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    Biscuits and gravy, fried chicken, schnitzel, that Vietnamese pork looks good too. Nothing better after a night of partying then Vietnamese food.
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    Beef or Lamb stew with polenta.
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    Also, pho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Nguyen View Post
    Also, pho.
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    Usually I agree with meat loaf, veggie, and mashed potato, however lately I have been making boiled cabbage and potato in chicken broth. After the cabbage and potato is cook through, I drain it, add a little butter and take a wooden scraper and break down the cabbage and potato. Very simple, healthy, and becoming a comfort food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Don Nguyen View Post
    Also, pho.
    I eat ph at least once a month and I love bun bo hue, yum pig trotters and lemongrass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bear1889 View Post
    Usually I agree with meat loaf, veggie, and mashed potato, however lately I have been making boiled cabbage and potato in chicken broth. After the cabbage and potato is cook through, I drain it, add a little butter and take a wooden scraper and break down the cabbage and potato. Very simple, healthy, and becoming a comfort food.
    Sounds like you've reinvented colcannon.
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    Also embeurree.

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    Chocolate.

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    Chocolate. And pizza. I can never decide.

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