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Well the day is upon us...

OK tomorrow.

I'll be traveling but back in time the game.

I suspect I'll do a solid White Trash Super bowl.

Onion Dip
Potato chips

Fritos Scoops
& Velveeta Ro-Tel dip

Grilled New York's @ half time

For the libation - Walker Firestone Double Barrel Ale.

I'm wondering what other unhealthy foods I can find.

Maybe some Spaghetti-O's

You?

Dimitri

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Dimitri wrote:
Well the day is upon us...

OK tomorrow.

I'll be traveling but back in time the game.

I suspect I'll do a solid White Trash Super bowl.


That's the best way. And it's what I'm doing.

Onion Dip
Potato chips

Fritos Scoops
& Velveeta Ro-Tel dip

Grilled New York's @ half time

For the libation - Walker Firestone Double Barrel Ale.

I'm wondering what other unhealthy foods I can find.

Maybe some Spaghetti-O's


Well, normally my tradition is to go out to brunch. All you can
eat. For the past however many years now, it's been a
really fancy place, too, I will miss that.

Breaking tradition ... I'm just getting over my second crappy
cold this month ... that is a new record, even for me. I don't
feel up to going out, even though I'm on the mend. Meaning,
I'm hungry! I'm always hungry when I'm getting over a cold.

So far I boiled eggs for devilled eggs, went to Costco to
get this 6 layer mexican dip and I'll have that with tortilla
chips. Ron's making baked ziti from the Cook's Illustrated
that came today ... we've never even made that before!
Sun Chips.

In other words, just a bunch of unrelated food, mostly store
bought.

nancy
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Dimitri wrote:
Well the day is upon us...
OK tomorrow.

I'll be traveling but back in time the game.

I suspect I'll do a solid White Trash Super bowl.

Onion Dip
Potato chips

Fritos Scoops & Velveeta Ro-Tel dip

Grilled New York's @ half time

For the libation - Walker Firestone Double Barrel Ale.

I'm wondering what other unhealthy foods I can find.

Maybe some Spaghetti-O's

You?


My "Super Bowl" chili. I only make this version for Super Bowl Sunday.
Also chicken wings and probably a cole slaw plus assorted nosherai.
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"Dimitri" wrote:

I suspect I'll do a solid White Trash Super bowl.


Weenie wraps with Hillshire Lit'l Smokies and crescent roll dough fit
the bill. Remember to cut the crescent triangles from eight to sixteen
lengthwise before wrapping. Ruffly potato chips with fresh made Lipton
onion dip. Chicken wing segments marinated in a nearly 50-50 soy
sauce-lemon juice mixture with a bit of jalapeno juice and cut jalapeno
wheels mixed in. Then bake the wings as usual after three hours
marination. Now if there were more than two of us at our party, I might
include bite sized veggies and ranch sauce for the 'square meal' people.
It just don't git no better.

leo
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On Sat, 31 Jan 2009 16:04:24 -0800, "Dimitri"
wrote:

Well the day is upon us...

OK tomorrow.

I'll be traveling but back in time the game.

I suspect I'll do a solid White Trash Super bowl.

Onion Dip
Potato chips

Fritos Scoops
& Velveeta Ro-Tel dip

Grilled New York's @ half time

For the libation - Walker Firestone Double Barrel Ale.

I'm wondering what other unhealthy foods I can find.

Maybe some Spaghetti-O's

You?

Dimitri


I was thinking the game was the perfect excuse for some unhealthy food
also Dimitri.

We'll be snacking on some spicy chicken bites, and a salami and cheese
plate. If I get ambitious I'll make some deviled eggs.

Later we'll grill rib eyes and have that with some roasted fingerling
potatoes and some veggies, haven't decided which veggies yet.

Or, I'll open a couple of cans of chili and get the crackers out
because we'll be too busy with our new baby. We are getting our
Queeensland Heeler puppy tomorrow morning.

koko
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koko wrote in news:[email protected]
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Or, I'll open a couple of cans of chili and get the crackers out
because we'll be too busy with our new baby. We are getting our
Queeensland Heeler puppy tomorrow morning.



That would be Queensland :-)

but we do call them Blue Heelers.


Another fine export to the States :-)


You're going to be *very* busy with him/her. Or you could just get some
cows for it to work :-)

What are you going to call it?

BTW, when it gets older, watch out for the 'herding instinct'. You'll know
when it gets that by the nips on your ankles/heels :-)

--
Peter Lucas
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Queensland
Australia


Soldati, io esco da Roma. Chi vuole continuare la guerra contro lo
straniero venga con me. Non posso offrigli ne¤ onori ne¤ stipendi; gli
offro fame, sete, marce forzate, battaglie e morte. Chi ama la Patria mi
segua.

—Garibaldi, Giuseppe
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koko wrote:

Or, I'll open a couple of cans of chili and get the crackers out
because we'll be too busy with our new baby. We are getting our
Queeensland Heeler puppy tomorrow morning.


