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Beacon Hill Chocolates - Are unique Xipe Totec Jan 2016 #1
What is it with the sea salt? smirkymonkey Jan 2016 #2
You have no idea.... Xipe Totec Jan 2016 #3
Bacon vodka TexasBushwhacker Jan 2016 #14
All things bacon. kwassa Jan 2016 #4
Agree. Arugula Latte Jan 2016 #8
Yes! I am kinda over my daily green smoothies tho mucifer Jan 2016 #23
Anything with KALE! Texasgal Jan 2016 #5
Kale, quinoa, avocado oil... Initech Jan 2016 #31
Quinoa is OK, but kale is gross. Odin2005 Jan 2016 #66
Kale is good for you though. darkangel218 Jan 2016 #101
so are vacations Kali Jan 2016 #111
Actually, baby kale is pretty good in salads, but I agree it's' over used. smirkymonkey Jan 2016 #36
I agree with most of these cemaphonic Jan 2016 #6
still happening here... Phentex Jan 2016 #18
Ugh! I hate communal dining! smirkymonkey Jan 2016 #21
Newly declared 'miracle foods', superseding past lists of miracle foods petronius Jan 2016 #7
Açaí berries are actually pretty tasty. Odin2005 Jan 2016 #67
Agree with no more sweet potatoes. Bleah. Arugula Latte Jan 2016 #9
Bacon bigwillq Jan 2016 #10
Because "BACON!!!11!" sounds good when you yell it. JustABozoOnThisBus Jan 2016 #89
I was never on the bacon bandwagon... Wounded Bear Jan 2016 #11
I honestly don't have many flavors I dislike Xipe Totec Jan 2016 #12
Not a fan of mixing things laundry_queen Jan 2016 #13
We got a big bag of gluten free potato chips TexasBushwhacker Jan 2016 #15
HAHA. Yep. nt laundry_queen Jan 2016 #17
Gluten Free ProfessorGAC Jan 2016 #25
Soup is good food. gvstn Jan 2016 #49
I love soup too laundry_queen Jan 2016 #51
Thyme goes a long way in seasoning tomato based soups. gvstn Jan 2016 #52
Molecular Gastronomy MowCowWhoHow III Jan 2016 #16
seconded! Phentex Jan 2016 #19
Yes! What a ripoff! smirkymonkey Jan 2016 #22
My god, they didn't even clean the dried egg off the breakfast plates before they reused them! n/t A Simple Game Jan 2016 #113
Hipster BBQ joints... Phentex Jan 2016 #20
My head exploded in Colorado Springs...HUGE hipster population there. Miles Archer Jan 2016 #55
Hipsters are the worst thing to come out of my (Millennial) generation. Odin2005 Jan 2016 #70
Scratch a hipster, find a trust fund. . . DinahMoeHum Jan 2016 #92
I'm surprised. Last time I was in C.S. it seemed to be all Arugula Latte Jan 2016 #105
definitely handmade34 Jan 2016 #24
In NYC on one Saturday in June LiberalElite Jan 2016 #42
oh memories... handmade34 Jan 2016 #44
Thanks for this - George was my favorite nt LiberalElite Jan 2016 #45
Kale and blueberry "superfood" KentuckyWoman Jan 2016 #26
Red velvet cake noamnety Jan 2016 #27
Pomegranates LiberalEsto Jan 2016 #28
However, I've loved pomegranates since I was a kid. kentauros Jan 2016 #38
Pomegranate seeds mixed into either... 3catwoman3 Jan 2016 #120
Good idea! kentauros Jan 2016 #121
Dishes that are just chefs showing off. Wolf Frankula Jan 2016 #29
I hate food trucks. smirkymonkey Jan 2016 #86
Whiskey Major Nikon Jan 2016 #30
That's not trendy, just traditional! smirkymonkey Jan 2016 #83
It's actually became quite trendy, which is why the cost has gone up considerably Major Nikon Jan 2016 #88
Depends what sort of whiskey T_i_B Jan 2016 #95
Anything that bears a seal of approval from Guy Fieri. Initech Jan 2016 #32
I can't stand the guy, not intended to be a play but if it works... I am waiting A Simple Game Jan 2016 #114
Kale. TexasMommaWithAHat Jan 2016 #33
A restaurant I used to go to fairly often recently changed their menu The Velveteen Ocelot Jan 2016 #34
I think they should replace kale with Swiss Chard. It's much better and let's face it, smirkymonkey Jan 2016 #37
And were it "cale," they'd re-name it "kale"! WinkyDink Jan 2016 #103
