Most Satisfying Meal

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  1. slowfox

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    For pure gluttony, I gotta say cheeseburger, fries, chocolate shake. It meets our three favorite food cravings - fatty, salty, sweet.

    How 'bout you?
     
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  2. Say Chi Sin Lo

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    After a 4 hour slugfest, carne asada fries.
     
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    Chick slick (chicken pastry), green beans, sweet potato casserole, and rolls.

    Also, a pitcher of fresh-brewed sweet tea.
     
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  4. acura9927

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    SW China food, spicy beef and tomatoes.
     
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    Twice now, I've had a meal from Cracker Barrel and after 1.5 hours went to play and played great. The meal was Roast Beef w/mash potatoes and gravy, corn and carrots. Carbs and protein with some fat... maybe a bit more fat that I'd want, but it's good and I don't go hypoglycemic during the match and play like crap. lol
     
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    pork cheek, ossobucco style, with polenta or mashed potatoes.
     
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  7. The Meat

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    Roast beef, mash potatoes, roasted corn on the cob with butter, boiled carrots and broccoli with a white sauce, and a nice bun. So satisfying that I might run over to publix to buy some groceries to make some lunch before tennis.
     
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  8. albino smurf

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    mashed potatoes seem to be a common thread
     
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  9. pvaudio

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    Add bacon, and then we're talking.
     
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    TACO BELL!!! The heaven lasts for about 30 mins before I at home crying on the toilet.
     
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    ^^ Taco Bell made the news last year when they had to redefine what they meant by "meat," just as Subway recently clarified that a "footlong" does not refer to length.
     
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    Option1:
    Sea food platter, parsley/basil/garlic/olive oil/balsammic pesto, rice, baked potato, garlic bread or pita, Greek sallad, Chardonnay, Tiramisu, Espresso or Cappuccino.

    Option2:
    BBQ palatter served on bed of chopped onions, fries or baked potato, Greek sallad or roast Hungarian long peppers in garlic and oil, pita, Cabernet/Merlot, a rich chocollate cake, Espresso.

    Lots of iced watter with both, please.
     
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    Shrimp, ham & andouille jambalaya with a side of fried okra.
     
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    Home made slow cooker bbq pulled pork sandwiches on fresh baked sub buns with a big mess of coleslaw on the side and several frosty pints to wash it all down.
     
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    I just made this last night (although I used Andouille sausages, shrimp & chicken)! Delicious and filling.
     
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    Change that slow cooker to 5 or 6 hours in a smoker and then go ahead and put the slaw right on top of the pork instead of on the side. That's good eatin'.
     
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  17. r2473

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    My wife recently demanded the same clarification........
     
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    Anything Indian
     
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    Let's have some steak and mashed potatoes
    OR
    Pasta. Not incredibly picky.
     
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    Tough choice! Chicken Naga curry from the Indian takeaway, or a fruit bowl sized portion of oatmeal with fresh raspberries.
     
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  22. cluckcluck

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    I gotta say a bbq'd TriTip with some potatoes is a solid choice after a tough night of tennis.
    After a bad loss, I gotta say, In & Out 3x3 with slightly undercooked fries and a large diet coke is the way to go.
     
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  23. slowfox

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    I'm waiting for someone to say Grape Nuts or Cheerios.
     
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    Nachos/Pizza

    Mozzerella Sticks

    Chocolate Milk

    Neopalitian Ice Cream!

    Or just shrimp fried rice and chocolate milk. :)
     
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    When I was in Boston awhile back? The nice whole lobster, with that melted butter, baked potato, bread, etc.
    Earlier, that lobster roll sandwich for lunch was pretty good, too.
     
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  26. Feña14

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    My sister spent the summer in Maine, that's pretty much what she lived off it seems! :)
     
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  27. sureshs

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    From you I hope
     
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  28. sureshs

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    Do you mean from an Indian restaurant?
     
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    Meatloaf with progies is the best.
     
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  30. tusharlovesrafa

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    lentil soup(dal),chapati..potatao,pickle,chicken curry,kababs!!i hate rice tbh!
     
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    Home made idles with coconut chutney and saambaar.

    Eaten with fingers, not cutlery. Eaten with legs crossed -- somehow food tastes better that way (at least Indian).
     
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  32. sureshs

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    It is usually spelt idlis.

    Chutney should be fresh otherwise it will smell. And the sambaar should preferably have the small round whole onions.
     
