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    I worked in the bake shop on Enterprise. Nothing like hot fresh bread right outta the oven!!!

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    I wish I could bake a fresh loaf for you Butch.
    There are but two seasons. Winter, and preparing for winter.
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    All I'll need is some butter!

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    There are but two seasons. Winter, and preparing for winter.
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    I opted for homemade Reuben sandwiches tonight rather than the traditional corned beef and cabbage. My wife makes an awesome Reuben!
    "The mind is the limiting factor." ~Robin Brown, aka Brownie

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    We did the corned beef and cabbage dinner for 2nd time tonight. Two fundraisers. Tonight was for the hospital new building fund.
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    Interesting how a limited gene pool and a limited labor force seem to be so closely related.

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    My wife is visiting the auld country, so I cook simple.

    Fried a mess of last years grenn bean and a pound of tofu.

    Used some HOT oil that my wife made for me.
    A work mate of hers had grown some habanero chilies and was unable to eat them ( Danes, as a rule, don't handle the hot stuff well).
    So she gave them to my wife , who soaked them in Rape seed oil.

    That'll put a nice edge on fried stuff

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    Moose steak with pepper and onions on a sweet potato "bun". Buffalo brussel sprouts too. Trying to lose a few lbs eating low carb. Probably actually losing weight from no beer, but still pretty tasty.

    -Sean

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    Looks excellent!!!
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    I'll have a plate, please!

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