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Old 02-01-07, 11:35 AM   #1
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Nachos

I like nachos! And I like frozen yogurt! And I can spell my name good, it's F r ed F r e d B e r g e r... FredFred Burger!! Yes!
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Old 02-01-07, 11:39 AM   #2
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in before thread deletion!
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I like Chips and Salsa... the really hot kind
with beer
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Pass the guac!
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SIIIIIIIGGGHHHH, no, no no, you are all missing it. We will give it a few more moments.........
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Old 02-01-07, 12:04 PM   #7
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Here are a few hints, a girl with no nose, bony man with accents and weird green creatures from the underworld.
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Here are a few hints, a girl with no nose, bony man with accents and weird green creatures from the underworld.
oh i know fred. i just don't care...
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See, that's just not right....
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ok, that was harsh. honestly i don't really care about thread relevance (glad i'm not a mod).

i bet there's some fredburger fans in foo
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Old 02-01-07, 12:58 PM   #11
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In quebec they call them hamborgouises. Silly quebecois!
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interweb abreviation IBTL = in before the lock
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Oh man, Taco Ninja rules.

That one taco they have, which is essentially Taco Bell's "double decker," is the bomb.
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i already had mexican at xalisco today but i may have to go there.
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you are all fools

El Ranchero Tortilla chips (Pilsen!) and Salsa Verde. Add 4 Ten Pin Porters from SKA Brewery.

I do not lock threads about awesome food...
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[165], that's why we love you.
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I do not lock threads about awesome food...
it's true, but he does if they're about jeans with holes in the *ss...

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Here's a tip for y'all.

Soak a ****load of black beans overnight in the biggest pot you have. Cook em' up (change your water a few times). Drain em'. Pack em' in whatever plastic containers you have around and throw the ones you're not going to use right away in the freezer. They keep forever. As long as you're not too broke to pay the electric bill you will have something to eat.

Thaw as needed and cook up with onions, garlic, chili powder, chipotle, cumin, hot sauce, beer, brown sugar, and whatever else ya like. The frozen garlic cubes they sell at Trader Joe's are especially awesome for this application.

Eat delicious mexican food for practically nothing.

Spend the time and money you save on bikes.
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El Ranchero Tortilla chips (Pilsen!) and Salsa Verde. Add 4 Ten Pin Porters from SKA Brewery.

I do not lock threads about awesome food...
I miss livin' one door away from a tortilla factory on 18th street.
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I miss livin' one door away from a tortilla factory on 18th street.
we miss you (even though I never met ya, Chicago misses her kids!)
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Bah, philistines.
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i want doughnuts.
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I do not lock threads about awesome food...
haha, that it is. despite the op's best efforts...
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Oh, no. I am fully aware of the propensity of this forum to meander mindlessly off topic. Say someone mentions grip tape, all to soon it will degenerate into a gabfest about tight jeans. Which is really odd. Not the meandering, the tight jeans. But it is all okay. I saw the show the other day(my son got me hooked) and remembered just how much I liked FredFred Burger. I thought someone would appreciate the little weirdo and mentioned him on the mountain forum. Nothing. So, I popped over here and got only slightly better results.
My FredFred Burger rampage has ended peacefully and I return you to your talk of tight jeans.
The gentleman who suggested making your own Mexican food is correct, the rest of you need some work. Unless you can't cook then your off the hook. Have a great day and try not to take any offense to this, I'm only being silly.
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