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Old 03-11-2004, 01:49 PM   #11
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Another college kid here...

The Chicken Parmisana i had in St. Catherines was great (i thought i was ordering the sandwich though) And it was some of the best i've ever had.

My mom'* pasta, with italian sausage takes the cake
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Indian or Middle-Eastern food. Mexican is a close second.
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Lobster and Filet Mignon. Surf and turf all the way!
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I like a lot of different foods...but I also enjoy cooking too...so tonight'* menu, lasagna and german chocolate cake. Yummy!
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Veal marsala with a side of fettuccini alfredo. Perhaps a carafe of red wine.
I used to be a huge fan of veal but then found out how it was made, lets just say it turned me off of Veal but I absolutly love Fettuccini alfredo it has to be my favorite pasta of all time
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Veal marsala with a side of fettuccini alfredo. Perhaps a carafe of red wine.
I used to be a huge fan of veal but then found out how it was made, lets just say it turned me off of Veal but I absolutly love Fettuccini alfredo it has to be my favorite pasta of all time
Yea, it is a shame. Boy it'* yummy, though. I guess it'* good that we humans are on top of the food chain. You make your own alfredo sauce?
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i love veal chop with calabrased potatos other than that southern cooking is always good and also chinses and mexican
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Jeanie that sounds nice btw dinner was TOP notch!

Tonight I was treated to

Panini dipped in oil and vinegar with spices
Bruschetta
Caesar Salad
Penne with olives, capers, in a rose tomato sauce with spices
Mango tartufo...

and a martini to start and a San Pellegrino during dinner

$30.05...w/tip..

Now that culinary delights
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Pho` (Vietnamese beef noodle soup). Yep, cow guts and all, it'* he best damned meal you can get for under $6.

Of course chicken and beer are a close runner up

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Jeanie that sounds nice btw dinner was TOP notch!
Thanks-cake frosting and I had some major issues, but all worked out and it was great. Glad to hear you dinner out was good-sounds yummy to me (even if there are somethings I can't pronounce, let alone know what they are-but that'* usually a sign of really tasty dishes).
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