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MiSsFrOg
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Location: Oceanside, CA USA
Member Since: 30th Aug 2001
Total posts: 187
Posted:Last night I was practicing my moves for about 2 hours and i didnt really over exert myself to the point where im sore but at like 2:00 in the morning i had the biggest craving for chineese food.
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I was just wondering when everyone builds up an appitite after spinning, what are your prefered foods/restraunts?
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Bendy
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Location: Adelaide, SA, Australia
Member Since: 29th Aug 2001
Total posts: 750
Posted:Well the Earthcore Falafel was my first and I fell in love.The next best is the Burger Bar on O'Connell St Nth Adelaide (admittedly it is the only other one I have tried!). They also have deep fried mars bars and snickers to wash the falafel down!
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Flambabe
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Location: Los Angeles, CA USA
Member Since: 12th Jan 2002
Total posts: 16
Posted:After spinning I am ravenously hungry. I will snack on whatever I have but I prefer red meat. There is just something about spinning fire and then eating rare steak that feel so primal.Remember...if god did not want us to eat cows, he would not have made them out of meat. He would have made them out of drywall or asbestos.

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Ade
Are we there yet?
Location: australia
Member Since: 14th Mar 2001
Total posts: 1897
Posted:I love being an aussie, vegemite and falafels!!But after a big spin, I'm not at all hungry, but I do want about a litre of water to drink!

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Peregrine
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Location: Mystic, Ct. USA
Member Since: 12th Jan 2001
Total posts: 428
Posted:hey syneysiders....Is the salad guy still at Glebe market? he had THEBEST pasta salad/greek salad with orange vinagrette dressing.someone told me glebe market got gentrified though since i was there, so maybe he's not...Pere

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Dom
Dom

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Location: Bristol, UK
Member Since: 19th Dec 2001
Total posts: 3009
Posted:Isn't Pesto meant to have parmesan cheese in it? Gives it that tang to the taste.

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cryogenic
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Location: Sydney, Australia
Member Since: 11th Jan 2002
Total posts: 34
Posted:I'm pretty sure nothing has changed foodwise at Glebe markets in the last few months.. Never bought anything there, but I smell the satay every week.. mmmm....
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sunbeam
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Location: Madrid
Member Since: 20th Nov 2001
Total posts: 1032
Posted:Here's a recipe which might solve the peanut butter vs marmite vs vegemite debate. Cheese on toast with a personal touch:Get bread. Toast one sideGet cheese (preferably cheddar but any cheese that melts is good) Slice/grate cheese on to untoasted sideGrill till bubbly. Personal touch: cheese on toast works really well with peanut butter, marmite (and presumably vegemite too though I haven't tried it), lea & perrins, branston sandwich pickle or anything else that takes your fancy. Put it on top before or after you grill the cheese depending on if you like your topping hot or cold. Put tomato sauce under the cheese: instant pizza!Whohoo! Toasted cheese rocks! The possibilities are endless...
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Sunbeamps. Pesto and toasted cheese is a fab combo too (see Pele's recipe and add parmesan if you like it, as Dom suggests)pps. Q, fluffernutter???? Please explain.ppps. Ros, I totally agree but please try it with toasted cheese. I promise you'll be converted.
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Sol
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Location: Melmac
Member Since: 23rd Oct 2001
Total posts: 33
Posted:Toast with strawberry jam and grated cheeseGood for sharing too (noone else wants it so you can eat it yourself)

