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  1. wiffleball

    Super Bowl menu

    You got to know that GrubHub is going to be insane.
  2. wiffleball

    Super secret Chinese surveillance aircraft over Montana

    I can verify and support pimps account. I've had similar from what I believed to be the same guy in the past. Was pretty obvious. Except if you confront them on it? All you're doing is providing confirmation. And he goes radio silent. After all this? In the future, I'm going to report it. That s*** gets spooky and dangerous real fast. And there's no place for it here.
  3. wiffleball

    Super Bowl menu

    Saw a recipe I really want to try: Russet potatoes. Peel, or not. Personal preference. Square off the bottom so that you can actually stand potato up like a glass or whatever. Oil, s&p Bake approximately 40 45 minutes 375. Cut off the top of the potato. Using a spoon or melon baller or whatever, scoop out most of the potato leaving the outside intact. This is where you get to go crazy. Add ground sausage, cheese, ground beef, chorizo, pulled pork, hell even artichoke dip, jalapenos, whatever I guess. Now because this is America and it's the super bowl. Wrap each potato with a slice of bacon. Use toothpicks to secure the bacon. or staples and duct tape. What the f*** do I care? Return to the oven. Bake for another 35 or so minutes. What you're looking to do is just cook off all the ingredients and finish cooking the potato. For this step at least, cover with foil. Could do same thing with the first bake. Remove foil for last few minutes. Last step is where you get fancy. Garnish the top with whatever you see fit. Sour cream chives shredded cheese bacon bits jalapeno slice, fried onion strings, whatever. The same could be accomplished with smoker or grill or whatever you see fit. If you don't go crazy with the potatoes, If they're about the size of your fist or a little smaller? Then they are effectively finger/hand food. Or guests can do knife and fork. Think would be amazing if you replace the first bake with an old bay, Cajun seasoning boil. Then stuff with shredded crawfish.
  4. wiffleball

    Super Bowl menu

    Screw that. @Mungwatercan tell you about this great place in Chicago that dips their sandwich not in some skeevy au jus, but in warm, dripping garlic butter. F***. That is my bucket list.
  5. wiffleball

    Breakfast / Chain Diner places

    Use To love breakfast. Because it was literally sort of the last bastion of cheap dining. Easy to fill up for at least less than $10. Sometimes even less. I really am sort of outraged that it's gotten so bad. I don't mind if you're spending 20, 25 $30 for a really fancy upscale breakfast brunch buffet. But , yourbasic eggs toast potatoes and bacon these days at least where I live? Average price is probably $18 and that doesn't count beverage or tip or convenience fee or all the other crap that they keep adding on. Even now, eggs are one of the cheapest proteins you can get your hands on. I've worked in places where customers easily drop $45 or more a person for breakfast and say a bloody mary or a mimosa. No s***, these days? The coffee you order costs as much or more than the damn bloody mary. And by the way? The microwave virtually every egg. The only way you get a non-nook egg? Get it fried. F*** that, next time you're at the grocery store? Just casually keep a running total in your head for the price of a carton of eggs, a flat of bacon, a couple of russet potatoes, and a loaf of bread. Sure as s*** not going to be $45.
  6. wiffleball

    Grammy awards feature transgender performers, diversity

    Thought it was really freaking cool that Bonnie raitt won three grammys. She looked genuinely shocked. Again, that's just great for her.
  7. wiffleball

    Breakfast / Chain Diner places

    Does that come from a bacon tree?
  8. @BertBeen there?
  9. wiffleball

    Breakfast / Chain Diner places

    I'd rather have a cilantro enema.
  10. wiffleball

    Breakfast / Chain Diner places

    It's cuz he's eating scrapple.
  11. wiffleball

    The Moon is straight up overhead here in the DMV

    Another acronym is delmarva.
  12. wiffleball

    Cornish Pasties

    Got to admit, I've tried the Jamaican ones, and the Australian ones, and the British ones, and for what it's worth? I just man, it should be good. But it's. Not. Now, you want an exception? Try German Bierocks. Freaking phenomenal. My mom and grandma used to make them. The closest thing you can find in the states is if you live in Nebraska and have access to a runza. But that's a shallow copy at best.
  13. wiffleball

    Cornish Pasties

    Man, I tried eating a pasty one time and the b**** slap me across the face so hard...
  14. wiffleball

    Breakfast / Chain Diner places

    Shoe store. I remember leaving a very long fantasy football draft with Bert and a few others. We're freaking starving. So we go to Denny's. Edited for time: Couple guys order. Then another guy orders steak and eggs. Waitress doesn't bat an eye. So I ordered the steak omelette. "Uh... We're out of that..." Jesus, we just busted out laughing.
  15. wiffleball

    Least favorite white claw

    not a white claw on the planet that isn't my least favorite. If I remember right, the CEO of white claw came out months ago saying basically that this thing's been tapped. Little hipsters realize this s*** tastes like stale water. F****** gross man. God damn people will drink anything with enough marketing.
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