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Worked all night and didn't have a chance to eat at work.....nor was I very hungry.... Now I'm hungry at 1 am.....so I'm eating a tuna fish sandwich, original Pringles, and chocolate donut holes with sprinkles, all washed down with cherry coke. I know, soooooooo bad for me, but OMG, sooooooo freaking good!!!

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Turkey done last summer on the slow cooker BBQ outdoors. Turned out pretty well :)

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I just threw a chicken breast into some teriyaki marinade, niked a couple potatos, LOTS of butter, couple pepsis, and shortly after a couple grill cheese. yeah, after quitting smoking, the appetite returns.

On 10/18/2017 at 2:14 PM, BKP said:

I'm having eggs with the help of my new EZCracker.  I've been avoiding eggs for years because they're so difficult to crack. :to_pick_ones_nose2:   

 

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......seriously, I'm a lousy cook.  Beef stew sure sounds good.

Well look at you, Mr Fancy pants with your high tech culinary gadgets like that egg cracker. But that is okay, one time i used a pair of channel lock pliers to remove a really tight bottle cap.

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I use a noodle splash shield to keep spaghetti sauce out of my hair. :15_yum:

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