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Old 03-16-2017, 04:32 AM
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New idea, though maybe not so novel, idea for an off-topic thread. Basically, what did you have for dinner? Or, any special drinks or desserts? Or even if you're having some special smoke, a treat of some kind?

Tonight I had ratatouille over linguine. No special beverage, just lemonade. A slice of New York cheese cake for dessert, with fig preserve spread on top.
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White Castle sliders with soggy fries and a coke.

Just got home a short while ago, and now the kid is asleep. So...time to break out the special baccy
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I absolutely love cheesecake. Even shitty cheesecake
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I've never had a White Castle burger in my life, and there was a White Castle within walking distance of my junior high school. The few times I ate anything at a White Castle, and that wasn't until I was already over 40, I had the fried clams.
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I've never had a White Castle burger in my life, and there was a White Castle within walking distance of my junior high school. The few times I ate anything at a White Castle, and that wasn't until I was already over 40, I had the fried clams.
You're not missing much. I needed something quick to eat and it's the first place I saw. I don't think it's even beef

I would rather have eaten your dinner
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I had garlic bologna with pepper Jack cheese and horseradish mustard on Jewish rye bread for lunch. Got home at 1:15 am to find meatloaf, mashed potatoes with gravy. Smoking Ohm Turkish red topped with Hershey's syrup and stored in an empty camomile tea box. The tea added a distinctive flavor that I can't name but it is nice.
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I had garlic bologna with pepper Jack cheese and horseradish mustard on Jewish rye bread for lunch. Got home at 1:15 am to find meatloaf, mashed potatoes with gravy. Smoking Ohm Turkish red topped with Hershey's syrup and stored in an empty camomile tea box. The tea added a distinctive flavor that I can't name but it is nice.

Good bologna is hard to find around here, but there's a bar/restaurant that is known For its bologna sandwich. It's awesome and less than $5. It was on tv a while bac...food channel or travel channel....can't remember which
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Good bologna is hard to find around here, but there's a bar/restaurant that is known For its bologna sandwich. It's awesome and less than $5. It was on tv a while bac...food channel or travel channel....can't remember which
I have a little deli nearby the sell a very good bologna its always fresh because they sell so much of it.
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I have a little deli nearby the sell a very good bologna its always fresh because they sell so much of it.

There was a show about how they make bologna, hot dogs etc a while back. I'd suggest not watching it. Lmao
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Originally Posted by ohiophil View Post
I would rather have eaten your dinner
Even though it was vegetarian?

Btw, I haven't eaten meat since Feb. 26.
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