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Three foods that never get old

Posted by annie on Feb 2nd, 2007

Here are three things that I could eat forever and ever without getting sickened or bored:

1. my mom’s soup

I’ve told people it’s called The Best Soup in the World, and even though they snickered after hearing the name, every one of them would have eaten their words if they weren’t too busy chowing down the soup. The soup is like a Chinese style minestrone that’s based on a pork broth. But that’s all I’ll say, it’s way to good to give away the recipe.

2. tuna

In a salad. In a sandwich. In a casserole. I’ve even had it on Ritz crackers before.

3. green beans

The wok-fried kind are the best. With a lot of garlic (and I must admit, a lot of oil), I could eat plates and plates of this stuff.

Well, now that I’ve written this, I’m terribly sad because none of these items are currently in my kitchen.

What are three foods that never let you down?

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Tuna ruins salads, sandwiches and casseroles for me.

  1. Szechuan beef from The Chinese Restaurant (the one I’ve been going to for over half my life)
  2. Chicken parmigiana
  3. Potatoes. You have to really really try to screw up potatoes.
  1. English peas
  2. sweet potatoes
  3. chicken ( pretty much any kind, fried, lemon, baked, ect.)

can you tell im from the south?

i really love your blog. I am thinking about going to cooking school when i graduate high school, soo i really do love looking at your blog. Please keep it up!

sarah: Very glad to hear that you like the site — It’s the most slept on food blog of 2007. Good luck with learning the secret art of creating pure flavor!

I agree with Chris about the tuan (THEY ALSO RUIN BLOG COMMENTS, APPARENTLY)

1. Toast
2. Cheese
3. croissants

By the way, I’d like to indulge in a rant if I may. What say you (meaning any of you) to the concept of supermarkets labeling croissants as “French Croissants”. I mean, isn’t the term croissant pretty self-explanatory? It’s a freaking french word.

Bye.

4. I wish I would learn to proofread my posts so I don’t leave Malaysian typos

“Tuan Pronunciation (twän)
n.
Used in Malay as a form of respectful address for a man, equivalent to sir or mister.”

“Tuna, sometimes called tuna fish, are several species of ocean-dwelling fish in the family Scombridae, mostly in the genus Thunnus.”


What say you (meaning any of you) to the concept of supermarkets labeling croissants as “French Croissants”. I mean, isn’t the term croissant pretty self-explanatory? It’s a freaking french word.

Supermarkets try so hard to make ordinary things sound slightly classier than they really are.

1. Potatoes- any kind
2. Any pasta with alfredo or rose sauce
3. Fruit Loops :)

Darn, you got me fiending for fruit loops now… Haven’t had them for years. Same with Gushers. I need to get back on my 3rd grader diet. =D

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