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Unread 12-08-2012, 11:49 AM   #31
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oh man do i HEAR ya
while on the food stuff
and you my friend
ALTON of food network
would be proud of you
the science of food and
spices how to do it right
my bliss taken away from me
cooking
i am getting off track
now for those who suffer side effects
from their medicine that constipates
them may want to try cheerios a nice
size bowl before going to bed
works great hope this tid bit helps
also 5 yes 5 apples a day
luckily i love food

you go once in a blue moon
i say oh yeah that's what i'm
having like THANKSGIVING
oh my GOD
to die for cheese cake
i like the real creamy kind
i am Hungarian my cultural
cheese cake is very much like
Italian cheese those i don't
enjoy never said i would not
eat it you get the picture

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May I try a slice of your Hungarian Cheesecake, Eva? Sounds yummy.
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Unread 12-08-2012, 02:29 PM   #32
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OHHHHHHhhhhhhhhhhh............ Spiney, you touched on a soft spot in my gastro tract.... that part which yearns for salsa. We are gonna have to meet at Pooh's for a salsa party, and bring lots of tomatoes and peppers, the anaheim and jalapeno kind to create salsa by the gallon.

I nearly just DRINK the stuff.

I am a salsa holic!!!!!!

Gonna have to invite your daughter to Pooh's as well!!! Then maybe she can teach we who are salsa challenged how to make loads of wonderful spicy yummy enjoyable SALSA

If Big Bird had known such a friend, I would be called the

SalsaMonster!!!!Muahhahahahahahahahahahahahahha burp.

There is no salsa icon on this board.
Drat,
Yum,
Ole [but there is a chili]
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OH MYYYY! Now, in all fairness to POOH, we best give her plenty of notice! This sounds like the makings of the PERFECT STORM, that of which includes gastro-intestino explosions beyond any nuclear measurement, and oh my, WHO wants to volunteer to be on THAT clean-up committee???
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Smile Wulllll.........

There is that flatbed truck which drives around with all of those.......

Tiny BLUE Cabins on the back

That oughta take care of the gastro explosion part, yes?

Gotta have a Pooh party [no pun intended]

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Not a bad idea. Talk about a hot time!!!!! Actually, it could be theraputic for those who are dealing with med related cement blocks. Most of us deal with that at least from time to time and I find a couple of table spoons of home made salsa very helpful..............hot but helpful. Talk about a fecal meltdown!!! Back to bed as I tend to get a bit jaded at this hour. Blessings and warm, gentle hugz all around.
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There is that flatbed truck which drives around with all of those.......

Tiny BLUE Cabins on the back

That oughta take care of the gastro explosion part, yes?

Gotta have a Pooh party [no pun intended]

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Why YES, that would certainly help, dearest Mark....
yet my concern still lies within the possible 'force' in which these explosions might be susceptible.
.......I'm picturing all these little blue cabins turbo-powered by these said explosions, and there they'll go!
Blasting up and out into orbit! ..........

gotta admit, the 'visual' on all these little blue things floating around in space would be rather cute
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Well, since the Prez wants no more present government spending on human space flight......

We must be therefore inspired to do our bit to aid the privatized space ventures.......

After all, there will be need for "roadside" stops in space as well won't there?

May as well launch a few from SpacePort Pooh near Nowhere so we can do our part!!

Your BLAST visual [Hey, RAE, we gotta use that visual with BLAST when reminding surgery patients!!!] is terrific!

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We are talking about blue flame specials. Deffinately a no smoking zone or the entire area could go up. Have fun explaining that to law enforcement. We will let Mark do that.
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Teeth Well, you know.......

I never had any idea of the color of a methane explosion, although there were certain guys...... yeah, you probably know some too, who had experimented.

Now, a Blue Light special a la the old KMart is more my speed.

Uh, HUH,
BUT......... [or maybe I should have written "However"] I would give it my best explaining to the red and blue light crowd all about our flaming party at Pooh's Ifn we are going to give it a go and have an honest to goodness
SALSAPARTEH..... Oh yeah...... uh, huh and Rae is providing the music!! Conga line forms here!!!!

Ch, Ch, Ch, Buh...... HUH. Ch, Ch, Ch, Buh..... HUH!!! [Sound effects you know... percussion, wee roll, brushes, maracas]

I will bring CHIPS!
Salsa, Salsa, Salsa, Salsa.........
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Love salsa of almost any kind, only can stand medium hot now.
My new favorite is Pineapple salsa with mango and jalepenos. Yummy with chips, seafood and chicken.

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Love salsa of almost any kind, only can stand medium hot now.
My new favorite is Pineapple salsa with mango and jalepenos. Yummy with chips, seafood and chicken.

Sandy
That sounds down right decadant. When I had a real life I used to go down to Central American to help run clinics to evaluate kids for medical assistance up in the States and escort kids to and from the States. Most restaurantes would have their own special salsa. I had a terrible time getting the recipes out of the owners.
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