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Old 06-02-2013, 09:48 PM   #1581
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B-B-Que ribeye, medium rare, green beans done like grandma made them, (a little bacon grease), bisquits, onions done in butter and a pasta salad. Man what a great supper.

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Taco salad.

I hereby nominate limbkiller as the official ftf chef.
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I'm waiting on my late wife to make dinner.

She's not dead, just never been on time for anything.
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Hey limbkiller, why do you have an alarm clock on the dinner table? Strict schedule?
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I'm waiting on my late wife to make dinner.

She's not dead, just never been on time for anything.
I'm glad you clarified that.

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Hey limbkiller, why do you have an alarm clock on the dinner table? Strict schedule?
I think it looks like a digital kitchen scale.
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Hey limbkiller, why do you have an alarm clock on the dinner table? Strict schedule?
That's the clock on the coffee pot. LOL
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I think it looks like a digital kitchen scale.
Seriously? ROFL! It does not appear as though Limbkiller is counting his calories!
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We did brisket with beans and potato salad last night. I skipped breakfast as I was still full.
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'Round here, lotsa folks call lunch, "dinner"....

Went to the farmer's market.
Got some snap beans on the stove, and ear of corn and a big tater wrapped up in foil on the grill with some butter, and a peach chillin in the fridge.
Stopped by the grocery store on the way back to the office, and grabbed a steak to throw on too.
Life is good when you have a grill at your office.
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'Round here, lotsa folks call lunch, "dinner"...
Reminds me of a funny story. My sister had a farm up in Wisconsin for a while. She invited the neighbors over for "dinner". They showed up at lunch time and my sister was filthy from doing chores and totally unprepared. She was embarassed and asked them if they could return around 5:00 PM.
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