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Old 12-12-2016, 04:08 PM   #11
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Great minds and all, Munky. I too first thought it was a different kind of joint...
Are you thinking (Bundled mystery meat to?)
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Old 12-12-2016, 06:23 PM   #12
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LOL..

My first thought was a different kind of joint.
In that case say thank you and have a nice day!
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Great minds and all, Munky. I too first thought it was a different kind of joint...
Seems that would require the Admins to create a new forum subject. That sort of "joint" can be used in cooking though - Alice B. Toklas brownies come to mind...
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Seems that would require the Admins to create a new forum subject. That sort of "joint" can be used in cooking though - Alice B. Toklas brownies come to mind...

Heh. But you'd have to remove the rolling paper. Doesn't bake well. Burns. Chewy. Tastes nasty.

Sorry. Other parts of the world call meat things joints.
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