Thanksgiving Wrap Up

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Speaking of a sammich, nothing tops the traditional leftover turkey, mayo and jalapenos, with a side of a hop-enhanced beverage or two, in my book.

And I know what you're thinking: "Hey, I've got to try that." Yes, you do have to try that.

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Stay Puft Marshmallow Man said:

right now, that's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen

Thank you sir, I perceive you have some expertise in these matters so your compliments are most warmly appreciated. The dish is surprisingly easy to come by, as well.

kevin said:

odd. That's exactly how I pictured your countertop.

Kevin, NR: You young whippersnappers are just too visually adept for me to keep up with. So, yes, here is full disclosure:

-Butter stays out so it stays soft. I think it's nuts, but the wife manages this area, and she is still alive, so there's your proof.

-Balsamic vinegar and olive oil are staples, since you can now buy the former at Trader Joe's for about the same price as any vinegar.

-I'm a huge tea guy for health reasons, except every day at work where there's a fresh pot of coffee always ready so I drink coffee all week. But maybe the weekend tea will gain me a few extra hours.

-That cutting board, my friends, is not as visible but if you saw it in real life, I guarantee it would be the topic of the day. It is 24" x 18" x 3" thick and I could behead a goat on it or dice thyme. It won't fit in any drawer so it stands vigil on the countertop.

-The kitchen has about six times the displayed counter space, all in the same blue linoleum. When it's not all piled with mail, it comprises some major food-preparation possibilities.

We may be charting a huge split pea soup operation in the near future and, obviously, more information may be leaked in the process.

Eric said:

... oh yeah, that looks great....

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