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    Originally posted by Planderella
    The po-boys were dressed too! That means with lettuce and tomato.

    Alligator po-boys are da bomb!

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    Originally posted by Mike D.
    Alligator po-boys are da bomb!
    Those are good. I was always a big fan of oyster po-boys dressed up and with hot sauce. Mmmmmm...

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    lunch today was leftovers after a weekend cooking frenzy for the 'rents visiting from Fla

    drum roll.......

    Armadillo eggs and cauliflower pie!

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    Originally posted by nerudite
    I hope you packed the breath mints!
    No, and the mustard was even "dijon".

    But I forgot the sprinkles of Tabasco for the sandwich, though.
    I'm sorry. Is my bias showing?

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    I had a disgusting spinach and potatoe "cake"
    I think I haven't mentioned here that my maid has absolutely no skills at cooking...

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    The General (Tso) is fighting back. He was pretty tasty fresh, though, from the hole-in-the-wall Chinese place around the corner.
    I don't dream. I plan.

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    Originally posted by SkeLeton
    I think I haven't mentioned here that my maid ...
    What is this Maid that you speak of?
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    Why don't you dig how beautiful it is out here?
    Why don't you say something righteous and hopeful for a change?
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    Originally posted by JNA
    What is this Maid that you speak of?
    Maids are pretty common in the middle and high socio-economic class...I forgot that maids aren't common in the US as much as here...
    I only wish my maid could cook well... a Peruvian maid would be nice... they cook well, though the majority of the Peruvian maids are in Santiago...

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    Originally posted by SkeLeton
    Maids are pretty common in the middle and high socio-economic class...I forgot that maids aren't common in the US as much as here
    You've got a maid LOL, around here we have sex slaves that we keep in the basement bound and gagged. And you don't have to pay for one, just ask this guy

    http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2003/...in557866.shtml

    changed link

    Whats your maids name, Jeeves?
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    Originally posted by Planderella
    The po-boys were dressed too! That means with lettuce and tomato.
    Ah, yes. Sounds of the homeland. a dressed po-boy. I have missed many things since I moved from the Bayou State (Sportsman's Paradise, the Pelican State, the Catch and Release Criminal State, etc.), and a genuine po-boy is one. The king of all sandwiches is the softshell crab po-boy. Nothing like eating a sandwich that has legs hanging out of it!

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    Originally posted by otterpop
    Nothing like eating a sandwich that has legs hanging out of it!
    Jeez, all of this talk is really giving me a desire to go out and get some decent fresh seafood. I might just have to go do... Oh, wait, I forgot where I live for a second there.

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    Originally posted by otterpop
    Ah, yes. Sounds of the homeland. a dressed po-boy. I have missed many things since I moved from the Bayou State (Sportsman's Paradise, the Pelican State, the Catch and Release Criminal State, etc.), and a genuine po-boy is one. The king of all sandwiches is the softshell crab po-boy. Nothing like eating a sandwich that has legs hanging out of it!
    **Homer Simpson drool**
    Hmmm......soft shell crab po-boys.........

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    No lunch today. I just drank Diet Coke and ate a chocolate chip cookie. Is somebody going to start a dinner thread? I'm getting hungry.

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    Originally posted by Cardinal
    Is somebody going to start a dinner thread? I'm getting hungry.
    -I was just thinking about dinner, looks like its can o spaghetti tonight maybe.
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    Damn, there's some pretty heavy meat consumption here! The beef and pork producers must be smiling.

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    Originally posted by Greenescapist
    Damn, there's some pretty heavy meat consumption here! The beef and pork producers must be smiling.
    Meat, it is not just for lunch anymore.
    Too lazy to beat myself up for being to lazy to beat myself up for being too lazy to... well you get the point....

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    Meeeeeeeat.. /me droools

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    Originally posted by Greenescapist
    Damn, there's some pretty heavy meat consumption here!
    Well, we are not rabbits.
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    MMMNNN, rabbit the other red meat.
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    Leftovers from the secretaries' potluck for the department managers

    Yep, not too proud to scavenge!

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    Mac 'n' cheese. One of those Amy's frozen entrees. Yummy!

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    Is this going to be another "neverending" thread?

    Cheese 'n' chutney in a pita (Mrs. Tranplanner's homemade chutney - yummy!), with a cup-o-soup.

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    5 day old pizza and cup of creamy chicken something mystery
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    The reheated General rides again, accompanied by salad. Mmmmmm, gooey/healthy.
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    Roast beef, melted gouda, lettuce tomatoe, horseradish, on roll....from my favorite deli, the Royal Scarlett.
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