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BossHog
Sardines and rice. Best with very good imported sardines

 

I hear ya. Sardines have been a staple of mine since I used to guide canoe trips on the Allagash.

 

pleasant surprise to find them omnipresent in d'Phils

 

I do ,miss the Norwegian ones in mustard.sauce though.

 

The best ones locally are called Spanish or Portuguese Style and come in small glass bottles.

 

Zaragosa is a good brand.

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Paella Valencia   With prawns, cockles,  chicken, chorizo, NZ mussels, and a blue swimmer crab on top.   Accompanied by good company and a few jugs of Sangria.  

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Of course, that was back when I could eat a 6,000 calorie-a-day diet and just burn it off with my daily routine
Used to go to midnight chow almost every night even when not on night shift. Midnight chow rocked because they had dinner and breakfast stuff at the same time. Ham and cheese omelet, french toast, sausages and 2 hamburgers. Butter and syrup on the FT then flop the omelet on that and more syrup and diced sausages on that.

 

Was never able to move the needle above 150 lbs until I got married. Hahahahaha

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Used to go to midnight chow almost every night even when not on night shift. Midnight chow rocked because they had dinner and breakfast stuff at the same time. Ham and cheese omelet, french toast, sausages and 2 hamburgers. Butter and syrup on the FT then flop the omelet on that and more syrup and diced sausages on that.

Gained a pound just reading that. Thanks.

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All time favorite one dish food consumed here in Cebu City = USDA Prime Rib w/ mashed sweet potatos & Shitaki mushrooms @ Olio

............................................................................ USA = Alaskan King Crab Legs w/ corn o' cob @ The Nordic Lodge

 

 

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A thin cust New York pizza, cheese only.

 

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Runner up, NY style pastrami on rye, Jewish deli.

 

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Smokey, get yourself to the NYPD pizza or Chompies NY style deli.

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Assiette de fruits de mer - preferably atlantic

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A banana split makes for a pretty good one-dish meal.

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My favorite too! Never found it though in the Philippines in any restaurant, unless my wife makes it with a fried egg over easy on top and crisp bacon on the side!  

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Australian steak and mushroom pie. Omg drool

 

 

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A pot of GOOD chilli...or a pot of ham and beans (on hot homemade cornbread)..or rabbit stew...or any damn good beef stew....Can alternate those during the week....and all of them are better warmed up the next day than they were on the first day...and they are damn good the first day.

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Paella Valencia

 

With prawns, cockles,  chicken, chorizo, NZ mussels, and a blue swimmer crab on top.

 

Accompanied by good company and a few jugs of Sangria.

 

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As a Filipino, it is adobo (pork or beef) definitely! Though slow cooked beef stew is also great in winter here in the UK.

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