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Old 09-27-2010, 07:11 PM
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[QUOTE=Garett;3247212]
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so much for my proof reading skills Thanks
I thought you were talkng about haggis.
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I live, 9905 miles from the nearest KK donut, shop, guess where my first stop will be if the hot lights on. Chase it with a fountain cherry-lemon Sundrop.

I would give a hundred bucks right now for a fresh hot dozen.

yokwe yuk
If you talking about Krispy Kreme I'm eating them as I try to type. Damm they are good with a glass of milk Oh send me the $100.00 and I should be able to send you a dozen for that price..
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Fritos and a can of pop top bean dip.
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Old 09-27-2010, 07:49 PM
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mmmmmm Scrapple.
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Anything wrapped in bacon.
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Crisp Buffalo wings and a cold beer, preferably a nice local brew like Andrew's Pale Ale or Shipyard Variant.
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Fritos Scoops and tunafish salad.
Scoop the tuna with the Fritos.
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This thread reminds me of Mitch Hedberg.
His bit on Ritz crackers, donuts and baked potato's and jelly beans

http://www.break.com/usercontent/200...eceipts-167812

http://comedians.jokes.com/mitch-hed...baked-potatoes





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Old 09-28-2010, 07:25 AM
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hors d'oeuvres, any kind of hors d'oeuvres (I had to google the spelling lol)

Put me at a wedding, conference, whatever and look out if there are hors d'oeuvres. I'm like an animal. I'll position myself by the kitchen door to get first pickings.

Other than that my other one I can't resist is cheese curls. The real good ones from JAX. I can't even buy them because I will eat the whole bag then feel like crap.
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hors d'oeuvres, any kind of hors d'oeuvres (I had to google the spelling lol)

Put me at a wedding, conference, whatever and look out if there are hors d'oeuvres. I'm like an animal. I'll position myself by the kitchen door to get first pickings.

Other than that my other one I can't resist is cheese curls. The real good ones from JAX. I can't even buy them because I will eat the whole bag then feel like crap.
I could eat deviled eggs like tic-tacs.
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Originally Posted by workinpr0gress View Post
I could eat deviled eggs like tic-tacs.


My wife took deviled eggs to a family reunion. I think it was 3-4 dozen. they were gone within 30 minutes.
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Originally Posted by 240 LTS View Post


My wife took deviled eggs to a family reunion. I think it was 3-4 dozen. they were gone within 30 minutes.
I bet that was a good smelly reunion after about 30 minutes.
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smoked brisket...may as well be waving heroin in front of an addict.
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Originally Posted by starmonk View Post
mmmmmm Scrapple.
how can anyone not love scrapple? it's got the word "crap" in the middle of it's name! can and will put away a pound at a clip.
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Originally Posted by NJFISH View Post
You mean GRAVY
WTF is it with calling sauce, gravy? My GP's on my
Mothers side were 110% Sicilians, right off the boat
and if you had called Gracie's sauce "gravy", She
would have broken the wooden spoon over your head,
and then hit you again with the short piece just to make sure
you got the point. "Gravy" is something you make from pan drippings
and put on Roast Beef or Turkey .The only place I've ever heard it called "gravy"
is in the Boston area, and the only place around here you can get
decent Italian is the North End. The pizza in New England sucks
as well.

As for the original question.....SPAM. The original, lots of fat
and salt and that gooey stuff that sticks to it. And bacon. Real
bacon. Not that Turkey bacon crap my wife buys that is a sin
against mankind. In fact, pretty much anything that you can make
out of a pig.
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Lightly seared yellowfin with wasabi, lots of wasabi. Boudin hot of the grill with fresh squeezed lime. My wife's pink beans with white rice (she's Puerto Rican). Girl Scout Thin Mints.
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Originally Posted by jakebrake View Post
how can anyone not love scrapple? it's got the word "crap" in the middle of it's name! can and will put away a pound at a clip.
I'm scrapple-less out here in AZ. Grew up outside Philly (Warminster) and loved the stuff. But alas, you mention scrapple here in AZ and they just look at you like you've got lobsters crawlin' outta yer mouth or sumpthin'. Nobody's ever even heard of it.

Same goes for a good old fashioned German buttercake <drool>.

On the bright side, I've learned to love the ranchera skirt steak I get at the local carneceria, marinated overnight and cooked over mesquite charcoal, then chopped up and served with fresh pico de gallo in homemade tortillas ALMOST as much scrapple!!
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