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This may be slightly off, but I happened to be in Monroe WI for the weekend and stopped by the famous Baumgartner's.  Had a beer and my buddy thought it would be a good idea to order a Limburger and Red Onion sandwich, for everyone at the table.  While I know some people who love that stuff, but I took a bite and turned white as a ghost and nearly lost my stomach.  It was by far the grossest thing I have ever put in my mouth.  

   

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I use capers as an addition to lots of foods. They're pretty great on baked potatoes and I like them on pepperoni pizza. I have to add them at home of course, but they are so yummy. I know that people do like capers, but not in the quantity that I seem to. I use about two jars per month sometimes.

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not in the "others hate" category, but I love eating rice and spaghetti with nothing on it but margarine (I cook it with salt in the water).  Most people can't stand that I don't add other sauce or whatever, but I love it.

 

also totally unrelated:  stop putting those goddamn nuts in otherwise perfectly awesome cinnamon rolls and pastries.  jesus.

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not in the "others hate" category, but I love eating rice and spaghetti with nothing on it but margarine (I cook it with salt in the water).  Most people can't stand that I don't add other sauce or whatever, but I love it.

 

also totally unrelated:  stop putting those goddamn nuts in otherwise perfectly awesome cinnamon rolls and pastries.  jesus.

Butter? yes. Margarine? nasty

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I have mentioned on this board in the past and was promptly ridiculed. So I will say it again: I love KALE

 

I just had a kale salad this afternoon with my veggie burger --- if you are ever in Chicago, head to Bandera on Michigan Ave - excellent pairing.

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is cooking a peanut-free christmas meal particularly difficult?

It's mostly down to cookies, but the biggie is that deep-fried turkeys are usually cooked in peanut oil. Oven-roasted turkeys take many hours longer to cook and the task can't be handed off to the husband due to strength and safety issues.

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There is absolutely nothing wrong with this. The local deli in my town did a special the other that was a peanut butter-bacon-honey sandwich, and it was phenomenal.

 

 

I must try this.

The revolution has begun.

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Anyone mention Tongue yet...tongue sandwich :stunned

 

When my grandpa was still around, every Christmas Eve, our family would get together (Santa visited us cousins) and we would have cold cuts and Chicken for dinner - my grandpa would always have a tongue sandwich.

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Anyone mention Tongue yet...tongue sandwich :stunned

there is a fantastic taqueria near Brighton Music Hall that serves a delicious tongue burrito.

 

 

http://www.yelp.com/biz/taqueria-el-carrizal-allston

 

 

also, if you are going to a show at Royale or The Wilbur, pre-game here and order the beef tendon pho; it's quite delicious.

 

http://www.yelp.com/biz/xinh-xinh-boston

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