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Dim sum, baby

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Where's the baby?

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Grrrr. I edited the comma in. Actually, lots of babies are at dim sum because it's a popular weekend lunch thing.

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Dim Sum is awesome! And I can bring my kids because the place is so loud, nobody cares! And my son likes to look at the fish tank. Total win all around.

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Abusing moderator privs already!!! :-)[quote name="nevets88" url="/t/74957/food-thread/54#post_1025842"] Grrrr. I edited the comma in.[/quote]

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Tri-tip, black beans, zucchini chips and sauteed mushrooms

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Are those zucchini chips breaded/crispy?

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That monster bacon burger may be the most glorious thing I've ever seen.  Bah!  Now I'm hungry.  Off to the store to buy half a pig's worth of back and a loaf of bread to try and recreate that masterpiece.  It shall be done!

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That monster bacon burger may be the most glorious thing I've ever seen.  Bah!  Now I'm hungry.  Off to the store to buy half a pig's worth of back and a loaf of bread to try and recreate that masterpiece.  It shall be done!

Haha. It was definitely enormous.

Here is the place where we ate that while on vacation. Tony's I-75 in Birch Run, MI.

Skip to 0:44 for the BLT and again at like 2:00.



EDIT: This place goes through 10,000 POUNDS of bacon in a WEEK! God, I feel sick reliving the memory now lol.
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Are those zucchini chips breaded/crispy?

They normally have some bread crumbs on them but my wife wanted to make them without, still pretty good. For two zucchinis, it was 2 tbsp of butter and 3 tbsp of parmesan cheese.

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They normally have some bread crumbs on them but my wife wanted to make them without, still pretty good. For two zucchinis, it was 2 tbsp of butter and 3 tbsp of parmesan cheese.

Ah thanks. I usually put the cheese on afterwards. Will try cooking them in. Nom nom nom...

http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/ellie-krieger/zucchini-parmesan-crisps-recipe.html

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Lots of good healthy ideas in this thread. I've given up cooking for the summer, sorry grill. I'm into my second week of just eating Vietnamese takeout. Small pho for lunch at 11AM and we split a combo rice plate or combo bun for dinner, sometimes I eat a couple of spring rolls. I like it and it's cheap. The only day I eat b-fast is Sun and I order a small pho no noodles, extra jalapeno with just tripe and tendon Sat night and save it.

Dave :-)

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Lots of good healthy ideas in this thread. I've given up cooking for the summer, sorry grill. I'm into my second week of just eating Vietnamese takeout. Small pho for lunch at 11AM and we split a combo rice plate or combo bun for dinner, sometimes I eat a couple of spring rolls. I like it and it's cheap. The only day I eat b-fast is Sun and I order a small pho no noodles, extra jalapeno with just tripe and tendon Sat night and save it.

Easy, Dave! Sodium overload, bro!

Fire up that grill and throw some boneless/skinless chicken breast on it with some portobello caps stuffed with cheese, tomatoes and spinach. Get some nice sweet corn and shuck it half way to remove the silk, let it soak for 30 minutes and then throw those bad boys on the grill too.

Come on, doesn't that sound good? I bet you hear your grill calling your name again... "Daaaavveeee...." :beer:

FWIW, I just made myself incredibly hungry so this will likely be dinner for me now. Along with whatever 9% or higher IPA that catches my eye at the store.

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Pleased to see this as diet is so important.just looked at the fittnes forum great exercises however it's not sustainable without proper diet. I am a 62 to 7 handicap flexibility is more important than gym work. Diet is even more important as we get older.
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