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Old October 9, 2017   #4411
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... love, if good, sashimi best of all. Expensive, though. I don't make it, just like to eat it, except for eel, not a good texture for me.
You don't like eel? That's my favorite, especially sea eel with the slightly sweet brown sauce.

If I were rich I would hire a few servants, then go broke eating sashimi all day every day.



<sigh> Healthy but broke...
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Old October 9, 2017   #4412
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You don't like eel? That's my favorite, especially sea eel with the slightly sweet brown sauce.

If I were rich I would hire a few servants, then go broke eating sashimi all day every day.



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You'd have to have more veggies to be healthy, LOL! Sashimi can be so so good.
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Old October 9, 2017   #4413
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Rice and soy sauce and wasabi and pickled ginger are vegetables, yes?
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Rice and soy sauce and wasabi and pickled ginger are vegetables, yes?
LOL, rice is a grain, real wasabi mmmm a condiment, and pickled ginger is so good I don't care even if were bad for me!
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Old October 9, 2017   #4415
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I just checked my vanilla and it is getting low! Big bottle from Costco has lasted me a couple of years. Only because I don't bake that often. Vanilla is critical for baked treats!
I'm thinking of making my own garlic powder this year, since I have a lot of extra rocambole and it doesn't keep that well. I tried making garlic powder last year and it was awesome. I don't buy the stuff usually because I prefer fresh, but the powder has its virtues - especially home made!
One of the best things about making garlic powder, it is not forever and a day in the dehydrator. Tomatoes took so long, I couldn't face doing it again.
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I make my annual supply of garlic powder after I plant next year crop. Gives me something to do with all the cloves I decide are to small to plant. Peel, slice, dry and grind. The store bought stuff tastes so weak to me now.
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Old October 10, 2017   #4417
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Cheap Eaten - hamburger patties with brown gravy and mashed potatoes...ZZZ. Yes it is food...
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Cheap Eaten - hamburger patties with brown gravy and mashed potatoes...ZZZ. Yes it is food...
I had a burger last night from Carl's JR /Hardee's. Hadn't had one for a long time, it was pretty good and Belle finished what I couldn't!

At least yours were home cooked and had love in them!
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Old October 10, 2017   #4419
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Carl's Jr is my favorite fast food burger because it is flame broiled, not fried. Carl Karcher and family went to our church when I was a kid. He is probably rolling over in his grave with the commercials they've been using for the last several years.
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Old October 10, 2017   #4420
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We have Hardee's here and I love the Frisco Burger, THAT is a meal by itself. Not cheap but you have to treat yourself sometimes. To me it's a cross between a BTL and a bacon burger tomato sandwich. How can you not love buttered and grilled sourdough bread, bacon, Swiss cheese, tomato and mayonnaise with a 1/2lb charbroiled patty.
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Old October 10, 2017   #4421
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LOL, Belle would love me to order that big burger - she's get more!!!

Carl's is one of the very few burger places that "diapers" the sandwich so you get a small chance, if you are me, of not getting as much on you. And they use real full leaves of lettuce, too.

Carolyn, I haven't seen the commercials since I don't watch tv, but they are probably racy, yes?
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I have never been in one in my life and we have one here in town.
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Well then you don't know what you're missing Worth!
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Well then you don't know what you're missing Worth!
I'm not in that part of town at that time of day.
Maybe this weekend I will give them a try because I will be working on something and dont want to have to cook.
What condiments come on them all I want is mayonnaise on both buns.
Nobody in these places seem to know what condiment means.

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Breakfast is awesome, almost a home cooked meal. I don't know if they still have the breakfast bowl but I used to get it with biscuits and sausage gravy, sausage, hash browns, scrambled eggs and orange juice. They do have good OJ.
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