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FWIW, I'm not generally a fan of spinach either, but if it is just barely cooked, I love it. I grew up thinking that spinach was that slimy crap that came out of a can. It doesn't have to be.

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Just now, Al Czervik said:

I made okonomiyaki and yakitori of pork belly, steak, and sea trout.

You and I need to cook and eat together.... when in this mode I don’t voice opinions but may have some music you don’t like. But I try.

anyway working on Beef Bourguignon, a timer to wake me up, lots of hours. Channeling Julia Child.as Bourdain said somehow after hours the magic happens.

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7 hours ago, Eric said:

And so he did. This stuff might not change your life, but it will put a shine on your day. Good stuff. 

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Kale.

 

Frickin' kale.

 

And just like that, with a stroke of a keyboard, all respect was lost.

 

Kale..... Sonofabitch.

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20 minutes ago, KWalrad said:

Kale.

 

Frickin' kale.

 

And just like that, with a stroke of a keyboard, all respect was lost.

 

Kale..... Sonofabitch.

You should try some. You sound backed up. :biggrin:

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21 minutes ago, KWalrad said:

Kale.

 

Frickin' kale.

 

And just like that, with a stroke of a keyboard, all respect was lost.

 

Kale..... Sonofabitch.

And stop stroking your keyboard. It’s dirty. 

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1 minute ago, Eric said:

And stop stroking your keyboard. It’s dirty. 

Inside joke. Mrs. KWal and I used to frequent the local Dallas farmers market. It never failed to have great, locally grown produce, and you could get all of the free samples that you could eat. After a break of a few years, during which the yuppie crowd infiltrated the market, we went back to find that the local fruits and veggies had been replaced by yuppy teas, bees wax  candles, and kale. No fruits. No veggies. No free samples.

 

Rat bastards.

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