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03-09-2015, 09:21 AM   #15271
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Well, unless we are talking about the real Budweiser, of course.
This has to be better than that carbonated ear wax I mentioned before!

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the perfect Country song!
Momma just got out of prison! I shouldn't laugh. I think It's a true story!

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Momma just got out of prison! I shouldn't laugh. I think It's a true story!
Went to visit my almost 89 year old Mom yesterday.......only part of the story is true..she didn't really get hit by a "damn ol' train"....but it was close!



I grew up on Velveeta and Spam....and my Mom is very healthy at 88 years of age....so it must be very nutritious!

Norm....I am shocked that you would eat broccoli and squash, but not Velveeta? You are a perverted eater!

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03-09-2015, 10:14 AM   #15273
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Attachment 261236

Done. Same stuff I cooked a few days ago. It was so good, I had to do it again. Nothing like smoked bacon on the pit.

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You need more meat on that plate rOckstarr!

One more, then it's my nap time;
Grilled Honey/Lime Watermelon Salad







in case anyone wants to make this:

sauce:
juice from 2 limes, 3 TBS honey, 2 TBS melon juice, dash of Sriracha sauce, and a pinch of salt.

watermelon, sliced sweet & hot peppers, crumbled bacon, green onions, and goat cheese (cherry tomatoes too, but forgot to add before the pic)

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only part of the story is true
She looks sweet! Not like a felon at all!
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I'm with Norm then... I've never heard of this stuff, perhaps it didn't make it across the puddle.
I too am with Norm, although Ontario is not the only place in Canada that makes good cheddar (and is not the only place in Canada period)

Scotalnd better have good cheese if we are going to spend 5 weeks there in May/June.

The only good Velveeta ever made was not Krafts but Fuji but they spelt it wrong

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That's just not true! Only Velveeta is produced in a Petro-Chemical plant and refined for smoothness....everyone knows that!

Regards!

Even Norm would love this meal...it was superb!

Hash browns covered with minced Spam and coated with creamy Velveeta. Veggies drenched in Velveeta (you can eat the Velveeta and trash the veggies!) and a country biscuit made with real buttermilk!



Some of us know how to eat! ....well, except for the disgusting veggies!

Regards!
My late dogs would have loved that meal

They would have eaten Brooclli no matter if it had cheese on it or not and loved it rawas well. My wife would never have used Velveeta or Cheese Whiz on it though, only good Canadian Cheddar that had to be either FORT or strong I think the cats even would have accepted minced Spam. We eat SPAM and KLIK as kids but we did not know any better.
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote

Grilled Honey/Lime Watermelon Salad
How long do you leave the Watermelon on the grill?
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We have a Dietitian at our work that tries to get us all to eat more healthy. (Fat chance) She had these plates with the four food groups on them. I guess to show us unwashed heathens what to put on our plates. One morning I replaced a plate with one that had-Beans, Bacon, Whiskey, and Lard on it. She really had no humor about that!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Joel B Quote
We have a Dietitian at our work that tries to get us all to eat more healthy. (Fat chance) She had these plates with the four food groups on them. I guess to show us unwashed heathens what to put on our plates. One morning I replaced a plate with one that had-Beans, Bacon, Whiskey, and Lard on it. She really had no humor about that!
Huh? Didn't you just say she does that every day?
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Wait... That's not the four food groups?
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How long do you leave the Watermelon on the grill?
Awake from my nap now, it was a good one, but aren't they all?
The melon was grilled about 3 minutes per side, long enough to caramelize a bit.

Hope Norm doesn't see this one.
Jalapeno stuffed _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Fill in the blanks Rupert.



Hey all,
I never jumped in on the 'other thread' so if I'm getting too obnoxious here, please do not hesitate to inform me, hopefully in a polite way.
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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
I never jumped in on the 'other thread' so if I'm getting too obnoxious here, please do not hesitate to inform me, hopefully in a polite way.
Considering you jumped the essential prerequisite for posting (that is reading every single post of the thread, or from now on both threads), you're doing pretty well. Just steer away from any on-topic discussion, and you should be fine
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Just steer away from any on-topic discussion, and you should be fine
Thanks, I'll do that once I figure out what it is.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Joel B Quote
We have a Dietitian at our work that tries to get us all to eat more healthy. (Fat chance)


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Wait... That's not the four food groups?
Cow, Pig, Chicken, Scotch.

QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote


Hey all,
I never jumped in on the 'other thread' so if I'm getting too obnoxious here, please do not hesitate to inform me, hopefully in a polite way.
Mr. Fox nailed it. You're welcomed to continue posting. Nothing obnoxious about your posts.

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Thanks, I'll do that once I figure out what it is.
Anything that has to do with photography for more than 3 posts in a row.
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QuoteOriginally posted by FantasticMrFox Quote
Considering you jumped the essential prerequisite for posting (that is reading every single post of the thread, or from now on both threads), you're doing pretty well. Just steer away from any on-topic discussion, and you should be fine
There's one more thing to steer clear of, isn't there?

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