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Steak, rare, with some good bread to sop up stray juices. Maybe some garlic butter or something on the steak, maybe not.

Oooh. Steak.

What? Me? Iron-deficient? What makes you say that?

Jennie

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Perogies. Smothered in bacon and onions, with a big dollop of sour cream.

Can't get perogies in Japan, which makes me crave them more. Sigh.

Also craving tuna belly, which I CAN get here- got some bincho-toro in the fridge, minutes away from becoming negitoro-don!

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Perogies. Smothered in bacon and onions, with a big dollop of sour cream.

Can't get perogies in Japan, which makes me crave them more. Sigh.

Also craving tuna belly, which I CAN get here- got some bincho-toro in the fridge, minutes away from becoming negitoro-don!

smallworld,

have you been to Nissin supermarket in Azabu juban?

I am almost positive they have frozen pierogies!

Their meat selection is incredible!

every kind of sausage you could want

10 plus kinds of prosciutto and pancetta, all sliced to order

cornish hens

duck

veal

lamb

rabbit

kangaroo

ostrich

etc

etc

Kristin Wagner, aka "torakris"

 

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It's 8:35 in the mornin', and I would absolutely love to tuck into a heavily marbled steak, black n' blue; little bit of crusty bread to mop up the juice with; and a good glass of cab sav. Actually, screw the glass - a good bottle. No sides - this is breakfast...

I'm making due with a Mocha Valencia and a Powerbar, but, man...

...I never should have looked into this thread :)

Todd McGillivray

"I still throw a few back, talk a little smack, when I'm feelin' bulletproof..."

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It's 8:35 in the mornin', and I would absolutely love to tuck into a heavily marbled steak, black n' blue; little bit of crusty bread to mop up the juice with; and a good glass of cab sav.  Actually, screw the glass - a good bottle.  No sides - this is breakfast...

My kinda breakfast . . .

I'm making due with a Mocha Valencia and a Powerbar, but, man...

What's a Mocha Valencia, rev??

...I never should have looked into this thread :)

Hah! Too late!! This and the "What Are You Eating Right Now" thread are just plain DANGEROUS! :shock::shock:

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chinese - since my boss decided to clean the fridge and threw out the beef with garlic sauce i brought in monday.

actually have something at home one of my husband's coworker's mom made-

softened banana leaves filled with cooked rice, shrimps, egg yolk and...something else i think. guess that baby is going to be nuked when i get home tonight

Nothing is better than frying in lard.

Nothing.  Do not quote me on this.

 

Linda Ellerbee

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smallworld,

have you been to Nissin supermarket in Azabu juban?

I am almost positive they have frozen pierogies!

Their meat selection is incredible!

every kind of sausage you could want

10 plus kinds of prosciutto and pancetta, all sliced to order

cornish hens

duck

veal

lamb

rabbit

kangaroo

ostrich

etc

etc

Thanks Kristen, I'll check it out the next time I'm in the area (which most likely won't be for months!!).

I went to National Azabu and Kinokuniya a few years ago. No perogies, everything was really expensive, and there really wasn't much that I couldn't get at my local import shops.

So I assumed that Nissin was the same- guess I've been missing out!

And MatthewB, Thanks alot! Now I'm craving pho too!!

My eGullet foodblog: Spring in Tokyo

My regular blog: Blue Lotus

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Spicy, er SPICY, chili verde with fry bread.  Man. Yes.

Sounds awesome!! Do you make your own fry bread?

Of course!!! I'll have to ship some over to you, Xanthippe.

But the last fry bread I had was at the Pow-Wow in Cupertino a couple of weeks ago, greasy as hell, but it fit with the celebration.

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Spicy, er SPICY, chili verde with fry bread.  Man. Yes.

Sounds awesome!! Do you make your own fry bread?

Of course!!! I'll have to ship some over to you, Xanthippe.

But the last fry bread I had was at the Pow-Wow in Cupertino a couple of weeks ago, greasy as hell, but it fit with the celebration.

Dude, I'd happily drive over the hill for fry bread any day of the week!!

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I have been eating a lot of chicken recently (we have no money and it is really cheap) and am currently craving beef anything! :biggrin:

Kristin Wagner, aka "torakris"

 

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