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Peanut butter-filled pretzel bites dipped in Nutella.
Ohio sweet corn.
I love onions any way I can get them on a burger. Finely grated into the patty before cooking is a good option, too...
That is NOT a Frosty. A Frosty is chocolate. That is a vanilla abomination.
Sausage, black olive, and onion, on a thin-crust (Donatos!).
Almond boneless chicken: basically fried chicken strips with brown sauce and slivered almonds. Had a Chinese joint in the student union when I was a commuting freshman, and I'd eat this easily 3 days a week--especially when I slept in a hidden nook in the union rather than driving home..._
Despite the fact that it isn't really Irish (Irish-American at best), a big plate of corned beef and cabbage does make Mid-March memorable.
My pork chops.
I'd like to make War Su Gai...
I like Payday--both as a candy, and as a phenomenon.
A pork tenderloin...
Olives and mozz.
Slices of good olives and mushrooms, with fresh mozzarella.
It's a preposterous notion to believe that this is a good idea.
An argument is made above that the government already regulates alcohol, drugs, and tobacco--so it's ok for them to regulate soda (I'm from Ohio, so it's "pop" to me.)
Take it back a moment--just because the government already regulates those things DOES NOT MEAN that it is right. We live in an over-regulated, overly-litigious society already--why do we need MORE regulations?
Another argument: "How does so-and-so down the street's consumption of soda affect me?" One could respond that their higher likelihood of obesity leads to more people requiring government healthcare because they're fat slobs. Back it up again--why do we have government health care? Why is it MY responsibility to pay for so-and-so down the street?
The soda ban is just another salvo in the battle against the Constitution--by the way, today is Constitution Day here in the States: Hooray for 225 years of ignoring it!
The two major parties are in bed with corporate interests to continue fleecing the public, while minimizing choices in both the markets and in the ballot boxes. Yes, the soft drink makers may be supporting measures to turn back this law--but I'd be surprised if they aren't privately supporting the ban. Think about it: They have to supply LESS of their product, and probably won't lower prices to match. Result: increased revenues.
It's absurd, I tell you. Leave us Americans alone.
Rye--the more caraway, the better!
Chicken Parmesan with sauteed zucchini on the side...
Buttah and mahmalade...
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