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    Quote Originally Posted by Applejack View Post
    What, the temple or the polish place?
    C'mon AJ, he's talking about Costco. Aren't you there right now?
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    Homemade whole wheat sandwich bread, sliced sous-vide round roast, Jarlsberg, tomato, lettuce, mayo, stone-ground mustard

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    Krispy Kreme green-colored, lemon-filled donut with 1% chocolate milk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walter Sobchak View Post
    Homemade whole wheat sandwich bread, sliced sous-vide round roast, Jarlsberg, tomato, lettuce, mayo, stone-ground mustard

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    That's the way to do it. I would enjoy seeing the bread recipe. I hear there was a guy on the board a few years ago who used to post some good bread recipes . . .
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    I was #69 at Treebeards today.

    I got the chicken and sausage jambalaya


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    Quote Originally Posted by Moliere View Post
    I was #69 at Treebeards today.

    I got the chicken and sausage jambalaya
    You were #69 and asked for the sausage? Sounds about right...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sizzle View Post
    You were #69 and asked for the sausage? Sounds about right...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sizzle View Post
    You were #69 and asked for the sausage? Sounds about right...
    I'm not surprised he passed on the spicy taco.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Moliere View Post
    I got the chicken and sausage jambalaya
    You did not have Jamabalaya. Jambalaya must include: chicken, sausage, and crawfish (or shrimp). It's in the Bible, see 1 John 5:7 ...

    For there are three that bear record in jambalaya, the Chicken, the Sausage, and the Crawdad: and these three are one.
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    NY Dip at The Shed in Boise. Very good place,
    Reasonable prices and good atmosphere. Highly recommend.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Moliere View Post
    NY Dip at The Shed in Boise. Very good place,
    Reasonable prices and good atmosphere. Highly recommend.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Moliere View Post
    NY Dip at The Shed in Boise. Very good place,
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    Hadn't even heard of it. I'll have to check it out.

    What were you doing in Boise?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pelado View Post
    Hadn't even heard of it. I'll have to check it out.

    What were you doing in Boise?

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    Had a wedding to attend in a town not far from Boise. We met up with some friends the day after.


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    Has anyone tried the Indian place on State Street in Orem called Kohinoor? I'm in the mood for something new I haven't tried.

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    What is the most exotic lunch, that you enjoyed, that anybody here has eaten?

    Where was it and how expensive was it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Topper View Post
    What is the most exotic lunch, that you enjoyed, that anybody here has eaten?

    Where was it and how expensive was it?
    Each time I've been to Morocco we've shared at least our lunches together with the Moroccan Army. My favorite meal was the couscous. I've found something similar at Disney World Epcot in Restaurant Marrakesh for about $25/plate. I'm sure there are better places, but I've not really eaten at Moroccan restaurants over here.

    When I was back East this summer, a good friend took me to a Korean restaurant up in Maryland. We had some sort of sampler that included a few authentic dishes. I think it was close to $50 for the two of us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bo Diddley View Post
    Each time I've been to Morocco we've shared at least our lunches together with the Moroccan Army. My favorite meal was the couscous. I've found something similar at Disney World Epcot in Restaurant Marrakesh for about $25/plate. I'm sure there are better places, but I've not really eaten at Moroccan restaurants over here.

    When I was back East this summer, a good friend took me to a Korean restaurant up in Maryland. We had some sort of sampler that included a few authentic dishes. I think it was close to $50 for the two of us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Applejack View Post
    Like I said, I've not tried Moroccan food elsewhere here stateside, so the only thing I can compare it to was the food in Morocco. But what I found at Epcot was very close. It's also prepared by Moroccans. When I was there I was by myself, so I my server spent a few minutes visiting with me. She told me that they their food was somewhat Americanized because they can't always get all the authentic ingredients locally. I think there's a place up in SLC that I need to go try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bo Diddley View Post
    Like I said, I've not tried Moroccan food elsewhere here stateside, so the only thing I can compare it to was the food in Morocco. But what I found at Epcot was very close. It's also prepared by Moroccans. When I was there I was by myself, so I my server spent a few minutes visiting with me. She told me that they their food was somewhat Americanized because they can't always get all the authentic ingredients locally. I think there's a place up in SLC that I need to go try.
    I like Moroccan, so that's a great choice as is Korean. I've yet to eat in Morocco but from everything I've heard it's supposed to be fantastic. I've been disappointed with Turkish food because I've wanted to like it. I really like Persian food, at least the way it's served in Vegas.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bo Diddley View Post
    Has anyone tried the Indian place on State Street in Orem called Kohinoor? I'm in the mood for something new I haven't tried.
    Possibly too late for you, but I went there for lunch a year or so ago. I wasn't impressed at all. My favorite Indian restaurant in the area is the India Palace in Provo on Center street.

    My wife and I went to a 'house blessing' in West Jordan for a co-worker from India a couple of years ago. They had Indian food catered in, but we thought it was pretty bland, so I guess it all depends on what you're used to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbiker View Post
    Possibly too late for you, but I went there for lunch a year or so ago. I wasn't impressed at all. My favorite Indian restaurant in the area is the India Palace in Provo on Center street.

    My wife and I went to a 'house blessing' in West Jordan for a co-worker from India a couple of years ago. They had Indian food catered in, but we thought it was pretty bland, so I guess it all depends on what you're used to.
    We tried it. It wasn't bad, but I've had better. I'll have to try the India Palace next.

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    Spam Katsu with curry rice from a little ramen shop in Kona. Not bad, and better than the Panda Express everyone else in my group had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisrenrut View Post
    Spam Katsu with curry rice from a little ramen shop in Kona. Not bad, and better than the Panda Express everyone else in my group had.
    What is wrong with your group?
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    Two plain slices (well done!) from Joe's Pizza. I had no idea until last week that they opened a Times Square location about 4 blocks from my office. My midtown west pizza situation just improved immensely.

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    Arugula salad with purple carrots and monkey meat. Yum...
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    Eggrolls.
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    Rick Bayless Frontera Chicken Fajita Bowl. Not bad for a $3 dollar frozen lunch. (on sale 2 for $6 bucks and only 260 calories!) I am on a food and financial diet. My lunches are usually 15-30 dollars and 700-1500 calories!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Lebowski View Post
    Arugula salad with purple carrots and monkey meat. Yum...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flystripper View Post
    Rick Bayless Frontera Chicken Fajita Bowl. Not bad for a $3 dollar frozen lunch. (on sale 2 for $6 bucks and only 260 calories!) I am on a food and financial diet. My lunches are usually 15-30 dollars and 700-1500 calories!
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