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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by Hannie Caulder, Mar 30, 2018.
Dammit, I wish I had known earlier. tom.
Baked spaghetti and garlic cheese toast.
A good vet could have saved that animal.
Never mind the Dinty Moore...It's all about the Mancini's bread! You could slick their bread up with Alpo and it'd taste great.
Edit: Correct spelling error.
A properly prepared cut of good beef should try to get away when you stick the fork into it.
Pepperoni is wonderful, and it's the number 1 pizza topping everywhere in the U.S., except Chicago, where sausage it number 1.
T-minus 30 minutes...
Yea, people from Chicago sure like the sausage.
I ate my fair share when I was a kid too. I haven't had it in a long time. It might be time to buy a can.
Thai coconut curry w/ snap pea slaw on a bed of millet.
I had my 4 year TKR dr. appointment yesterday and stopped on the way home and picked up a small Casey's Meat Galore pizza.
So a romaine salad and a slice.
I am glad to say that thanks to @G19Tony I have had Casey’s pizza!
I mean he didn’t take me out on a date and buy it for me, he mentioned it in a thread and told me I should try it next time I was out that way.
Although I wouldn’t say no if he offered...
Chicken thighs on the grill, baked potato, fresh tomato with mayo salt pepper, beer.
Mac n cheese and baby Lima’s.
I'm making a big pot of jambalaya for the UGA v ND game tonight. And a couple of peanut butter pies.
HUNKER DOWN DAWGS!
So what did you think of it?
The first time I was hungover and needed something to put on my stomach so I could take a GoodyPowder.
It was freaking awesome!
The second time I just needed fast food so I could keep heading down the road and it was alright.
As tony suggested, if you take it home and jazz it up I am sure it improves it immensely.
Most likely leftovers tonight; no time to cook.
I went to the store this morning, and they had smoked ham neck bones on clearance with expiration date in 2 days, so I picked up several packages. Came home and started making smoked ham stock and currently have 7 quarts in the pressure canner with at least a couple more cycles of canning to go. I'll use the stock for soups and stews and freeze the ham bits from the bones for seasoning beans, collard greens, etc.