Bbucko, Me Boy, This Is For You.

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    I have no bandwidth :eek:
     
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    They look alike, they walk alike, sometimes they even talk alike. But one goes "crazy" over a hot dog. Hmmmm. . . .
     
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    :biggrin1::biggrin1::biggrin1:

    The trouble is that we're both a little bit Cathy and both a little bit Patty, sweetheart.

    Let's hope it's just a temporary issue; the internet without YouTube is grim, indeed.

    I don't know about Nick8, but UBb doesn't eat hot dogs (though he adores pâté :cool:)
     
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    I do like them, actually. They make me lose control. :tongue:
     
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    I'll keep that in mind next time we see each other :wink:

    Linguiça and mild sausages are fine (except for anduille: yuck!), but there's just something so unappetizing about a hot dog, with or without the bun and/or beans and brown bread (on a Saturday, natch).

    ETA: I feel the same way about bologna, too :p
     
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    Generally speaking you can keep the bologna with me too. Except when you go to Ohio (yeah, I know) they make this ground, spiced bologna spread they put on sandwiches (hey, I didn't know what it was) that's actually pretty good.

    Look. It's Ohio. How was I to know I'd be spending 7 years there, more or less?!


     
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    I love a good Cheddar Cheese Dog :cool:
    Dressed up the Danish way, with remoulade, bread 'n' butter pickles, ketchup, mustard and real (not French's) crispy deep fried onions on top... trust me, it's mmm-mmm-GOOD!
     
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    Of course, and Campbell's has its place... very limited in my kitchen but you can't make Southern Living's Chicken Ranch Casserole without it... Paula Deen would be proud of me!
     
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    I can't live without cream of mushroom and chicken noodle...and some of the others make good sauce bases when you're feeling lazy.

    Actually, my mother being the WASP that she is, I was 9 before I understood that you could actually make soup. I genuinely believed it came out of red and white cans.
     
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    Ground, spiced bologna sounds suspiciously like salami to me :rolleyes:
    And, of course, the best thing about salami is hiding it.

    Seven years is a long, long time, mon ami.

    I'm sure you love 'em, FLM, but just reading the description made me lose my appetite for a moment. I'm not much of a garnishes/condiments kinda guy: I don't even like olives in my martinis all that much (leaves more room for the booze :cool:).
     
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    Very handy for the lazy moments, true... but especially in the winter, it is fun to make your own, soups, stews, chilis, anything in a large pot! I need to make that Tuscan Swiss Chard and White Bean Soup again, quick and oh so yummy!

    I'm a condiment lover, hence my affection for this particular concoction :cool:
    Let's have dinner at Rosie's next week, with booze please!
     
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    How the hell should I know? They said it was bologna; I guess it was bologna. :wink:

    And I never lived there, as you can well imagine. I visited, frequently. He's a nice man with a beautiful penis and wonderful children. We enjoyed each other for a long time. Nuff said. :biggrin1:
     
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    I'm so there! I live practically across the street from Rosie's now :biggrin1:

    Actually, you said a mouthful :biggrin1:
     
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