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    Full as a summer tick !!!

    Thinking I may have overindulged, just a tad.
    Put on a pot of fresh neck-bones (hog, for those who aren't familiar with the terminology) seasoned with garlic salt and black pepper only, brought to a rolling boil and turned down to a slow rolling boil after the heat is up to temp, boiled slow for 2 1/2 hrs., baked some fresh home-made cornbread with honey and molasses added.
    Tried to not eat too much, but it was just too darn tasty.
    Finished off with a 4-finger George Dickel Sour Mash and water for desert.
    Feelin' like an early sack time tonight.
    The I.R.S. must love poor folks, they create more and more every day.

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    Know what you mean.
    Wife and I just returned home from my sister's house, where my side of the family celebrated an early Christmas gathering and gift exchange.
    We had a Chicken/Pork sausage/Okra Gumbo, with all the Cajun fixings. Sweets too.
    A couple Coors Lite after the meal. Now, I'm done for the day.
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    Did yard work for a while until it started raining and sleeting. Retired to the barn to work on the 2320 when Ms. SuperGlideSport hailed me in for supper. Home made fettuccine with shrimp in light Alfredo sauce, steamed broccoli with Italian garlic bread and a good glass of Chianti! Followed by another glass of wine and some home made Italian Pistachio cookies!! Bellissimo!!

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    I had Cambells potato soup......
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    Pasty and Busch light for me. lol!!!
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    Grilled Prime bone-in Rib Eye; fried okra and a slice of hot sour dough bread with a big dollup of butter.
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    Sounds like everyone had some good eats yesterday, even the Cambells Potatoe soup sounds good.
    The I.R.S. must love poor folks, they create more and more every day.

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    Gettin ready for Xmas dinner....... Had a bowl of Raisin Bran last night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gizmo2 View Post
    Gettin ready for Xmas dinner....... Had a bowl of Raisin Bran last night.
    Raisin Bran doused with prune juice, instead of milk, will purge you out fairly quickly.
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    The I.R.S. must love poor folks, they create more and more every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Berger View Post
    Raisin Bran doused with prune juice, instead of milk, will purge you out fairly quickly.
    I like it!
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