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  • Broken Arrow
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    I'll try a small portion.

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  • OLChemist
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  • Broken Arrow
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    Well, may be you chase those five buildings further on who may lay eggs.

    Potatoes, yes, we have fine ones, green chili is just in the offer and real bacon https://d2jdyzt6tc17s.cloudfront.net/products/images2/4505010257_4306188049463_01.jpg.jpg

    Don't
    know. I had ordered a paper cartridge maker in the US which according to USPS was on 23 Dec at 12:28 am at Los Angeles, at 2:57 pm at Frankfurt/Germany the same day and on Dec. 26 5:41 pm was back at New York in the US and on Dec. 27 8:41 am again at Frankfurt/Germany. I got on Jan. 5 9:04 am.

    Oh and i was charge with sales text which you can't avoid but DHL charged even more for prepaying the sales tax. If I had ahd the chance to pick up myself at custom, it would have avoided this DHL extra charge. Life is life.

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  • OLChemist
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    *Rose runs around chasing the hens, who won't lay her any eggs since she terminated their employment.*


    Chuy, I'll take some potatoes and green chili and some bacon. Real bacon, not that brittle, thin turkey miracle of modern food science my mother calls bacon, please.


    Has anyone else noticed the mail service seems to have gone south again? I am missing about half my bills again this month. Different ones this time.

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  • wardancer
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    You can fire me up an egg , and maybe some corned beef hash to go with !

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  • wardancer
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    Originally posted by OLChemist View Post
    Get those Jan deer yet, WD?
    Not yet ! Was going to hunt Tuesday but the neighbor that wants the deer , wasn't going to be home. It was miserably cold and icy on the 1 & 2 and I had to go to town on Monday. I'm to the point that I have no wish to process a deer for someone else , especially in sub zero temps(forecast for Thursday and Friday ). It looks like Saturday and Sunday will be the best , so our daughter is coming up to hunt with me on the weekend. I still have 3 tags I can fill.She wants me to try out her new rifle !
    Last edited by wardancer; 01-05-2022, 02:06 PM. Reason: can't spell

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  • Broken Arrow
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    Fired egg "gefeuertes Ei", hm burned egg, dismissed egg or shot egg? I suggest cooked egg. Burned neither smells good nor does it taste. Diemissed woult be a gone egg and shot egg gives you may be lead shotgun pellets as heavy metal supplement.

    I need to lose weight and now I am hungry. I looked at your recipe.

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  • OLChemist
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    More like this: https://thefancynavajo.com/2020/07/1...n-mush-recipe/

    I should have fried that egg, rather than firing it, LOL.

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  • Broken Arrow
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    Blue corn meal mush with cam adovada and fired egg? Hahm, I might do this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M5VcQGaf2KI

    Els
    e a hearty breakfast, you can take whatever you want we have in storage. For example https://d7i2h9q3.rocketcdn.me/rezept...reuen.jpg.webp

    LOL,
    suppose you'd have a online meeting over here. You have breakfast, we have dinner.

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  • OLChemist
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    Chuy, I'll take some blue corn meal mush with carne adovada and a fired egg on top, please.

    Today,I have zoom meetings before lunch, during lunch, after lunch, and during diner. Dang time zones. I need a hearty breakfast.


    How's everyone else? Get those Jan deer yet, WD?

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  • Broken Arrow
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    In the night we had the predicted rain only some hours later than announced.

    And their was lightning in the sky. I pulled the bedspread over my head to hide.
    Subeeds I hope you don't freeze your faucets or worse water pipes.

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  • subeeds
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    Originally posted by OLChemist View Post
    BA, 57F, I'm jealous. We just went above 26F; I can turn off all the dripping facets. I closed the drapes last night and all covered windows iced up on the inside. It is starting to melt off. My TV room is super cold this morning. Got to love the historic area codes that forbid adding storm windows if the house didn't have them in 1914, lol.

    I may crawl back in bed for a while. Like I said, I think I'm still freaked out by last Feb's single digit temps and power outages. I've been through thirty or so 15F-20F nights without problems in the 20 years I've been in this house. But, I kept waking up every two hours and wandering around to check all the pipes, lol.


    Jet's on the window sill scratching for a second breakfast. I guess he's feeling 11-ish, lol. Takes a lot of calories to run around in sub-freezing weather.
    When we are going to have a hard freeze, we leave the bathroom sink faucet dripping. Hubby is in charge of turning them off. Several winters ago, it was cold, but the sun was out, and it looked warm. It was around 9AM, so I turned the faucets off. Dripping faucets make me crazy! It was too cold for the hubs to work that day, so it's a good thing he was home. About an hour after I turned the faucets off, they were nearly frozen again, but he was able to thaw them out with his propane torch. He now leaves a note on the faucets when they are dripping, telling me not to turn the water off. LOL!

    The wind is really picking up, and we are now under a tornado watch. It hasn't started raining yet, but according to the radar, it's close. I can feel that the temps have started dropping. We were watching the news this evening, and had the front and back doors open. There was such a nice breeze blowing, and the temps were around 80. Hard to imagine for January.
    Last edited by subeeds; 01-03-2022, 01:16 AM.

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  • Broken Arrow
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    Isn't it a bit late for second breakfast? Shouldn't it be time for a first lunch?
    Yeah, to stay warm you need lots of calories in subzero (Celsius) temperatures.

    That's the problem with historic houses and those building regulations for listed buildings. I believe you would not like our regulations too.

    BIA might by delighted by German regulations of fall sort. I am still asking myself if they have copied half their regulations from German sources though the seems to have gathered everywhere to find the most tormenting regulations and invented some of themself.

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  • OLChemist
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    BA, 57F, I'm jealous. We just went above 26F; I can turn off all the dripping facets. I closed the drapes last night and all covered windows iced up on the inside. It is starting to melt off. My TV room is super cold this morning. Got to love the historic area codes that forbid adding storm windows if the house didn't have them in 1914, lol.

    I may crawl back in bed for a while. Like I said, I think I'm still freaked out by last Feb's single digit temps and power outages. I've been through thirty or so 15F-20F nights without problems in the 20 years I've been in this house. But, I kept waking up every two hours and wandering around to check all the pipes, lol.


    Jet's on the window sill scratching for a second breakfast. I guess he's feeling 11-ish, lol. Takes a lot of calories to run around in sub-freezing weather.

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  • Broken Arrow
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    Do not know whta the weather guys are up to. 14°C and no rain and no thunder and lightning in my area. Good for Mom and me on visiting the grave in the forest though the way into the forest is mud and plastered with horse dropings.

    Made round trip through Kevelaer and than back home. It was good to do so.

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  • OLChemist
    Redhorse Cafe -- the Food Truck
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    *Rose wakes Chuy up and chases him out in to the parking lot to see his new digs. She fires up the portable evaporative cooler next to the tables. *

    Chuy, some iced tea, carne adovada, calabacitas, and sopaillas, please. It's so much fun to watch WD and BA chase their napkins in the...
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