Tommy Rodriguez
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Simple Sesame Noodles. This is a very simple recipe. You can eat them by themselves. You can pair them with delicious roasted beef tenderloin. You can load them with red bell pepper, fresh cilantro, or cooked, chopped shrimp.

Simple Sesame Noodles. This is a very simple recipe. You can eat them by themselves. You can pair them with delicious roasted beef tenderloin. You can load them with red bell pepper, fresh cilantro, or cooked, chopped shrimp.

This Asian rice pilaf brings rice to a new level with it's wonderfully savory flavor and tastes amazing paired with grilled meats or fish.

This Asian rice pilaf brings rice to a new level with it's wonderfully savory flavor and tastes amazing paired with grilled meats or fish.

Chickpea stew is a hearty and comforting stew that goes well with rice. It is simple to make and delicious. Chickpea is low in fat, good source of protein.

Chickpea stew is a hearty and comforting stew that goes well with rice. It is simple to make and delicious. Chickpea is low in fat, good source of protein.

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the hair is awesome enough, the mustache just makes him a swag hound!

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where is my mind? Misbhv SS15

Jun Tsuji, later Ryūkitsu Mizushima (辻 潤 Tsuji Jun?, October 4, 1884 – November 24, 1944) was a Japanese author: a poet, essayist, playwright, and translator. He has also been described as a Dadaist, nihilist, Epicurean, shakuhachi musician, actor, feminist, and bohemian. He translated Max Stirner's The Ego and Its Own and Cesare Lombroso's The Man of Genius into Japanese.

Jun Tsuji, later Ryūkitsu Mizushima (辻 潤 Tsuji Jun?, October 4, 1884 – November 24, 1944) was a Japanese author: a poet, essayist, playwright, and translator. He has also been described as a Dadaist, nihilist, Epicurean, shakuhachi musician, actor, feminist, and bohemian. He translated Max Stirner's The Ego and Its Own and Cesare Lombroso's The Man of Genius into Japanese.