Pancakes or Waffles or French Toast

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Paco

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Sharon (Blondie)

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Dennis

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Geez!! You wrote the question. Your answer isn't one of your choices!!

Paco wrote:
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> Which do you prefer?
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> I'll take the French toast.

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Uncle Fuzzy

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Hmmm, sounds like breakfast! :-)

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ALLEN HALL

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Dennis

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laughi...@webtv.net wrote:
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> >Pancakes & Eggs & Battered Frog
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> Why in the world would you beat up on a poor little frog???

Do you eat hamburger, battered fish, or mashed potatoes. Life is rough
on food items.

(Jeanne)

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Red...@webtv.net

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French toast with grape jelly


richard danner

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Around here lots of restaurants serve frog legs and boudain balls. Lots
of people feel sorry for the froggies but nobody seems to worry any
about the poor little boudains.

Richard

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richard danner

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Depends on who's cooking. If I'm cooking I prefer pancakes because I'm
lazy. If someone else is cooking its a toss up. One day I might prefer
one, the next day another.

I do like pancakes with eggs over easy smothered with chili. Or, I also
like pancakes and beans of any sort. But I also like all three served
in more traditional ways.

Paco

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laughi...@webtv.net

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Richard wrote:

>Around here lots of restaurants serve frog legs and
>boudain balls.

I probably don't wnt to know, but are boudain balls anything like
mountain oysters?

Debbie


Hoagy

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(Jeanne)

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xy Pat

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Dennis

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xy Pat wrote:
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> How abut fried muskrat??????

I've always been told that muskrat was greasy, Ground Hog is better.

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richard danner

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Boudain is a Cajun sausage made with meats, spices, rice and "other
ingredients". When served in casings it is sausage links. Sometimes it
is rolled into a ball shape and cooked. Delicious with red beans and
rice.

katlady

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(Jeanne)

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