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this is probably the last of my foodblog.

who to tag next?

in my mind, it's either my brother in chicago, ronnie suburban,

or she who i need to think of a nickname for other than bitch, bergerka.

lemme either think about it a little or flip a coin.


Herb aka "herbacidal"

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actually, no wait.

I'm tagging Shiewie.

Half an hour and i'm off. bye all, it's been peaches.


Herb aka "herbacidal"

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:shock: Eeeks and I come back from lunch to realise that I've been tagged.

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Hey, when you come to the city next, want to go to DiFara's?

hmm, difara's. not a bad idea....how's parking there, in case i drive up?

It's street parking and a busy area, but the time we went there we managed to find a space. You might have to circle the area for a few minutes though.

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this is probably the last of my foodblog.

who to tag next?

in my mind, it's either my brother in chicago, ronnie suburban,

or she who i need to think of a nickname for other than bitch, bergerka.

lemme either think about it a little or flip a coin.

I just noticed that I narrowly dodged a bullet, here! :shock: Whew.

For the record,I just finished a garlic bagel with Saga cheese on one half and Edel de Cleron on the other. My breath is probably fabulous.

K


Basil endive parmesan shrimp live

Lobster hamster worchester muenster

Caviar radicchio snow pea scampi

Roquefort meat squirt blue beef red alert

Pork hocs side flank cantaloupe sheep shanks

Provolone flatbread goat's head soup

Gruyere cheese angelhair please

And a vichyssoise and a cabbage and a crawfish claws.

--"Johnny Saucep'n," by Moxy Früvous

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Hey, when you come to the city next, want to go to DiFara's?

hmm, difara's. not a bad idea....how's parking there, in case i drive up?

It's street parking and a busy area, but the time we went there we managed to find a space. You might have to circle the area for a few minutes though.

how busy is the area on saturdays between 1 and 7pm?


Herb aka "herbacidal"

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Hey, when you come to the city next, want to go to DiFara's?

hmm, difara's. not a bad idea....how's parking there, in case i drive up?

It's street parking and a busy area, but the time we went there we managed to find a space. You might have to circle the area for a few minutes though.

how busy is the area on saturdays between 1 and 7pm?

If you're willing to invest 6 hours of your time, I'm positive you'll be able to find a space. :wink:


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that's an interesting interpretation of my statement.

i just figured i would be there sometime within that time frame.

not that entire time frame.


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some kinda chinese vegetable (yea choi), think chinese broccoli, but longer

OK despite the fact that you're done:

Is that the stuff labeled Yu Choy in the asian supermarkets? Because I've been eating that stuff like it's going out of style in the last couple weeks...

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some kinda chinese vegetable (yea choi), think chinese broccoli, but longer

OK despite the fact that you're done:

Is that the stuff labeled Yu Choy in the asian supermarkets? Because I've been eating that stuff like it's going out of style in the last couple weeks...

yea, that's probably it.


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