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Old 06-10-2013, 10:30 PM   #1621
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Grilled chicken whole wheat flatbread with lettuce and mayo, Apple pie.

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Turkey sausage and Steak shish kabobs, with bell peper, squash, onion, tomato, and mushrooms.

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Sausage & onion pizza, a side of broccoli-rabe, sautéed with garlic in olive oil and (you guessed it) a Yuengling Original Lager!

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Old 06-10-2013, 11:01 PM   #1624
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I used to put catsup on my cottage cheese when I was a sprog.
we put Fruit, Nuts, Cinnamon (cuts high blood sugar readings in Half!) in ours
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Old 06-10-2013, 11:34 PM   #1625
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Default Burger King Rib Sandwich

I had a Burger King Rib Sandwich (among others). I love the McDonalds one although I learned how they form it and the chemicals they use and am off them now as I am on the rest of McDonald's menu except coffee, Sausage Burrito, and apple pies.

The Burger King sandwich started off poorly. Maybe it was the barbecue sauce. I'm not a fan -- less is more unless you grill it off the meat. No, there wasn't too much sauce. The bread was interesting -- a round, dense, roll which was nice enough. But the meat itself wasn't flavorful enough to make a breakthrough. Yeah, it grew on me though. I would not turn a free one down...

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Fried up a bait of okra to go with some country fried Bambi-mama, rice and gravy.

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Fried up a bait of okra to go with some country fried Bambi-mama, rice and gravy.
Does that come from the good state of Okrahoma?
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Well thanks for your diner menu,I'll call my Cardiologist in the morning and order my fourth stint,we'll talk after the procedure,OK I'll buy lunch you got it,I'll even go for a Banana Split loaded with whipped cream.

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Old 06-12-2013, 06:09 AM   #1629
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hot wings, french fries and garlic bread. Mmmmmm gooood!

heartburn will be kicking in later though!

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