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Old 06-17-2019, 01:45 AM   #11
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Yesterday I had half and instant cinnamon raisin oatmeal for breakfast.

Lunch was half a Jersey Mike's Original Italian hero (I added some extra red wine vinegar, spices and fresh basil leaves) and half bag of Lays chips.

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Dinner was Chinese - 2 chicken wings and pork fried rice.
Jersey Mike's makes a good sammich. Their Italian done "Mike's Way" is as close to a South Jersey Hoagie as I have found in Texas. We don't have Wise potato chips here, but Lay's are good. A cream soda and some Tastycake Butterscotch Krimpets would make it a grand slam.

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Old 06-17-2019, 09:29 AM   #12
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Jersey Mike's makes a good sammich. Their Italian done "Mike's Way" is as close to a South Jersey Hoagie as I have found in Texas. We don't have Wise potato chips here, but Lay's are good. A cream soda and some Tastycake Butterscotch Krimpets would make it a grand slam.

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Too bad you don't have Wise Chips. What I absolutely love about them, (since childhood) is that no two chips are alike. You even get the ones that the edges are a wee bit on the burnt side. Great flavor.

Now I get the Market Basket "Slightly Salted" ones. Better for the heart. I have turned so many folks onto them. And like Wise chips, no two chips are the same. I wouldn't be surprised to hear that Wise does make them. They have a factory on the other side of the Charles River in Cambridge. You can buy a large tin on chips for parties and other functions.
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Speaking of Potato Chips, Lays has recalled some of their chips.

Lay's Potato Chips Recalled
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