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Dog3 wrote:
> I'm freezing but feeling much better. They still have not scheduled
> me. I think I'm gonna try lunch today. I have not eaten much. A
> reuben sounds great. It looks like the CA trip is canceled yet again.
>
> Michael <- gonna try to climb into the Jeep I got new tires. Steven
> bought 'em for me. They're great. Pirellis (sp) My Jeep is so old.
> It's like a '98 but I hate like heck to pass it up. It's an old
> Cherokee and I love it. If they made 'em again I'd buy another. I do
> not like the Liberty. Steven's Jeep is almost new but he was in a
> horrible accident. It was was really bad. I almost lost him. He
> managed to keep his hands. Gawd what a mess that was. He was in NYC
> looking for Josh. Josh was doing for Red Cross. Mother was trying to
> cross the Canadian border. She was ****ed. Gawd she was ****ed. She
> sat there in her Jag and feuded. Well, she thought 9/11 was a joke.
>
> Ob Food:
>
> I'm doing retirement food.
>
> Beans and hocks
>
> Michael


Did you ever get your enchiladas, sweetie? You were about to make *me*
crave them too!

kili


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Dog3 wrote:
> "kilikini" > wrote in
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>> Dog3 wrote:


>>
>> Did you ever get your enchiladas, sweetie? You were about to make
>> *me* crave them too!
>>
>> kili
>>
>>
>>

>
> I actually got them, they were not great.They did have dried beef and
> not ground beef.
>
> Michael < back to bed


Isn't that the worst? When you crave something and then go get it, only to
find it less than favorable? I was like that with Pizza. I had been
craving pizza, so my wonderful husband took me to Pizza Hut lunch buffet.
Oh, ick. Everything was old and dried out. I still want pizza. Good
pizza. I hope you get your good enchiladas soon.

kili


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"kilikini" > wrote in message
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> Dog3 wrote:
>> "kilikini" > wrote in
>> m:
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>>> Dog3 wrote:

>
>>>
>>> Did you ever get your enchiladas, sweetie? You were about to make
>>> *me* crave them too!
>>>
>>> kili
>>>
>>>
>>>

>>
>> I actually got them, they were not great.They did have dried beef and
>> not ground beef.
>>
>> Michael < back to bed

>
> Isn't that the worst? When you crave something and then go get it, only
> to
> find it less than favorable? I was like that with Pizza. I had been
> craving pizza, so my wonderful husband took me to Pizza Hut lunch buffet.
> Oh, ick. Everything was old and dried out. I still want pizza. Good
> pizza. I hope you get your good enchiladas soon.
>
> kili


LOL...Kili, I live in a town of 7000 people. We have one pizza joint.
Pizza Hell...errr...Hut. But, our town supports 3 mexican and 2 chinese
restaurants. Go figure. I'm jonesing(sp) so bad for a good pizza place I
can't stand it. Unfortunately, the -only- place in town that delivers is
Pizza Crap....errr...Hut. There are nights the wife and I both decided we
aren't cooking so...

Now, if I want mexican, I've got choices. If I want great mexican, we make
it ourselves. LOL These mid-westerners around here think a Green Bell
Pepper is hot! The wussies!

Bret
(needs to plan a trip back home to visit the family for some decent
restaurant food)



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Dog3 > wrote:
>ton of fast food down on Manchester. One of my favorites is Steak 'n Shake.
>I love their milkshakes and steakburgers. Their chili isn't bad either.
>

White Castle - once a year, with a planned vacation day afterwards
<G>.
>Personally I just like to cook at home. I can make my own food without
>buying it but I'm not real mobile in the kitchen yet. Getting much better
>though. I'm still not scheduled for my hospital stay and I'm not even sure
>they are now going to do it.
>
>Ob food:
>
>Ate L's cheesy popcorn again. GOOD stuff. I'm addicted.

"L's" - as in Lays, or what is it?
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Dog3 > wrote:
>>>Ate L's cheesy popcorn again. GOOD stuff. I'm addicted.

>> "L's" - as in Lays, or what is it?
>>

>
>It is secret food. Velveeta and butter on popcorn.
>
>Michael

And I hope you're ashamed. Do you have to eat it with a spoon? Or
just let it congeal first - oh, I'm sick again.


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> >Ate L's cheesy popcorn again. GOOD stuff. I'm addicted.

> "L's" - as in Lays, or what is it?
>


Google is your friend. Let it be your mantra.


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hahabogus > wrote in message
. 73>...
> I finally found where the velveeta cheese is hidden in my corner

grocery
> store. I hear there are many recipes in North Ameriuca using Velveeta
> cheese. Anybody got one?



Ok...I would never publically admit to eating this stuff, but there is
one use for it that is an old staple "munchie" from my pot-smoking
days...and the cravings for it just never go away.

Gooey Cheese Popcorn (By my sister Li)

One bag of microwave popcorn, light, or no-butter type (popped)
If you are poor like I used to be, pop regular popcorn the
old-fashioned way, with oil in a pan.

Put popcorn in a large bowl

Next, in small microwave-safe dish, add about 2 T margerine and about
2X as much Velveeta, thinly diced.

Microwave on high in 30-second intervals, until melted. May need a
little more velveeta or margerine, depending on thickness. Wisk with
fork until creamy, and very quickly, mix into the popcorn by pouring a
thin stream onto the popcorn while mixing the popcorn with the fork.
This mixing takes much practice, to get the distribution of cheese and
popcorn right (avoid big globs). You may have to pick up the bowl and
shake it. Much easier to do after a big fatty. By this time, the dog
has noticed what you are doing, and is very interested in catching any
"escapee" popcorns that have fled the bowl. Add salt to taste (if you
can even imagine adding salt to something topped with Velveeta).

Eat while warm, with large glass of icewater, and watch old reruns of
Lucy, Bewitched, Stooges/Rascal hour, and/or HR Puffinstuff (oranges,
poranges). When brother-in-law and cute friend come in, hand bowl of
popcorn to co-conspirator (friend or sister), so as not to look like
the pig who invented this conconction. Turn bright red. Start laughing
hysterically.

HTH,
L.

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Continuing to be Manitoban
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