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    I'm mighty proud to report I made chili and corn bread. Nothing fancy. No whiskey or garnishments. No fritos, doritos, or tortillos. Delicious!

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    I just made poached eggs on multi-grain toast, which I am now eating in my room, because my roommate can't stand the sight of them.

    I really am a sucker.
    WOOP WOOP WOOP
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    this is something insanely simple but really delicious most people could figure this out on their own
    1 piece of honey baked/or spiral ham (cooked I just use some i have left over from christmas that's in the freezer) you want a sweet ham
    1/2 tbs butter
    1 biscuit
    1 egg
    blue cheese crumbles
    heavy cream/milk/or half and half
    salt and pepper

    cook the biscuit or heat it whatever you need to do

    in a frying pan melt the butter over medium heat,add the ham fry until theirs little golden brown spots flip it do the same.

    while ham is cooking in a small ball beat the egg with a splash of the milk/cream salt and pepper and through in a 1/4th a handful to a handful of the blue cheese beat again take the ham out and put on a plate there should be enough grease for the egg if not add either oil or butter cook the egg. I tend to only use half the egg when i make breakfast sandwhiches but you could either make 2 or put all the egg on it. But i cook a little extra ham and give the other half of the egg to the dog with a small piece of ham, perhaps a small child would work aswell. I just think a whole egg is too much egg. assemble the sandwhich and eat
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    2nd batch of kombucha, I have two mothers now.... I was loving my raspberry-ginger flavour that I had made. It's awesome, then some stupid health scare about frozen berries. Not my brand but you know you don't really feel like drinking frozen berry tea once Hep A is mentioned. So poured off 2 bottles today from the main brew. One is ginger, the other plain at this stage. Although I might weaken and throw some passionfruit pulp in there tomorrow.

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    Grilled double-cut pork chop with cipollini onions, bell peppers, balsamic vinegar and orange vino cotto. I had it at Babbo in NYC and I loved it so much I had to make it myself.

    Everybody have fun tonight. Everybody Wang Chung tonight.

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    INTP friend and I made lasagna. It's in the oven.
    “We need to remember what's important in life: friends, waffles, work. Or waffles, friends, work. Doesn't matter, but work is third.” - Leslie Knope

    "Nothing lasts forever, some things aren't meant to be. But you'll never find the answers 'til you set your old heart free."

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    Chicken fajita stuffed peppers (chicken, quinoa, corn, beans, onions, all manner of spices)
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    Is there a term for the food version of sexual frustration? Food frustration? When you look at food photographs or read recipes and your longing for that food is practically unbearable?

    I get it bad in this thread.

    and it's nice enough to
    make a man
    weep, but I don't
    weep, do
    you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Is there a term for the food version of sexual frustration? Food frustration? When you look at food photographs or read recipes and your longing for that food is practically unbearable?

    I get it bad in this thread.

    Richard Blakeley's This Is Why You're Fat

    That's what I feel whenever I visit this site. Never, ever do this on a bad day. Ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gamine View Post
    Richard Blakeley's This Is Why You're Fat

    That's what I feel whenever I visit this site. Never, ever do this on a bad day. Ever.
    DAMMIT NO

    NO

    DEAR GOD WHY

    and it's nice enough to
    make a man
    weep, but I don't
    weep, do
    you?

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