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Whats your favorite meal?

Old 11-02-09, 05:44 PM
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Whats your favorite meal?

Post-ride/pre-ride/anytime...

I cant get enough pasta/red sauce/bread...a close 2nd is tacos!

And dessert? Oreos ftw.

What's yours?

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Old 11-02-09, 05:56 PM
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Cheeseburgers
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how about yesterday's late lunch:

chicken souvlaki with plenty of satziki, diced tomatoes, onions and parsley.
spanakopita
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Old 11-02-09, 06:03 PM
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Al dente pasta with super-garlicky marinara. (Usually a whole head (head, not bulb) of garlic in a single serving.) I add some to the sauce early on, but save two or three cloves for just-before I turn off the flame and melt the fresh-grated parmesan into it. And of course basil and oregano leaves freshly-ripped from the plants on my windowsill, and the overpriced Italian anchovy filets.
Friday nights are the only times I get to enjoy it, thanks to my whiny coworkers.


Also salads. I'm pretty proud of my salads. I either go with Bragg's apple-cider vinegar or make my own (but it's hard not to go overboard on the garlic.)
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Old 11-02-09, 06:06 PM
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Well I usually eat during the ride or after the ride.
I go for anything full of carbohydrates like grain.
I usually finish a workout with a glass of milk or something with protein.
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Old 11-02-09, 06:11 PM
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Chicken Pot Pie or
Sun Dried Tomato, Goat Cheese, and Fresh Basil Wheat Crust Pizza with my Special Pizza Sauce...all made from scratch.

Or brisket from my smoker, or Ribs, or Turkey or Pork Shoulder. Really anything I smoke on the WSM.
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Old 11-02-09, 06:13 PM
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Grits, home made biscuits, bacon, scrambled egg - Missing it ever since I started dieting
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Tacos.
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I love food.

Pizza, pasta, burritos, tacos, CHEESECAKE
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I discovered the answer tonight. During a longish ride with mah two buddies on Fixies, we stopped and I had a turkey/ham/cheese sammywich from 7-11. Then a muffin at the end. That was fantastic. I don't know how they could possibly cram 330 calories into that sandwich, though.
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You need about 3 for a meal.
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T-bone from a locally-raised, grass-fed steer.
Green salad with tomatoes and cucumbers from my garden.
Corn on the cob from my garden.
Rocky road from Gunther's.
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Originally Posted by mihlbach View Post


You need about 3 for a meal.
Oh dear
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Eggs, bacon, spam and rice.

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Post ride, Scrambled cheese eggs (4) with onion and bacon some salt and pepper to taste.
I scramble the eggs really soft then toss with pasta usually Penne. If my Basil is doing well
a quick chop of that on top.
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Believe it or not, the best food I've ever had a couple hours before my ride is....

LASAGNA!!!!

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Fatty meat and bread. Burgers, pizza... night before.

Energy bars right before.

100g protein drink right after water, right after I'm done.
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-- Armands Piesta
-- Five Guys cheeseburgers
-- Rio Grande chicken fajitas
-- my wife's tacos
-- sushi
-- butter brickle ice cream (local)
-- pinwheels
-- Mallomars
-- 5th avenue candy bars
-- etc.
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Dinner at calosos apparently
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Eggs, bacon, spam and rice.

Yeah baby!
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Dinner at calosos apparently
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Old 11-02-09, 09:19 PM
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How can ones favourite meal include SPAM?
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Nothing like a steaming bowl of Pho with a bunch of Sriracha sauce added......mmm


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