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Old 05-06-2013, 11:21 AM   #11
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... PIES...
Mmmm! Pies!
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My favorite soup is Lentil Soup. I eat it for breakfast.
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I just finished cooking up 7 lbs of fried chicken (all thighs). I'll let it cool then freeze it all up. After all that frying, I do not want fried chicken. We're having a (frozen) pizza for supper.

Currently 80F and it's not too bad with all the frying I've been doing. The vent fan really sucks the heat out.
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Real Skoolies just eat SPAM
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Old 05-07-2013, 12:42 PM   #15
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When I was In Los Angeles, I would often go to the local carnecieri . I always ordered the same thing. A burrito with just beans and cheese.

Of course, I would have to say "un burrito con queso y frijoles solamente por favor".They also had a great dessert called flan.
It was a bread pudding.

The pretty girl who worked there liked me. Actually she wanted to marry me. That was her idea. She had two young children. I was not interested in doing that.

I had a Philipino friend that said he had a friend in the Phillipines who wanted to come to the United States. He said that she was a doctor. He said that she would pay me $3000 to get married to her. Perhaps I should have taken him up on that deal.

Well, back to food.

When I was in northern California, some friends and I used to go to a small but very popular burrito stand. We would get chorizo burritos. They were tasty, but they were VERY hot and spicy. Choriza is a type of sausage.

At my age, I doubt that I could safely ingest that type of stuff anymore. It's like eating Jalapeno peppers. They burn going in AND they burn coming out.
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I honestly don't know what I would do without a microwave now...

Mexican for a midnight snack.
Oh look. Mexican food with English & French text.

Which makes me wonder....

Why is it Delissio in Canada but DiGiorno in the US for the same pizza?
"It's not delivery. It's DiGiorno/Delissio.",
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I used to have an answer for that, Mum, I really did.

But, sadly, I'm related to you and also suffer from CRS. If only I could recall what those initials stood for...

I made Kielbasa and Cabbage for my housemate last night. SHe really enjoyed it. Tonight I'm doing South Carolina Lowcountry cuisine, Shrimp and Cheesy Grits (and I'll be dogged if I could remember how the heck you actually spell the ruddy word). Poor thing has gout so I'm loading hir up on veggies last night and fruit tonight (dessert is peaches, blackberries and raspberries with homemade whipped creme).
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I tried a new shrimp and cheesy grits last weekend...turned out okay...it had onions and bell peppers in it....

it was good; just different

We love some shrimp and grits, and any kind of boil, no matter what kinda critters are in it
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My wifes loves all food also...except green peas she picks them out of anything and everything...she loves green beans though, all kinds (she's weird)
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Dude, are you kidding? I won't touch green peas but love green beans. Ditto for KC (the dog) while she was alive. If it looked anything like a pea she spat it out. Weirdest dang thing I ever saw.
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do you pile them in a far corner of a (round) plate at a restaurant?

You two would get along splendid
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