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Old 03-28-2014, 04:41 AM   #2971
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Yes Sir. I remember the sweet tea, when freshly made, was not uniformly cold, parts were kinda warm, parts were cold. But good stuff!
i didn't remember that until you just mentioned it! i remember my grandmother brewing tea and putting it into a big glass gallon jar and putting lots of ice cubes into it to cool it down. then you would pour it off into a glass filled with ice, and it had cold and warm spots like you described.
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i didn't remember that until you just mentioned it! i remember my grandmother brewing tea and putting it into a big glass gallon jar and putting lots of ice cubes into it to cool it down. then you would pour it off into a glass filled with ice, and it had cold and warm spots like you described.
Yes Sir, and you can't beat that taste, at least in my opinion. I was raised on sweet tea, but nothing beats that fresh warm/cold taste of the freshest ice tea.
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Yes Sir, and you can't beat that taste, at least in my opinion. I was raised on sweet tea, but nothing beats that fresh warm/cold taste of the freshest ice tea.
we buy Red Diamond brand of sweet tea and IMO, it's the best store bought sweet tea i have ever tasted. pretty close to my grandmother's tea.
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we buy Red Diamond brand of sweet tea and IMO, it's the best store bought sweet tea i have ever tasted. pretty close to my grandmother's tea.
Red Diamond is good. Just does not beat the fresh made, warm cold taste. Once the tea is cooled, don't think you could tell the difference.

Went to 'The Kitchen' for lunch the other day, and got a glass of warm cold tea, brought back memories.

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Don't do much with the facebook, but this one I will share, in case you are ever in the area. https://www.facebook.com/thekitcheninmonroe
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we buy Red Diamond brand of sweet tea and IMO, it's the best store bought sweet tea i have ever tasted. pretty close to my grandmother's tea.
I always brew my own iced tea. It only takes a few minutes and it's so much better than store bought.
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Yesterday I walked to town and had a subway black forest ham on some kind of new halapino (spelling) bread with pepperjack cheese, lettuce, spinach, pickles, honey mustard, oil and vinegar, salt, yellow peppers and halapinos (spelling again) and tomatoes. Ate the first half last night, (yummy) and the second half after church today. (not as good as a left over for lunch)

My mouth was tingling for an hour
I love Subway. The jalapeno bread and jalapeno peppers make for a spicy sandwich that you usually get to enjoy twice!
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something the wife cooked, pun intended!

she made a mixture of ground meat, refried beans, rice and cheese, put themin soft taco shells in a casserole dish and baked them for about thirty minutes. they were not bad. she's still going to fine-tune the recipe a bit. the taco shells were not evenly cooked. the tops were a bit too crunchy and were a bit chewy on the bottom. but they tasted good.
You might think about turning the tacos half way through the cooking time. Also, consider laying the tacos on one of those ventilated pizza pans to let more of the oven heat go directly to the bottom side.
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Drat. I can't eat shellfish anymore.

I had popcorn with shredded cheddar cheese and truffle salt.
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i like seafood, alot! i'd be sad if i couldn't eat it anymore.

i like lots of different types of food. many years ago on my first trip into Southern Lousiana, i got my first taste of Cajun food and i have liked it ever since. i like food with flavor and spice. i can't stand bland or tasteless food.
Shellfish allergy does not mean no seafood. Just no crab, lobster, oysters, clams, crawfish. But Mahi-mahi, catfish, salmon, halibut, etc. may still be OK. Need to check with the doctor to see if all are included or not.
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growing up, my grandparents called lunch, dinner, and supper was served in the evening.
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Actually that was the way I grew up, noon was dinner and evening was supper.
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Always called it lunch, never could figure out the dinner/supper subtleties.
So, become hobbits... morning sweets, breakfast, early snack, elevenses, lunch, cakes, mid-day snacks, .... Then you get to start the afternoon...
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Porterhouse Steak, medium to well, Chips (fries) and Salad.
Washed down with a couple of Becks Beers.

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