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Peregrine
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Location: Mystic, Ct. USA
Member Since: 12th Jan 2001
Total posts: 428
Posted:well I was last at Glebe Market in 1998, at which point they kicked me out of the country since I had finished my degree, end of student visa...sad, very sad. and, I used to be a TWS Koala too once...ooooh you know I have brought it up before when i posted my thai coconut stirfry recipe, America needs Sweet Chili Sauce. yes, as an omnipresent condiment, it has just not caught on. in fact you cant buy it anywhere which is annoying because I used to put it in everything...America would be a better and nicer place if we had sweet chili suace. that must be it, our overdependence on regular chili sauce.
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Kinudin (Soul Fyre)
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Location: San Diego, California, USA
Member Since: 21st Dec 2001
Total posts: 1325
Posted:Basicly anything I find in the fridge that's leftovers or I bust out the Microwaveable Burritos. Wanna spend as much time on Homework and Poi as possible!!//edit Or I'm just lazy... but that's outa the point
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Dru Lee Parsec
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Location: Santee California, USA
Member Since: 6th Jan 2002
Total posts: 78
Posted:Here in Southern California we've got "RUBIO'S" Home of the Fish Taco! Absolutly awesome. A few years ago a couple guys from Rubio's left to form their own company called "Fins". Fins has Shrimp burritoes and Fish tacos and they're awesome.Yummy.Yep, I gotta go get a few of those Fish tacos and go home to make some quad-damage margaritas (3 shots Cuervo Gold Tequilla and one shot of Tripple Sec over ice. If there's any room left in the glass fill it up with Margarita mix).

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glowshow
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Location: Charlotte, NC, USA
Member Since: 26th Sep 2001
Total posts: 406
Posted:I seem to remember hearing of "seafood tacos" before, but I don't think I should discuss it here.
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Almost everything is better with either margarine or american cheese on it! Or both!
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Munchie foods would have to include peanut butter melted over popcorn, and damn near *anything* from Waffle House!
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Especially a double order of hash browns "Raped and Pillaged" That is what my best friend BC and I came up with on the 13 hour return trip from Woodstock. Double covered, diced, chunked, sliced, stacked, and smothered, and then drowned in ketchup and mayo!
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B is still the only person I have seen to completely consume a waffle in less than 20 seconds.And lately I have been on a buffalo kick. Buffalo wings, buffalo strips, buffalo chicken sandwiches, buffalo shrimp, buffalo ANYTHING!!! Just make it extra hot with an extra side of Bleu Cheese.WORD! Sorry for all those who don't live in America. You don't know what you are missing. This crap is WAY better than Marmite!
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Ade
Are we there yet?
Location: australia
Member Since: 14th Mar 2001
Total posts: 1897
Posted:Oh Pere, no sweet chilli sauce - how do you cope!!! I can't have wedges without piling the stuff on! Love it.

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Peregrine
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Location: Mystic, Ct. USA
Member Since: 12th Jan 2001
Total posts: 428
Posted:oh oh oh oh there is a place in Katoomba called the Blues Cafe which had potato wedges with sweet chili sauce and sour cream....oh i want some NOW *sob* I'm dyin here.Pere

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SickpuPpy
SickpuPpy

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Location: Denver, Co. U.S.A.
Member Since: 27th Nov 2001
Total posts: 1100
Posted:Dru has a good point with the fish taco's. There's a place here off of 15th and Wazee st. called Wahoo's. Brilliant! (although Glowshow's idea of fish taco's has some merit as well
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)Hmm.....After reading this thread I'm starting to believe that Aussies will eat anything........"Hey mate, whats this black stuff?""Dunno...... Let's put it on toast and see"
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Acid
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Location: Israel
Member Since: 29th Jul 2001
Total posts: 110
Posted:this was and is a cute topic so i dicided to reply even though it's 2 months late.how can you people have the powers to make those foods after spinning?i go for the all american sandwitch-peanut butter and jelly... um...can't get any better...of-course if you have something lying around...but seriously now

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Charles
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Location: Auckland
Member Since: 27th Jun 2001
Total posts: 3989
Posted:Obviously you haven't had a real marmite sandich then.Take two slices of bread, spread the marmite at least 5mm thick on one side, slap em together, lick the knife clean (carefully) and prepare your tastebuds for the ride of their life.(FYI most people have tiny little scrapes of marmite, but its real power isn't used to it's full potential)
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Charles
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Posted:Sol, right on wiht jam and grated cheese.Or you could try what i did when i was flatting once and there was hardly any food in the fridge.Cheese Sandwichs.Cut two thick slices of cheese, and put crisscrossed angular slices on one side each.Spread lots of thick jam into the slices.Press both pieces of cheese together.ENJOY------------------Charles (AKA INFERNO)newdolbel@hotmail.comhttp://juggle.co.nz/fire/fire.html

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SickpuPpy
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Location: Denver, Co. U.S.A.
Member Since: 27th Nov 2001
Total posts: 1100
Posted:I enjoy the occasional cream cheese and jelly sandwich. Also one of my favorite snacks:Take a slice of turkey breast, smear with cream cheese then wrap it around a dill pickle spear. Heat it in the microwave for 5-10 seconds and enjoy.------------------If you love something, set it on fire.

