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36 minutes ago, Woodtick said:

Shimps as big as my fumb.

Some butter ,  A pepper grinder , some Mr's Dash Garlic and Herb and let er rip . :bc:

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Have a beautiful Tri-tip going on the kettle with a side of mashed

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29 minutes ago, Sal Rosenberg said:

Some butter ,  A pepper grinder , some Mr's Dash Garlic and Herb and let er rip . :bc:

No, I’m in the hood. Fried by a large black woman. They are the only ones that know how to fry shrimp.

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39 minutes ago, Woodtick said:

No, I’m in the hood. Fried by a large black woman. They are the only ones that know how to fry shrimp.

Watch yourself!

 

 

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Grilled maple / bourbon steak tips, roasted potatoes and sweet corn.   

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Salmon filets,rice and steamed brussel sprouts that get drizzled with garlic oil and seasoned with salt/pepper

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My life fucking rules right now and that’s all there is to it!!!!

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5 minutes ago, Zambroski said:

My life fucking rules right now and that’s all there is to it!!!!

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International cuisine again?

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15 minutes ago, steve from amherst said:

International cuisine again?


On cruise night he has Captain Crunch:lmao:

 

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35 minutes ago, Zambroski said:

My life fucking rules right now and that’s all there is to it!!!!

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not unless you got some of those caramel apple empanadas 

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47 minutes ago, steve from amherst said:

International cuisine again?

The finest cuisine ever known to mankind!!!

EVER!!!

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2 slices bread.

Mayo.

Fucking bacon.

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Leftover bacon.

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1 hour ago, Zambroski said:

My life fucking rules right now and that’s all there is to it!!!!

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pulled pork, beans and cornbread.

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Corn beef hash with a couple sunny side up. I can’t remember what idiot posted it a few weeks ago , but thank you.  I forgot about how perfect it is for dinner.

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On 4/14/2019 at 7:43 PM, Snake said:

2 slices bread.

Mayo.

Fucking bacon.

You are one sick fucker.  

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22 minutes ago, racinfarmer said:

You are one sick fucker.  

It's not a mayo sandwich with bacon without the mayo dipshit.

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1 minute ago, Snake said:

It's not a mayo sandwich with bacon without the mayo dipshit.

There should be no such thing as a "mayo sammich with bacon."  It should just be a bacon sammich with more bacon.  

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1 minute ago, racinfarmer said:

There should be no such thing as a "mayo sammich with bacon."  It should just be a bacon sammich with more bacon.  

Dude.

It ain't no bacon sandwich with mayo.

It's a mayo sandwich with bacon.

I can put more bacon on the mayo sandwich, because it will still be a mayo.

Who the fuck would put mayo on a bacon sammich?

 

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1 minute ago, Snake said:

Dude.

It ain't no bacon sandwich with mayo.

It's a mayo sandwich with bacon.

I can put more bacon on the mayo sandwich, because it will still be a mayo.

Who the fuck would put mayo on a bacon sammich?

 

Who puts mayo on any sammich?  Nasty shit.  

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