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Discussion in 'Miscellany' started by spalding12, Jul 11, 2008.
I would! It looks great. Thanks for sharing, even if I do feel hungry as a result.
Looks delicious. I just hope you know where those tomatoes were grown!!
it's a bit healthier than THIS..... :biggrin::biggrin::biggrin::biggrin: :
Love it! Soon, we will have the tomatoes, peppers and cilantro from our own garden. Just need to buy the avocadoes.
My word that looks good... please tell me it didn't taste as good as it looks
it tasted even better
of course.... it was the TUXEDO CHEESECAKE from The Cheesecake Factory
they have so many there
because we wanted something sweet with our savory guacamole for an appetizer... we DID get the Dulce de Leche Cheesecake...
The first shot is great, I hate cream so I wont comment on the other two lol.
Wow...I just thought that I was hungry until I looked at this thread. Now, I have got to go find something to eat! I must say though, the two cheesecakes look much better to me than the dip. Not a big fan of green foods, except lettuce. Thanks for sharing these. I have never been to a Cheesecake Factory, but I will definitely go there if I am ever near one.
thanks for the look and comment
we all talked about the tomatoes, of course
... it's been 50 hours and we all feel fine, however... :smile:
it's a nice restaurant, for a chain
HUGE portions.... 20-page menu... literally, something for everyone
thanks for taking the time to look and comment
have a great weekend
nothing like home-grown
sounds like you'll be making some delicious foods, soon
i love cilantro on anything
we had some green tea and cilantro based "ice cream"
somewhere.... can't remember
it was awesome
Is a frog's butt water tight? Is a pig's butt pork? :biggrin:
Nice colors Greg, but sorry, no. Make it a steak and fries maybe! :wink:
what HAVE you been drinking tonight? :tongue:
a nice steak sounds great to me, as well
Unfortunately nothing! haha :wink:
very well, then
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