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Old 09-11-2011, 12:46 PM   #201
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I'm thawing a flank steak for the grill and will be doing the recently posted version of dutch oven potatoes here An 'udderly' splendid dish along with a salad.
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Old 09-11-2011, 12:52 PM   #202
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ribs are going in the smoker. maybe trout and sausage as well. i'm going food shopping right now.

broiled buffalo wings, popcorn, and hummus with veggies during the games.

oh yeah, i also started a banana, honey, and flax seed whole wheat bread in the breadmaker.
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Old 09-11-2011, 01:26 PM   #203
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What caught my eye was when the poster said they could pile it higher. Nothing wrong with an extra layer of lasagna
Excellent point, Pac!

I just realized I posted in the wrong thread. Meant to post in what's for dinner. Oops!
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Old 09-11-2011, 01:40 PM   #204
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Excellent point, Pac!

I just realized I posted in the wrong thread. Meant to post in what's for dinner. Oops!

It's like having two dinner threads going on
I'll have to go back through this thread and see what it's about. Maybe it's just to talk football smack.
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Old 09-11-2011, 01:44 PM   #205
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It's like having two dinner threads going on
I'll have to go back through this thread and see what it's about. Maybe it's just to talk football smack.
Well, after reading the first page, it would seem like it's a discussion on whether it's OK to put mayonnaise on a hot dog, and that Frank is making the same thing this year that he made last year
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Well, after reading the first page, it would seem like it's a discussion on whether it's OK to put mayonnaise on a hot dog, and that Frank is making the same thing this year that he made last year
Thanks! I feel better now!
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Old 09-11-2011, 02:02 PM   #207
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mayo on a hot dog? hmmm, before i say gack, i should try it. i like mayo on a ham sammich, so maybe.

but my first thought is still gack!
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mayo on a hot dog? hmmm, before i say gack, i should try it. i like mayo on a ham sammich, so maybe.

but my first thought is still gack!
I've never made a hot-dog at home that I ate without mayo on it.

Yum! I use Miracle Whip. It's my favorite of all Mayos.
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I've never made a hot-dog at home that I ate without mayo on it.

Yum! I use Miracle Whip. It's my favorite of all Mayos.

I don't use mayo on hot dogs any more but I did once upon a time and it was quite tasty. My tastes have changed and now I use mustard. I still use mayo, just on different stuff, like french fries.
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Old 09-11-2011, 03:28 PM   #210
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i'm a mustard freak having about a dozen types at home at any time, so mustard on a dog is a natural thing. mayo to me is for beef, tuna, pasta and potato salad. and the occasional cold ham sammy.

i'm going to have to give this a try considering my respect for the people who are recommending it.

but it's just a try. .gack?
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