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    Quote Originally Posted by gnomeflinger View Post
    Tamales has to be the best food ever!

    I also love Pad Thai, salad, cheese.
    Oooo i love Phad Thai.

    I usually get it with chicken and extra egg. Absolutely delicious.

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    A Good Philly Cheese Steak. None of the resturants crap as none are like they make them in Philly.

    Now there two exceptions that 1 is little place in TUSCON. Across from the U of A. That moved to speedway when a fire gutted the old converted house they were in. Name escapes me now. But the guy is from Philly and he brought his Dads recipe for bread with him and has a bakery make them only for his use. When he is out of Buns that day he closes the kicthen. But kept the bar open.
    East coast Subs was the name.

    2 Charlies Grill in ATL airport makes a DECENT cheese steak.

    And for desert I love a brownie topped with Ice cream.

    We also have a German resturant here that makes Southwestern Shnitzel. The traditional style with satuteed green chili strips and onions on top. Their home made struedel is top notch also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GEM View Post
    Tamales!

    We have a guy downtown that makes breakfast tamales that are fantastic!!!
    Quote Originally Posted by gnomeflinger View Post
    Tamales has to be the best food ever!

    I also love Pad Thai, salad, cheese.
    Mmm I love tamales, I bought some one time that were goat cheese and roasted jalapenos man they were the bomb.

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    A good bbq brisket. MMMMM!!!
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    Cereal. I really love Cereal. Probably because I'm too lazy to cook.
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    I could eat seafood everyday especially crab, salmon, shrimp. I also love and miss boiled crawfish back in La. I love a good porterhouse steak cooked medium. I do eat my fruits and veggies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jrwiz View Post
    A Good Philly Cheese Steak. None of the resturants crap as none are like they make them in Philly.

    Now there two exceptions that 1 is little place in TUSCON. Across from the U of A. That moved to speedway when a fire gutted the old converted house they were in. Name escapes me now. But the guy is from Philly and he brought his Dads recipe for bread with him and has a bakery make them only for his use. When he is out of Buns that day he closes the kicthen. But kept the bar open.
    East coast Subs was the name.

    2 Charlies Grill in ATL airport makes a DECENT cheese steak.

    And for desert I love a brownie topped with Ice cream.

    We also have a German resturant here that makes Southwestern Shnitzel. The traditional style with satuteed green chili strips and onions on top. Their home made struedel is top notch also.
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    SOme one asked me if this was a chain.

    to my knowledge NO.. It was a guy that wound up in Tuscon and brought his dads recipes for the sauces and the bread. started up in a dilapidated house right off the UofA campus and when it burned down he moved over to Speedway Blvd. I know he opened one more in PHX. The name of this Place was East Coast Super Subs. Maybe he sold out or franchised it this was all 5-6 years ago when my son was going to school there.

    Best cheesesteaks outside of Philly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *Atwater* View Post
    Mmm I love tamales, I bought some one time that were goat cheese and roasted jalapenos man they were the bomb.
    tried to make them once and then decided that it was BETTER to get them at Pepe's Tamales. they have some that are traditional and then they have the Green Chile and Cheese (Asedro I think) from nearby NM and depending on the crop they get from mild and tangy to fire.

    Just not worth the MESS to make.

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    I like Donair, myself.

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    Twinkies!!!...........
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    Big plate of nachos with everything and a Bronco game on TV. Doesn't get any better than that

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    Pistachios.

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    Chicken and Dumplings
    Southern Homemade Chicken Pot Pie

    Banana Cream Pie

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    Complete dinner including:

    Home skillet fried chicken
    Mashed potatoes
    Corn
    Biscuits
    Milk gravy (poured over the biscuits and mashed potatoes)

    I would put a desert in there, but this meal tastes so good that you wouldn't have room for desert.
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    Gyros.......whenever we go to things like the county fair....or festivals......damn.....those things are good....$7.00 well spent....
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