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  33. sureshs

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    Going for the Lakhnavi Mughlai cuisine? I heard Lucknow kababs are the best?
     
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    fish and chips with a nice cold pint
     
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    that's my staple food.I don't like rice that much or the things made from it like idli,dosa,uttapum.In last 2 months i have only eaten rice 4 times i think.On the flip side my sister loves rice,she eats it nearly daily.My family is a big foodie.Have you ever eaten lamb's brain?? We make a sand which of it and then eat,kinda weird but still..

    Yes,kababs here are very delicious.Tundae kababi is very famous.Mine favorite is Mutton Seekh-kababs,i can die for it.I remember eating it by making chapati rolls of it.

    My mum makes great shaami kababs.We have a special chicken samosa(filling of chicken mince) made during the holi.I don't eat non-veg from the market,I like the home made one.
     
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  36. sureshs

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    Yeah I am not a big fan of idli/dosa/uttapam etc. At least idli and uttapam are healthy, dosa is more oily.

    There are many exotic varieties of kababs like hariyali kabab, malai kabab, reshmi kabab, achari kabab, etc.
     
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  37. ClairHarmony

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    I like to hide carne asada in my bag of Dorritos, and not tell anyone...:confused:, "I d:-?n't have any carne asada in my bag of Dorritos...."

    When I go into KFC, I step out w. my tongue hanging out..."U ain't got no Popeye's red beans & rice...," just to taunt them. Feels so good, so flagrant.

    When I go to the Red Lobster, I ask for a waitress with great tail, so I can say you look just like Ariel.

    When I smell shish-kebobs at a lua, I'm not picky; I scream give 'em up, & ingest. Then, I smile a l:)t, bcs. it feels gooood.

    When I go hang out with Buddhist monks or orphans, all I wanna do is ask for vindaloo w. fresh rack of lambs, but they keep on serving me courage for lack of a voracious, outrageously, incensed "Bob's Big Boy, kinda feel like right now...," as I hesitate to type.

    College caffeteria food is truly the most satisfying first, second, and last series of heaping helping meals I ever did have. Cereal...? All kinds. Mostly all beef hot dogs, whenever I want? Ice cream with dimples? Make your own sandwich with one or more varieties of sliced cold and heavenly whenever I please? An abundance of mayonaisse and condiments. A main dish that was prepared with ingredients and stuff...I mean, everyone else complained, but I just nodded off tenderly. They even had scrambled stuff with meat and potatoes in the morning...it was pretty much all a man could ever hope for. Options, but not too many, when the experience is shared.
     
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    The one you get after you're starving and cold.
     
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  39. sureshs

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    LeeD you were not starving - you were hungry. There are people out there who are genuinely starving.
     
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  40. r2473

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    I've been genuinely cold before.
     
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    Yeah, those onions are delish! (Sorry for the typo).

    TLR, i too am not a rice guy, having lived in the North, but nothing satisfies me more than idlis and coconut chutney/sambar.
     
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  42. tusharlovesrafa

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    did you see my video posted on yotube? that is me. I look like an amateur in that video,but it was still worth trying
     
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    pickled mangoes, rice and alittle ghee.
    or
    a charcoal grilled ribeye over rice with alittle top quality soy sauce.
    or
    dry salted fish over rice and some veggies

    Gotta admit, I am a riceboy.

    simple yet so tasty.
     
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    Chicago hot dog and fries.
     
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    ^^ I never understood the celery salt as being a crucial part of a proper Chicago dog. Between the hot dog itself and the pickle, is there not enough salt in the thing already??
     
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    The one you barely have time to eat while stressing in a hot restaurant kitchen and then have to abandon when a new order comes in, and then when you go back to eat it it's stone cold, but you feel worthy of it.

    Also, a thick steak, cooked rare, with a nice salad, fries, and bearnaise sauce. Or if you want to be posh, beef Wellington. Also a lover of toast Skagen (kinda local actually, Skagen is basically only it's name)
     
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    Tomato with olive oil and garlic
    Sardines (the small ones) with gros sel (salt) on the bbq
    A calamar a la plancha with onion, potatoes and green pepper
    Profiterolles with vanilla ice cream and chocolate
    A bottle of san pellegrino
     
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  48. Mike Bulgakov

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    This is very good!
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    When traveling in a crowded couchette between Stockholm and Copenhagen, I enjoy opening a can of surströmming for a satisfying late night snack.
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    Arroz con Conejo Rabbit Rice (Spanish)
     
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