When will the insanity end? Our depth of depravity knows no bounds.

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  1. teletimetx

    teletimetx Doctor of Teleocity

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    Yep, ok, that there is inspirational. How about a Oaxacan tostada with calabacera and guac, red mole, green chili salsa and pickled onions?

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  2. BigDaddyLH

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    Those colours! Wowsers.
     
  3. rcole_sooner

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    Pickled onions rock!!!!!
     
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    omahaaudio Friend of Leo's

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    Kill It With Fire!!!
     
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    Geez, that looks like a Rooty-Tutti-Fresh-and-Fruity pancake from IHOP. More whipped cream, please!

    I like pumpkin pie.

    "Pumpkin spice" anything else = I'd rather eat bark.
     
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  6. getbent

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    one thing in favor of pumpkin spice... it will eradicate old man smell.
     
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    rcole_sooner Poster Extraordinaire Silver Supporter

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    Pumpkin bread is okay too. Oh, and pumpkin rolls/logs. But those and pie are about my limits.

    Pumpkin roll, for those who may not know. That is pretty much cheese cake filling.

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  8. JuneauMike

    JuneauMike Friend of Leo's

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    If God had intended us to actually eat pumpkins, he wouldn't have made them so aerodynamic.



    Just sayin...
     
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    Yes, there are, 3 in fact....

    "Tastes like **** " ;)
     
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  13. Tonetele

    Tonetele Poster Extraordinaire

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    I'm 63 and have been cooking real food since 199 197 5) and so does my my twin. We both need a rest form cooking once a week, so I go for such meals.Living alone, as I do, I cook great meals with a a lot of reparation. You get tired of it, just cooking for one.
     
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    Tonetele Poster Extraordinaire

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    Correction, - typo, since 1977). After all those years you get to be a reasonable cook.
    I do indulge in a chicken Yuros occasionally
    BTW my brother and I cook meals for wives, Friends etc. So , while we have a beer or three, we cook all sorts of dishes,roasts, Asian, fish you name it. In fact it is the same with my sons, and , bot are just really good cooks..
     
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    Heard this is quite good.
     
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    imwjl Poster Extraordinaire

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    I'm fine if the haters hate. All I ever consume at Starbucks is an occasional cup of black coffee, and we don't generally buy stuff like the original first post so maybe that's why I don't get it.

    What you see here including the chard safe from bunnies will all be fine eats. My wife does make a pumpkin cake that will have sweetness but what you see will also be in savory stuff like soup and curry. I don't know the cultivar but my wife and son plant pumpkins they feel are best for eating. At this point none of the kids are interested in huge pumpkins to carve.

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    geesh.... WTH? Yuck.
     
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    You'd think winding up in prison would be your "worst case scenario". No, I think it's winding up in prison and getting the prison nickname "Pumpkin Spice" :eek:
     
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    geoff_in_nc Friend of Leo's

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    I'm concerned with how slippery and stinky that baby's gonna be when removed from the pumpkin
     
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    Wahaka rocks but I didn't know they grew pumpkins south of the border...
     
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