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Saag Paneer, Onion Kulcha, Chicken Vindaloo and Aloo Matar Paneer with sticky rice and beer.

That sound good did you make it?

 

 

There's a place down the street that's pretty damn good. Usually just a tad too spicy. :)

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Brioshe French Toast with sausage, baked beans, stewed tomatoes, and three eggs over easy. Bloody Mary and ice water.

Good thing you are not hungry.

 

 

I usually eat once a day. Sometimes I need calories right away in the morning, depending on how much I drank the night before.

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Brioshe French Toast with sausage, baked beans, stewed tomatoes, and three eggs over easy. Bloody Mary and ice water.

Good thing you are not hungry.

 

 

I usually eat once a day. Sometimes I need calories right away in the morning, depending on how much I drank the night before.

 

 

Sadly, this makes perfect sense :D

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I really want a Philly Cheese Steak sandwich, but every place in Seattle has their own special way of screwing it up.

 

I have a good idea. I'm going to make my own cheese steak sandwiches! I have a new sandwich press even.

 

Should I get decent meat and stuff, and screw it up like all the places in Seattle, or should I get that gross cheese and the nasty meat cuts and the day old hoagie rolls and stuff?

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I really want a Philly Cheese Steak sandwich, but every place in Seattle has their own special way of screwing it up.

 

I have a good idea. I'm going to make my own cheese steak sandwiches! I have a new sandwich press even.

 

Should I get decent meat and stuff, and screw it up like all the places in Seattle, or should I get that gross cheese and the nasty meat cuts and the day old hoagie rolls and stuff?

 

It depends on how much you've drank before hand.

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I really want a Philly Cheese Steak sandwich, but every place in Seattle has their own special way of screwing it up.

 

I have a good idea. I'm going to make my own cheese steak sandwiches! I have a new sandwich press even.

 

Should I get decent meat and stuff, and screw it up like all the places in Seattle, or should I get that gross cheese and the nasty meat cuts and the day old hoagie rolls and stuff?

 

It depends on how much you've drank before hand.

 

 

Good point. I'll go more 'authentic'.

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