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MaxBuck

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I could entirely be misunderstanding the (Indian) food culture. And the reason they have some vegetarian/vegan options is just due to hipster (modern/progressive?) restaurant in hipster area in this town. There many great progressive and 'international' (I kind of hate the term ethnic here, but it's what most use) food here. :D
Columbus has become one of the great unknown food cities in the USA. Possibly in the world.
 

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Columbus has become one of the great unknown food cities in the USA. Possibly in the world.
I'm from Cleveland and I travel to Columbus at least twice a month to Columbus for work and I go on a foodie search for the best that Columbus has to offer.
 

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Columbus has become one of the great unknown food cities in the USA. Possibly in the world.
Yup, I love it here!

I'm from Cleveland and I travel to Columbus at least twice a month to Columbus for work and I go on a foodie search for the best that Columbus has to offer.

Go try Rooh sometime, you're welcome. :p
 

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This area you are referring to ('Chain of Lakes') does not appear to be the same as the "Finger Lakes" (Lake George and my favorite; Brandt Lake) region of upstate NY.
 

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This area you are referring to ('Chain of Lakes') does not appear to be the same as the "Finger Lakes" (Lake George and my favorite; Brandt Lake) region of upstate NY.
We used to live in Chain of Lakes (N. Illinois), but moved to Phoenix (AZ). Two years there and moved to just west of the Finger Lakes (NY). I think we're done moving. :cool:
 

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We used to live in Chain of Lakes (N. Illinois), but moved to Phoenix (AZ). Two years there and moved to just west of the Finger Lakes (NY). I think we're done moving. :cool:

Still love the cold?
 

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We used to live in Chain of Lakes (N. Illinois), but moved to Phoenix (AZ).
How on earth, can you move a lake (or a Chain of Lakes) from one state to another?
Do such moves require environmental approvals and worry about indigenous artifact impact reports??
How do the fish (to stay on topic) feel about such a move?:oops:
 

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Think various soft cheeses...
Hehe... As kid I was forbidden to eat all the soft cheeses in the fridge because they where for treats and platters so I would sneak little slivers and it was so tasty I would eat 1/2 of it over 2-3 days and expect nobody would tally the consumption and then lie about it. Everybody knew it was me...lol :facepalm:
 

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Hehe... As kid I was forbidden to eat all the soft cheeses in the fridge because they where for treats and platters so I would sneak little slivers and it was so tasty I would eat 1/2 of it over 2-3 days and expect nobody would tally the consumption and then lie about it. Everybody knew it was me...lol :facepalm:
My sister was just the opposite: She hated cheese!
It was discovered much time later that she would keep the cheese inside her cheek and when nobody could see her, she would spit it out behind a space heater ('calorifer').
That's when I learned green mold has a weird color to it.
 

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@Timcognito You get a penalty on the playing field.;)
You should not expect others to know or remember Eurythmics of your post, to get the funniness of your joke.
 

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And the snow, yes, absolutely.
Hmm. We’re bundling Charlie in two sweaters and a jacket. Takes us 15 minutes to warm him enough to stop shaking after being out for five.
 

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Hehe... As kid I was forbidden to eat all the soft cheeses in the fridge because they where for treats and platters so I would sneak little slivers and it was so tasty I would eat 1/2 of it over 2-3 days and expect nobody would tally the consumption and then lie about it. Everybody knew it was me...lol :facepalm:
I am a HUGE Stilton fan. For some reason, it is difficult to find here in Central Florida. I especially like it with a fine, aged tawny port.

Tillman
 

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Artisanal blue-veined pecorino cheese.
 

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I am a HUGE Stilton fan. For some reason, it is difficult to find here in Central Florida. I especially like it with a fine, aged tawny port.

Tillman
It is generally a problem to find any good cheese (and bread) in the USA. And chocolate, too.

Greetings from Switzerland.:cool:
 

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Presentation....


Self made bread
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Local supermarket - the area with the open cheese
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Details:
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Side note: the area in the first pictureshows around 30% of the total area reserved for cheese.


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More bread


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And finally the correct tool to handle the bread. the smaller ones are older, the one on the left is the new one with a 30cm blade
 
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