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    Fried Ribs, Boiled Potatoes, Rice and field peas... and some cornbread too... and sweet tea...

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    ^ Fried ribs? never heard of those, can't imagine ribs need to be any less healthy, but in the South, everything gets fried, I suppose.
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    A nice pulled pork sandwich, some slaw and a green river or cheerwine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wickedlysane View Post
    ^ Fried ribs? never heard of those, can't imagine ribs need to be any less healthy, but in the South, everything gets fried, I suppose.
    Its really unhealthy... they are fried in bacon grease... surprisingly no one in my family has any major heart problems and the biggest person in my family is about 250 pounds..
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    Quote Originally Posted by crgray View Post
    Its really unhealthy... they are fried in bacon grease... surprisingly no one in my family has any major heart problems and the biggest person in my family is about 250 pounds..
    wow. I really don't have any other words.

    I did make crock pot boiled peanuts based on your thread about your dad's party - thanks for the inspiration. I will not be frying ribs though!
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    I'd love to say surf and turf of some sort - maybe a nice tenderloin and tail but in reality it would be chicken adobo, lechon, kare kare with white rice and for dessert, apple pie a la mode. Mostly home cooked Filipino favorites.
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    For starters, a plate of sushi followed by a Porterhouse steak cooked medium well, potato wedge fries (seasoned with garlic and parm cheese..lil salt & pepper), coleslaw, baked beans, and a big slice of NY style cheesecake!
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    Rib Eye Steak (Medium-Well), Lobster, and Cognac

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    This thread makes me hungry!

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