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Well actually what I would be holding in 'both hands' is what I be hand feeding you :)

and Carrie sorry to hear about that struggle so I will not be making anymore jokes about 600m to $1200 a day HSE(safety) consultant...........

( In addition Just I myself have heard of them them there oil fields, didn't that fellow named Jed Clampett find one ?)

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creamy id like to eat at your house..mmmmmm and bet the desert would be great and low calorie too....lol

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Well it is just Gary and I tonight so I am not sure what to make....I am making apple jelly and bread and butter pickles today....dinner I am thinking red skin potato salad with an light italian dressing, grilled turkey, and some tomato, cuckes, and sliced onion....tomorrow again just the two of us and thinking blt salads....

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Thanks M,

I know it has been years (decades) since I was a teenager and worked on my Uncle's and also my best friends fathers' farms but that is what I remembered. You explained it better then my long term memory - lol.

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M,

Yeah....again I was trying to approach this tactfully but eating raw meat from a Chuck or Shoulder vs. the short loin I always thought was not good. Maybe I am mistaken.

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Just,

Wow! Then you are very lucky to still be working. As that is what my hubby does and hasn't had work since the beginning of the year. Very few of the consultants we know have been working. A lot of them are losing their homes and much more because of the lack of work. I, personally wouldn't be bragging on how much I was making, in this economy. Especially when it is so easy to end up being one of the ones who are struggling.

Carrie

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"SensuousAndNasty, First off we want to thank you for fighting to keep our country safe.. Without people like you,we would not have our freedom.. We hear you on the good foods,there are many cultures that have excellent food..." ----------------------------------------------------------- Thank the man and women who are currently serving. I appreciate your words but I retired 14 years ago and then took a cushy job in the Casino business while on the side whoring my training and background back to the government as a consultant on Middle Eastern terrorism. I left both of those behind in 2004 and in 2005 and now have a small business where I can relive my childhood.

Our appreciation should be directed to those serving today.

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well i ate crow a couple days ago and torta is too far away so it will be subs at the beach tonite

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SensuousAndNasty, First off we want to thank you for fighting to keep our country safe.. Without people like you,we would not have our freedom.. We hear you on the good foods,there are many cultures that have excellent food...

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"BOUDIN, GUMBO, ETTOUFFEE, JAMBALAYA, SAUCE PIQUANT, FRICASSE...

...TABOULI, HUMUS" ------------------------------------------------------------ Actually, I love all those foods. Having had the privilege of serving my country in foriegn lands 17 out of 21 years, I always tried to embrace the different cultures and foods.

I loved the food (and people, especially the women - lol) in Israel. The Arabic cuisines are also very tasty as well as interesting. In France, I thought the food was edible but overrated with the exception of Steak TarTare which I love.

In Japan the Kobe beef is outstanding. The Kobe Porterhouses & Filet Mignon are delicious "bloody" rare. However, as both a farm boy growing up and as a young adult in my travels it is my understanding that only those cuts from the short loin are recommended to be eaten raw within recipes or cooked rare.

Hell, one food I cannot eat and I am primarily of scottish heritage is haggis.

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