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post #5701 of 7798 (permalink) Old 02-11-2014, 01:34 PM
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I used the search feature of this site and 'ding dongs' didn't show up. 'sup with that' ?
Let me help you.

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  1. Unwrap Ding Dong
  2. Bite Ding Dong
  3. Chew and swallow Ding Dong
  4. Repeat





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I found some for you!



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We went to a place in Penn Station (hence the plate and 7 train place mat), I forgot to take pics of the Blue Points and fried oysters, but they were really good. The place bills it’s self as “The Oyster Bar of Penn Station”, that’s a stretch, it more like an ordinary bar that has a raw bar. None the less it was enjoyable.

I went with fish and chips, OK.

Mrs P had the monk fish special and like it.

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OG, these plates would be perfect for you and OG

I love those plates! We went to the Railroad museum in Old Sacramento and my favorite display was all the old railroad china. I even bought the book.

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I used the search feature of this site and 'ding dongs' didn't show up. 'sup with that' ?

I was going to make some home made ding dongs for your visit out here, but I ran out of time. I was reading this recipe, and said to my husband, "I want to make these ding dongs, but I'm not sure what size cookie cutter to use. What's the dimension of a ding dong?"

He googled it before I could stop him

Homemade Ding Dongs
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Use a glass, like you would to cut biscuits if you do not have a biscuit cutter. I think there is a margin of error permitted when making Ding Dongs, now HoHos are less forgiving.
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Re: What's for dinner?

Beef Stomach with Black Beans.

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Beef Stomach with Black Beans.
Looks good but could you please explain the lips and big teeth at the bottom center of the photo?



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It is hard to follow beef stomach.
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Really, can't we call it tripe?

This is not a repost, it's a fav.




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Sloppy Joes. At least it was on whole wheat buns with unsweetened applesauce! Kiddo has friend over - I figured it was easy 'kid' food. Carry on with your adult, gourmet offerings.


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Beef Stomach with Black Beans.
I am "liking" this because of the open mouth and teeth on the placemat.

Glorious as always Mr. CharlieParker, the cucumbers are perfect.

I like Martha's Sloppy Joe recipe EnjoliWoman. Hearty fare. WTG.
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This is not a repost, it's a fav.
I can see why...yum!

Made pork tenderloin tonight, left it to rest on the counter and when I came back...........it was gone......the whole thing was gone!

Suspect # 1 is in the top half of the photo and suspect # 2 is in the bottom half of the photo

Which one looks guilty?! FYI Marshall, (the brown fluffy one) still has a bowl full of kibble, that would normally be gone by now hmmmm

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Clearly suspect #1 is guilty, why? He is a dog.
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Clearly suspect #1 is guilty, why? He is a dog.
Oh that he is! Lol. The roast made him do it!
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Looks good but could you please explain the lips and big teeth at the bottom center of the photo?
They are paper place mats. Stimorol gum, one has a woman with a blue mouth the other a guy with a blue mouth.
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