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Curied-sausage platter

Apple PI

Bread with infused dipping Eulers

Hard-Boyled eggs

Mobius strip steak

Wild game theory steaks (perhaps wild Bohr steaks?)

BBQueue (computer 'science' counts, right?)

Cedar Planck salmon

Roasted quadratic root vegetables

Leonardo Da Vincissoise soup

Serve these out of:

Pandora's lunchbox

Or on a

Truth table cloth:

And let's not forget the "chain rule", which around here seems to be - avoid them at all costs.

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Unrelated to science but also using the "before and after" word scheme, back on his home planet, Alf was the captain of his high school's bouillabaisseball team (which is played on ice using shellfish as a ball).

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Grilled quark sandwiches

In four flavors: up, down, strange and charm.

Six! Top and bottom too.

Good catch!

Though truth be told, I'd much rather chow down on pulled quark sandwiches.

Sandy Smith, Exile on Oxford Circle, Philadelphia

"95% of success in life is showing up." --Woody Allen

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Good catch!

Though truth be told, I'd much rather chow down on pulled quark sandwiches.

Shades of my organic professor, Dr. Kingsbury!

Does that mean I should serve Kingsbury Salmon, or Alaskan Kingsbury Crab?

Or, Braised Eckhardt?

Roast Swanson?

I always attempt to have the ratio of my intelligence to weight ratio be greater than one. But, I am from the midwest. I am sure you can now understand my life's conundrum.

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