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Marmite is a British thing, and it's not bad. I tastes very unique. It's like a meat jam/spread.

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Based on the name I thought it might be a bug :)

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No, I think Dega's right. It's definitely some sort of marsupial.


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You're going to get Sarah started. She loves Marmite. And she imports some for her British father stuck here in the states all the time.

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Well, a hamburger can be a sandwich, and I prefer a Sirloin/Ground beef meat patty, with A1 steak sauce, bacon, grilled onions, and cheese. Does the arteries good.

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Marmite?

 

I like hamburger with real swiss cheese and thousand island dressing.

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I used to make the Monster-TJ burger when I worked at Old Chicago.

 

1/2 pound of Grade A Sirloin burger.

Extra Pepper-Jack cheese

Extra bacon

Lettuce

Tomato

BBQ sauce

 

Occasionally I'd throw on jalepenos.

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Jalepenos...I like a good hot pepper. Hard to get a genuinely good tasting jalepeno or chile. The best ones I've had since I moved to Georgia are the ones I grow in my garden. Wicked hot, yet sweet.

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I could go for a good jalepeno burger. mmm MMMM MMMM


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Southern Cali, especially in San Diego.

 

Best Mexican food ever.

 

 

The best Mexican food I've ever eaten was in a little restaurant in Pine Springs, Arizona. And they brought out food until you passed out or exploded.

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i nearly gurfed some vegimite once... silly aussies. :)

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Marmite is made from yeast extract. It's sooooo good. But you definatley have to grow up eating it to like it.


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sounds like vegimite... men at work sang about it once, btw. silly aussies...

 

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never beats the famous blood-sausage .. made from blood .. mm

it actually tastes quite good! ;)

 

go the the sourthern part of Denmark to try the wierdest, yet delicious, food of the danish cuisine!


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never beats the famous blood-sausage .. made from blood .. mm

it actually tastes quite good! >_<

 

go the the sourthern part of Denmark to try the wierdest, yet delicious, food of the danish cuisine!

I was in Scotland a few years back and seem to remember blood pudding too but it might have been sausage. It was icky. BTW I work in a grocery store and now after fifteen plus years I finally know what the marmite in aisle five is for!! Why does it come in such a tiny jar? Do you scoop it out with toothpicks?


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BTW I work in a grocery store and now after fifteen plus years I finally know what the marmite in aisle five is for!!  Why does it come in such a tiny jar?  Do you scoop it out with toothpicks?

 

Marmite has a very strong flavour - you only need a very small amount of it.

 

Marmite and peanut butter sandwiches = heaven :D

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