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Colombian today.

I had a "bistec con queso", which is a pretty thinly-sliced cut of top round, cooked on a skillet, and covered with mozzarella cheese.

It included red bean stew, white rice, and tostones (flattened and fried plantains).

Accompanied with an apple-flavored Postobon (soda), and one of the best, frothy, double-espressos I've had.
 
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apparently tpe dropped by NY on a layover.

went to shake shack for some greasy boigers and shake.


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apparently tpe dropped by NY on a layover.

went to shake shack for some greasy boigers and shake.


god bless shake shack.
 
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Chiangmai noodle soup, made with shirataki noodles.

The perfect lunch to try to help me get over a cold.
 
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5 Guys. Why do I let myself get talked into going to this place??? At least I didn't eat the fries today.


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5 Guys. Why do I let myself get talked into going to this place??? At least I didn't eat the fries today.


Haha. Finally tried the burger in suburbia Food wasteland. Not bad for a large chain.
To be honest, better than expected.
 
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Shawarma and a salad.
 
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Polish sausage with grilled onions and nachos at the United Center. Smile
 
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A dried out turkey sandwich in the US Airways lounge at PHL. Bang
 
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We waited in line for an hour to dine at Mrs. Wilke's in Savannah... It did not disappoint!

Fried chicken, collards, Mac n cheese, pulled pork, sweet corn, yams, biscuits, gravy, squash casserole, cornbread, banana pudding, and blueberry compote.

And now, we drive!
 
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Dover Sole Meuniere with capers and prawns.

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Panang
 
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Panang

Yum!
 
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Just reserved a table for an alfresco lunch today to enjoy our sunny 70 degree Sunday.

I'm thinking Carne Asada, but may change my mind based on what their fresh fish is for today. Either way, a few ritas will be enjoyed. Cool
 
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We'll be heading to Soho Beach House today in Miami Beach for a nice little beachfront brunch Cool
 
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We'll be heading to Soho Beach House today in Miami Beach for a nice little beachfront brunch Cool


I tried to get tickets to the Boyd Tinsley concert/movie there last thursday. They could not have been more unhelpful. Their web site doesnt list the shows so I called and they said you have to buy on the website. Thanks for nothing jerks.
 
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Just reserved a table for an alfresco lunch today to enjoy our sunny 70 degree Sunday.

I'm thinking Carne Asada, but may change my mind based on what their fresh fish is for today. Either way, a few ritas will be enjoyed. Cool


I ended up ordering the grilled shrimp platter with fruit based salsa, and more than one 'Rita.
 
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Nearly 55F today in the DC area. Decided to grill skirt steaks (olive oil, parsley, garlic and lime juice brushed marinade), ripe plantains, salvadorean chorizo, and melted mexican cheese topped bellpeppers.


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