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Old 05-30-2011, 01:28 AM   #51
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Old 05-30-2011, 01:36 AM   #52
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peeps, oh geez, mofet , the next time you make cheesesteaks, chuck in a twist called a balboa. it'scalled that, i guess, in reference to rocky balboa of philly fame.

toast the bread (hero), then shmear with roasted garlic and butter (and i mean a shmear; not too much), then add shaved beef, raw onions, and top with american and provolone cheeses. put under broiler to heat up and melt cheese.

or make his brother, the giacomo. fry the onions in butter and evoo for just a minute, then toss with shaved beef and fry a minute more. add a ladel of beef gravy, cover and let simmer for a minute, top with sliced provolone, recover until it melts, then slide it on a toasted hero or hard roll.

man, i need a cheesesteak.
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Old 05-30-2011, 01:38 AM   #53
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did you rub them, perhaps???


lol, i would run away if i wasn't so far already, mein bruder.
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Old 05-30-2011, 02:20 AM   #54
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Tom mate I think we are related there are some quite disturbing similarities, Laver seaweed is used in Wales to make Lava Bread (bara lawr) LobScouse(labskause) was a staple of Liverpool my home city. Scousers are notorious for self deprocating sense of humour ie what do you call a scouser in a suit........Guilty M'Lud
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and we're both so good looking....
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This is true
Ps please PM me another un-draped photo to back up your claim of the third nipple
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Old 05-30-2011, 03:21 AM   #57
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at a young age, a riding injury required the removal of my third. i'm quite sorry not to be able to fulfill your query.

however, the fourth is fine,,,
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Locally reared rib of beef, roasted hasselback potoatoes, fresh veg homemade Yorkshire puddings and gravy. On the side fresh horseradish sauce and onion sauce.
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Locally reared rib of beef, roasted hasselback potoatoes, fresh veg homemade Yorkshire puddings and gravy. On the side fresh horseradish sauce and onion sauce.
Where do you live Sadie?
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at a young age, a riding injury required the removal of my third. i'm quite sorry not to be able to fulfill your query.

however, the fourth is fine,,,
My commiserations I too had a serious injury caused by the cross bar on my bike when younger, I was lucky Frankie Valli was very popular at the time
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