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Old 02-03-2013, 02:58 PM   #1
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Chicken Fried Steak

Talk about fulfilling comfort, rib sticking food!

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Old 02-03-2013, 03:31 PM   #2
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I gotta try a chicken fried steak one of these days, thanks for the video.
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Old 02-03-2013, 04:02 PM   #3
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One of my favorites Larry.
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Old 02-03-2013, 04:29 PM   #4
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Thanks guys! Buzz, give it a shot.....it's a cheap cut that turns into a fantastic dish once complete.
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Old 02-03-2013, 06:49 PM   #5
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Looks great Larry. What do yall eat up there Buzz?
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Old 02-03-2013, 06:53 PM   #6
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Looks great Larry. What do yall eat up there Buzz?
Actually made Hoppin' John, Collards and Cornbread for the Super Bowl, my bride's request.
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Old 02-03-2013, 07:09 PM   #7
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Hey now..cant beat a meal like that. Smart Bride you got there. Wished I had thought of that. We have spicy hummus and kale dip with Pita Crackers. Now is that fancy or whut?
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Sounds very good BW! Very fancy, sounds like something like they do in New York City
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Old 02-04-2013, 05:46 AM   #9
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I was in NYC Saturday night and we DIDN'T eat any humus!
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Haven't had CFS in a coon's age. Gotta do that soon! Very nice!!!!
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I was in NYC Saturday night and we DIDN'T eat any humus!
Saw the pictures and it looked fancier than humus, nice night on the town, the real town!
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No hummus in Noo Yawk? Hmmm..thought that place was sophisticated and cosmopolitan.
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Saw the pictures and it looked fancier than humus, nice night on the town, the real town!
Kids got us tickets to see "Jersey Boys" and a gift certificate to the restaurant! It was a fantastic night! It is a hell of a great city!
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Kids got us tickets to see "Jersey Boys" and a gift certificate to the restaurant! It was a fantastic night! It is a hell of a great city!
You are one lucky Dad, I'm betting you already know that Nick.
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Looks great Larry, one of my favorite comfort foods!!
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Kids got us tickets to see "Jersey Boys" and a gift certificate to the restaurant! It was a fantastic night! It is a hell of a great city!
Glad all had fun. Not to be redundant yet again but My Daddy say Noo Yawk City was like being in a furrin country. He was up there in the Big War ya know? He say he could not tell what language they was speaking or sure enough what it was they was eating. My Retired Air Force Colonel pal..who as you might recall was giving advice to everybody near that place to move out cuz the bloodthirsty Muslims are coming to bring it down..as in uninhabitable. He is now prepping in his bunker in the Mtns. of NM. Wind generators (thanks Al) water which cant run out..bullets..food etc. Think he was wrong in the scenario. Looks like Obamie just gonna turn it over to them and/or the Chicoms. Its sick. I would move just to cover all the bases.
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Glad all had fun. Not to be redundant yet again but My Daddy say Noo Yawk City was like being in a furrin country. He was up there in the Big War ya know? He say he could not tell what language they was speaking or sure enough what it was they was eating. My Retired Air Force Colonel pal..who as you might recall was giving advice to everybody near that place to move out cuz the bloodthirsty Muslims are coming to bring it down..as in uninhabitable. He is now prepping in his bunker in the Mtns. of NM. Wind generators (thanks Al) water which cant run out..bullets..food etc. Think he was wrong in the scenario. Looks like Obamie just gonna turn it over to them and/or the Chicoms. Its sick. I would move just to cover all the bases.
Really? Foreign language? This post has more foreign language then the freaking UN!
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Picked up some sirloin tip steaks slice thin.
I'm going to beat the shit out of them with a mallet and and give it a go!
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