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476 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Mon Aug 31, 2015 8:35 pm

Barbara101

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Want's me to sign in using Facebook ..

I have to do that but I set mine to private.'

I buy Jones at Publix.

477 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Mon Aug 31, 2015 9:00 pm

bethk

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Photobucket is obviously done with maintenance....



Barb, that fish looks great! Was it super spicy?

478 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Mon Aug 31, 2015 9:07 pm

Barbara101

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No, in fact it was mild. I think when I have leftovers ,I will give it  a shot of hot sauce lol.

479 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Mon Aug 31, 2015 9:15 pm

UNCLE JIMMY

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bethk wrote:That's not a brand that's available here, either.....

I tried to log into my photobucket account and it won't let me.  Want's me to sign in using Facebook and attach my friends list, etc.  Ain't gonna happen.

So, close your eyes and picture two crispy (hard) taco shells with taco meat, lettuce, onion, tomato & sour cream on a white plate.

That was supper.

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I kept messin' around on Photobucket and finally got a screen that said they were down for maintenance.

Maybe it'll work tomorrow.

Maybe when you logged in, they said, this girl is gonna send us a pic of her food meals, ....they got hungry, and put the bucket in maintenance mode; so they could go out and get something to eat!

LOL.... Am I sick in the head, or what?

480 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Mon Aug 31, 2015 9:46 pm

bethk

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Well, yeah, you are sick in the head.....

but we've always know that!

LOL Hahahahahahaaha.....JUST KIDDIN'

481 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Mon Aug 31, 2015 10:39 pm

UNCLE JIMMY

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bethk wrote:Well, yeah, you are sick in the head.....

but we've always know that!

LOL  Hahahahahahaaha.....JUST KIDDIN'



I just said to Tina," How the heck am I gonna eat my waffles now?"
They are LOADED with carbs!.... She said,"put them in a ziplock baggie with the syrup, and chew from the outside of the baggie!"

482 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Mon Aug 31, 2015 11:26 pm

UNCLE JIMMY

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Fried cabbage and onions with bacon pieces.

Had 2 dogs with the buns; so I didn't eat the tater tots.






483 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 12:39 am

Bugster2

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Pastrami sandwiches tonight.

We have Jones sausage out here. I will have to pick up a package. I did try their liverwurst and didn't care for it. I must have a sensitive tongue because I can taste the differences between the brands of almost everything and I have brand favorites.

484 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 1:38 am

UNCLE JIMMY

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Bugster2 wrote:Pastrami sandwiches tonight.

We have Jones sausage out here. I will have to pick up a package. I did try their liverwurst and didn't care for it. I must have a sensitive tongue because I can taste the differences between the brands of almost everything and I have brand favorites.

Tina has that extra sense of smell, and taste.
She is like a cat smelling the air.


Oh bugs.....forgot to mention, Jim and Sher when they were in CA in the LA area, they went to a drive up burger place ( In-N-Out ) and could not believe the cars in line to get served. Jimmy said they were the best burgers they had ever eaten.

485 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 3:46 am

Bugster2

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In N' Out is an institution out here. I have been eating them since the early 60's. They are very good, especially for the price point. Their fries are not good, although most people love them. We think they taste and have the texture of wallboard. They are freshly cut but they are only fried once, not twice, and that is what makes a good French fry. The owner is a 30 year old girl. She is worth billions. Her daddy died back in the 90's in a plane crash near us.
I wish they could have tried a Tommy's burger, another L.A. institution.

486 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 11:54 am

Barbara101

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Looks good Jimmy..Flip phone Shocked Shocked lol!


Had in an out,No way would I sit in line for one.. Evil or Very Mad Evil or Very Mad  Same for Five Guys. McD etc they are weird meat and all smushed together and messy..

487 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 12:27 pm

Bugster2

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They are going to opening a bunch of Aldi's stores, or is it Aldo's out here. I understand they are an east coast store. Has anyone been into one? What are they like?

488 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 12:33 pm

Barbara101

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Bugster2 wrote:They are going to opening a bunch of Aldi's stores, or is it Aldo's out here. I understand they are an east coast store. Has anyone been into one? What are they like?



Opened just  last Wed.Right by  my house. no bags ,you take your own. Pay 25c for a cart.cash or debit.No brands just off brands.I found nothing a good lower price.So I went back to Harris Teeter and 2 wal mart grocery only, opened . Higher priced then HT.Except for cat food.42c vs 60c..

489 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 1:04 pm

UNCLE JIMMY

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Bugster2 wrote:In N' Out is an institution out here. I have been eating them since the early 60's. They are very good, especially for the price point. Their fries are not good, although most people love them. We think they taste and have the texture of wallboard. They are freshly cut but they are only fried once, not twice, and that is what makes a good French fry. The owner is a 30 year old girl. She is worth billions. Her daddy died back in the 90's in a plane crash near us.
I wish they could have tried a Tommy's burger, another L.A. institution.

