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Old 04-03-2020, 10:17 AM   #101
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Hope you get a nice pizza. What kind will you get? We have been getting Canadian Bacon and Pineapple. If itís a three topping we add chicken. It feels like we are in the movie Groundhog Day, Do you have Groundhogs in your neck of the woods? Have a great day tomorrow.
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Well the snow seems to be stopping and cannot tell just how much we got since I haven't been outside yet. It's nice to be free of the quarantine but there's really nowhere to go. If I do go (and Beth won't) today the pizza will likely be a Greek one.

Yes we have groundhogs. Do you mean you've not heard of Emerson Ernie? He came out on Feb. 2 and said we'd have another three months of winter
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Old 04-03-2020, 11:36 AM   #102
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Dave, I am shocked. Pineapple on pizza? My favorite is sausage and mushroom.

ahhh, I miss Omaha rye bread. There's a meat market near my son's in San Diego that has a local brand that is a fairly good imitation.
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Old 04-03-2020, 11:48 AM   #103
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When I lived in Chisholm Mn every Fall afternoon after work we would go out hunting / fishing for that nights supper ( Grouse , partridge, squirrel . snow shoe bunnies & walleyes )
Oh for a pan full of fried rabbit or grouse ot walleye with potatoes & onions or a big piece of smoked sucker or tullibee .
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Old 04-03-2020, 02:51 PM   #104
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I went to a Paul McCartney concert in Ames once. It was very good. His wife Linda was the drummer. Somehow it became public that she was a vegetarian and encouraged a vegetarian lifestyle. Not wanting to be left out, I took up eating vegetarian pizzas.
Still have one every once in a while. Then I got into the local chain “Happy Joes” Hawaiian special which is Canadian bacon and pineapple. I have one of those about every other time I get a pizza. Rest of the time it’s meat and cheese. Do you know the Native American word for
“Bad Hunter”? It is Vegetarian.
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Old 04-03-2020, 05:49 PM   #105
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Do you have a cardiologist on speed dial ?
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Old 04-03-2020, 05:58 PM   #106
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If you’re asking me. No , I have big John at the pizza shop on speed dial. Don’t know a cardiologist. Probably be above a cardiologists pay grade when they find me. With a deer a little too big for a 70 plus year old guy to drag over that last big log.
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Old 04-04-2020, 11:25 AM   #107
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My wife's grandmother lived in W. Aliquippa Pa, a town surrounded on 3 sides by J&L Steel and a highway on the 4th. She took in borders to make ends meet and happy they were to be there. She moved to Perry Iowa to care for a farmer and left the house to her daughter. There was always a loud squeak under the hallway carpet upstairs. Time to fix. The boards were loose. What? Granny had a still. She was a bootlegger. No wonder she had such happy borders. She had her own State Store.
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Old 04-04-2020, 11:37 AM   #108
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My wife's grandmother lived in W. Aliquippa Pa, a town surrounded on 3 sides by J&L Steel and a highway on the 4th. She took in borders to make ends meet and happy they were to be there. She moved to Perry Iowa to care for a farmer and left the house to her daughter. There was always a loud squeak under the hallway carpet upstairs. Time to fix. The boards were loose. What? Granny had a still. She was a bootlegger. No wonder she had such happy borders. She had her own State Store.
Small world, I had an aunt/uncle and 2 cousins we used to visit in Aliquippa growing up. My uncle worked at J&L. Rest of my parents relatives were in the Bethel Park/Brownsville area south of Aliquippa. Pennsylvania would spread the waste from steel manufacture, called slag from steel mills on the roads in the winter for snow treatment.
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Old 04-04-2020, 12:33 PM   #109
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Todays lunch,
Jalapeno and cheese stuffed bratwurst cooked with some fried onions....tasty.
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Old 04-06-2020, 10:50 AM   #110
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This weekend I made some beef noodle soup with garlic green egg noodles. Really tasty with some of Iowa Daves brother's contraband garlic....... even better reheated for lunch.
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Old 04-06-2020, 12:23 PM   #111
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All you need is scrapple and liver mush to go along with the brats for a real "drop dead" meal.
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Dave, I am shocked. Pineapple on pizza? My favorite is sausage and mushroom.

ahhh, I miss Omaha rye bread. There's a meat market near my son's in San Diego that has a local brand that is a fairly good imitation.
My all time favorite is the Veggie Deluxe at Silly Al's in Quartzsite. Packed with vegetables & cheese, and the only placed I've ever had cashews on a pizza - hard to believe, but it works!
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Old 04-07-2020, 09:20 AM   #113
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Today's breakfast, taylor pork roll on a left over hot dog roll with cheese,,,,,,almost as good as poutine..........
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Old 04-07-2020, 03:22 PM   #114
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Old 04-07-2020, 04:35 PM   #115
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we made our own sour dough starter using wild yeast used it for pizza dough and waffles.
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Today's breakfast, taylor pork roll on a left over hot dog roll with cheese,,,,,,almost as good as poutine..........
Hi: cpaharley2008... and for brunch add sauerkraut and chopped onions. YUMM Alf
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Good idea Alf, we need more roughage in our diets......
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Todays breakfast, cheddar cheese grits with some ham bites......
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Substitute shrimp for the ham for Easter Week.
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It's been cold, wet, and dreary here. I started a batch of chili midday the other day. It called for a cup of dark beer, so I had to drink the rest. The sacrifices we make....
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