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Old 03-12-2013, 02:57 PM   #1181
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You guys talking beans are making me hungry.
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It's rainin' it's @$$ off here in PA, tonite it's gonna be Chicken Cacciatore over penne, with hot crusty bread, red wine & a Caesar salad.
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Baked round steak with lots of onions and fresh mushrooms, mashed potatoes, peas
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Onions, one of my greatest allies. They wreak havok on my worst enemy. lol
That perfect meal. I love onions, too. And peas. But those mashed potatoes are missing the gravy, right?
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That perfect meal. I love onions, too. And peas. But those mashed potatoes are missing the gravy, right?
The gravy was on the meat. It ended up together on the plate, which ruined a meal when I was a kid.
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The gravy was on the meat. It ended up together on the plate, which ruined a meal when I was a kid.
Haha......it has only been very recently I can tolerate "letting my food touch". I'm a late bloomer.
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Haha......it has only been very recently I can tolerate "letting my food touch". I'm a late bloomer.
You are kidding! I am of the "it all touches in yours stomach anyhow" school of gastronomic thought. Lots of foods taste better together!
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Haha......it has only been very recently I can tolerate "letting my food touch". I'm a late bloomer.
Have you guys ever seen thyat show "MONK"? That's what that reminds me of. If you grew up eating stews and soups and had a problem with food touching you would probably have a real wieght problem now, Not wieghing anything is also a problem. That is definetly wierd in my book. Only if you knew what was in the food that you ate, from seed and dirt to plate. You would probably spend the night with your head in the toilet. JMO
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You are kidding! I am of the "it all touches in yours stomach anyhow" school of gastronomic thought. Lots of foods taste better together!
Watch out, those are fightin' words. Who the heck ever told you that hot dogs, bread, relish and mustard was good together was out of their mind!!

That milk of ceral myth, never happened, not in my house, buddy.

Cheese, pizza sauce, bread and pepperoni is a great snack
individually but who ever thought of mixing them together was just INSANE and needs to be locked up.

I am going to write congress and the mayor of NY. Make this kind of activity a crime and punishible by death.
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Steak and potatos.
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