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Old 03-26-2015, 12:34 PM   #21
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Bakechef, I can just picture you slapping it out of Rob's hand. "Get that out of your mouth!"

When you wish upon a star...or a biscuit.
I just let him eat it, he has an iron stomach anyway!

On our last trip to Vegas we had a very late dinner at the Mirage buffet. After we were done we all crammed into the rental car. We're on one of the roads behind the strip when somebody says "I smell cheese", rob had squirreled away cubes of smoked Gouda cheese in his shirt pocket and was nibbling on them in the back seat. There are so many stories like this.

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Old 03-26-2015, 12:50 PM   #22
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Rob eats any and all leftovers, he doesn't let anything go to waste. I'm not a big fan of leftovers except for a few things.

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In our family, we call the members like Rob, "the family disposal." My BIL was one. My sister was out shopping. Her husband came home looking for something to eat. Not much in the house. He found an old head of lettuce and put some marshmallow fluff on it. That is a recipe we have never repeated. It was all he could find until my sister got home with the weeks groceries.
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Old 03-26-2015, 01:10 PM   #23
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I just let him eat it, he has an iron stomach anyway!

On our last trip to Vegas we had a very late dinner at the Mirage buffet. After we were done we all crammed into the rental car. We're on one of the roads behind the strip when somebody says "I smell cheese", rob had squirreled away cubes of smoked Gouda cheese in his shirt pocket and was nibbling on them in the back seat. There are so many stories like this.

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Suppose it was better than smelling someone cutting the cheese...
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Old 03-26-2015, 01:22 PM   #24
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I just let him eat it, he has an iron stomach anyway!

On our last trip to Vegas we had a very late dinner at the Mirage buffet. After we were done we all crammed into the rental car. We're on one of the roads behind the strip when somebody says "I smell cheese", rob had squirreled away cubes of smoked Gouda cheese in his shirt pocket and was nibbling on them in the back seat. There are so many stories like this.

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BC, Sounds like you have a marriage made in heaven. You not only got a lifetime mate, but a child in the making. And you don't even have to change diapers.
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Old 03-26-2015, 05:04 PM   #25
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BC, Sounds like you have a marriage made in heaven. You not only got a lifetime mate, but a child in the making. And you don't even have to change diapers.
Well not yet anyway...
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Old 03-26-2015, 05:05 PM   #26
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Suppose it was better than smelling someone cutting the cheese...
Well... I really wish that it was one or the other!
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He found an old head of lettuce and put some marshmallow fluff on it. That is a recipe we have never repeated.
I can understand this recipe not being repeated.

But to each his/her own and tastes do vary.


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What you talk'in bout Willis? I just cut some Swiss for my sandwich and it smelled fine.

Oh wait, I know what you're inferring.

Shame on you.
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Old 03-27-2015, 08:35 AM   #28
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I aim for two, but will go three. After that, it's unlikely. If I've been eating it for three days, I'm so sick of it that it's not heartbreaking to dump.
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I have two dogs and a cat. I don't worry about leftovers older than 3 days, because they never last that long.
But the big solution I've found, for me, is that I've learned to cook just for two with no leftovers.
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If it's something like soup or stew, that can be heated to boiling every day, it can last a long time. I had to use that method when my freezer was one of those little ones for ice cubes and ice cream.
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