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Old 06-28-2011, 08:45 PM   #51
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Their hash browns are the BEST.
INDEED! I had an opportunity to ask one of their corporate peeps why they switched to jalepeno peppers from the spicy banana peppers for the hashbrowns; he indicated it had to do with shelf life.

Good stuff has happened to me at the Waffle House, regularly. When i first purchased my used Dodge Dakota some years ago, i was eating at my favorite Waffle House when some old guy came in and asked "who is driving that red dodge?". My heart sank as i figured he had bumped it; turned out he had traded it in a few weeks before. He gave me the trucks detailed life history and told me where he always had it serviced and how to get a record of service from the place.
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OK, a little "Googling" yielded this:

A popular drink in Asia, bubble tea can also be found in some U.S. restaurants and cafes. Use this simple recipe to make your own refreshing bubble tea at home.

Boba (Bubble) Tea

What is Bubble Tea?
The bubbles in the tea are actually large tapioca pearls, which add an interesting consistency to the drink. This is a cold drink, so you need to make the tea well ahead of time so it has plenty of time to chill. Bubble tea is very popular in Asia, and it is beginning to gain popularity in the United States.

Bubble Tea Ingredients
For this recipe you need:
•black tea
•large tapioca pearls
•milk
•ice
•sweetener

You also need a cocktail shaker for mixing together the drink, and extra wide straws for drinking up those bubbles.

Prepare the Tea
Begin by making a pot of black tea. While the tea is still hot sweeten it with sugar or honey. Generally, you will want to use about 1 tbsp. of sweetener per cup of tea. It is better to use less than more, because you can always add more later. Now, chill the tea in the refrigerator.

Boil the Tapioca Pearls

Tapioca is very delicate, so you want to make it right before putting the bubble tea together. Boil some water in a large saucepan. When the water is boiling, add one cup of tapioca pearls. Stir them up so they do not stick to the bottom. Follow the cooking directions for the type of tapioca that you are using. Generally, you want to let the tapioca boil for 25 minutes, then turn off the heat and let them sit covered in warm water for another 25 minutes.

Assemble the Bubble Tea

Drain the tapioca and rinse it with warm water. Add the tapioca pearls to the bottom of the cups. Pour one part tea, one part milk and some ice into the cocktail shaker. Give it a good shake so everything gets mixed up. Pour the milk, tea, and ice over the tapioca and enjoy the drink through one of the thick straws.
You forgot to add bubble tea is awesome.
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I'm really getting to hate Waffle House. I have to be at work at 03:30 and WH is the ONLY place open at 02:00. I used to enjoy stopping in once in a while, especially while travelling up north, and having country ham. Now where I live that's all I can get. Not an eggs benedict or corned beef hash to be found for miles and miles.

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you know I love to talk about my bowls and my movements and food. I just prefer to NOT do that in the same thread.
Know what they say..."don't sh&t where you eat." Never thought I would be able to use that in a literal sense...
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The only thing that beats my wife's biscuits and gravy is my grandma's biscuits and gravy
Grandma's cooking always beats the wife's cooking.

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Good lord...bacon, steak, eggs, sausage, biscuits and gravy, is that even a breakfast food? Haven't you folks heard of the ongoing cholesterol problem in this country?
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Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, martini in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming "WOO- HOO what a ride!"
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LOL...truly words to live by...thanks.
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Wasn't there someone on here (or was it another forum) that said he sits on his toilet backwards in the morning so he could finish his breakfast while he poops? He uses the tank lid as a table.

It must have been someone from 'that other forum' I sometimes go to.

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Wasn't there someone on here (or was it another forum) that said he sits on his toilet backwards in the morning so he could finish his breakfast while he poops? He uses the tank lid as a table.

It must have been someone from 'that other forum' I sometimes go to.
Did you really have to ask?? It was Shihan!
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Did you really have to ask?? It was Shihan!
ROFL. Really? Prove it!! Find the post!
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Have you ever sat on the toilet backwards, so you could use the tank top as a table to finish your bowl of Ravioli?

Yeah, me niether.
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