• Do we need an excuse to link to a sneak peek of the 2012 Detroit Lions cheerleader calendar and sink to the lowest attempt to get clicks by shamelessly leading with a picture of a nameless cheerleader in a bikini? Well, it is Friday
  • A Chinese restaurant in Atlanta won’t be receiving any more orders from Falcons kicker Matt Bryant. This is what happens when the delivery man steals the customer’s golf clubs, and then sells them for ecstasy pills.
  • Antonio Cromartie changed his hitting technique to avoid getting fined or hurting an opposing receiver. So instead he’s the one left recovering from an injury.
  • Peyton Hillis had to defend his decision to sit out the Browns’ Week 3 win over Miami due to a bout with strep throat that caused him to lose 10-12 pounds.
  • Some important people in Washington want Roger Goodell and DeMaurice Smith to meet and further discuss the implementation of HGH testing in the NFL.
  • Tony Romo has been poked with a few needles in recent weeks, and he’ll likely be jabbed with at least one more prior to Dallas’ game this Sunday against Detroit.
  • Often when injuries begin to pile up it’s the lesser known or recognized role players who are missed the most, like Raiders special teams ace Hiram Eugene.
  • It’s good to see that Gus Johnson’s talented and entertaining play-by-play voice is being assigned to marquee games.
  • Seahawks linebacker Aaron Curry is reportedly on the trading block, and at least three teams have shown interest.
  • Kerry Collins is still struggling with concussion-like symptoms, so the Colts are preparing Curtis Painter for his first start Monday night. What’s amazing–and perhaps a little sad–is that a Monday night game with Curtis friggin Painter as a starting quarterback will still likely get better TV ratings than playoff baseball.
  • Mike Ditka would like to spit on Jeff Pearlman, the author of the new Walter Payton book set to be released next week.

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  1. What I didn’t realize was how much better Asian food could be than what my experience of it was. A lot of Chinese cuisine in America is actually nothing like the traditional style. It is much too greasy, and dominated by a simple array of flavors that doesn’t really capture the complexity of Asian cooking…

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  2. Different countries have their own specialties in foods. Guess a spot where you can have all these tastes under one roof without roaming the whole world and that too at the same time. Yes, you are right! It’s a restaurant. Here we will discuss about the Asian cuisines and restaurants. Asians are specially known for their versatility in food and food culture. Each part of the continent is full of different kinds of appetizers to satisfy the hunger and urge of each of the food loving person. But it’s wrong on my part if I only discuss about the Asian continent because even in the outer part also Asian food is in great demands and thus attracting foodies towards themselves irrespective of the geographic barrier or taste variations or rather price distinctions. Asian food restaurants are thus turning out day by day to be the best choice of the food loving crowd of world. Either international tastes or hardcore in house tastes, these restaurants are charged with best of the world class chefs who not only are enough competent to smile at you with satisfaction regarding the food but also proliferates their duty to much wider areas of the restaurants like that of the customer service fragments, clearance of food related issues etc…

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