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Jun 13th 2012

Cub Scouts of America? Confederate States of America? Community Suffrage Association?

Jun 13th 2012

Cornhole Syllabus Alfalfa.

Jun 13th 2012

Container Sock Aardvark.

Jun 13th 2012

Community Shared Agriculture - or a farm where you buy shares and get an allotment of fresh veggies based on that. It's awesome. Locally grown and organic and chemical pesticide free.

Jun 13th 2012

Oh! In our town, we have something called a community garden, through the agricultural extension office. I don't know how it works, but they got a grant or something to do it.

Jun 13th 2012 edited

This is the one we belong to. It's pretty cool.

Jun 13th 2012

I should mention you should cut the zucchini in half lengthwise before grilling.

Jun 14th 2012

I'm going to try that zucchini. Sounds yummy.

My garden is not community, just country. But the tomatoes are about to get ripe. Oh yeah.

Jun 26th 2012

My wife's OB told her she needed more iron in her diet. So I brought home a big bunch of fresh baby spinach, cut it up nicely, rinsed it well and steamed it down. Then I sauteed a clove of fresh minced garlic in olive oil and stirred in the spinach. It was amazing. A big bunch really cooked down to a smallish serving, but I did get to sample it. Unfortunately, my wife was about a third of the way through it when she found a big, brown beetle, nicely sauteed, in her bowl. So much for ever eating spinach again.

Jun 26th 2012

You should have hidden the beetle better.

Jun 26th 2012

Iron does come in capsule form...just sayin'.

Jun 26th 2012

Pills can be hard for some people to swallow.

Heh. Swallow.

Jun 28th 2012

Pregnant Dad Fail.

Jun 28th 2012

Eh, he tried. It was a good effort, anyways.

Pills can be hard for some people to swallow.

So can beetles, you know?

Jul 12th 2012

Does anybody have a good recipe for chili dog sauce? I'm making some from a recipe I found in Taste of Home. It has the usual stuff -- tomato sauce, garlic, onion, dry mustard, worcestershire sauce, etc. -- but it's missing something and I can't figure out what. If you have a good recipe, please share. I'm looking for that elusive ingredient that'll make it awesome.

Jul 21st 2012

Things I learned this week:

• McDonald's hot cakes aren't the best pancakes ever. But they're pretty durned good.

• Perkins is awesome for breakfast. And their pancakes are better than IHOP''s.

• Chik-Fil-A is pretty good. Not quite as good as I'd been led to expect, but pretty good.

Jul 21st 2012

Chik-Fil-A is great. Try it again, maybe without the pickles. I should have warned you...

Did you try Bojangles yet?

Jul 21st 2012

Thank you! What is with pickles on a chicken sandwich? Or mustard on my BK cheeseburger today, for that matter?

Jul 21st 2012

I don't know, man. But it's gross. I never eat at BK, but McDonald's always puts mustard on them. That is the only time I ever eat mustard. Well, McDonald's and deviled eggs.

I always say no pickles at Chik-Fil-A and McDonald's. They're so gross.

Jul 21st 2012

I like pickles on burgers but not on chicken. I do not like mustard on burgers. I had Chik-Fil-A twice. I think the spicy crispy chicken sandwich is great but pretty comparable to Wendy's version of the same thing.

Jul 21st 2012

People who don't put mustard on burgers are missing out.

Jul 21st 2012

I won't argue, but plain yellow mustard is a poor substitute for spicy brown, honey or even dijon mustard.

Jul 21st 2012

I'd never put honey mustard on a burger. A chicken sandwich? Heck, yeah. But a burger? Blech.

Jul 21st 2012

Yeah, probably not. Yellow mustard is just the Miracle Whip of mustards, though.

Jul 21st 2012

I agree. 1000%.

Jul 21st 2012

Yellow mustard is only one of those things.

Jul 21st 2012

It's "the"?

Jul 21st 2012

We recently got a Chick-Fil-A here, and I haven't tried it yet. Is it honestly that good?

Jul 21st 2012

It's pretty daggone good. Whenever I go to Charlotte, I want to time my trips so I can be there at lunchtime.

Jul 21st 2012

It's "the"?

No, yellow.

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