whats at the market


utelore

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I know alot of you fellows are from different contries and such. I was just wonders how well your markets are stocked and what you eat at night.
Here in colorado U.S.A the markets are full of every thing from steaks, chicken seafood and fresh fruit from mangos to apples just about anything you can imagine. As I speak I am drinking a coke and eating fried BBQ pork skins. tonight I will have a cold Pilsner beer and pizza topped with ham and onions. for breakfast/brunch I had warm biscuts stuffed with ham, salami and parmasian cheese and on the side rolled angus deli roast beef with horseradish and a glass of orange juice.
 
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Red not Dead

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utelore said:
I know alot of you fellows are from different contries and such. I was just wonders how well your markets are stocked and what you eat at night.
Here in colorado U.S.A the markets are full of every thing from steaks, chicken seafood and fresh fruit from mangos to apples just about anything you can imagine. As I speak I am drinking a coke and eating fried BBQ pork skins. tonight I will have a cold Pilsner beer and pizza topped with ham and onions. for breakfast/brunch I had warm biscuts stuffed with ham, salami and parmasian cheese and on the side rolled angus deli roast beef with horseradish and a glass of orange juice.

Belgium here almost the same as yours. But we got fine Wines.

Not eating now, but ate a chicken fricasée with orange and wine sauce this noon. With a fresh rosé wine and sparkling water.
 

bd popeye

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utelore said:
I know alot of you fellows are from different contries and such. I was just wonders how well your markets are stocked and what you eat at night.
Here in colorado U.S.A the markets are full of every thing from steaks, chicken seafood and fresh fruit from mangos to apples just about anything you can imagine. As I speak I am drinking a coke and eating fried BBQ pork skins. tonight I will have a cold Pilsner beer and pizza topped with ham and onions. for breakfast/brunch I had warm biscuts stuffed with ham, salami and parmasian cheese and on the side rolled angus deli roast beef with horseradish and a glass of orange juice.

Sounds great! I can't drink beer though.:( the meds I'm on forbid it.

Of course here in Iowa we have the same sort of stuff in the markets as you do in CO. The thing I don't like about the markets here is a lack of seafood. They got it but it's frozen!! Yuck! I'm use to a lot of fresh fish and seafood from my 26 years of living in San Diego.

For breakfast I had some pankcakes and sausage. For lunch I just ate a banana and some chips..for dinner tonight Papa-Murphy's pizza. Probally sausage and mushrooms. And of course I will watch the NFL on Tv. It's playoff time you know. Well some of you don't know. I know Ute does. I hope the Broncos kick the tar out of the Patroits!

Go Donkey's!!! Ooppss I mean Broncos! Can't help it I'm a Charger fan.:D

Thanks for starting this thread Ute. Sometimes the rest of the forum ..well never mind...:(
 

Gollevainen

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isent that relative to the market size?? Sure if you go to bug markets in here you find lots of fancy stuff like you mentioned, but they tend to be monsterous road-side hangars and as a lazy student like me its more of the dog-house size little shops to get my student food, cheap pasta and chopped cow-pig meat. And rye bread whit little metwurst or this finnish saucace called 'lenkki' (jogg?:confused: ?)....but today I visited my cousins reustorang in Helsinki, and ate 1,5 liter of eceptionally delicious salmon soup...
But to nigth its going to be rye bread and some liver-patée (hope there is some on the fridge:rolleyes: and little bit of Glogi (warmed/spiced red wine) before going bed...
 

bd popeye

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Gollevainen said:
isent that relative to the market size?? Sure if you go to bug markets in here you find lots of fancy stuff like you mentioned, but they tend to be monsterous road-side hangars and as a lazy student like me its more of the dog-house size little shops to get my student food, cheap pasta and chopped cow-pig meat. And rye bread whit little metwurst or this finnish saucace called 'lenkki' (jogg?:confused: ?)....but today I visited my cousins reustorang in Helsinki, and ate 1,5 liter of eceptionally delicious salmon soup...
But to nigth its going to be rye bread and some liver-patée (hope there is some on the fridge:rolleyes: and little bit of Glogi (warmed/spiced red wine) before going bed...

Dude..What the hell are you eating???..You sound like you need some pizza!!!!

Wine huh? Even when I could drink I have not had any wine in years. I use to drink cheap port wine back in the day..I've never drank any type of wine with a meal . Usally I drink water, juice etc...
 

Gollevainen

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Dude..What the hell are you eating???..You sound like you need some pizza!!!!

??? its normal finish food, salmon soup expecially...one of our greatest gift to the culinarist world...
But Im not wine person myself either, but that glogi had gotten me into its toll...too bad its seasonal drink of christmass, and dissapears from the shops pretty quickly...and I never eat in reastourants, today was the first time i visited one here in finland...its too expensive to my sallary class..
 

bd popeye

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Gollevainen said:
??? its normal finish food, salmon soup expecially...one of our greatest gift to the culinarist world...
But Im not wine person myself either, but that glogi had gotten me into its toll...too bad its seasonal drink of christmass, and dissapears from the shops pretty quickly...and I never eat in reastourants, today was the first time i visited one here in finland...its too expensive to my sallary class..

Befor I moved to Iowa from southern California I ate in resturants almost daily. Spoiled myself and got real fat..Oh well.

I like fish soup also. My ex-wife made excellent fish soup.
 

renmin

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Here in my part of New Jersy, we aint got so many markets. no malls. no pizza hut, no dominos. but we still got your average shopping center like shop rite.
 

PiSigma

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pretty much got everything they have in the states... and if want chinese food or imported chinese foodstuff.. can always go to T&T supermarket. but i'm too poor to afford anything. so it's spam, instant noodles and mac & cheese for me.
 

swimmerXC

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i had nothing this morning till 3:30ish because i was at a swim meet (all i had there was two granola bars and a couple of gatorade)...
im sitting here waiting for the pizza boy to arrive :D
 

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