BGP QOTD: What are you a "snob" about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by formerkywrestler View Post
    I can't think of anything.




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    Quote Originally Posted by True blue (and gold) View Post
    Tea, soap and hotels.
    Tea! I forgot that one!!!

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    French Fries. I don't eat fries often, but if I do, they need to be crispy, hot, and with lots of ketchup. Otherwise---why bother?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonels_Wear_Blue View Post
    Tea! I forgot that one!!!
    Describe your perfect tea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True blue (and gold) View Post
    Describe your perfect tea.
    Hot, black, and strong

    I have 3 or 4 cups of hot teach each day. I usually stick with Twinings Irish Breakfast tea. I'll go with Earl Grey tea when I'm drinking it with lemon (making a hot toddy) when I have a cold though.

    Iced tea...I used to go with whatever was cheap, but my wife recently started buying loose black tea with some kind of Hibiscus/tropical blend to it, and it's pretty nice as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colonels_Wear_Blue View Post
    Hot, black, and strong

    I have 3 or 4 cups of hot teach each day. I usually stick with Twinings Irish Breakfast tea. I'll go with Earl Grey tea when I'm drinking it with lemon (making a hot toddy) when I have a cold though.

    Iced tea...I used to go with whatever was cheap, but my wife recently started buying loose black tea with some kind of Hibiscus/tropical blend to it, and it's pretty nice as well.
    I make and then ice Earl Gray. I'm picky about the brand, too. My favorite actually comes from Trader Joe's.

    The hibiscuc/tropical blend sounds interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True blue (and gold) View Post
    I make and then ice Earl Gray. I'm picky about the brand, too. My favorite actually comes from Trader Joe's.

    The hibiscuc/tropical blend sounds interesting.
    I'll ask her what it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True blue (and gold) View Post
    What is your preference? I ask because I feel like I make a pretty mean cole slaw.
    Not overly "mayonnaisey," slaw chopped fine , kinda sweet. KFC's used to be exceptional.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Science Friction View Post
    Not overly "mayonnaisey," slaw chopped fine , kinda sweet. KFC's used to be exceptional.
    Mine is very close to what KFC's used to be. I don't chop the slaw. I may try that next time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Science Friction View Post
    Not overly "mayonnaisey," slaw chopped fine , kinda sweet. KFC's used to be exceptional.
    There's a place called the 52 Diner in Chilo, Ohio where we stop about once a month (it's closed during the winter). Wife doesn't like the cole slaw but I love it. Coarse cut, lots of mayo and a nice horseradish kick.

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    Pacific oysters - not good. Chesapeake Bay oysters - sublime.



    PS - Rocky Mountain oysters - never tried 'em.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mcpapa View Post
    There's a place called the 52 Diner in Chilo, Ohio where we stop about once a month (it's closed during the winter). Wife doesn't like the cole slaw but I love it. Coarse cut, lots of mayo and a nice horseradish kick.
    I'm with the wife.....

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    Steaks, every since I was running to Vegas with my high roller buddies and eating like a king it's hard for me to eat any steaks around that ain't from a top restaurant.

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    I'm a "Flag" snob, since I starting making rustic flags myself. Flags with the wrong stars, more or less than 13 stripes (unless it's a 15 star 15 stripe flag), with the wrong red and white stripe pattern (white on top or bottom), stars in stupidly incorrect patterns.

    Something like this drives me nuts...

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    Chips and soda when I use to drink them.

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