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Old 11-05-2007, 10:06 AM   #1
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Thanks to Sapo for the Corpus Christi Christmas!

A box arrived last week and look what was inside folks!!! Woooohooo!

All kinds of Texas Fajita Seasonings.

A Beef Merinade. How best to use this SS?

This bad boy is some Dark Brown Sugar from Mexico. I know brown sugar but should I do something special with this type?

Not Safeway but TEXAS Chili Seasonings Boy!

The Mystery Jar. Pepper Jelly? Anthrax? Kryptonite? Quicky Lube for Late Nights?

Gulf of Mexico Air and Peanuts [which tasted a lil bland, sorry]

Thanks man yer Top Notch in my Book.

I finally found the Cured Virginia Hams I was looking for to send to JB so be looking for one coming yer way this Holiday Season too bro.

Anyone can get involved. Just contact a fella or two ya like around here and offer to send something. No strings attached. He'll send something cool back I'm sure.

I now have stuff from Cajun Country and Texas I could never have gone out and got for myself.

Thanks guys for the friendships here.
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Old 11-05-2007, 10:50 AM   #2
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That is terrific!

Wow, nice to have friends like that.


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Sounds like a trousseau. Congrads :P :P
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Mike, The jelly is home made from my figs. It's really good on toast. Enjoy the spices. Thanks again for the rub you went me. It's nice and spicy!!!
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Old 11-06-2007, 09:43 AM   #5
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Thats a Good Deal..

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