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Old 11-01-2012, 07:24 PM   #11
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When I was a kid we used to get unsliced pumpernickel bread and a wedge of cheese. We would tear off a hunk of bread and a bit of cheese and munch away!
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Old 11-01-2012, 07:36 PM   #12
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When I was a kid we used to get unsliced pumpernickel bread and a wedge of cheese. We would tear off a hunk of bread and a bit of cheese and munch away!
EMMMMMM only way to go there is nothing so good as a hunc of bread and a hunk of cheese.
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i could eat my way through life needing nothing besides hunks and wedges...and the occasional pull on a bottle of domestic white....
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i could eat my way through life needing nothing besides hunks and wedges...and the occasional pull on a bottle of domestic white....
I'll take a nice red and we can sit and chat OK?
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I'll take a nice red and we can sit and chat OK?
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your On, kades girl! let's choose a nice little spot at an outdoor cafe--perhaps in...new orleans maybe?
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your On, kades girl! let's choose a nice little spot at an outdoor cafe--perhaps in...new orleans maybe?
Oh my one dream in life now NO at a you pick it spot.
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okay, then, the french quarter it is--the rue bourbon, at absolutely any hour....:)

kades, you bring the pumpernickel,i'll get the wines....
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okay, then, the french quarter it is--the rue bourbon, at absolutely any hour....:)

kades, you bring the pumpernickel,i'll get the wines....
You got it. Pumpernickel it is.
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Old 11-02-2012, 02:51 AM   #19
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I think many people like Rubens I know I do. But I like them open faced please hand me a knife and fork
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I like all my sandwiches open faced. I don't like squashed food
I absolutely hated school lunch, started packing my own in the first grade. I would always butter my bread and put my toppings seperatly and assemble my lunch at school. Guess the OCD started earlier than I thought.
I did everything myself from the age of 6, my mom just never did it right
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This is so good and it also works well with Rye bread. It goes well as an appetizer as well with soups and salads. Take and freeze one whole loaf of unsliced pumpernickel or rye bread My choice would be pumpernickel While frozen slice paper thin with sharp knife or meat slicer.Arrange in a single layer on ungreased cookie sheet. In a saucepan melt 1/4 lb of butter over low heat add 2 cloves crushed garlic and 1/2 cup fresh grated parm blend well. With pastry brush spread 1 side of bread with butter mixture. Bake in 325 oven til crisp about 15 min the edges will curl slightly. Cool and store in container til ready to serve. enjoy.Will make 30-40 pieces.
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