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Discussion in 'Community Forum' started by kyhunter99, Jul 11, 2019.
Yumm another one of my favorites.
What is a cathead biscuit?
Big ol fluffy biscuit
A big ole biscuit like grandma used to make. My grandma made them in a wood cook stove.
Jeff Ruby’s bone in ribeye. Collinsworth.....
bacon cheeseburger, mayo, mustard, lettuce, light grilled onion, and jalapeños from five guys.
Ribeye medium,big ol sweet tater,salad with all the fixings,corn on the cob,garlic bread,big glass of home made sweet tea.piece of cherry cheese cake.
half burnt hotdogs and pinto beans. Long story....
Great northerns with country ham, fried taters ,lettuce w bacon grease, and fried crappie!
Hand tossed meat lovers pizza and a ice cold beer!
Usually the center of the pone too. We always made biscuits in a cast iron frying pan. You had a row on the outside then one big fluffy one right in the middle
i'd order a big mac, with cold fries, i dont like neither of those, an a coke fountain drink, or, something, with too much, CO2 or whatever. it would kinda make it worth my while, to get away from that stuff. maybe something made in china.
Glass of the wifes sweet tea,bowl of clam chowder from the spit in Homer, Alaska, a true table side caesar salad, 42 day + dry aged 18 oz ribeye from Peter Luger's in NYC, 2 pound of stone crab claws (my favorite crab) from Joe's Stone Crab in Miami FL., my wifes baked potatoes and my late grandmothers blackberry cobbler or jam cake.
Finish off with a nice cuban cigar and a glass of pappy's while listening to AC/DC's song "Ride On"
My wife has put 50 lbs on me in the last 13 years...
Well, technically I gained 50 lbs.
But she CAN cook and if I mention anything about "her" putting my weight on, she'll say that she can quit cooking at anytime...
So, I guess I'll just be fatter than I was before we met.
With that being said I would want Barney or my wife to cook my last meal
I'm damn glad he's not my neighbor...
between him and my wife cooking I'd have gained 100 lbs. and I just don't think that would work out very good for my arteries