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Bendy
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Location: Adelaide, SA, Australia
Member Since: 29th Aug 2001
Total posts: 750
Posted:Chocolate Milk.

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clare
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Location: Perf, australia
Member Since: 10th Nov 2001
Total posts: 82
Posted:i met a guy who swears that although microwaved food is shitey, bread-vegemite-cheese-vegemite-cheese zapped till melted is good....do they have soy sauce in america? id miss that more than sweet chilli

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Bendy
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Location: Adelaide, SA, Australia
Member Since: 29th Aug 2001
Total posts: 750
Posted:clare - have you tried the Fountain(tm) Soy sauce with garlic? mmmmmm that is a tasty soy sauce!!

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Dru Lee Parsec
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Location: Santee California, USA
Member Since: 6th Jan 2002
Total posts: 78
Posted:There's an awesome resturant here called L'Affair. They have a dish which is a chicken breast wrapped around feta cheese. It's baked and then served in a rasberry sauce. Yum!

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purplemonkey
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Location: Ft. Worth, Tx, USA
Member Since: 14th Feb 2002
Total posts: 8
Posted:I tend to go for spicy foods almost any time, and after a nice long poi session, it's no different. I make some damn fine Indian food..But if I don't have the patience for cooking anything, toast with slightly melted peanut butter and honey spread on it is delish. And a big ol' glass of milk. Oh, yeah.------------------LillyMy finger is an instrument of death!

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LiL MiSS SiN
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Location: On this Big Blue Marble
Member Since: 8th Feb 2002
Total posts: 5
Posted:I honestly have got to say this is probably one of the coolest topics I have seen in a while.... AND WITH RECIPES.... BRILLIANT... Id have to go with homemade hummus... This is how I make it...one can of garbanzo beans into a blender... Fresh Dill or dried to tasteGarlic eith 2-3 chunks or if already diced 2-3 teaspoons full or to tastePaprika to tasteLemon or Lime juiceAdd to toasted bread or pita if ya got it... Somewhere I have a pita recipe but Id have to find that one...Of course hummus IS the easiest thing in the world to make but I have decided I like this combo best of all
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SickpuPpy
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Location: Denver, Co. U.S.A.
Member Since: 27th Nov 2001
Total posts: 1100
Posted:Oh my God, Dru. That sounds insanely good. I love feta. If I'm ever in Santee you'll have to show me where that place is.

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Lexi
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Location: Perth, WA, Australia (for now)
Member Since: 2nd Feb 2002
Total posts: 1
Posted:Does no one else think this is an odd topic to have on a fire twirling site? Although i do agree that Falafals rock

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Solus
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Location: Antioch, CA, USA
Member Since: 23rd Jul 2001
Total posts: 2
Posted:Yes it is a strange topic to be on a fire site but then again it seems we are all people who are off the "norm"Anyway, my new favorite pick is sushi at Blowfish in SF. GREAT music, atmosphere and the food is good too.

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Bendy
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Location: Adelaide, SA, Australia
Member Since: 29th Aug 2001
Total posts: 750
Posted:sausage rolls are highly underrated. I think they are called "pig-in-a-blanket" in the US - funny name!and I don't know, but if you only have the small bite size ones, you are missing out. I just ate a foot long (approx) one! mmmmnow if I only had some hot sauce...

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Katinca
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Location: Adelaide - South Australia
Member Since: 9th May 2001
Total posts: 693
Posted:I do have to agree I am quite fond of sausage rolls myself. I used to eat them nearly everyday back when I was at school and University. You gotta have sauce on them though. Although I am weird and I actually quite like them microwaved. Yep that's weird.------------------ ~*~ Katinca ~*~

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