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Best thing you've ever eaten besides pussy...

Icee Loco (asshole)
I'm a fucking loser
Thursday, February 16, 2023 9:18 PM
The Japanese wagyu dumplings at Nobu A little taco stand in the hood in Vegas serving goat tacos. My mom's chiles relents My biryani Lobster at Boa in Santa Monica Prime Riv at Morongo casino near Palm Springs Fish tacos from the Korean guy selling cherry lemonade at Venice Beach

13 comments

  • Icee Loco (asshole)
    a year ago
    Chiles rellenos not relents.
  • CJKent_band
    a year ago
    @2ICEE I will play along and comment on your discussion. Q: Best thing you've ever eaten A: High Roller sushi roll at Sushi Roku in Las Vegas. It is made with lobster, asparagus, tuna, golden Osetra caviar, wagyu beef, and truffle oil. :D
  • docsavage
    a year ago
    Pizza from a nearby pizza place run by a real Italian when I was a child. Blueberry pie at a nearby cafeteria. Candy out of a candy dish on the coffee table at my grandmother's house when I was a child. I liked whatever she put in there except something called horehound drops. Those were awful.
  • Tetradon
    a year ago
    The "coffee and donuts" dessert I had at Gavin Newsom's favorite restaurant, The French Laundry Nutella French toast at the diner down the road from where I used to live Calamari with balsamic glaze and hot peppers at Cassarino's in Providence (great conclusion to an afternoon at Desire) Kona coffee rubbed NY strip at Capital Grille Frank Pepe's New Haven style pizza, preferably meatball ricotta Mole chicken with a spicy margarita at Temazcal
  • Cashman1234
    a year ago
    Freshly made pizza from a local pizza shop. Freshly caught fish and lobster grilled on a Caribbean beach resort.
  • rickthelion
    a year ago
    “Nutella French toast at the diner down the road from where I used to live” WTF Tetra Ape? Nutella is the devil’s spread. Did you know that the innermost circle of hell is a giant frozen plain of Nutella. The worst sinners are embedded in said plain with Satan himself in the center. Just eating Nutella isn’t going to consign you to the inner circle or anything, but it is frickin’ disgusting. Oh yeah…to answer the original question. Best food I ever ate rhymes with schmildebeest. You got a problem with that you damn dirty apes? ROAR!!!
  • motorhead
    a year ago
    I don’t need any of that fancy stuff. A good burger grilled in your backyard Garden fresh cucumbers pickled in vinegar and sugar Homemade lasagna prepared the way I like it - I don’t care for most “authentic” Italian restaurants. Sauce too bland, no flavor
  • rickthelion
    a year ago
    ^ Have you tried freshly killed wildebeest? It’s like frickin’ ambrosia. ROAR!!!
  • drewcareypnw
    a year ago
    Jamon Iberico de Bellota Pata Negra
  • Icee Loco (asshole)
    a year ago
    I think its tge simple things or what evokes memories. Like when I was a kid we had a family friend who grew his own potatoes. I've never found another potato as good. Or home smoked ham and chicken.
  • Tetradon
    a year ago
    "WTF Tetra Ape?" No wonder there aren't any famous lion gourmands.
  • misterorange
    a year ago
    My next door neighbor's "burnt chicken" - made on a charcoal grill, tender and juicy inside, slathered with his own homemade bbq sauce and burnt to a crisp outside. Pizza from "The Old Judge" which was a bar attached to a small bowling alley in South Hackensack NJ. My uncle Ed was such a fixture there, they let me sit at the bar and drink beer with him when I was 12. The "Cavitini" at the Russian Tea Room [view link] This is a top notch cocktail. One is never enough. Honorable mention beverage: "Morton's State Street Manhattan". Like a regular Manhattan, but with a chunk of steak on a cocktail pick and a Luxardo cherry. [view link] MRE meal #3, Chicken Stew (back in the 80's/90's) properly prepared using a bag of water and a heat tab [view link] Anything at all from Chelsea Central. One time I had fucking meatloaf there and it was like God himself had prepared it. This was a little hole-in-the-wall on 10th Ave where Bruce Willis worked as a bartender before his acting career took off, and it was owned by Treat Williams and some other semi-famous actor. And while it's long-gone, it was known as a place where several top NYC chefs got their start. It was almost like the CBGB's of restaurants. And no, when I used to go there it was after Bruce got his breakout role in Moonlighting, so I never saw him. [view link]
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