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    What satisfies?

    What it takes to elevate me out of my default misanthropic desire to mutilate everything I see varies from moment to moment and is utterly unpredictable. The other night it took my all time favorite double-thick pork chop done to utter perfection, garlic sautéed spinach, the Mother of all Bloody Marys, and a book full of NYT Saturday xwords to soothe the savage beast within. My endo-babe and nephro-dude would kill me for it but they weren’t there and I trust you all to not fink me out.

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    That looks delicious

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    Hot greens of any variety is a no-go for me. Buth that chop looks wonderful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hayday View Post
    Hot greens of any variety is a no-go for me. Buth that chop looks wonderful.

    Spinach is one of the few greens I like hot. Sautéed with butter & garlic is magnificent. Trust me that the way that joint does their chops is one of wonders of the modern world. First time I had one there it was an earth shattering mouthgasm.
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    I enjoy greens with garlic and spice!

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    Sorry, but hot greens make me
    Once in awhile you get shown the light in the strangest of places if you look at it right.

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    Spinach is so good, in basically every form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raza View Post
    Spinach is so good, in basically every form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raza View Post
    Spinach is so good, in basically every form.
    I don't believe in god but if I did I would have to imagine that spinach is proof that it wants us to be happy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mediocre View Post
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    I actually probably should credit Popeye for my love of spinach. I watched Popeye cartoons a bunch as a kid and spinach was always my favorite vegetable. “Shaak and baath” (spinach and rice) was a common sight at the dinner table growing up, usually accompanying some kind of fish. My mom never had trouble getting me to eat spinach.

    Peas though. Peas are another story.
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