From the very beginning, I didn't get the addition of sea salt in chocolate. kentauros Jan 2016 #35
I agree - I think it's the largeness of the grains of salt that turns me off so much. smirkymonkey Jan 2016 #39
That makes me think of the truffle flavorings in a book: A Passion for Chocolate kentauros Jan 2016 #40
Yum! Tea flavored chocolate sounds wonderful! smirkymonkey Jan 2016 #57
As I recall, kentauros Jan 2016 #62
C I L A N T R O !!! trof Jan 2016 #41
You must not eat a lot of Tex Mex TexasMommaWithAHat Jan 2016 #43
Cilantro was a latecomer to Tex Mex. trof Jan 2016 #46
But it's a staple, now. TexasMommaWithAHat Jan 2016 #47
Ugh. Cilantro I DESPISE it - LiberalElite Jan 2016 #53
I think I have that soapy cilantro mutation nadine_mn Jan 2016 #98
YES noamnety Jan 2016 #56
Thank god I do not have the soapy cilantro mutation! I love cilantro! Odin2005 Jan 2016 #71
Death to Cilantro!!! MrScorpio Jan 2016 #96
I LOVE that stuff, but I don't have the gene that makes it taste like soap to some people. Arugula Latte Jan 2016 #106
It brings back memories of having my mouth washed out with soap as a kid. GoCubsGo Jan 2016 #108
aw hell, I am so far behind, Kali Jan 2016 #48
Actually, that is very good. It's an old staple of my paternal Italian relatives. smirkymonkey Jan 2016 #58
As many have mentioned, kale. betsuni Jan 2016 #50
LOL! smirkymonkey Jan 2016 #59
Everything and anything "artisanal" nt LiberalElite Jan 2016 #54
Just another way to say "I'm going to jack up the price for this food that smirkymonkey Jan 2016 #60
Ha! It's a $10 word meaning LiberalElite Jan 2016 #61
This is what I was going to post! Odin2005 Jan 2016 #64
I think a close cousin to artisanal is LiberalElite Jan 2016 #65
I'll add Farm To Table... Phentex Jan 2016 #97
HERESY!!! Salty chocolate is the shit!!! Odin2005 Jan 2016 #63
Meh. LiberalElite Jan 2016 #68
I think you mean "the shiz"? GoCubsGo Jan 2016 #109
Sauce HeiressofBickworth Jan 2016 #69
chia seeds restorefreedom Jan 2016 #72
Why don't you just use the seeds to make a chia plant!! madinmaryland Jan 2016 #75
that's why I can't eat them - LiberalElite Jan 2016 #76
lol! nt restorefreedom Jan 2016 #79
Fried chicken and waffles as a combination. begin_within Jan 2016 #73
I've never understood it either TexasBushwhacker Jan 2016 #78
Pineapple actually goes well with pizza. Odin2005 Jan 2016 #94
The so-called "Hawaiian" pizza was invented in Oakland KamaAina Jan 2016 #118
Yeah, who came up with that? smirkymonkey Jan 2016 #82
I'm not from the South, but I believe it's a southern tradition from at least betsuni Jan 2016 #87
Why not? You eat bacon or sausage with waffles. KamaAina Jan 2016 #117
Asiago cheese on pasta. The shit is fucking nasty smelling. madinmaryland Jan 2016 #74
Anything with sodium Generic Brad Jan 2016 #77
Salt is a funny thing. gvstn Jan 2016 #85
Vegan Portlandia: betsuni Jan 2016 #80
Brie Lydia Leftcoast Jan 2016 #81
It's the only cheese I don't like. GoCubsGo Jan 2016 #107
Sun dried tomatoes The Second Stone Jan 2016 #84
Sriracha Sauce on Everything Wolf Frankula Jan 2016 #90
+1000 nadine_mn Jan 2016 #99
Butter/eggs/bacon on burgers, Jamaal510 Jan 2016 #91
Avocados. In everything. DinahMoeHum Jan 2016 #93
They are excellent for a body, though! WinkyDink Jan 2016 #104
If your system can't hack 'em, they ain't worth shit. DinahMoeHum Jan 2016 #110
Trying to make "gourmet" versions of classic foods like Mac & cheese nadine_mn Jan 2016 #100
Cupcakes---I hate cupcakes! Kale! Smoothies! Sriracha! WinkyDink Jan 2016 #102
The only one that springs to mind.... T_i_B Jan 2016 #112
Cornflake fried chicken - I mean really, WTF jpak Jan 2016 #115
Oh no you di'int! KamaAina Jan 2016 #119
A Bay Area foodie friend's husband made sweet potato gnocchi the other night KamaAina Jan 2016 #116
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