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  • Originally posted by GB12 View Post
    I'll wait 15 days for that. And then have it again in 16 days, and 17 days, and if there's any left still 18 days.

    Thanksgiving left overs are so good.
    Screw that, I make this kind of stuff year round. Just because it's seasonal doesnt mean it should be kept in season.

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    • Originally posted by tjsunstein View Post
      Best. Thing. Ever.

      P.S. Wawa's turkey bowls suck.
      Wawa's sandwiches are absolutely glorious. Had one for lunch today along with the loaded potato soup. 'Twas heavenly.

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      • Originally posted by Brent View Post
        Screw that, I make this kind of stuff year round. Just because it's seasonal doesnt mean it should be kept in season.
        Oh I'm all for having it year round, I just wouldn't do it 2 weeks before Thanksgiving.

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        • Originally posted by GB12 View Post
          Oh I'm all for having it year round, I just wouldn't do it 2 weeks before Thanksgiving.
          I could probably eat this kind of stuff once a week. I love it.

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          • peanut butter on Ritz's crackers (sandwich style) covered in melted chocolate and then stuck in the freezer for however long = awesomeness.

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            • I can't stop eating waffles. Nor would I want to. Peanut butter spread all along the outside with the syrup enclosed over the middle. mmmm

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              • I need help! I'm going to get some Chinese tomorrow night. I can't decide if I want Lo Mein or Chow Mein as I really don't know the difference, other than Chow Mein has rice with it. I mostly just want the meat, sauce, noodles/rice. What will have the fewest veggies/random stuff? What is the actual difference?


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                • Originally posted by JBond93 View Post
                  I need help! I'm going to get some Chinese tomorrow night. I can't decide if I want Lo Mein or Chow Mein as I really don't know the difference, other than Chow Mein has rice with it. I mostly just want the meat, sauce, noodles/rice. What will have the fewest veggies/random stuff? What is the actual difference?
                  I'd recommend the dry beef chow fun. All it should have is pieces of beef, big delicious noodles, and some yellow & green onions. It's great.

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                  • Originally posted by GB12 View Post
                    I'll wait 15 days for that. And then have it again in 16 days, and 17 days, and if there's any left still 18 days.

                    Thanksgiving left overs are so good.
                    that's why you make a 45 lb turkducken.
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                    • Originally posted by awfullyquiet View Post
                      that's why you make a 45 lb turkducken.
                      Why, exactly, do you have Ozzy's avy and sig?

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                      • Originally posted by SNIPER26 View Post
                        Why, exactly, do you have Ozzy's avy and sig?
                        there is something very wrong with this picture.

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                        • Originally posted by HChu View Post
                          I'd recommend the dry beef chow fun. All it should have is pieces of beef, big delicious noodles, and some yellow & green onions. It's great.
                          Thanks for the recommendation. Is that what Chow Fun is? Just noodles and onions with the meat? That would be exactly what I'd be looking for


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                          • Originally posted by JBond93 View Post
                            Thanks for the recommendation. Is that what Chow Fun is? Just noodles and onions with the meat? That would be exactly what I'd be looking for
                            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beef_chow_fun
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                            • Originally posted by JBond93 View Post
                              Thanks for the recommendation. Is that what Chow Fun is? Just noodles and onions with the meat? That would be exactly what I'd be looking for
                              Yeah, if you get it dry.

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                              • Originally posted by HChu View Post
                                Yeah, if you get it dry.
                                Menu doesn't appear to have any choice as "Dry". But, Chow Fun sounds like the thing to try. It only comes in a quart though, not a pint, but the fridge is as a good as anything for Chinese food.


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