Next time it will be a Tommy's burger.... they loved it so much out there, they are waiting for the next chance to visit the State again. They had a great time.

490 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 3:01 pm

NormM

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There is an Aldi's near here. I went there once. They had no variety and generic brands. I didn't buy anything.

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491 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 3:12 pm

UNCLE JIMMY

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Bugster2 wrote:They are going to opening a bunch of Aldi's stores, or is it Aldo's out here. I understand they are an east coast store. Has anyone been into one? What are they like?

They stink...
I wouldn't buy anything from them. I did the refrigeration on a new store, and they are pigs with cleanliness. New produce stored with rotted garbage.
The display cases were filthy and never sanitized.

492 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 3:45 pm

Bugster2

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AAYYEEEE!!!! Thanks for the heads-up.

493 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 7:38 pm

Imelda HL

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UNCLE JIMMY wrote:
Bugster2 wrote:Pastrami sandwiches tonight.

We have Jones sausage out here. I will have to pick up a package. I did try their liverwurst and didn't care for it. I must have a sensitive tongue because I can taste the differences between the brands of almost everything and I have brand favorites.

Tina has that extra sense of smell, and taste.
She is like a cat smelling the air.


Oh bugs.....forgot to mention, Jim and Sher when they were in CA in the LA area, they went to a drive up burger place ( In-N-Out ) and could not believe the cars in line to get served. Jimmy said they were the best burgers they had ever eaten.

have you guys tried Culver's Burger? it's my our new favorite burger place, I don't really care about In N Out burger, Dirk likes it, but now we go to its neighbor, Culver's, so many choices, their prime ribs burger is very good too, the value basket price is about the same price at In N Out or McD

and when you sign up online, they will give you coupon BOGO ( we love it ) cheers

here is the one we ordered on our last visit, double burger, so good, juicy but a bit crispy


494 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 8:39 pm

bethk

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Culver's has butter burgers !!!

It's my grandchildren's favorite burger place ~ and the fact they have soft serve frozen custard with 100's of 'mix-in' choices has no bearing on Culver's being their favorite burger place.....LOL

(and their onion rings are great, too!)

495 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 9:01 pm

UNCLE JIMMY

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Imelda HL wrote:
UNCLE JIMMY wrote:
Bugster2 wrote:Pastrami sandwiches tonight.

We have Jones sausage out here. I will have to pick up a package. I did try their liverwurst and didn't care for it. I must have a sensitive tongue because I can taste the differences between the brands of almost everything and I have brand favorites.

Tina has that extra sense of smell, and taste.
She is like a cat smelling the air.


Oh bugs.....forgot to mention, Jim and Sher when they were in CA in the LA area, they went to a drive up burger place ( In-N-Out ) and could not believe the cars in line to get served. Jimmy said they were the best burgers they had ever eaten.

have you guys tried Culver's Burger? it's my our new favorite burger place, I don't really care about In N Out burger, Dirk likes it, but now we go to its neighbor, Culver's, so many choices, their prime ribs burger is very good too, the value basket price is about the same price at In N Out or McD

and when you sign up online, they will give you coupon BOGO ( we love it )  cheers

here is the one we ordered on our last visit, double burger, so good, juicy but a bit crispy



Imelda, the prime rib ground for burgers, is the best.
We have them like once or twice a year.

496 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 9:09 pm

bethk

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But, Jimmy....didn't you read what I posted?

CULVER'S HAS B*U*T*T*E*R B*U*R*G*E*R*S !!!!!

They are as good as my own!

497 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 9:15 pm

Barbara101

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? what is that? butter added to burger?

498 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 9:57 pm

bethk

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They cook their burgers on a flat top grill in butter....the edges get smushed out and the burgers get a crispy edge. Good stuff.

If you order a cheeseburger the cheese gets that little bit of crisp, too.

In the area where I grew up we had White Tower Restaurants, the first that were open 24 hours, I think. They advertised they were the home of 'Butter Burgers'. I think it's something you fall in love with when you're a kid and then you base your opinion of all burgers on that standard.

499 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 10:10 pm

UNCLE JIMMY

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bethk wrote:But, Jimmy....didn't you read what I posted?

CULVER'S HAS B*U*T*T*E*R  B*U*R*G*E*R*S !!!!!

They are as good as my own!

I missed it...must have slipped through the cracks.
I got it now though!!

Ooooo! Butter burgers. ummmm! ...I can have butter, right Barb? No carbs in that, right?

500 Re: August, 2105 ~ What's for Supper? on Tue Sep 01, 2015 10:28 pm

Barbara101

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  Butter for me and Olive oil.  Margarine is gross,, Real full fat cream,heavy cream.

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