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Old 06-14-2013, 09:48 AM   #1641
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I love fried corn. After a big corn roast cut off the cob and fry in butter the next day is delicious.

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My DW made Shrimp & Grits for Fathers Day!


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Limbkiller, that looks too good to be on a paper plate!

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Can we have a sticky of Limbkiller recipe's? Seriously...

Turkey Chili on white rice.

And who the heck ever has leftover's from Taco Bell? And is brave enough to eat them!? Factoid: the founder's name was "Bell."

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Can we have a sticky of Limbkiller recipe's? Seriously...

Turkey Chili on white rice.

And who the heck ever has leftover's from Taco Bell? And is brave enough to eat them!? Factoid: the founder's name was "Bell."
The loaded baked potato grilled burritos are killer! Fresh or reheated, they are addictive.
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I'm having Filet Mignon wrapped in bacon on the grill, home made French Onion soup, home made potato salad and corn bread. Pics to follow.
Sounds yummy!! I LOVE French onion soup.
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Sounds yummy!! I LOVE French onion soup.
Well, the soup was pretty good. But it had very resemblance to French Onion soup. It seemed to turn out to be my own onion soup concoction. Seriously, I'll post pictures after Balota heads back home. We have been crazy busy have a wonderfully fun time.
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Yesterday I had a delicious Prime Rib dinner in a nice little restaurant somewhere in Wisconsin. I had an appetizer of bbq pork and cream cheese rolled in a wonton wrapper and dipped in bbq sauce. Delicious. Then I had a mushroom brie soup. Almost indescribably tasty. Then Prime Rib, garlic mashed potatoes and garlic bread. I was starving when I went in to the restaurant but filled up quickly and couldn't finish the Prime Rib.

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Scrambled eggs with a touch of half and half, to fluff them up, and shredded cheese thrown in. Sliced mater, fried bologna and biscuits.

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Lunch yesterday for my son and I. Little country store close to where I deer hunt sells these sandwiches for $4. Was fishing a farm pond with him and my grandson so we stopped.

Roast beef, swiss cheese, mater, lettuce, onion and mayo.


Virginia ham and turkey, lettuce, onion, chedder cheese and mustard.


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