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    Tonkatsu. Tamago Gohan with Ajitsuke Nori. Tonkotsu Shoyu Ramen. Xiao Long Bao.
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    Taiwanese BRAISED pork feet

    Din Tai Fung Dumpling House "crab meat Xiaolongbao"

    oyster sauce abalone
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    Well, I said mashed potatoes, with biscuits and country gravy, but if we get more than one (favorite), must add Great Northern beans and hamhocks, and Plain ol' beef stew, both with cornbread.

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    tomato soup, with a grilled cheese sandwich for dipping.

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    Either a big bowl of ramen or tonkatsu.

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    This is one probably only DC folk will know about but a half smoke with chili and cheese is great comfort food.
    All normal people love meat. If I went to a barbeque and there was no meat, I would say 'Yo Goober! Where's the meat?'.- Homer Simpson

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    Homemade potato and cheddar cheese perogies, boiled and served with butter, onions, bacon bits, sour cream and fresh dill

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    Top one would be Schnitzel with Jaeger Sauce and a runny egg and a nice big bacony dumpling

    Close to that would be Mi Trung or pho or bbq shrimp n grits
    Breakfast is Biscuits n Gravy with two runny eggs and sausage

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    Or anything Son's mom cooks.

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