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I love a good USA certified T-bone. I do miss a gyro/pita sandwich that I always got at the shopping area in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The street vendor would chop off lamb roasting on a stick and mix it with some fixing. I just do not remember what it is called.

I am half Korean and half southern red neck from Mississippi. I prefer the American food to Asian food. I just do not like the 5 spices that are in most Asian foods. I do not like my food smelling like perfume. I refuse to be around jasmine rice.

I do eat some oriental foods. I just could not eat the food in Taiwan, but I was able to eat some Korean, and Japanese foods. Wife thought I was going to starve to death, until we found a Ruby Tuesday, Chili’s, Mc Donalds, Toni Roman, Pizza Hut, and a Chris Ruth Steak House.

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I love a good USA certified T-bone. I do miss a gyro/pita sandwich that I always got at the shopping area in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The street vendor would chop off lamb roasting on a stick and mix it with some fixing. I just do not remember what it is called.

I am half Korean and half southern red neck from Mississippi. I prefer the American food to Asian food. I just do not like the 5 spices that are in most Asian foods. I do not like my food smelling like perfume. I refuse to be around jasmine rice.

I do eat some oriental foods. I just could not eat the food in Taiwan, but I was able to eat some Korean, and Japanese foods. Wife thought I was going to starve to death, until we found a Ruby Tuesday, Chili’s, Mc Donalds, Toni Roman, Pizza Hut, and a Chris Ruth Steak House.
Did you mean "Ruth's Chris" Steak House?

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I love a good USA certified T-bone. I do miss a gyro/pita sandwich that I always got at the shopping area in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The street vendor would chop off lamb roasting on a stick and mix it with some fixing. I just do not remember what it is called.

I am half Korean and half southern red neck from Mississippi. I prefer the American food to Asian food. I just do not like the 5 spices that are in most Asian foods. I do not like my food smelling like perfume. I refuse to be around jasmine rice.

I do eat some oriental foods. I just could not eat the food in Taiwan, but I was able to eat some Korean, and Japanese foods. Wife thought I was going to starve to death, until we found a Ruby Tuesday, Chili’s, Mc Donalds, Toni Roman, Pizza Hut, and a Chris Ruth Steak House.
Did you mean "Ruth's Chris" Steak House?
With little regard for copyrights and issues concerning intellectual property particularly in China, I actually won't be surprised to find a Chris Ruth Steak House over there.


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I love a good USA certified T-bone. I do miss a gyro/pita sandwich that I always got at the shopping area in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The street vendor would chop off lamb roasting on a stick and mix it with some fixing. I just do not remember what it is called.

I am half Korean and half southern red neck from Mississippi. I prefer the American food to Asian food. I just do not like the 5 spices that are in most Asian foods. I do not like my food smelling like perfume. I refuse to be around jasmine rice.

I do eat some oriental foods. I just could not eat the food in Taiwan, but I was able to eat some Korean, and Japanese foods. Wife thought I was going to starve to death, until we found a Ruby Tuesday, Chili’s, Mc Donalds, Toni Roman, Pizza Hut, and a Chris Ruth Steak House.
Did you mean "Ruth's Chris" Steak House?
With little regard for copyrights and issues concerning intellectual property particularly in China, I actually won't be surprised to find a Chris Ruth Steak House over there.
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I love a good USA certified T-bone. I do miss a gyro/pita sandwich that I always got at the shopping area in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The street vendor would chop off lamb roasting on a stick and mix it with some fixing. I just do not remember what it is called.

I am half Korean and half southern red neck from Mississippi. I prefer the American food to Asian food. I just do not like the 5 spices that are in most Asian foods. I do not like my food smelling like perfume. I refuse to be around jasmine rice.

I do eat some oriental foods. I just could not eat the food in Taiwan, but I was able to eat some Korean, and Japanese foods. Wife thought I was going to starve to death, until we found a Ruby Tuesday, Chili’s, Mc Donalds, Toni Roman, Pizza Hut, and a Chris Ruth Steak House.
Did you mean "Ruth's Chris" Steak House?
With little regard for copyrights and issues concerning intellectual property particularly in China, I actually won't be surprised to find a Chris Ruth Steak House over there.
Your right I had type it wrong. But there is a Chris Ruth Steak House that is not the same as Ruth's Chris Steak House. The Chris Ruth Steak House uses Japanese beef, and I never had steak taste so bad in my life. CK Coffee shop/Waffle House uses a higher-grade steak than Chris Ruth Steak House.

Ruth's Chris Steak House in Taiwan imports USDA beef from America. It exaclty like the Ruth's Chris Steak House in USA.

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Roast Beef Of Old England

When mighty roast beef was the Englishman's food
It ennobl'd our veins and enriched our blood
Our soldiers were brave and our courtiers were good
Oh! The roast beef of Old England, and Old English roast beef.

But since we have learned from all vapouring France
To eat their ragouts, as well as to dance.
We are fed up with nothing but vain complaisance
Oh! The roast beef of Old England, and Old English roast beef.

Our fathers, of old, were robust, stout and strong
And kept open house, with good cheer all day long.
Which made their plump tenants rejoyce in this song
Oh! The roast beef of Old England, and Old English roast beef.

But now we are dwindled, to what shall I name
A sneaking poor race, half begotten and tame
Who sully those honours that once shone in fame
Oh! The roast beef of Old England, and Old English roast beef.

When good Queen Elizabeth sat on the throne
E'er coffee and tea and such slip-slops were known
The world was in terror if e'er she did frown.
Oh! The roast beef of Old England, and Old English roast beef.

In those days, if fleets did presume on the main
They seldom, or never, return'd back again
As witness, the vaunting Armada of Spain.
Oh! The roast beef of Old England, and Old English roast beef.

Oh! Then we had stomachs to eat, and to fight
And when wrongs were a-cooking to do ourselves right
But now we're a... I could, but goodnght.
Oh! The roast beef of Old England, and Old English roast beef.
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