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« Reply #80 on: May 30, 2006, 03:49:38 PM »
Really? thats interesting! To answer my own question:

He-man  (although that's a tough choice)

Fraggle Rock

Transformers

Family Guy followed by the Simpsons 
i totally see you as a ms piggy fan


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« Reply #81 on: May 30, 2006, 03:54:34 PM »
Really? thats interesting! To answer my own question:

He-man  (although that's a tough choice)

Fraggle Rock

Transformers

Family Guy followed by the Simpsons 
i totally see you as a ms piggy fan


hmmppfh!

Miss Piggy actually got on my nerves because she was mean sometimes to Kermit.  And Kermit was the man. . .well frog!   

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« Reply #82 on: May 30, 2006, 03:56:11 PM »
Really? thats interesting! To answer my own question:

He-man  (although that's a tough choice)

Fraggle Rock

Transformers

Family Guy followed by the Simpsons 
i totally see you as a ms piggy fan


hmmppfh!

Miss Piggy actually got on my nerves because she was mean sometimes to Kermit.  And Kermit was the man. . .well frog!   

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« Reply #83 on: May 30, 2006, 03:58:09 PM »
Really? thats interesting! To answer my own question:

He-man  (although that's a tough choice)

Fraggle Rock

Transformers

Family Guy followed by the Simpsons 
i totally see you as a ms piggy fan


hmmppfh!

Miss Piggy actually got on my nerves because she was mean sometimes to Kermit.  And Kermit was the man. . .well frog!   

yyyyyyyyyaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

running around, flapping arms

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« Reply #84 on: May 30, 2006, 06:40:43 PM »
Since y'all are always talking about NYC, I'm going to share my fav places to eat in ATL:

  • Tapas: Eclipse di Luna, Pura Vida (best flan ever!), Loca Lunas and Fuego
  • Babette's Cafe for European/French
  • Bhojanic for Indian
  • Wolfgang Puck Express is good for quick and easy food
  • Fellini's and La Fonda Latina are great for late nite, decent food.
  • Of course you can't forget Waho and Steak and Shake for the middle of the nite runs
  • Osteria del Figo has great Italian
  • Buford Highway for Asian food.  Also Sampan and Cafe Sampan.
  • Cameli's Gourmet Pizza has the best NY style pizza
  • Burrito Bros for their buritto pescado especial. Also like qdoba.  And I can't forget Willys, that was the place to go at my school!
  • Fast food is also Sonic and Fatburger
  • Rolling Bones for bbq
  • The place by the AUC for Caribbean food
  • Bakeries: Alon's (also great lunch) and Higland Bakery (great bkfst, their sweet potato pancakes are the best!)
  • Flying Biscuit for brunchli]
    • Eatzi's for overpriced 'gourmet' takeout (also Whole Foods)
    • The International Farmer's Mkt for yummy takeout, baked goods and groceries from around the world.  You can find everything there, from plaintains and chayote to Ribena and Bda Ginger Beer.
    That's all for now...
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I love Eatzis, especially their made to order salads. It is pricey though.

Fat Matt's is the BBQ joint. I dunno what this rolling bones place is about.

Paschal's is a classic.

Felini's - went there yesterday

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« Reply #85 on: May 30, 2006, 09:28:35 PM »
Anybody like Senegalese food?

never had it. is it good?

ive never had african food at all. that will change shortly.

Thinking I'll roll over to Little Senegal today.  I will report back if I do.

cool. don't b*tch out and get like a cheeseburger or some sh*t.

So I went to the Senegalese restaurant (8th Ave between 121st & 122nd.  I just ended up getting the Pizza Dakar.  It was basically a regular new york style pizza with chicken.







Just kidding.

I got:

Thiebou djenne ("CHEH-boo-Jen"), which is pretty much the national dish of Senegal, the staple.  It is large chunks of seasoned fish (red snapper, I believe) with vegetables and seasoned fried rice.  Excellent.

also

Mafe (MAH-feh), which is chunks of lamb stewed with a peanut butter sauce (not our kind of peanut butter) with vegetables over white rice.  Also very good.

It was enough food for almost three meals.  Needless to say, it will be dinner as well.

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« Reply #86 on: May 30, 2006, 09:38:15 PM »
cool. i hear the food is spicy, no?
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« Reply #87 on: May 30, 2006, 09:39:32 PM »
Nah, it's fairly heavily seasoned, but not a lot of spicy heat.

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« Reply #88 on: May 30, 2006, 11:18:07 PM »
Since y'all are always talking about NYC, I'm going to share my fav places to eat in ATL:

  • Tapas: Eclipse di Luna, Pura Vida (best flan ever!), Loca Lunas and Fuego
  • Babette's Cafe for European/French
  • Bhojanic for Indian
  • Wolfgang Puck Express is good for quick and easy food
  • Fellini's and La Fonda Latina are great for late nite, decent food.
  • Of course you can't forget Waho and Steak and Shake for the middle of the nite runs
  • Osteria del Figo has great Italian
  • Buford Highway for Asian food.  Also Sampan and Cafe Sampan.
  • Cameli's Gourmet Pizza has the best NY style pizza
  • Burrito Bros for their buritto pescado especial. Also like qdoba.  And I can't forget Willys, that was the place to go at my school!
  • Fast food is also Sonic and Fatburger
  • Rolling Bones for bbq
  • The place by the AUC for Caribbean food
  • Bakeries: Alon's (also great lunch) and Higland Bakery (great bkfst, their sweet potato pancakes are the best!)
  • Flying Biscuit for brunchli]
    • Eatzi's for overpriced 'gourmet' takeout (also Whole Foods)
    • The International Farmer's Mkt for yummy takeout, baked goods and groceries from around the world.  You can find everything there, from plaintains and chayote to Ribena and Bda Ginger Beer.

    That's all for now...
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« Reply #89 on: May 31, 2006, 08:08:44 AM »
Since y'all are always talking about NYC, I'm going to share my fav places to eat in ATL:

  • Tapas: Eclipse di Luna, Pura Vida (best flan ever!), Loca Lunas and Fuego
  • Babette's Cafe for European/French
  • Bhojanic for Indian
  • Wolfgang Puck Express is good for quick and easy food
  • Fellini's and La Fonda Latina are great for late nite, decent food.
  • Of course you can't forget Waho and Steak and Shake for the middle of the nite runs
  • Osteria del Figo has great Italian
  • Buford Highway for Asian food.  Also Sampan and Cafe Sampan.
  • Cameli's Gourmet Pizza has the best NY style pizza
  • Burrito Bros for their buritto pescado especial. Also like qdoba.  And I can't forget Willys, that was the place to go at my school!
  • Fast food is also Sonic and Fatburger
  • Rolling Bones for bbq
  • The place by the AUC for Caribbean food
  • Bakeries: Alon's (also great lunch) and Higland Bakery (great bkfst, their sweet potato pancakes are the best!)
  • Flying Biscuit for brunchli]
    • Eatzi's for overpriced 'gourmet' takeout (also Whole Foods)
    • The International Farmer's Mkt for yummy takeout, baked goods and groceries from around the world.  You can find everything there, from plaintains and chayote to Ribena and Bda Ginger Beer.

    That's all for now...

Can I get Gladys Knight's Chicken & Waffles?  Classic! ;D
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