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Old 05-25-2005, 02:42 AM   #4581
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...pooh of a porky bum?
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Old 05-25-2005, 02:43 AM   #4582
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hi, brooks! have some pierogies! and i made some chicken noodle soup! rest of the stuff is still cooking.
poor sush is sick, but middie's looking after him.
~handing brooksy a steaming plate of buttery, scallion-y pierogies~
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Old 05-25-2005, 08:45 AM   #4583
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Brooksy
-->Brooksy comes sniffing around the door<--
Fee Fi Fo Fum
I smell the pooh of a porky bum

-->Peers around the cafe, sniffs again<-- Strange, seems to be coming from the bar..... Couldn't be. I'll just go & set up my smoke box in the pine forest, duck over to the garden and trim the pecan tree for some wood, then I find me some bacon of the hoof.

-->off goes Brooksy with smoke box under arm..........<--

Don't worry Sushi, I'll have some fresh bacon for you shortly..


Well, I was going to wait until Tinkerbell got a little bigger to eat her because she's only about 5lbs right now. Really, wouldn't it be wise to wait until we can at least roast her whole & feed a crowd?


Are there any pierogies left? I think I'll have a few for breakfast.
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Old 05-25-2005, 09:17 AM   #4584
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morning everyone. poor sush, he slept but not soundly. he's having a hard time breathing. he's still sleeping. can i have some pierogi's too ?? potato and cheese is my favorite !!
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Old 05-25-2005, 11:11 AM   #4585
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pierogies all around!
ummmm, sorry, tink, but a pig roast is always a great time...
you were always a GOOD pig, though! and the bow is so YOU!
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i'm getting the vaporizer prepped to take up to our guy. i put some Vick's in it.
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Sushi, how are you feeling? Still sniffly?
Here's some ginger ale and a popsicle.

The place sure is clean, luvs! Good job.

But.......do we have to oust tinkerbell? Please re-think it! I'd rather cook a ham from the store.
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I'll think about it jkath, but fresh ham is so good!!
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thanks, jkath! i used a half bottle of clorox!
don't worry, i called the butcher and got a good price on a whole pig for a roast. tink won't be for dinner anytime soon! at my Parent's keggers in thier 20's, they used to just put a big hog on a spit roaster and cook it for a looooong time. few things i remember were so yummy. it self-basted and the meet just peeled off.
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Luvs, IMO, that's the best way to have a pig! YUM!!!! I have an uncle who raises cows for meat & he's talking about getting pigs for the same thing. The bad part is that I made pets of the first 2 cows he had. But he gave me a bunch of meat from them because I helped him take care of them. That was some of the best beef I have ever had. OK, we can keep Tink as a pet. She's just too cute to have for dinner!
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