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03-01-2016, 07:37 PM   #24106
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I know why the thread goes dead....but I'm not telling.
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Kan I have 1 guess?
Often times it's squirrels?

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Often times it's squirrels?
That is a possibility too...but not the reason.

Mrs Rupert kept her word! Yukon Gold fried potato sandwiches! Velveeta went on the second one......
Except for the fried part of this meal, it is a healthy meal...like we usually have every night. It is very rare for us to fry anything....okra being a welcome exception!



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Where`s the beef! Other than that, look`s good.
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(Except for the fried Velveeta part of this meal, it is a healthy meal..)
Fixed it for ya.

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Boiled isn't my favorite
It just keeps getting bigger and bigger and more and more...


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I do too...very mixed memories...WATFIV (sometimes referred to as "Wat For V" with the code and data written on keypunch cards and run in batch on the campus mainframe. Not fun.


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My first experience of programming. Put me off. Did pure maths the next year. Got taught a circle is the round one. Good mental discipline programming that way.
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I know why the thread goes dead....but I'm not telling.


Shh!


We're sleeping!
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Almost forgot, I've grilled okra too.
Not too shabby if you get it crisp.
Note to Racer, no grilling yesterday, I made a pot of chili inside on the stove.



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The Gold Standard.....battered and deep fried fresh okra.
You don't need anything else on your plate when you have this...it's all you need...it's all you want!
I prefer a corn meal batter, but flour is fully acceptable too.

The only thing wrong with this meal was that there wasn't enough of it.

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Well it is for this guy.

As a dinosaur-era programmer, I always get a kick out of Bender's beverage of choice...
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The Gold Standard.....battered and deep fried fresh okra.
You don't need anything else on your plate when you have this...it's all you need...it's all you want!
I prefer a corn meal batter, but flour is fully acceptable too.

The only thing wrong with this meal was that there wasn't enough of it.

<insert mental image of Homer drooling and making incoherent sounds as he gazes lovingly at the pile of gustatory goodness...>
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<insert mental image of Homer drooling and making incoherent sounds as he gazes lovingly at the pile of gustatory goodness...>
Okay................
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Note to Racer, no grilling yesterday, I made a pot of chili inside on the stove.


Chili is always good.


This place in Chugwater, Wyoming has some very good chili. I stumbled upon it when working as a truck driver. Stopped there every time I passed by, which happened a couple times a week.


Mmmmm . . . . . . . . . tasty!


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Chili is always good.
You bet it is! Really good chili is pretty hard to find....easier to make it yourself. Mrs Rupert likes the chili at Wendy's...which is leftover hamburger patties with some ketchup and a little spice. I don't think the patties come out of the dumpster...but what do I know?
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My chili is a mix of 1.5lb of ground sirloin, 1lb ground pork, chili powder, cumin, paprika, diced onion, diced bell peppers, and then pureed jalapenos, poblanos, chipotles, anaheim peppers, and 4 ounces of applesauce. I also stick some salt and pepper in there too. It is gooood. Everyone always eats it all in one sitting though, so I never have leftovers.
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