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cheese.
carved a slab of Extra-sharp Vermont White Cheddar.
 
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Oh, and I ate the Penn Station cheese steak and fries...
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You were in Penn Station, Hooty?
Vermont Extra-Sharp White is a specific type of cheese...
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Sorry for the confusion Pa....The last thing I bought was the sandwich at Penn Station..a sub shop here.  I posted it in the last thing I bought thread.

BTW, the cheese was swiss. 
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Smoked/kippered salmon on a bagel with cream cheese.  Then some blueberries.
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A Tim Horton's 'Ranch Chicken Wrap'
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Sub sandwich.

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Big%20smile (Real) Whipped Cream Strawberry Parfait with some fresh, strong French-roast coffee..
 
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Was lucky enough to find a REAL 'International Market' and stocked up on a bunch of fabulous Russian chocolate candies...just ate a "POMETEN" (note: n turned around)

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Homemade chicken caccitorre (probably messed up the spelling). with broccolli sauteed in oil and garlic.
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A nice chunk of Mexican Habanero Cheddar after some more Russian chocolate.
 
With some fresh French Roast coffee.
 
Some good ol' (well, maybe not) American ice-cold tuna-bacon bit pasta shell casserole.
 
No wonder folks can't get along - their foods sure can't!
 
(think I need some fresh octopus and a cigarette, about now)
 
Appears to have been "Yet another very BAAAAD Breakfast Experiment"
 
I'm thinkin' I'm kinda feelin' like 'The Champion' (at 1.57 into the following...)
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A double cheese, double bologna sandwich...... toasted..... with butter.  And a golden beverage to wash it down.
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Originally posted by Tiz Tiz wrote:

A double cheese, double bologna sandwich...... toasted..... with butter.  And a golden beverage to wash it down.
Confused Was that "golden beverage" a ginger ale, Tiz?
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I have a liquid dinner every morning consisting of a fifth of Jack Daniels, straight up.

 

No kidding.

It's awesome.
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Originally posted by RichardCranium RichardCranium wrote:

I have a liquid dinner every morning consisting of a fifth of Jack Daniels, straight up.

 

No kidding.

It's awesome.
 
I'll bet your liver thinks it's "awesome" too!
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peach yogurt (activia)
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Originally posted by Captain Pipcard Captain Pipcard wrote:

peach yogurt (activia)
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THAT is MissyDWolf's daily 'Breakfast of Champions'; we have a lot of it in the fridge.
 
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I ate a beer.
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Originally posted by Madawee Madawee wrote:

Originally posted by RichardCranium RichardCranium wrote:

I have a liquid dinner every morning consisting of a fifth of Jack Daniels, straight up.

 

No kidding.

It's awesome.
 
I'll bet your liver thinks it's "awesome" too!
 
The funny thing is, I had to stop drinking for a week because my wife had a conference out of town, and well, people tend to think less of you if you get "faced" around your five year old. Anyway, along about Wednesday the upper right side of my abdomen started hurting real bad. Thursday I went to the doctor and they ran a bunch of tests. No one was more shocked than I when my liver numbers were in the low-normal range. I had to make an appointment for an ultrasound, and subsequently an MRI. Meanwhile, the wife had come home that weekend before the ultrasound and MRI so I was cool to get poo-poo'd again. I went for the ultrasound on Monday, nothing. I went three days later for the MRI, again nothing. I went back to my doctor and he said they couldn't find anything wrong. I told him that since I wasn't hurting any more it probably was nothing. He asked when it stopped hurting and I remembered it was Saturday night after I ambushed the half gallon of Jack that seemed to be getting a little too comfortable on my bar.
 
Since then I just play the role of Otis on the Andy Griffith Show and all is good in the world.
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

I ate a beer.
 
I take it that it was an ale of some sort? You don't generally have to chew a lager... LOL
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A small cup of rocky road ice cream and a bowl of cold, spicy collard greens, large cup of water...guess it could be considered 'colon cleanser'. I feel I should worry about having a dream where I'm sleeping in a nice, warm bath...hope I can get out of bed in time.
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(dammit dammit dammit!!!)
Some chicken noodles...and I sneezed out about 1/2 mouthful...was able to swallow most of the rest of 'em, 'cept the few 'stragglers' that a had to pull through my nostrils...Dead
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Are you my father?
 
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...anything is possible... 
(although I currently recognize and know the names of five of my children; I'm not even certain some of the others even speak English)
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