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tuxedocat

Member Since 27 Jul 2007
Offline Last Active Sep 24 2012 04:07 PM
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#825013 Well, The Food Court Is Torture....

Posted by tuxedocat on 22 September 2012 - 09:36 PM

I will not even eat at Chick-fil-A due to their donation of money to causes that discriminate against gay people. I don't care if they are the only gluten free option in ten miles. I could not eat their food and respect myself for supporting a company that is so against the basic civil rights of any number of my friends and family members.
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#799052 What's For Breakfast Today?

Posted by tuxedocat on 29 May 2012 - 07:38 AM

We had scrambled eggs with sauted shallots, diced tomato and gouda cheese served with crispy bacon, a toasted Against the Grain roll and a side of fresh pineapple. It was the bomb. I think I'm gonna try congee (brown rice though) in th little crock pot tonight, thanks for that link.


Yay! Someone is trying it! I never get tired of it because there are so many different ways to serve it up.

Your breakfast sounds fab; when my stomach is more settled again, I'll try that.
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#797741 Life Has A Way Of Playing Cruel Jokes On You...

Posted by tuxedocat on 23 May 2012 - 08:09 AM

I hear you. i am very much a foodie and much of my social life revolved around eating out, as I don't have the resources to entertain and I'm too far for anyone to drive. Most of my friends live 40 miles away, so we have to meet midway which means - meeting at restaurants.

The good news is that it's easier if you DO like to cook, than if you don't. It's even easier if you like to experiment in the kitchen. I transitioned away from bread and pasta being any kind of meal centerpiece a long time ago, and pretty much can make and enjoy anything I want to eat in my own kitchen. It's eating out that is the big suck because it makes it so hard to travel or socialize.
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#797196 Spouses Who Suck

Posted by tuxedocat on 20 May 2012 - 09:04 PM

How many of us read about the gluten free girl and her love story with her chef, and now the bar is set impossibly high for our mates?

They try their best, but they are not the Chef, who to be honest is really, really a dreamboat and a sweetheart, he made his whole restaurant gluten free for her.

And on some level, I think we all want the Chef. I'm a gay woman and I want the Chef!
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