When my Grandmother was alive she used to give me a jar of black eyed peas that she canned herself for Xmas. She has been gone almost 30 years and I miss her and those peas.
I always get asked to bring the paper plates and plastic cups.
A slice of Gallo salami wrapped around a pepperonchini with a cottage cheese chaser
Subway people sound fun!
My Grandma's french onion soup. It takes about 12 hours.
When in doubt throw it out.
LeCreuset anything for sure. I received mine 30 years ago as a wedding present and let's just say the lasted a hell of a lot longer than the marriage. Congrats!
My two dogs who constantly wag their tails at me even when I cook up the smallest of items.
A french dip.
Joan made some bad-ass pies in the original.
I hate to sound like Rachel Ray but i do have 6 boxes of poultry season in my pantry
Yummers on all! thank you.
I made chilli and cornbread.
Try Taco More on Parkview excellent taco's but no booze.
One time when I actually stayed married for a whole year, I ate a piece of year old wedding cake from the freezer.
5 for 5 from Arby's.
I am the only person I know who can screw up a steak. I always over cook them.
i think I am going to send someone out for In and Out burgers.
I bought two bic lighters yellow and green.
Hormel chili with no beans served over a plate of derby beef tamales. Yes we lived large.
I am with bitchenfixens chili powder.
I worked at Burger King when I was in school. The markup on the food is unbelievable. In 1996 it cost 25 cents to make a Whopper. BK charged 2.99 not a bad profit.
One term I did enjoy I saw on the CHOW sight. It was douchebaggette. Yeah and that Guy winner winner chicken dinner crap is painful.