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@BT: I know you're not keeping count....LOL...I know you live in one of the food capitols but I've the best pepper sauce in the history of the world. It gives heat and flavor. I think I mentioned it someplace before. Marie Sharp's Belizean Heat Habanero Pepper Sauce. It's on point.

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Always a plus when a guy can cook, specially if it is something more than burgers on the grill. I like to cook, but sometimes it would be nice if Trooper could as well, the poor guy can barely make Kraft mac n'cheese without burning the kitchen down. And if they are as good looking as BT they get extra credit and rewards ;)

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Tough crowd...

Well, it looks like BLT and I agree on something. I think it's the second time...

TBR, I learned to cook when my mom was in grad school. Served me well at Massachusetts Abnormal U, where the girls had never had beef Wellington, crepe Suzette, or soufflé for dessert, let alone Italian sausage.

Btw, BT eats his quiche with Crystal Hot Sauce.

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I do believe that real men can cook.

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hahahaha ! Ok this SO made me almost make my coffee come out my nose!!

"I also baked off two quiches with gluten-free crusts." WTF?

We are going to have to put your man card under review...;-)

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I do believe though that real men do eat quiche.

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@tbr: Life has been getting in the way so I've been slack in that area. Looking forward to correct it this weekend....LOL

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"I also baked off two quiches with gluten-free crusts."

WTF?

We are going to have to put your man card under review...;-)

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@BT: I love you too....LMAO

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No bone in for you tonight, BLT? How disappointing.

Maybe with a little effort, you'll get the bone in tomorrow.

BT

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Pan seared rib eye steak (suppose to have the bone in but this one didn't the other does) asparagus. The really tiny ones but oddly enough I found them a bit chewy at the bottom. Who knows I ate them anyway and only half of the steak. The price was so good on the rib eye I had to read the label to see if it was born in the USA. It was. Publix if any south Floridians are interested as they are on sale this week.

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