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Old 10-14-2004, 03:16 PM   #1
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Your preferences?

mayonnaise or miracle whip? (mayo for me. always.)
margarine or butter? (butter, my own homemade, preferably.)
ranch, Italian or French? (Italian w/ a little bleu cheese thrown in)
scrambled or fried eggs? (scrambled. very lighty. with pepper.)
baked or mashed potatoes? (mashed. unless i'm haveing a steak.)
brown gravy or chicken gravy? (brown.)
rice Krispies or Cheerios? (rice Krispies.)
cream of wheat or oatmeal? (cream of wheat. instant strawberry.)
lentil or split pea? (canned-split pea. homemade-lentil.)
wide egg noodles or extra fine egg noodles? (x-fine for me!)
Pepsi or Coke? (caffiene-free Coke.)
diet or regular? (regular.)
spaghetti or another shape? (angelhair and linguine.)
chocolate or vanilla? (vanilla.)
cool ranch or original diritos? (cool ranch.)
slim-jims or beef jerkey? (jerkey. has to be Wild Bill's. with a nice cold one.
alfredo, marinara, meat sauce, or pesto? (toss-up between marinara and pesto.)

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Old 10-14-2004, 03:30 PM   #2
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mayonnaise or miracle whip? Mayo & it has to be Dukes!!

margarine or butter? buutter when I can afford it

ranch, Italian or French? Ranch

scrambled or fried eggs? scrambled w/cheese

baked or mashed potatoes? depends on what i'm eating & if i have a baked potato I want butter, sour cream, & chives on it

brown gravy or chicken gravy? here again depends on what I'm having

rice Krispies or Cheerios? Honey Nut Cheerios of Apple Cinnamon

cream of wheat or oatmeal? oatmeal

lentil or split pea? split pea

wide egg noodles or extra fine egg noodles? either one

Pepsi or Coke? either one(I can't really tell a diffrence between the 2)

diet or regular? regular but I do like the diet coke with lime

spaghetti or another shape? angle hair(but I like all shapes)

chocolate or vanilla? vanilla

cool ranch or original diritos? cool ranch

slim-jims or beef jerkey? i like them both

alfredo, marinara, meat sauce, or pesto? love them all, but alfredo the most
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Old 10-14-2004, 03:38 PM   #3
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mayonnaise or miracle whip? (I can't stand either. I hate eggs and egg products)
margarine or butter? (butter, no contest there)
ranch, Italian or French? (I will skip all three and go for the parmesan peppercorn)
scrambled or fried eggs? (see question 1)
baked or mashed potatoes? (mashed, especially if there is gravy )
brown gravy or chicken gravy? (chicken, but really give me any kind of gravy. I think it should be it's own food group and should be a daily requirement, well for me at least.)
rice Krispies or Cheerios? (Rice Krispies.)
cream of wheat or oatmeal? (I am not a big breakfast eater and haven't had cream of wheat in probably over 20 years so I am not really sure, but I guess I will go with cream of wheat. )
lentil or split pea? (moms split pea soup with cut up hot dogs in it.)
wide egg noodles or extra fine egg noodles? (depends on what they are going with)
Pepsi or Coke? (Coke.)
diet or regular? (regular.)
spaghetti or another shape? (angelhair, but also see the egg noodle question.)
chocolate or vanilla? (chocolate)
cool ranch or original diritos? (very tough choice, but I guess if I HAD to pick then I would go with original)
slim-jims or beef jerkey? (Neither)
alfredo, marinara, meat sauce, or pesto? (meat sauce first, but pesto as a very close second.)
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Old 10-14-2004, 03:39 PM   #4
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Yikes! I think we should call The Food Patrol on you two!
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Old 10-14-2004, 03:40 PM   #5
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Re: your preferences?

luvs, you make your own butter???? do you sew your own dresses and pour your own lead shot too????? lol. if so, wanna get married???????

for me:
mayo or miracle whip? soy mayo, called nayonnaise (you can't tell the difference)
margarine or butter? butter
ranch, Italian or French? french, then italian, bleu cheese uber alles
scrambled or fried eggs? fried, with taylor ham
baked or mashed potatoes? mashed with garlic, baked with lawry's seasoned salt, (i'm irish, can i have both in the same meal???)
brown gravy or chicken gravy? brown (you forgot red)
rice Krispies or Cheerios? rice Krispies, inhaled :D
cream of wheat or oatmeal? irish steel cut (?) oatmeal
lentil or split pea? home made split pea. canned organic lentil
wide egg noodles or extra fine egg noodles? x-wide
Pepsi or Coke? Coke, all kinds
diet or regular? diet
spaghetti or another shape? all pastas; the right pasta for the right sauce
chocolate or vanilla? candy=chocolate, ice cream=vanilla
cool ranch or original diritos? original doritos
slim-jims or beef jerkey? jerky. home made or tillamook (preferrably the habanero spiced one)
alfredo, marinara, meat sauce, or pesto? yes please
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Which 2? I didn't do anything. I will plead the 5th!
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Old 10-14-2004, 03:49 PM   #7
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crewsk, when I said "you two" I meant you and luvs. Doritos, Slim Jims and Pepsi/Coke - I put better stuff in my garbage can!
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hey, let's all raid otter's garbage!!!!!!!! good eatin', and readin i'll bet....
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Old 10-14-2004, 03:51 PM   #9
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I don't induldge in them that often. Just when I need a pick me up. I put better stuff in my garbage can too!
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Old 10-14-2004, 03:52 PM   #10
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Gawd! The raccoons have been after my garbage, and now buckytom too!
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