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Old 04-06-2005, 10:32 AM   #1921
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it's such a slow night, thier, huh?
crewsk, thanks for the meal, it was excellent.
where's boss at?
I'm glad you enjoyed it luvs!!
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Old 04-06-2005, 10:53 AM   #1922
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*Tying on apron, starting coffee, stirring pancake/waffle batter, warming Canadian Maple Syrup*

Morning all! Sorry I ran off like that yesterday, I fell asleep in that darned chair and almost didn't get to work on time. Got some pancakes started, or waffles if you want em. Putting on bacon and sausages too. Lets get that good smell trickling through everything and get people in. Hey crewsk, want a coffee? How is TC?
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Old 04-06-2005, 10:56 AM   #1923
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I'll have a beer.

A really strong one. Got any barleywine or imperial stouts back there?

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Old 04-06-2005, 11:05 AM   #1924
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Yes please Alix, thanks! He's doing better but he's home today because he was still runnng a low temp & complaining of a headache. He slept from 7:30 last night until 8:30 this morning. He never sleeps that much!! Not to mention the nap he took when he got home from school. Right now he's laying in bed reading a book. Thanks for asking!
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Old 04-06-2005, 11:07 AM   #1925
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One stout for ronjohn, medium head? *Swoosh! Down the bar it goes* And one coffee for crewsk, anything in that for you crewsk?

Either of you want pancakes and bacon or sausage this morning?
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Old 04-06-2005, 11:12 AM   #1926
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Black is just fine Alix, I'm a little foggy this morning. I'd like some pancakes & bacon please. Let me drink a little coffe & I'll come back there & whip up some scrambled eggs & grits.
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Old 04-06-2005, 11:28 AM   #1927
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You got it crewsk. Extra large black coffee, pancakes and bacon. Here you go!

OK, if you promise not to tell anyone (cuz it might get me kicked off DC) I'll tell you a secret...I've never had grits. What do they taste like?
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Old 04-06-2005, 11:34 AM   #1928
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Thanks for the coffee!

I promise not to tell a soul! I know for a fact that you're not the only one who's never had them either. Grits are rather bland if you eat them plain, kinda like eating paper. I know that sounds bad. For them to taste good they are served with butter, salt, & pepper. You can also have them with red eye gravy(I've never made but it's made from coffee. I'll try to find a recipe). I like to add grated cheddar cheese to my grits when they ar finished cooking, it adds a lot of flavor!

I'm off to the kitchen to cook some eggs & grits if anyone wants anything, just hollar!
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Talking Luvs, i thought it looked a little like Sushi

But i was'nt positive so i didnt want to post the name. Thanks now we all know where our silverware is going among all the other stuff. hmmmmmmmm What we gonna do with you Sushi??
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I'll try some grits with cheese crewsk. No redeye gravy for me though, that sounds pretty vile to be honest with you. And we all know I LOVE coffee!
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