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Old 10-24-2010, 04:49 PM   #61
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A good looking win...

I had gumbo.. hmm.. wonder if we ate the Saint's mojo...
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Old 10-31-2010, 11:46 AM   #62
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So we are on the bye this week.

I do have hot dogs for lunch today, but won't be having the proper tail gate.

See ya next week!
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Old 10-31-2010, 12:49 PM   #63
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The Patriots are up against the Vikings and their drama queen QB. Since it's also Halloween we're ordering pizzas.
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Next time, I'll bring the okra!
Okra would have been a good addition.
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So we are on the bye this week.

I do have hot dogs for lunch today, but won't be having the proper tail gate.

See ya next week!
But breakfast was Crab Benedict with freshly picked crab heaped on an English muffin topped with a perfectly poached egg and dripping with freshly-made Hollandaise sauce. You can serve hot dogs for lunch without apology.

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Old 10-31-2010, 03:19 PM   #66
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But breakfast was Crab Benedict with freshly picked crab heaped on an English muffin topped with a perfectly poached egg and dripping with freshly-made Hollandaise sauce. You can serve hot dogs for lunch without apology.

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YUM!!!!
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Old 10-31-2010, 03:33 PM   #67
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But breakfast was Crab Benedict with freshly picked crab heaped on an English muffin topped with a perfectly poached egg and dripping with freshly-made Hollandaise sauce. You can serve hot dogs for lunch without apology.

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Zowwee, Kathleen !! That man's a keeper!!

Kinda cleansed that squirrely meat from the palate, huh?
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The Crab Benedict was absolutely fabulous. Seriously.

Kayelle, you would love the squirrel. It would go with sesame noodles.
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Old 11-07-2010, 09:36 AM   #69
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Last night I ground up a bunch of chuck to make burgers (also put two 1 pound packages in the freezer). So we have cheeseburgers (with Boars Head sharp cheddar) and hot dogs (with ketchup available).

Gonna light the grill in an hour or so.

Andy, sad to say but I can't support ya this week. ;)


What are you tailgating with this week?
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Last night I ground up a bunch of chuck to make burgers (also put two 1 pound packages in the freezer). So we have cheeseburgers (with Boars Head sharp cheddar) and hot dogs (with ketchup available).

Gonna light the grill in an hour or so.

Andy, sad to say but I can't support ya this week. ;)


What are you tailgating with this week?

Frank, you guys eat early!

I didn't expect your support today. I want you to know that's OK and you have my sympathy.

SO requested another pot roast today and I wouldn't usually say no to that. I really like pot roast.
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