Congratulations! Puppies are so wonderful. We are so in love with ours.
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koko wrote:

Or, I'll open a couple of cans of chili and get the crackers out
because we'll be too busy with our new baby. We are getting our
Queeensland Heeler puppy tomorrow morning.


Congratulations! Puppies are so wonderful. We are so in love with ours.


So is Lucas


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koko wrote:

Or, I'll open a couple of cans of chili and get the crackers out
because we'll be too busy with our new baby. We are getting our
Queeensland Heeler puppy tomorrow morning.

Congratulations! Puppies are so wonderful. We are so in love with ours.


So is Lucas


Lucas is in love with my puppy???????
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Janet Wilder wrote in news:0076fd58$0$14765$c3e8da3
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HeavyOrange wrote:
"Janet Wilder" wrote in message
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koko wrote:

Or, I'll open a couple of cans of chili and get the crackers out
because we'll be too busy with our new baby. We are getting our
Queeensland Heeler puppy tomorrow morning.
Congratulations! Puppies are so wonderful. We are so in love with ours.


So is Lucas


Lucas is in love with my puppy???????



It's a stalker troll, Janet.



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Australia


Soldati, io esco da Roma. Chi vuole continuare la guerra contro lo straniero
venga con me. Non posso offrigli ne¤ onori ne¤ stipendi; gli offro fame,
sete, marce forzate, battaglie e morte. Chi ama la Patria mi segua.

—Garibaldi, Giuseppe


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On Sun, 1 Feb 2009 03:22:37 +0000 (UTC), "Peter-Lucas"
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koko wrote in news:[email protected]
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Or, I'll open a couple of cans of chili and get the crackers out
because we'll be too busy with our new baby. We are getting our
Queeensland Heeler puppy tomorrow morning.



That would be Queensland :-)

but we do call them Blue Heelers.


Another fine export to the States :-)


You're going to be *very* busy with him/her. Or you could just get some
cows for it to work :-)


She'll be busy working the squirrels back into their holes. ;-)

What are you going to call it?


Stan's pretty set on Matilda, as in Waltzing Matilda...
http://kids.niehs.nih.gov/lyrics/matilda.htm

BTW, when it gets older, watch out for the 'herding instinct'. You'll know
when it gets that by the nips on your ankles/heels :-)


So we've heard, or shall I say "herd" ha ha.

koko
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On Sun, 1 Feb 2009 03:22:37 +0000 (UTC), "Peter-Lucas"
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You're going to be *very* busy with him/her. Or you could just get some
cows for it to work :-)


She'll be busy working the squirrels back into their holes. ;-)



Hmmmm, you may not have to worry about feeding her too much then :-)



What are you going to call it?


Stan's pretty set on Matilda, as in Waltzing Matilda...



Oh well....... it could be worse ;-P



http://kids.niehs.nih.gov/lyrics/matilda.htm

BTW, when it gets older, watch out for the 'herding instinct'. You'll

know
when it gets that by the nips on your ankles/heels :-)


So we've heard, or shall I say "herd" ha ha.


:-)

It hurts the first few time, till you get used to the pain :-)

And you never see the sneaky little buggers come up to do it either. It's
amazing how it's part of their genetic makeup, they know how to 'herd'
even if they've never been anywhere near cattle/sheep.

If you've got goats, or ducks, they'll do as well :-)



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Brisbane
Australia


Soldati, io esco da Roma. Chi vuole continuare la guerra contro lo
straniero venga con me. Non posso offrigli ne¤ onori ne¤ stipendi; gli
offro fame, sete, marce forzate, battaglie e morte. Chi ama la Patria mi
segua.

—Garibaldi, Giuseppe
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I'm wondering what other unhealthy foods I can find.


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Dimitri wrote:

I'm wondering what other unhealthy foods I can find.


Watching the news and they say that Super Bowl Sunday is now the second
biggest food day right after Thanksgiving.

They estimate that 1 billiion chicken wings will be consumed and 99
million avocados. The Hass Avocado Board says that would fill a football
field from end to end and be 19 feet deep. That's a lot of guacamole!

The also said that the average amount of fat grams consumed will be 40
grams and it will take over two hours of strenuous workout to burn it
off. They suggest starting the exercising early. ;-)

--Lin
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"Lin" wrote in message

Watching the news and they say that Super Bowl Sunday is now the second
biggest food day right after Thanksgiving.

They estimate that 1 billiion chicken wings will be consumed and 99
million avocados. The Hass Avocado Board says that would fill a football
field from end to end and be 19 feet deep. That's a lot of guacamole!

The also said that the average amount of fat grams consumed will be 40
grams and it will take over two hours of strenuous workout to burn it off.
They suggest starting the exercising early. ;-)

--Lin


I have a few shows on the DVR and tonight will be a good time to watch a
couple of them because there is a football game on and a lot of repeats. .

I'll get some wings when the price comes back down.

We did go to Federal Hill in Providence yesterday so we do have some goodies
to enjoy. A few cheeses, salami and bread. I'll open a bottle of wine and
we'll nibble on that for dinner tonight.




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