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07-16-2018, 06:00 AM - 1 Like   #51901
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Can't wait for these to hit the stores.
Meat on the bottom, mayo on the top.
Real mayo?

In that case it might not be too bad if you just blend in a chopped garlic and let it sit for a while. Yes, I think one will be enough.

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Extra good with Velveeta I am sure
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Real mayo?
I'll fess up, the mayo/ham cups were invented by The Onion.
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QuoteOriginally posted by reh321 Quote
Would be neat if Cubs and Red Sox played in the "World Series", in the two old traditional ball parks still remaining.
Fenway Park is the oldest and has the Green Monster

Fenway Park - Wikipedia

Fenway Park | Boston Red Sox

Wrigley [ Weeghman Park ] is the next oldest and it was built for another team in another league and then the Cubs moved in

Wrigley Field - Wikipedia

Wrigley Field | Chicago Cubs

never been to Boston's

Wrigley Field is easily accessible by public transport

not so good for private parking

new hotel right next door -

Wrigley Field?s Hotel Zachary now taking reservations - Curbed Chicago

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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
I'll fess up, the mayo/ham cups were invented by The Onion.
Well, it's a perfectly bad idea, so why not?
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Land Yacht

I remember when one of these, a 1971 Chevrolet Townsman with the trailer towing package, rolled into the driveway, a grinning Dad behind the wheel. I still remember the sound it's 350 CI engine, replacing the 283 CI in the previous Chev wagon, breathed through the exhaust. It became my car for a while in my early twenties, it's three rows of seating great for hauling friends downtown or to the cottage.





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QuoteOriginally posted by savoche Quote
Well, it's a perfectly bad idea, so why not?
Thank goodness these are real!

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Thank goodness these are real!
Just add Blue Nun

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When my oldest two were young we had a Buick Estate wagon, I forget the model year, but this looks like it best i can remember.
It was a beast!

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QuoteOriginally posted by robtcorl Quote
Thank goodness these are real!
I'll stick with simple

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I'll stick with simple
Moldy cheese, Yuck!
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When my oldest two were young we had a Buick Estate wagon, I forget the model year, but this looks like it best i can remember.
It was a beast!
Yup, very similar....what a beast. Parking was always a challenge. The nice thing was, it towed the trailer with ease. The car and trailer made a few runs across Canada to Alberta and BC.
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Yes, the South Bend Cubs, owned by a minority owner of the Chicago Cubs, is building apartments around their ballpark, which is isolated right now, to make it feel more like Wrigley Field, which is located in a neighborhood, not an island in a vast parking lot like most major league fields. Incidentally, Chicago Midway Airport is the same kind of deal - they have a "new" parking garage now, but you are in cityscape until you come to the terminal.
Meigs Field, Midway and O'Hare

only Meigs was in Chicago
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The car and trailer made a few runs across Canada to Alberta and BC.
Our beast, sans trailer, made a couple of trips to Colorado.
Had a CB to listen for Smokey sightings.
I let her breathe on I-70 through Kansas.
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Moldy cheese, Yuck!
some moldy cheese

good

bleu cheese, etc

to a point

What cheeses need to have mold?\
While mold is typically a sign that food is no longer good, mold has also given us some of the most delicious cheeses. Mold is actually used in the process of making cheeses such as Camembert, Gorgonzola, Stilton, Brie and more. Some cheeses are actually injected with bacteria in order to help them grow mold.

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