At this time of year, there's nothing let getting out of the water and heading home for bowl of venison chilli with the ole lady's home-made french bread for dipping and swilling down an ice cold beer. (Just added to my venison supply Saturday, filled my PA antler-less tag.)
After an AM jaunt, a stop at Wawa is a must. Meatball shorty with provolone and peperoni. Winter time, a nice cup of Wawa hot chocolate hits the spot post surf.
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Oct 29, 2013, 01:35 PM #31
Oct 29, 2013, 01:41 PM #32Junior Member
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Oct 29, 2013, 02:24 PM #33Senior Member
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Summer= fruit and whatever i have lying around to whip up in the kitchen...Winter = lentil or split pea soup.... I dont get how any of you guys can go out and eat some of that fast food crud, but to each their own lol 0_o
Oct 29, 2013, 02:35 PM #34
best after surf food in winter=shepherds pie.
Best after surf snack by far is... **CENSORED**
I don't know about you dudes... **CENSORED** I've always wondered, Am I alone in this?
Last edited by PhiloSurfer; Oct 29, 2013 at 02:45 PM. Reason: poor judgement, permanency of the internet, general idiocy
Oct 29, 2013, 02:42 PM #36
Tacos and Modelo Especial fo sho
Oct 29, 2013, 02:46 PM #37
Oct 29, 2013, 02:51 PM #38
LMFAO!!! WTF?? Boys I swear....
Oct 29, 2013, 02:52 PM #39
Oct 29, 2013, 02:54 PM #40Senior Member
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A wise decision!
Sustenence-wise, I roll out of the water craving calories...I need food pronto. If going by the house, cheese quesidilla with salsa and or avocado and anything else I can dump on top (beans, chicken, etc), but cheese and salsa is dope n quick regardless of what I have or lack (I'm in my 20's so I'm broke). Mac n Cheese if the following supplies and time permits...1/2 stick of butter for every pound of noodles, for every pound of cheese (monterey jack or pepperjack or mexican blend), some coconut Silk milk (like 1/2 cup for flavor and meltiness, pepper, hot sauce and if I have more meat n veggies those are going in. I used to do solid white tuna in a can, but I have been apprehensive the last couple of years.
If I go to work right from the sesh, the mini pancakes out of the freezer section are quite nice. place them around the edge of a large plate and mike them for 1:11. Bust em out, dump some syrup of any kind in the middle (butter flavored, strawberry, or if you've got it going on in the workplace, sour cream and rasberry/strawberry jam). That is a meal that can be crushed and repeated a few times before the workday commences. It's a $4 investment that can hold you off hunger-wise for a couple of days. Winter surfing or all-day summer sessions are aided by this.