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    Unconventional Thursday #496

    With the reps and dems having their hen-fests how's about a grilled cheese Thursday..

    With Hurricanes as the DOTD.

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    And prayers to all the people in the south east who have to deal with Isaac...


    DONE!

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    I have found myself completely not interested in the convention coverage this go-round. Is that bad? Can I have my grilled cheese with bacon in it? Seems appropriate ...
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    Since I'm dismayed at my choice of the next pres, then I am ignoring convention coverage. I find it more exciting to sit on my front porch and watch the soybeans grow in the field across the street.

    How about an open face grilled tomato and cheese sandwich, washed down with a Pepsi? Maybe my appetite for "real" food will improve with the cooler weather.

    Happy almost Labor Day weekend, everyone.
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    Can I have my grilled cheese (gruyere) with LOBSTAH? Swear, it was on the menu where I went to dinner last night..
    I will have a DOTD whilst I wait though, thanks! Happy almost Labor Day - our big to-do is on Sunday! Cocktails, Crocquet and Music at the Coopers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Karen View Post
    I have found myself completely not interested in the convention coverage this go-round. Is that bad? Can I have my grilled cheese with bacon in it? Seems appropriate ...
    Too much nastiness and bile being broadcast....

    GC with apple smoked bacon!

    Tea?

    DONE!

    Pom,
    Open faced Grilled mater and cheese, one ice cold Pepsi and nice chair!

    DONE!

    Pinot.

    One Gruyere and lobstah, and a hurricane!

    DONE!

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    Time to campaign for the Meadow Party!

    Don't blame me, I voted for Bill and Opus!

    How about some Corona to wash down the chili and cornbread?
    The one eyed man in the kingdom of the blind wasn't king, he was stoned for seeing light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady's Human View Post
    Time to campaign for the Meadow Party!

    Don't blame me, I voted for Bill and Opus!

    How about some Corona to wash down the chili and cornbread?
    I'll trade you three Coronas for a cornbread.....

    let's open up the patio and dicuss this over chili....

    DONE!

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    I'll take a grilled cheese with bacon and tomato (YUM!) and a hurricane, please. (The drink...Isaac can just vamoose somewhere not here.)
    I've been finally defrosted by cassiesmom!
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    Quote Originally Posted by smokey the elder View Post
    I'll take a grilled cheese with bacon and tomato (YUM!) and a hurricane, please. (The drink...Isaac can just vamoose somewhere not here.)
    I can give you a grilled cheese and a hurricane, but can't promise anything that has to do with the weather?


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    Hi everyone! (waves)

    I'm taking it easy recovering from surgery. Just going to sit over here by the fire (it's only 9oC here this am). I've put on a pot of tea if any one is interested. We'll be celebrating Cali and Diego's birthday later today.

    Hope everyone involved with that nasty weather is doing ok.
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    It's canning day!

    Anyone want to come hep?
    The one eyed man in the kingdom of the blind wasn't king, he was stoned for seeing light.

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    Gayle is not allowed to - she's recuperating - maybe we should send Lady over so she can get some puppy snuggles - and that'll keep her out of the way! I'll do peeling and slicing of things ...
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    Up entirely too late trying to pack and organize...how can a studio apartment have so much cr@p?!?!?!?!

    I need a flame thrower and a backhoe...

    A grilled cheese, tomato and bacon sandwich would be lovely right now too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Queen of Poop View Post
    Hi everyone! (waves)

    I'm taking it easy recovering from surgery. Just going to sit over here by the fire (it's only 9oC here this am). I've put on a pot of tea if any one is interested. We'll be celebrating Cali and Diego's birthday later today.

    Hope everyone involved with that nasty weather is doing ok.
    Sit back and I'll take care of your order.......

    Can I make Cali and Diego a late 'fish cake' for a b-day celebration.

    Done.

    LH,

    Let me wash my hands, I remember my G-ma canning stuff.

    I always want to learn more about cooking.

    DJ.

    I can get you a book of matches and some charcoal fluid?

    Grilled cheese, tomato and bacon?

    DONE!

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    How's the canning going, Lady's Humans? Richard, you could make a trip North a few states and get hand's on lessons I am betting!

    Most common newbie mistake in canning - filling the vessel too full, so there's no way for a vacuum to form for the seal!
    Between my grandfather's gardens and ours we did a lot of canning this time of year! Currant jelly was one of my favorites - Grandpa Smith had currant bushes and we made some every year, clear and the color of dark garnets by the jarful. Sooooooooo much better than grape jelly for a peanut butter sandwich, too.
    I've Been Frosted

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