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Bangbang 01-22-2005 11:40 PM

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I went to lunch at one of the local restaurants, Gumba's, with my mom and brother. I had a hamburger with BBQ sauce, onion rings, mushrooms, and Monterey jack cheese on sourdough bread roll with waffle fries on the side.

Burger and waffles :shock:


Bang, they are waffle fries, some folks may also know them by the name of crisscut fries. Anyways, they were yummy. :)

Ok.....I got it. I have them with deep fried haddock or cod. Yummy :!:

SierraCook 01-23-2005 01:44 PM

Tunafish sandwich, dill pickle, and a PepsiOne

Bangbang 01-23-2005 01:49 PM

bacon and egg sandwich

crewsk 01-23-2005 04:38 PM

We had spaghetti casserole, fresh bread with Italian herbs, & apple pie at my parents house after church.

PA Baker 01-24-2005 11:42 AM

Since there's no heat in my office, I'm treating myself out to lunch somewhere warm! I'll probably go to my favorite pizza joint and get their yummy chef salad with house dressing.

pdswife 01-24-2005 01:06 PM

No heat?? Boo-hiss!!!


I'll prbly have mini-peppers, dill pickles and maybe a piece of cheese.

luvs 01-24-2005 01:56 PM

i had dried-out, over-salted lemon-thyme chicken and milk. i didn't see any thyme. hmmmmm....

norgeskog 01-24-2005 03:08 PM

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No heat?? Boo-hiss!!!

Guess you guys would not want to come to my house, I have not had heat on in my home for over 30 years, and the windows are always open except in horizontal rain.

PA Baker 01-24-2005 03:15 PM

We keep our home cool, but when it's in the negatives outside, I need heat! How cold does it get in Eugene?

norgeskog 01-24-2005 03:20 PM

A tuna sandwich on WW9 grain bread with chips, and garlic green olives.

norgeskog 01-24-2005 03:40 PM

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We keep our home cool, but when it's in the negatives outside, I need heat! How cold does it get in Eugene?

The average low is around 30 but this year it did drop to high teens at night, and I did then close the window but heat still not on. Last night the low was 36. Guess I am conditioned. I love cold weather and hate the heat.

PA Baker 01-25-2005 01:05 PM

I met my mom for lunch and had a pulled pork quesadilla and side salad. It was really good!

Can someone explain the difference between pork bbq and pulled pork?

luvs 01-25-2005 01:26 PM

pea soup and apple juice.

crewsk 01-25-2005 01:38 PM

A hot dog & sour cream & onion chips.

PA Baker 01-25-2005 01:39 PM

:shock: When I first ready your post, I thought you had sour cream on your hot dog! It sounded much more appetizing the second time I read it! :lol:

crewsk 01-25-2005 01:42 PM

I may eat some odd combinations but I don't even think I could handle that one! :lol:

Erik 01-25-2005 01:58 PM

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I met my mom for lunch and had a pulled pork quesadilla and side salad. It was really good!

Can someone explain the difference between pork bbq and pulled pork?

Usually what kind of cooking procedure. Some people slice pork and slow cook it in bbq sauce.

Pulled pork is a slow roasting method, then when tender, it basically "pulls away" from the bone/roast. Usually the Pork Shoulder is used. Almost shredded consistency to it. Very good for sandwiches.

pdswife 01-25-2005 01:58 PM

fat free yogurt and mini peppers.

SierraCook 01-25-2005 10:43 PM

fajita salad, green salsa, and iced tea. I went to lunch with some of my coworkers at the Mexican restaurant in town.

mudbug 01-26-2005 09:43 AM

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Can someone explain the difference between pork bbq and pulled pork?

I have to disagree with Erik. "Pulled" pork is pulled off the bone by hand in strings and shreds. "Chopped" pork can be pulled off, but is cut up with a knife in chunks.

But it's all barbecued, i.e., cooked "low and slow" over indirect heat. You put bbq sauce on either type either near the very end of the cooking cycle or after you've removed it from the cooker.

Rainee, back me up here.


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