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11-26-2013, 07:23 PM   #946
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QuoteOriginally posted by Parallax Quote
Anything that involves some part of a pig and some sort of barbecue rub and/or sauce.
I have recently been accused of being a "BBQ Bigot" (Eastern NC, vinegar-based - I admit it's an acquired taste), so I'll stay away from that and say: roast beef, mashed potatoes, gravy, lather, rinse, repeat.

Unless it says 'Ricoh' on the bottom of the plate.

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What does that have to do with the topic of the day: Favorite food!
Oh. Sorry.

Texas Red Chili.

It's an old Brand Book recipe.

Modern version goes well with cheese sandwiches.
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I love welsh rarebit - How to cook perfect welsh rarebit | Life and style | The Guardian.
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Fresh salad covered with thinly sliced flank-steak strips cooked medium rare. With some ranch dressing...yum.
edit: forgot the grated cheese bit.

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QuoteOriginally posted by TinaS Quote
That's a tough one. I don't think I have one favorite. Today I'll say chicken & dumplings.
+1 I agree 100%. "Favorite Food" can only be defined within a time frame. As in "Favorite Food today" or "Favorite Food this week", or "Favorite Cheese this month".

My favorite food this week is the Hubbard squash pie my wife made, she is getting warmed up for Thanksgiving dinner (link to the recipe if anyone cares: Nana Trax’s Homemade Pumpkin Pie | fresh from oregon
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QuoteOriginally posted by THoog Quote
(Eastern NC, vinegar-based - I admit it's an acquired taste)
My wife does NC style BBQ!!

QuoteOriginally posted by monochrome Quote
Texas Red Chili
Yum!!

QuoteOriginally posted by bigted Quote
I love welsh rarebit - How to cook perfect welsh rarebit | Life and style | The Guardian.
Gotta try that!!

QuoteOriginally posted by Ex Finn. Quote
Fresh salad covered with thinly sliced flank-steak strips cooked medium rare. With some ranch dressing...yum. edit: forgot the grated cheese bit.
Double yum!!
Now I'm hungry... again.
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QuoteOriginally posted by jatrax Quote
My favorite food this week is the Hubbard squash pie my wife made, she is getting warmed up for Thanksgiving dinner (link to the recipe if anyone cares: Nana Trax’s Homemade Pumpkin Pie | fresh from oregon
That looks good! I bookmarked it.
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Time for the "Pentax Cooking Show".

Recipes by Ricoh.

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Here's my K-3 dilemma, which might be why I won't buy a K-3 (there, I'm off-topic and on-topic at the same time):

I haven't made any camera purchases in awhile, so there is some mad money in the budget. I'm a pure amateur, who only does this for fun. I don't think my photography / skill level will ever require a top-of-the-line body, but part of me would like to see if I could grow into it. However, for the price of a K-3, I could get a K-5ii, (which would still probably be more than I need), PLUS a gray-market K-01 "Smurf" (which I absolutely don't need, but Smurfette's siren song won't leave me alone), AND some cheapie remote triggers to play with off-camera flash, AND a cheese sandwich.

Or I could blow it all on cheese sandwiches.
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QuoteOriginally posted by THoog Quote
Here's my K-3 dilemma, which might be why I won't buy a K-3 (there, I'm off-topic and on-topic at the same time):

I haven't made any camera purchases in awhile, so there is some mad money in the budget. I'm a pure amateur, who only does this for fun. I don't think my photography / skill level will ever require a top-of-the-line body, but part of me would like to see if I could grow into it. However, for the price of a K-3, I could get a K-5ii, (which would still probably be more than I need), PLUS a gray-market K-01 "Smurf" (which I absolutely don't need, but Smurfette's siren song won't leave me alone), AND some cheapie remote triggers to play with off-camera flash, AND a cheese sandwich.

Or I could blow it all on cheese sandwiches.
In fear of actually putting this on topic - I did buy a K-3 and I firmly admit to being an amateur photographer. I do it because I enjoy it. I don't sell any of my shots, but that doesn't mean I won't. I have a K-r and this upgrade is wonderful. I like to shoot (photographically only) wildlife and this offers me so much more. I bought it because I can use the "extra" features. My level of "professionalism" had absolutely nothing to do with that decision.

BTW I do like cheese sandwiches - especially with sliced tomato.
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QuoteOriginally posted by bigted Quote
In fear of actually putting this on topic - I did buy a K-3 and I firmly admit to being an amateur photographer. I do it because I enjoy it. I don't sell any of my shots, but that doesn't mean I won't. I have a K-r and this upgrade is wonderful. I like to shoot (photographically only) wildlife and this offers me so much more. I bought it because I can use the "extra" features. My level of "professionalism" had absolutely nothing to do with that decision.

BTW I do like cheese sandwiches - especially with sliced tomato.
Shoot! For me a K-r would be nice for the higher iso! I like my cheese sandwich with bacon! After tomorrow I'll be eating my cheese sandwich with turkey.
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Finally a good reason for not wanting the K-3... I just spent money on a MX-1 and Q (first gen). They will stand nicely next to the K-01...
K-3 would of been out of place and would of look way too scary with its Ricoh badges
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Okay, back to serious stuff. In addition to bbq pig parts, I am partial to 4B. (Buffalo bacon bleu burgers)
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Speaking of meat... a question towards our fellows down-under... how does the Kangaroo meat tastes like!? What is a good recipe for that!?
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Like several others have said, I don't have the money for the K3. If I did, the K3 would be a sweet camera to own (even if it said "Kraft" on the back). I've only had my K-x just over a month, and I'm perfectly happy with it. When the time comes to upgrade I'll probably get a used K5iis (or maybe a K50).
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