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    do you ever admire your food?

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    I am sitting here eating lunch (salad)...i just grabbed some spinach, tomato, mushroom, red onion, avacado, and a piece of grass feed steak all dripping with olive oil with some balsamic vinegar...

    it lieterally made me stop to take in all of the color and health i was about to consume...love it...

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    Idd I do, especially now that I cook it and I love it, every time I finish cooking something and then contemplate that masterpiece I think, "Damn I'm good!" :P

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    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum...d13279-61.html

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    I make a pretty good salad.

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    The only food that I seem to be impressed with enough to snap a picture of is steaks on the grill and meat that I'm smoking. I'm usually far more concerned with taste than presentation.

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    Yes, lots of colourful vegetables always make a meal look so appetising, so I don't have to put in much effort on presentation. I prefer rustic-style dishes, even when I'm cooking for others, where I put the effort into balancing flavours rather than fussy presentation.
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    My family and friends always comment on how pretty my food is. I count it as a gratifying part of the food experience. A good meal appeals to all my senses!
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    A bit yes, but in no way connected to that nouvelle cuisine nonsense; to shove down huge meals that look good to me and taste better is my kind of way.

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