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Okay so I jinxed myself. A new King Soopers super store opened near my house and in Brighton CO this is a big deal. I ate my usual rice plate for dinner and we went in just to see what it was like. I left with a colossal cupcake, seriously it was labeled colossal cupcake with about an inch of flowery frosting, about the size of a large grapefruit. Like a dumbass I ate the entire thing and woke up with a serious sugar hangover.

Yeah I'll probably fire up the grill soon. I make a wicked burger with pork belly bits and minced onion topped with pineapple, x-sharp cheddar and Korean BBQ sauce. Friday I meet some folks at the course and someone brings dinner to eat out there, we rotate each week. So will see what happens later.

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Have been making myself lots of apple pie filling, sans the crust. Love them apples!

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When in the south, one has...

BBQ tacos?

There are two BBQ taco food trucks that operate near me. I've been eating Korillabbq tacos for awhile now - that's BBQ tacos with a Korean twist - kimchi.

And also Mexicue.

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What can I say. I am a junk food junkie in very extreme moderation. Of course this pisses my doctor off immensely. He says a lot more proteins, and a lot less carbs. I figure we are even since he does not listen to my golf tips, and I tend to sometimes stray away from his medical instruction. Some days a guy just has to have that "incredible chili cheese dog" or that "ultimate cheese burger".  Throw in a little Taco Bell for a laxative, and those extra proteins have a better place to do their job.

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There are two BBQ taco food trucks that operate near me. I've been eating Korillabbq tacos for awhile now - that's BBQ tacos with a Korean twist - kimchi.

And also Mexicue.

Dang those look awesome!

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I posted broccoli... Next to fried cheese. :-)

You get a free pass for the dim sum :-D Ended up sauteing the okra in some grapeseed oil. Salt and pepper to season, plus a little fish sauce to finish. Big pod was too fibrous, but I knew that was going to happen. Pretty good otherwise. I wonder what other subtropical plants I can get to grow here?

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