could double as an industrial strength cleaner, which put me off it for good.
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Dream Theater / Re: Blu Ray / DVD of The Astonishing tour
« Last post by cramx3 on Today at 03:54:21 PM »
The sound at LALP might have been a let down, but the overall concert is still pretty awesome and has some unique stuff that is not on any other DT dvd.
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New Political and Religious Forum / Re: Trump's First 100 Days
« Last post by jsbru on Today at 03:54:20 PM »
This thread is grossing me out.

Ketchup on fries.
Nothing on steak.

Can we get back to arguing? ;D

I actually prefer mayonnaise on fries.  It's amazing.

Or if its curly fries, then horseradish.  Arbys knows what it's doing.
I'm good with horseradish.  I go through brief phases with mayo, but while yummy, I quickly get overwhelmed by the richness/fattiness of it.

I could put hoseradish on just about anything.  I get it from my dad.  My dad buys it by the (large) jar and its gone in two weeks.  He jokes that he could make an ice cream cone out of it.
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General Discussion / Re: Car accident - Who's at fault??
« Last post by Sir GuitarCozmo on Today at 03:54:03 PM »
Waze has a navigation component to it, but its primary use is as a traffic condition monitoring app.  It relies on its bazillions of users to enter real-time reports of traffic accidents, road work, police speed traps, slow traffic, debris or animals in the road, vehicles pulled over on the side of the road, etc.  Turn on your GPS and turn on Waze, while driving.  As you're driving, it will alert you of any of the above things.    Hit the thumbs up to confirm that it's still there or the other button to say that it is no longer there.  If you see something to report, that isn't already on the map, it is a VERY quick series of button taps to report it for all other users to see.  It has saved our asses MANY times by alerting us of police ahead.
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New Political and Religious Forum / Re: Trump's First 100 Days
« Last post by El Barto on Today at 03:53:02 PM »
I think at a steak restaurant mashed potatoes are going to be the ticket. Not only are they good in their own right, but they soak up the juice from the steak and improve greatly. Baked potatoes always just seemed like little more than a vehicle for eating cheese and bacon. Au gratin, now that's a quality side, but rarely as good as it should be. Fries are always good, but don't really add anything to the experience. Fondantes might actually be my favorite potato dish, but I've never seen them show up at a steakhouse (or anywhere else, for that matter).

edit: and yeah, Arby's curly fries cry out for some horsey sauce.
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New Political and Religious Forum / Re: Trump's First 100 Days
« Last post by XJDenton on Today at 03:52:15 PM »
Yeah, once again, I'm with Barto.  Sorry for painting with a broad brush, but of all the wonderful things the British Isles have brought to the world, culinary advice doesn't even make the list. 

Says the man from the country whose contribution to gastronomy is plastic cheese and condensed milk.

Sorry, mate, but judgement was passed when you first chimed in with the burnt, ketchup laden steak.

I never made any apologies for burning the steak.
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