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mmmmm on a cold day.....

...a nice big ass bowl of smokin hot Butter & Cheese Grits w/Tabasco - Washin it down with some home brewed coffee that is strong enought to run a fiddy - Count down to O Ring blow out T minus.......

Whats yer cold day hot meal? Other than the obviuos 18 yr old snatch

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What the hell are grits?

Mine is 3 over-easy eggs, 2 pieces of buttered toast, shoe string hash browns and 4 strips of bacon. Coffee as well of course.
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What the hell are grits?.
If ya don't know? j/k, what Ken said - Aquired taste, big in the South - mmmm mmmm good to me

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My wifes 5 alarm chili. Good for clearing the lower intestine.
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...a nice big ass bowl of smokin hot Butter & Cheese Grits w/Tabasco - Washin it down with some home brewed coffee that is strong enought to run a fiddy - Count down to O Ring blow out T minus.......

Whats yer cold day hot meal? Other than the obviuos 18 yr old snatch
dude, if you didnt have to take a dump within 5 sips of your coffee then you didnt make it strong enough.



grits rule.

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dude, if you didnt have to take a dump within 5 sips of your coffee then you didnt make it strong enough.



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Chili.....my Dad's recipe. It simmers for 5 hours...mmmmmmmmmmm

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mMMM Georgia IceCream! (Grits)

Cook them in at least a Tblspoon of bacon grease and 2 tblspoons of butter, some salt and pepper.. Dang!

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Whats yer cold day hot meal? Other than the obviuos 18 yr old snatch [/QUOTE]

How about just hot snatch in general???
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Slow-cooked oatmeal with apples, brown sugar and NUTMEG. Made with butter and milk, of course. Or perhaps an omelet made with mushrooms, asparagus and cream cheese, along with sliced potatoes cooked in sausage drippings and onions (my dinner Monday night).

Lunch today (and yesterday) was leftover chaimeni kufta (Armenian meatballs) and a risotto made with spinach, Portabella mushrooms and Feta cheese. Chaimen is a combination of spices guaranteed to warm your insides (fenugreek, cumin, allspice, cayenne pepper, paprika, salt and pepper) - it makes me homesick for my grandmother's cooking.

And around 3:00 I'll be slicing off some of my home-made banana-walnut bread.

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Slow-cooked oatmeal with apples, brown sugar and NUTMEG. Made with butter and milk, of course. Or perhaps an omelet made with mushrooms, asparagus and cream cheese, along with sliced potatoes cooked in sausage drippings and onions (my dinner Monday night).

Lunch today (and yesterday) was leftover chaimeni kufta (Armenian meatballs) and a risotto made with spinach, Portabella mushrooms and Feta cheese. Chaimen is a combination of spices guaranteed to warm your insides (fenugreek, cumin, allspice, cayenne pepper, paprika, salt and pepper) - it makes me homesick for my grandmother's cooking.

And around 3:00 I'll be slicing off some of my home-made banana-walnut bread.
Kimmy why do people fuck up banana bread by putting nuts in it?????????? When I ride out there this summer I expect no nuts in my banana bread
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And around 3:00 I'll be slicing off some of my home-made banana-walnut bread.
Throw some of that my way




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I am goign to panera for a big ass bread bowl filled with chicken wild rice soup and a half bacon turkey bravo. Mmmmmmmm loggin off, see you guys




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Fine, Steve... I will make it extra-special, just for you!

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i just got done making a pot roast, since someone else said they were making one it got me hungry for pot roast too.

YUMMY i am a good cook!



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