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    A firefighter was telling me the lunches they get are all wrong which I mention to my buddy and he said "700grams of yadada on 2 pieces bread which is exactly what the BCFS puts in the contract "

    I will tell you who eats really well is the tree planters, they get as much food as they can eat, the menus are varied/interesting and the cooks have to do vegetarian as well

    this year the treeplanters have had to be Covid compliant and it has elmininated colds and flu in the camps, a camp owner told me " no more sharing reefers or passing around a bottle at camp, drivivng around in trucks ever one is masked "
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    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    I'm a slow eater. And I take forever to assemble my plate. The kids are usually almost done before I take my first bite.
    See I'm the exact opposite most of the time. Whether it's served to me or cooked at-home, I am all about devouring a meal the moment it is served.

    - Hot sandwich or burger? No way am I letting that cool down too much, I'm diving in.
    - Cold summer dish? I refuse to allow that potato salad get warm before it hit's my palate.
    - Bowl of cereal? Gone in a flash, as I hate soggy mini wheats with a passion.

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    Taco Thursday!

    Almost makes you want to do crimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    I know an MD who always eats super fast and he claimed it was cuz the pager had gone off or the P.A. had interuppted him so many times in the middle of a meal that he was conditioned to get it all down before he was called away
    I can answer the phone and talk on the radio with a mouth full of food. In the Dispatch world this is known as pocketing.
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    I think in a hospitol you gotta leave the tray and go stat or SFT
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    Quote Originally Posted by XXX-er View Post
    I think in a hospitol you gotta leave the tray and go stat or SFT
    Hell, I don’t leave the tray to relieve myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bendtheski View Post
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    Taco Thursday!

    Almost makes you want to do crimes.
    Ya. Ya. Let's go get sushi and not pay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    Ya. Ya. Let's go get sushi and not pay.
    Lean Cuisine. I’m holding out for the Friday gyros.
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    Brutal. It'll make a turd, I guess.

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    In jail you only get one taco shell.

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    Are those fucking churros?

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    Those fried "churro-like" objects are prolly the only things on that tray I'd be comfortable consuming.
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    If I were in jail, I’d lick the tray clean
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    Quote Originally Posted by muted View Post
    Brutal. It'll make a turd, I guess.
    Always finding the positive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by riser3 View Post
    Always finding the positive.
    Growing up in the midwest as a young boy, I'd say that's good living and OMG what is this fancy sugary thing they call a churro????

    Now I'm a half-full prison-tray kind of guy.

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    Well its better than a Tinas bean and cheese Burrito. After 4 glasses of toilet wine i woud tear that up!

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    I think we all grew up in very, very, different places within the Midwest.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    I think we all grew up in very, very, different places within the Midwest.
    You referring to the toilet wine or burritto?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parvo View Post
    Those fried "churro-like" objects are prolly the only things on that tray I'd be comfortable consuming.
    I didn’t even get that far. Always keep some cheerios and lean cuisines on hand for back-up, for days like this...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovetoskiatalta View Post
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    I throw up in my mouth a little seeing those tray pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bendtheski View Post
    I didn’t even get that far. Always keep some cheerios and lean cuisines on hand for back-up, for days like this...
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    What do we have in the top part? Grits? Is it two different substances, one left, one right? Or all the same thing? Is there eggs under the ham? Enquiring minds want to know. The toast looks decent actually. Better than my wife can make at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ötzi View Post
    What do we have in the top part? Grits? Is it two different substances, one left, one right? Or all the same thing? Is there eggs under the ham? Enquiring minds want to know. The toast looks decent actually. Better than my wife can make at least.
    Believe it’s cream o’ wheat with a stick of melted butter. Could prolly make a sammich with the toast and ham, but ham is dry and salty AF.

    My diverticulitis says cheerios.
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    One thing i have never seen anywhere up here is grits, a guy i worked with was on a course down there and he asked the waitress what this stuff was and she said " y'all are from Canada let me take that "
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    Grits don't even get up here, I've never seen them in a restaurant anywhere near here. The Grits Line is somewhere south of the Mason-Dixon line but not by that much, it's somewhere in northern Virginia I'd say.

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    best grits recipe yet...




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