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  1. #35161
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClemmonsDevil View Post
    Not seeing it. Beer brings people together. Unlike turkey. Such a divisive bird.
    You must really hate Thanksgiving.

  2. #35162
    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    You must really hate Thanksgiving.
    It's fine. Like my tacos.

  3. #35163
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClemmonsDevil View Post
    Not seeing it. Beer brings people together. Unlike turkey. Such a divisive bird.
    I mean, I could've been dismissive of beer.

  4. #35164
    Quote Originally Posted by ClemmonsDevil View Post
    It's fine. Like my tacos.
    You serve ham then?

  5. #35165
    Quote Originally Posted by Bostondevil View Post
    I mean, I could've been dismissive of beer.
    I would accept that. OPK isn't really a beer lover I think. Or likes others drinks more. So many people like wine more. I like beer, but I am a traditionalist with beer so I don't really read the Yum beer thread much anymore.

  6. #35166
    Quote Originally Posted by ClemmonsDevil View Post
    I would accept that. OPK isn't really a beer lover I think. Or likes others drinks more. So many people like wine more. I like beer, but I am a traditionalist with beer so I don't really read the Yum beer thread much anymore.

    The pandemic was a good excuse for me to give up alcohol.

  7. #35167
    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    You serve ham then?
    We do turkey and ham, but I try to get them to grill ribeyes. I used to love turkey, but swearing off carbs ruined it for me. I figured out the star was the stuffing, not the turkey. I see why people love the stuffing, turkey, cranberries, gravy thing. Whole lot of delicious in that bite of food.

  8. #35168
    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    The pandemic was a good excuse for me to give up alcohol.
    I drink waaaaaay less the last 3 or 4 years. Almost never at home. I do love sampling microbreweries when I travel. But never more than 2 or 3. Ever. And no liquor ever. Lightweight.

  9. #35169
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    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    The pandemic was a good excuse for me to give up alcohol.
    Makes you cutting against the tide. Sounds like recreation and problem imbibing have both generally been up during the pandemic.

  10. #35170
    Quote Originally Posted by ClemmonsDevil View Post
    If you care about food and aren't that great a person...welcome home.
    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    As I say to my wife every time I get out of the shower and catch her looking at my can, “you’re welcome”.
    Quote Originally Posted by ClemmonsDevil View Post
    Run Skydog!!!!!! Does the term Skydog make anyone else think of Poochie?
    Thank you - I feel very welcome and afraid! If only I had Poochie's swagger...


    Poochie_Large.jpg

  11. #35171
    Quote Originally Posted by Skydog View Post
    Thank you - I feel very welcome and afraid! If only I had Poochie's swagger...


    Poochie_Large.jpg
    Perfect!

  12. #35172
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skydog View Post
    Thank you - I feel very welcome and afraid! If only I had Poochie's swagger...


    Poochie_Large.jpg
    I love reading glasses Homer:

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  13. #35173
    Streaming Treehouse of Horror X with my daughter and giggling about it as we speak with her in Tuscaloosa and me in NC. Such a great episode.

  14. #35174
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    I did give a final report on the contents of my husband's liquor cabinet, yes? Anyway, when he returned from Maryland, I gave him his birthday scotch (went for a Speyside this year) Craigellachie. I haven't sampled it yet. Maybe I'll go do that right now.

  15. #35175
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bostondevil View Post
    I did give a final report on the contents of my husband's liquor cabinet, yes? Anyway, when he returned from Maryland, I gave him his birthday scotch (went for a Speyside this year) Craigellachie. I haven't sampled it yet. Maybe I'll go do that right now.
    Only if he's opened it first. Then swap contents with some of the Famous Grouse and see if he notices.

    -jk

  16. #35176
    I'm busy watching a Vandy team with zero players who score more than 9ppg available to play.

  17. #35177
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    Quote Originally Posted by -jk View Post
    Only if he's opened it first. Then swap contents with some of the Famous Grouse and see if he notices.

    -jk
    He's opened it.

  18. #35178
    I am a thread nihilist.

  19. #35179
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    Quote Originally Posted by ClemmonsDevil View Post
    I would accept that. OPK isn't really a beer lover I think. Or likes others drinks more. So many people like wine more. I like beer, but I am a traditionalist with beer so I don't really read the Yum beer thread much anymore.
    Each has a season and appropriate context.

    Outdoors, day, or casual gathering usually equals beer.

    Meal, evening, indoors, or formal usually equals wine or spirits.

    Beef is the Grand Central Station of drinks. Each one works perfectly.

  20. #35180
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldPhiKap View Post
    Each has a season and appropriate context.

    Outdoors, day, or casual gathering usually equals beer.

    Meal, evening, indoors, or formal usually equals wine or spirits.

    Beef is the Grand Central Station of drinks. Each one works perfectly.
    Depending on the beef delivery system. A burger, barbacoa tacos, a ribeye each demand very different accompaniments.

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