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O.T. What are you eating? (AKA the burrito thread)

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Old 05-16-16, 10:22 AM
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This thread is about burritos, and if you do not respect the OP and discuss burritos, instead of this crud called twinkies, I will report you to the mods and they will have to clean up this thread and get rid of these garbage posts. You have been warned!

That was fun.
Twinkies are sugar burritos. It's just that simple.
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There's a disappointing shortage of burritos in this thread. Here's the egg/bacon/pepper/jalapeno/pepperjack burrito I had this morning:

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Roasted butternut squash stuffed with soyrizo, collard greens and topped with parmesan.
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Old 05-16-16, 11:14 AM
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Originally Posted by franswa View Post
Roasted butternut squash stuffed with soyrizo, collard greens and topped with parmesan.
Oh man, now you are talking.

I do an acorn squash, cut in half, 450 for a half hour cut size down, turn over and brush with butter, nutmeg and brown sugar and cook for another half hour. It's like candy and can even be served for desert with some butter pecan ice cream. Stuff the center is good too.

My kids tease me that I'd eat a car tire if it was topped with Parmesan.
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You guys had me make tacos on a Monday.
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Old 05-16-16, 07:34 PM
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You guys had me make tacos on a Monday.

Pics or it never happened....
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Prior to WWII Hostess made their Twinkies with Banana cream filling. During the war bananas were rationed so the company was forced to use a cheap white cream (not even vanilla) instead. It stuck and stayed that way for 60 years. Around 2004 I was walking through the grocery store and Hostess had a BIG Retro type anniversary commemorative limited edition banana Twinkie display. $1.00 for a box of ten. I bought some and stuck them in the freezer. Because the cake is so spongy and low quality and the filling is 90% fluffed air, they never got hard in the freezer. They were more firm and WAY better than room temp.


There's a dispensary in town that makes cannabis banana creme twinkies and let me just say...oh man!!!
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There's a dispensary in town that makes cannabis banana creme twinkies and let me just say...oh man!!!
What do they do? Start with a real Twinkie and stuff it?
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What do they do? Start with a real Twinkie and stuff it?
I have no idea. I was actually wondering that too. They do their own line of edibles and have everything from drinks to cookies, to chocolate bars, to twinkies. They offer normal flavor and banana creme, and then either vanilla or chocolate cake. I'd imagine they have their own twinkie making machine.
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One dish, stick it in the oven, come back in a half hour, done.

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I thought the SSFG crew might enjoy this one...


I can't verify rice content though.



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southwest salad

spinach
kale
black beans
corn
tomato
evoo
nooch
S&P

i brought an avocado to add but the goddamn thing went bad despite the fact that only yesterday it started feeling ripe

bonus: toasted olive bread
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I had Bananas Foster doughnuts which were so good. I have made BF many times and the doughnut form didn't let me down. Oh and vegan of course in case you were wondering made by a 2x winner of Cupcake Wars and also a cyclist (well ok it was made by one of her staff members but still)
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Been eating at this place called "Baja Taco" in Cordova, Alaska the past week while I work up here. Their burritos are second to none.
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...Alaska...Their burritos are second to none.
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Twin scroll turbo. This isn't a car thread.

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Twin scroll turbo. This isn't a car thread.

The avocado picture made me hungry. Instantly. Avocados are like cow bells....never enough.
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Here in the south they just cut them in half, fill the cavity with balsamic and eat it with a spoon.

No rice. Not because I'm opposed. Trying to cut calories.

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Someone brought in donuts to work today and I rode my bike, so I grabbed the biggest one and ate without shame.
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I just ate a sandwich with seitan, beet sauerkraut, green chiles and veganaise.
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I just ate a sandwich with seitan, beet sauerkraut, green chiles and veganaise.
Yes...very yes!!!!!!!!!!!! +1 would eat!

I had some leftover Corn Puddin wrapped in a large burrito sized tortilla. If today wasn't such a wipe out I wish I could have made something more elaborate and not just leftovers in tortilla.
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I thought the SSFG crew might enjoy this one...


I can't verify rice content though.



Butt rocket fuel, literally.
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I thought the same thing until I ate there lmao.
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I thought the same thing until I ate there lmao.
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