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Hey Ladies, which of these foods do you prefer on a cold, snowy day…?

(Long Q, please feel free to SKIP if uninterested. If it doesn’t apply to you, please do NOT feel compelled to answer the question since it’s NOT compulsory, ESPECIALLY when it doesn’t apply).

•Chicken with Garlic Sauce & Brown Rice
•Malaysian style Green Curry Chicken & Brown Rice
•Fish & Chips
•Pie & Mash
•New England Clam Chowder
•Copious Fried shrimp
•Good quality Paella
•Southern Style Pulled Pork with biscuits & mashed ‘taters
•A wonderful Sushi spread
•A nice cheeseburger with lots of interesting fixin’s, e.g. mushrooms, bacon, onions, lettuce tomato (whatever you like)
•A buttered Kaiser Roll

*NB: Please do not engage in the use of profanity as it makes me uncomfortable. Please do not ask questions in your response, if there’s ambiguity in the question, please skip it. Please don’t reiterate portion(s) of the question as I’m quite familiar with the question I’ve asked (errors with spelling, syntax and/or punctuation are unintentional but shouldn’t detract from the question’s intent, so any attempt to reiterate a portion of the question will, invariably, be construed as condescending and consistent with how poorly modern Feminists view men. Additionally, please refrain from ad hominem attacks or the usual litany of unprovoked attacks that modern Feminists make toward men, foreigners or whomever they decide is beneath them.

How funny that you ask this tonight of all nights. It has not gotten above 20 degrees here all day, and I am currently anticipating approximately 8 to 11 inches of snow–supposed to start in about 2 hours. I have been slow cooking a wonderful venison and cider stew on the wood stove since 5 a.m. It smells wonderful and will go well with the bread I made this afternoon. Stews. soups and chowders are my favorites for cold snowy evenings. I have given you star for your qualifier about the Paella–not all Paella is created equal–it is a dish that can be monumentally effed up if one does not know what they are doing. Good question

32 thoughts on “Hey Ladies, which of these foods do you prefer on a cold, snowy day…?

  1. snufkins return says:

    Pie and mash
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  2. happychicamia_shane says:

    i would rather have split pea and ham soup. it always makes me feel warm and happy! sorry if thats not what u want to hear.
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  3. Alpha says:

    Good quality paella!
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  4. urban naturalist says:

    Well, you forgot to ask us to please not point out that you didn’t leave any decent vegetarian options :).

    That said, if we’re ‘allowed’ to alter the curry to one with chick peas (aka garbonzo beans) that’d sound really nice on a cold snowy day.
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  5. Dracula's (#91) luver! says:

    NE Clam Chowder in a bread bowl w/Goldfish crackers in it.

    Not on your list : chili and cornbread smothered in honey butter
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  6. ilovebeaches:) says:

    i would have to say pie and mash, new england clam chowder, or fish and chips!
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  7. Jade Says says:

    Right now I’d settle for a warm body to snuggle with. It’s 10 degrees outside and I just finished shoveling snow. I’m freezing and alone 🙁

    On second thought, some Fish & Chips sounds good. I’m famished too.
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    Are you trying to rival Yahoo with all those rules for answering?

  8. tasha w says:

    How funny that you ask this tonight of all nights. It has not gotten above 20 degrees here all day, and I am currently anticipating approximately 8 to 11 inches of snow–supposed to start in about 2 hours. I have been slow cooking a wonderful venison and cider stew on the wood stove since 5 a.m. It smells wonderful and will go well with the bread I made this afternoon. Stews. soups and chowders are my favorites for cold snowy evenings. I have given you star for your qualifier about the Paella–not all Paella is created equal–it is a dish that can be monumentally effed up if one does not know what they are doing. Good question
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  9. nightmusic says:

    On a cold snowy day there is nothing I love more than a bowl of hot soup.

    (If I didn’t answer perfectly within the accepted parameters, please excuse me.)
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  10. mizzducker says:

    Clam Chowder
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  11. Winter Glory says:

    Wow…them’s alot of rules to follow in answering your questions these days. I’ll try to oblige.

    Cheeseburger. On an onion roll, with bacon, lettuce, tomato, pickles, mayo, mustard (just a hint), and sharp cheddar. mmm…..
    Side of beer battered onion rings, and a coke.
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  12. Bigot Ben says:

    Like snufkins, my girlfriend loves pie & mash,
    but I’ll always be a fish & chips man myself.
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  13. murmuringmelody says:

    fish and chips
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  14. ▀▄▀▄▀▄▀▄▀▄▀▄▀▄▀▄▀▄▀▄▀▄ says:

    If I had to pick from that list I’d say the pie & mash…the others sound disgusting.
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  15. loves2read says:

    Southern Style Pulled Pork with biscuits & mashed ‘taters
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  16. Veni says:

    A sushi spread is good anytime
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  17. Lyanthya says:

    Southern Style Pulled Pork. But that’s because I’ve been in the UK since June and I miss BBQ!

    My favourite thing to cook on cold days is homemade beef vegetable soup. It smells WONDERFUL and it makes everyone warm and happy.
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  18. amandamaria1432 says:

    You’re a funny, funny man haha =o)

    Sushi

    Fried Shrimp

    Both sound good right now, too close to Christmas for anything fried though, yikes!
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  19. tehabwa says:

    Of what you list, New England Clam Chowder.

    I don’t like brown rice.

    A buttered roll isn’t a meal. (I prefer sour French bread — but I live across from San Francisco, so it’s one of the 4 food groups.)

    I like good fish and chips well enough.

    Dunno what you mean about "pie & mash" — what kind of pie?

    The problem with sushi is wasabi — YUCK! BARF!

    I don’t put cheese on my burgers.

    Uh, if SOME people who answer this critique your spelling, then ALL feminists view ALL men negatively? That’s absurd.

    It’s simply a lie that ALL modern feminists engage in unprovoked attacks.

    It’s unclear why you added all that anti-human rights ranting at the end. That you object to women having any rights (feminism) seems irrelevant to the gist of your question.
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  20. Glo★ says:

    New England Clam Chowder, if I had to choose from your list that would be my choice.
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  21. Delicious says:

    Paella sounds good, so does the clam chowder…I like mine served in a gralic-butter broiled sourdough bowl, with fresh cilantro.
    Anything BUT sushi on a cold day for me.
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  22. Meagan says:

    I would second the chilli & corn bread. That sounds good! From your list, though, I would chose the fried shrimp. Mmmm….
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  23. Ms.D. says:

    How about soup and a sandwich, or Chili and salad, Paella sounds good but it would need something served with it for a winter meal.

    Curry chicken is good because it warms you.

    Turkey and Dressing is always good for winter. with a green bean/leafy hot veggie.

    Smothered chops and mashed potatoes with green beans and a roll.

    Pot roast always goes over pretty Nicely dinner rolls or crusty bread

    Lasagna is always good with salad and crusty garlic bread

    spaghetti dinner is always good too.

    Sushi seems more like summer or spring I guess

    Fried shrimp are good anytime
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  24. Bo - Kasparov says:

    Eh, I’ll go with the fish and chips. Cod, with no skin, extra bread crumbs and bits.

    *NB:

    Modern Feminists do not view men poorly on a whole.
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  25. hannahmommy says:

    A nice roast
    Homemade soup
    or anything else hot from the crockpot (slow cocker)
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    Happy Friday! Stay warm!

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