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Old 01-19-2019, 05:34 PM   #21
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Any guests behind your walls? I remember that from when I was a kid. I bought the big soft cover book with several of his stories in it. Pit and pendulum got to me.
I don't like poetry, as such, but I am drawn to Edgar Allan Poe. I'm not sure that is a good thing. There is a darkness to his poetry that appeals to me. Again, I'm not sure that is a good thing.

As for dinner, I am eating major league trash food. I had some leftover mini hot dog thingies, that have a name that escapes me right now. And, I had some crescent rolls dough -- and good stone ground mustard. My "Tell-Tale Heart" is probably pretty pissed off about now, but I've already told it to get over it. It's not like it is something new.

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Anybody remember the Alan Parson's project? Here is an album retelling some of the horror stories of Edgar Allen Poe...
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Old 01-19-2019, 07:10 PM   #23
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We just had nachos and some home made all beef sausage in German Mustard my bro brought me back from his vaycay..
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Old 01-19-2019, 07:16 PM   #24
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Chicken veggie soup over brown rice topped with fresh grated parm reg & pecorino romano cheeses.

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I also made DD#2 homemade cream of broccoli cheddar soup (no picture).
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Old 01-19-2019, 07:39 PM   #25
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Lamb shanks, creamy mash tatters carrots and cabbage oh, and corn
Pavlova dessert.

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Old 01-19-2019, 07:41 PM   #26
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I don't like poetry, as such, but I am drawn to Edgar Allan Poe. I'm not sure that is a good thing. There is a darkness to his poetry that appeals to me. Again, I'm not sure that is a good thing.

As for dinner, I am eating major league trash food. I had some leftover mini hot dog thingies, that have a name that escapes me right now. And, I had some crescent rolls dough -- and good stone ground mustard. My "Tell-Tale Heart" is probably pretty pissed off about now, but I've already told it to get over it. It's not like it is something new.

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Hillshire Farms Lit'l Smokies?

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I love those now and then.
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Old 01-19-2019, 07:47 PM   #27
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What great sounding dinners all around here.

I had the last of the spaghetti, small salad, and garlicky bread this afternoon. I don't make a batch of spaghetti very often but when I do, I have no problem eating it for a few days in a row.
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Shrimp & mussels over linguine. With Sriracha diced tomatoes.



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Old 01-19-2019, 08:37 PM   #29
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Anybody remember the Alan Parson's project? Here is an album retelling some of the horror stories of Edgar Allen Poe...
I actually watched an Alan Parsons Project concert after this topic was posted. It wasn't the EAP album, but they did play "The Raven."

My college roommate and I were both audiophiles, and both worked construction jobs during the summer months. We both liked Alan Parsons, which means the whole dorm liked Alan Parsons.

We both graduated, too. It took him five years. I did it in four.



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Amontillado as a braising liquid? Nevermore! Besides, I thought you guys in the Republic of Texas only drink beer and tequila.

Grilling is out of the question tonight. It's started to snow, and we should be getting a foot or so by early tomorrow. Tonight's dinner will be beef and pepper stir fry, served over brown rice.
We drink darn near anything with a kick to it down here.

We got a dusting of snow this morning. Forget grilling, I didn't even get out of bed until noon. An inch of snow in Dallas is a day off, six inches is good for a week off... a foot is is the end of days -- time to start prayin'.

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