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  •  Cheers! (17+ / 0-)

    Thank every god that anyone ever spoke of it's Friday. It was a long week.

    Cheers to rum and coke. I may take up drinking after all.

    Cheers to technology, which, let's face it, is kinda cool.

    Kind-a jeers to a very long weekend to-do list. I'm kind of in a mood to grab a book and head for a park. Instead, I will be doing a final proofread of Jeremiah and Romans (yes, that Jeremiah and that Romans), doing promo on a writing contest, and well, you know, that kind of thing. Work. Hoping to knock through all that tomorrow and leave Sunday open for some reading and writing.

    Random question of the day: What's the appeal of chicken and waffles? Anyone know?

    Cheers to a VERY productive dinner meetup with an old friend. We brainstormed through a boatload of obstacles I'd been stuck on re the workshops I want to do and a couple of books I've been outlining to follow the present one. YAY, BRAINSTORMING! (sorry, but I was pretty excited last night when the breakthrough happened)

    •  You mean together? (9+ / 0-)
      Random question of the day: What's the appeal of chicken and waffles? Anyone know?
      Would you put maple syrup or salsa on this?

      That doesn't answer your question.  Sorry.  Lessee..

      Chicken and waffles together contain all the essential amino acids and are therefore healthy and nutritious  but with the allure of junk food.


      "Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen." Hebrews 11:1. Keep the faith.

      by Tonga 23 on Fri Aug 16, 2013 at 06:23:50 PM PDT

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    •  I dunno... (3+ / 0-)
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      Random question of the day: What's the appeal of chicken and waffles? Anyone know?
      Waffles and pancakes have essentially the same ingredients (waffles have more flour, I think, since the batter has to be a bit thicker to cook), and if someone puts peanut butter and maple syrup on pancakes, it smells like a plate of vomit (well, to my nose it does - many years ago someone did that at a common meal one day and I've never bought peanut butter since; the very smell has now become unpleasant).  Eat that with chicken?  Absolutely not!

      My mom's fried chicken (which I know how to make) is good, but the only thing I'd pair with it is maybe fresh homemade milk gravy made from chicken drippings and potatoes and a veggie (or eliminate the gravy and just put butter on the potatoes).  Or bake the chicken until the meat falls off the bones, make gravy, add veggies and potatoes for a chicken stew, or eliminate the gravy, add the water and make chicken soup.  With waffles?  Absolutely not!

      The combo sounds nauseating, but eaten separately at separate meals.... mmmmmmm....

      I'm sick of attempts to steer this nation from principles evolved in The Age of Reason to hallucinations derived from illiterate herdsmen. ~ Crashing Vor

      by NonnyO on Fri Aug 16, 2013 at 07:44:45 PM PDT

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