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 Post subject: Free Giveaway: Takayuki Hammered Santoku
PostPosted: Fri Jan 17, 2014 12:58 am 
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Ok, here is the question. What was your favorite or least favorite meal you were served when you were a child?



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 Post subject: Re: Free Giveaway: Takayuki Hammered Santoku
PostPosted: Fri Jan 17, 2014 1:07 am 
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I always loved eating my mother's pizza casserole. Hamburger meat, pepperoni, cheese, green and black olives, tomato sauce, and a dough top. It was wonderful!!


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 Post subject: Re: Free Giveaway: Takayuki Hammered Santoku
PostPosted: Fri Jan 17, 2014 1:09 am 
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Loved me some fried chicken when I was a kid!



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 Post subject: Re: Free Giveaway: Takayuki Hammered Santoku
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So many favorites and least favorites to choose from.

But I'd have to go with favorite of kraft mac and cheese and boiled hot dogs. Kinda makes me gag now, but i loved it as a kid... And anything to do with ice cream.

Least favorite would have to be broccoli, meatloaf or cabbage rolls.


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 Post subject: Re: Free Giveaway: Takayuki Hammered Santoku
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Chicken cacciatore, although we always called it kitchen cacciatore as it seemed like everything but the kitchen sink was in it. Good times :D


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 Post subject: Re: Free Giveaway: Takayuki Hammered Santoku
PostPosted: Fri Jan 17, 2014 1:12 am 
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My mother used to make liver that was gross. Chipped beef in some white sauce over a piece of toast was another terrible one. :)

She made lumpy cream of wheat that I kind of liked. I love my mother but she was rough around the edges in the kitchen. For much of our childhood my sister and I were on our own when it came to meals.



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 Post subject: Re: Free Giveaway: Takayuki Hammered Santoku
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Definitely Chinese roast pork takeout at my grandparent's house.
The pork belly, with the fat and juiciness.
The skin is so crisp.

Eat with white rice, and some ginger/green onion oil.
That's the taste of my childhood.


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 Post subject: Re: Free Giveaway: Takayuki Hammered Santoku
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Loved tortellini; also a fan of a German dish called "Spaetzle".


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 Post subject: Re: Free Giveaway: Takayuki Hammered Santoku
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Favorite: Kielbasa and Kugelis
Least: Any sort of vegatable dish


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 Post subject: Re: Free Giveaway: Takayuki Hammered Santoku
PostPosted: Fri Jan 17, 2014 1:28 am 
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First time a family friend brought us to Korea Town NYC for proper Korean BBQ - all the fixins, grill on table, cook your own food. Still a favorite but back then it was mind blowing, like some bizarro underground DIY Benihana (a place which I loved as a kid)


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