> "A.C." wrote:
> > are you sheldons *****?
> Good grief, another example of a stupid post. Goomba
Some people talk just to hear the sound of their own voice.
That post was a good example of it and the poster should
Unfortunately, shame isn't a known concept for posters like
> > "A.C." wrote:
> > > are you sheldons *****?
> > Good grief, another example of a stupid post. Goomba
> Some people talk just to hear the sound of their own
> voice. That post was a good example of it and the poster
> should be: ashamed.
> Unfortunately, shame isn't a known concept for posters
> like AC.
it was meant to be tongue in cheek. hence the i guess i
just have a poor sense of humor.. my apologies goomba. and
you're right sf, i have no shame. usenet and irc killed it
> I know you've seen them. What you can do if you *just
> happen* to have a pound of leftover beef in the fridge
> along with, oh, some fresh tomatoes and peppers and a box
> of taco shells or tortillas. Gee, if I had all that on
> hand I would be making tacos and not scrounging through
> the bins looking for supper. That's not leftovers, that's
> a meal plan.
> I want to see one of those fancy TV cooks come up with
> something for a leftover baked potato, some cold steamed
> broccoli, half a cup of grated cheese, about 4 oz of ham
> steak, and a frozen chicken breast. There might be some
> dill dip left in there too. Those are leftovers.
Heat up the potato. Put a can of creamed corn in a saucepan,
dice the ham into it and heat. Cut the potato open, pour the
ham/cheese mixture into it and top with some cheese. Heat up
the broccoli and top with the rest of the cheese.
Save the chicken breast for tomorrow.
If you want to end war and stuff you got to sing loud. --
Arlo Guthrie, "Alice's Restaurant"
"Goomba38" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:[email protected]...
> Charles Gifford wrote:
> > > If I have guests, I cook a bunch of pasta and let
> > > everybody take as much as they please.
> > >
> > > Cindy Hamilton
> > I would like 8 oz. to start please.
> > Charlie
> How about a braciole with that? Or meatballs? Oh hell..
> how about *both*?! ENJOY! You're welcome... mi casa su
> casa and all that. LOL. Goomba