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Old 04-09-2008, 10:45 AM   #31
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I was left to my own devices....alone at home........

so what's a man to do?



Gorge on Carbs, Bacon, and Eggs....


I'm not proud folks.....really....
I LOVE THAT! I love a man left to his own devices. Good for you and looks yummy too.........
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Old 04-09-2008, 12:13 PM   #32
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LEFSElover-Glad you got to meet Pauly-great guy-great chef...I learned a lot from him---'Cat-Head' biscuits refer to their size...some Southerner once commented long ago "These biscuits are as big as a cat's head!"-it stuck...traditionally you use a flat blk iron skillet and cook 5 biscuits-good ol' southern buttermilk ones...thanks and enjoy your day.

LPBier-TERRIFIC story!!! I can just see his face-I'll call Pauly-thank you kindly for the info-another chapter in a living legends life...

buckytom-hope you enjoy the flounder...at Commanders we used it on grilled chicken, shrimp and steaks when staff ate-good also...Enjoy!
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