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Old 14 Hours Ago   #7801
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That mango pineapple sauce looks yummy enough to eat on it's own!



Still working on the bottomless chicken soup thing; added rice to it. still trying to shake what ever it is that got a hold on me when the rains started and the cold came in. Nothing else tastes much good to me right now, so it is soup, soup, more soup!!
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For some crazy reason cold wet weather makes me crave ice cream.
Yum.
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Old 8 Hours Ago   #7803
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Any weather makes me crave chocolate.
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Old 8 Hours Ago   #7804
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Any weather makes me crave chocolate.
Dark weather makes me crave dark chocolate.
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I could go for a bowl of chocolate ice cream too!!!

I grilled burgers topped with grilled bells and onions, sauteed onions and mushrooms then all the regular toppings served with sweet potato fries that I couldn't eat. The burger was epic to the awesome degree!!! Juicy, dripping finger licking good!!
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Old 7 Hours Ago   #7806
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Tofu right?
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Nope, fatty, greasy, yummy Angus!!

I've heard of toefu, isn't that rotten beans or something?
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Oh yes it has.
I have put chili powder in just about everything.
Red pepper and honey in peanut butter is the bomb.
Got a lot of folks to try it and their kids loved it.
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I like peanut butter and honey on saltine crackers, but after watching a friend gain about one hundred lbs. by eating it every day on morning coffee break for a year or two, I don't eat it. He would eat a full tube of crackers with probably a cup of peanut butter and a half cup of honey every morning. I haven't seen him in thirty years and I sometimes wonder if he is still alive.

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I love hamburgers that look as sinful as that one does. My favorite part of eating a really good hamburger is the crunch of a thick onion slice and crispy iceberg lettuce. Unfortunately, I also like tofu. Chinese sweet and sour soup with mushrooms and tons of tofu is great. Always wanted to try stinky tofu, but I've never seen it on a menu.

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Red beans and brown rice for dinner. I also had a light lunch today of two small flour tortillas with cheddar cheese and a thin slice of ham in the microwave for forty five seconds topped with avocado and garden tomato. delicious.
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That mango pineapple sauce looks yummy enough to eat on it's own!



Still working on the bottomless chicken soup thing; added rice to it. still trying to shake what ever it is that got a hold on me when the rains started and the cold came in. Nothing else tastes much good to me right now, so it is soup, soup, more soup!!

I've had the same thought in this cold, rainy weather. I had to decide between baked potato soup, chicken noodle; and chicken and rice the other day. I settled on chicken and rice because it sounded good. I wasn't sure it was a real soup other folks eat, but it sounded good and tasted good.
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Tonight was chicken momo- sort of "pig in a blanket" dumplings from a Nepalese restaurant.



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For those who have an HEB nearby - we picked up a little over a pound of crawfish for $2.99 in the seafood section. They are pre cooked, but tastes good, and you can buy as much or few as you want. (Crawfish are usually sold in large amounts only - 30 lbs. etc.)
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