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    Today, I cooked a well-seasoned, crusty, chuck shoulder roast on the broiler like a thick, rare steak and afterwards, set it aside to rest. Following this, I took angel hair pasta and simmered it in a soy-beef broth that was redolent with garlic, scallions, horse radish and red pepper flake. I sliced the rare beef quite thin and returned it under the broiler to bring up the temperature a bit and to sizzle. Taking a serving of noodles, I placed them in the middle of each plate and surrounded them with sizzling beef slices before surrounding it all with fresh green beans that had been cooked in bacon grease and decorated with coarsely chopped, black walnuts and almond shavings.

    It wasn't a half bad meal.
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    I had a frozen fish casserole.

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    • #3
      What did you have for your Sunday Dinner?

      Earlier this evening I undressed, and ran my hands all over three burritos from, Taco Bell.
      Later, I cruised through Jack-in-the-Box and purchased a large Coke, two tacos,and a regular Jumbo.
      Very tasty.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Slug View Post
        Earlier this evening I undressed, and ran my hands all over three burritos from, Taco Bell.
        Later, I cruised through Jack-in-the-Box and purchased a large Coke, two tacos,and a regular Jumbo.
        Very tasty.

        I hope you bought them first.
        "Profanity is but a linguistic crutch for illiterate motherbleepers"

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        • #5
          Originally posted by johnbryan View Post
          I hope you bought them first.
          Er,
          I didn't descibe this very well.
          I undressed each burrito by removing the paper wrapping for each one.
          I was dressed.
          I never drive in the nude.
          I have a cloth interior in the mini van.
          "Advances in technology tend to overwhelm me."

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Slug View Post
            Er,
            I didn't descibe this very well.
            I undressed each burrito by removing the paper wrapping for each one.
            I was dressed.
            I never drive in the nude.
            I have a cloth interior in the mini van.
            I gotta' confess that I had a momentary lapse, trying to figure out why you were caressing burritos and tacos from a fast food restaurant, or were you in reality, speaking figuratively about another type of human activity wherein burrito and taco-shapped things fit very well into each other. COULD THIS BE THE SOURCE OF SLUG'S LOVE OF ALL THINGS TACO BELL?
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            • #7
              Originally posted by johnbryan View Post
              I gotta' confess that I had a momentary lapse, trying to figure out why you were caressing burritos and tacos from a fast food restaurant, or were you in reality, speaking figuratively about another type of human activity wherein burrito and taco-shapped things fit very well into each other. COULD THIS BE THE SOURCE OF SLUG'S LOVE OF ALL THINGS TACO BELL?
              Thanks for the compliment johnbryan.
              I'm not that high tech.
              I'm a simple man with simple pleasures.
              My mind isn't that creative.
              Like in wagames.
              I don't make all those offensive plans.
              I just sit back, tower up, and lose.
              With a burrito, you just open wide, and push it in.
              Pure pleasure.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by johnbryan View Post
                Today, I cooked a well-seasoned, crusty, chuck shoulder roast on the broiler like a thick, rare steak and afterwards, set it aside to rest. Following this, I took angel hair pasta and simmered it in a soy-beef broth that was redolent with garlic, scallions, horse radish and red pepper flake. I sliced the rare beef quite thin and returned it under the broiler to bring up the temperature a bit and to sizzle. Taking a serving of noodles, I placed them in the middle of each plate and surrounded them with sizzling beef slices before surrounding it all with fresh green beans that had been cooked in bacon grease and decorated with coarsely chopped, black walnuts and almond shavings.

                It wasn't a half bad meal.
                My wife cooked up a filet mignon with corn and smashed 'taters. It was a darned good meal.
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                • #9
                  I had leftover from sunday lunch.
                  Roasted turkey with potatoes.
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                    • #11
                      Slug's grilling some filet mignon, burgers with bacon and cheddar mixed in, and we're having baked potatoes, salad, and sourdough as sides.
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                      • #12
                        Sourdough? I'm Brit. Translation please.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Nick the Noodle View Post
                          Sourdough? I'm Brit. Translation please.
                          Sourdough bread.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Nick the Noodle View Post
                            Sourdough? I'm Brit. Translation please.
                            Rub some old, unwashed socks all over a nice loaf of French bread.
                            The aroma is about the same.
                            Regurgitate some bile, and spread it over a sliced piece of the bread.
                            Butter to taste.
                            And that's a piece of sourdough.
                            Not too bad.
                            Last edited by Slug; 09 Feb 09, 10:03.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Nick the Noodle View Post
                              Sourdough? I'm Brit. Translation please.
                              Very good stuff. You probably have it, just call it something different.

                              http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sourdough

                              Maybe "naturally leavened"?
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