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    Quote Originally Posted by rualfire
    Whoa!

    Deep meaningful heartfelt dialoge may just have what it takes to kill this thread. What this thread needs is a little excitment, maybe a fresh coat of paint and a potted plant. A Hybiscus.

    It was a bit early this morning when I was playing in FH. I forgot where I was.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rualfire
    A Hybiscus.
    Bacon, hybiscus and gravy with a side of hash browns. Yum.
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    If one falls on the floor does it make it a lowbiscus?
    When opening up the roof remember plywood comes in 4' X 8' sheets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ullrichk
    Bacon, hybiscus and gravy with a side of hash browns. Yum.
    ROTFL! And can't too many people make good hybiscus & gravy, that's for sure!

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    Quote Originally Posted by skyraider
    ROTFL! And can't too many people make good hybiscus & gravy, that's for sure!

    I dunno, check out the Diner on Richmond Highway south of station 11.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rualfire
    Whoa!

    Deep meaningful heartfelt dialoge may just have what it takes to kill this thread.


    What this thread needs is a little excitment, maybe a fresh coat of paint and a potted plant. A Hybiscus.

    More like a sausage biscus!
    Brevity AND levity.
    That's what the doctor ordered.
    Die, thread, die.
    Be gone, evil orations.
    Curse on the pronouncements of fig newtons and spam.
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    Or the thread might "just hang in there like a hair in a biscuit."








    (I actually heard someone say that - and they weren't trying to be funny!)
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    Quote Originally Posted by superchef

    Sometimes all we want is a little warmth and caring. (and no not during the football game either. )

    Why are women like that? My wife won't give me any warmth or caring during a football game either.
    There goes the neighborhood.

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    Fresh cranberry sauce with bits of whole cranberry in it or that stuff that comes in a can (and when you turn the can upside down, you have a can shaped cranberry sauce?

    Last edited by superchef; 11-10-2005 at 12:40 PM.

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    Talking topic getting out of hand

    Time to cool 'r down...
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    don't shoot the puppy.


    We can discuss the merits of grilling your turkey as opposed to roasting it. Which do you prefer?
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    Super, I know this is going to make you grab your heart,

    But I like my Turkey
























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    It's ok. I still love you even if you want to desicate a time honored tradition of deep roasting a turkey, having all the golden skin and moist flavorable meat to savour and enjoy spoiled by dropping him into a deep fat fryer.

    How about pumpkin cheesecake for dessert then?

    ps. you can call me cheffie

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    Ouch.

    Boy, that'll take the fun out of it.

    Punkin? Sounds good.....What can you do with sweet potatoes? yummm....
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    Quote Originally Posted by superchef


    It's ok. I still love you even if you want to desicate a time honored tradition of deep roasting a turkey, having all the golden skin and moist flavorable meat to savour and enjoy spoiled by dropping him into a deep fat fryer.
    Ya know there's another thread called something like "Superchef recipe thread." Well I've looked, and there isn't a single recipe for cooking a Superchef. It took a thread as great as this one to learn how to do it.

    After the deep fried turkey comment, I think she's steamed.
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    who me?????


    I never get steamed. Slightly annoyed perhaps, but steamed never. Although steamed swordfish is quite nice......


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    Ullrichk, Errrr ummm....why do you think I am still under the table...

    I heard that she swings that ladle like a bat..
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    Quote Originally Posted by hwoods
    I dunno, check out the Diner on Richmond Highway south of station 11.
    Would love to....would you join me? My treat!

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    Around here, it's the Velvet Freeze-Home of the Wonder Dogs.
    For dessert, we can have Spotted Cow ice cream.
    Yummmmm!
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    We have Toby's Cup. The best dogs around, they havn't changed the oil since the early 60's.
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    that's ancient. that should be in a museum or something.

    no, really.....

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    We've got Johnny's Lunch. Hotdogs with sauce. They will ship just about anywhere. Dogs with the taste that you keep on tasting and talking. They even have a drugstore right across the road if they talk back too much.

    3 dogs, fries and a shake. Ahhh heaven... burppp

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    Quote Originally Posted by batchief99
    We've got Johnny's Lunch. Hotdogs with sauce. They will ship just about anywhere. Dogs with the taste that you keep on tasting and talking. They even have a drugstore right across the road if they talk back too much.
    3 dogs, fries and a shake. Ahhh heaven... burppp
    Just the other night on TV Land, they had an episode of "All in the Family" on where Archie had his mouth all set for some foot longs. Edith had taken them over to the Jeffersons to put in their freezer and Lionel ate them. Archie was bummin' hard. Funny stuff.
    So; what's goin' on? We still trying to kill this thread? Plan on doin' it with hot dogs?
    Hmmmm.
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    Unhappy Turkey dogs

    I bet turkey hot dogs could kill it.....

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