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    Ike's diet

    In the latest Sport's Illustrated there was an article on Ike's diet. It goes as follows.

    - fruit and yogurt for breakfast.

    - lunch is left overs from last night's dinner.

    - dinner is always eaten at one of 6 steak houses, where he usually has fish, asparagus, etc.

    - repeat process every single day.

    He said he ALWAYS eats dinner out and always has the left overs for lunch. Also has some red wine.

    He also mentioned his "naps" as part of his diet, saying they are great for you in the middle of the day. I don't know if anyone has the heart to tell him that naps do not qualify as any part of a diet. They have behaviors, but nothing to do with your diet.

    I feel sorry for people who have no ability to cook meals at home. I can't imagine living like that.

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    Why do you care if he goes out for dinner every night? Hes rich, he can do that

    "I cant imagine living like that" lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by K Train View Post
    Why do you care if he goes out for dinner every night? Hes rich, he can do that

    "I cant imagine living like that" lol
    I don't care if I had 10x his $; not experiencing the joy of cooking lessens the quality of life. There is something rewarding about making awesome meals at home, on the grill, etc. Yes, and it's far more expensive to eat out, but that isn't why I don't want to do it all the time. There is a joy to cooking at home. Heck, I can make a full blow filet mignon steak dinner, with baked potatoes, tosses salad for around $20 for two. And my steaks are as good or better than anything I can buy out. Matter of fact, almost no eateries steaks can even tie mine. Most are inferior.

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    Another quality thread

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    Hell if I could get rid of my kitchen I'd be perfectly happy. Who wants to slave over a stove when you can spend quality time with your wife and kids (if you have them)


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    it's hard to cook only for yourself, I don't blame Ike at all for going out to dinner every night...

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    i enjoy cooking but i would go out often if i could afford it.
    i would mix it up tho. fish and asparagus would kill me. not to mention wine

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    Quote Originally Posted by sick beats View Post
    I don't care if I had 10x his $; not experiencing the joy of cooking lessens the quality of life. There is something rewarding about making awesome meals at home, on the grill, etc. Yes, and it's far more expensive to eat out, but that isn't why I don't want to do it all the time. There is a joy to cooking at home. Heck, I can make a full blow filet mignon steak dinner, with baked potatoes, tosses salad for around $20 for two. And my steaks are as good or better than anything I can buy out. Matter of fact, almost no eateries steaks can even tie mine. Most are inferior.
    Ike has a lot more $20 bills than you and there is something rewarding about making boatloads of money for NOT cooking his own meals.

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    Very true. He will never get the joy of cooking racks of ribs, steaks, beans, etc like Vince Wilfork in this video:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie Spaghetti View Post
    Another quality thread

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    I know my life is fulfilled by gaining the knowledge that Ike Taylor's pee must smell really funny since he has asparagus twice per day every day.


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