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  1. #18121
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    Keeping us above TPT (The Presidential Thread) whenever possible.

  2. #18122
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    FatherPK was in food packaging for years So I have long been fascinated and impressed with Chic-Fil-A's catch-up* packaging. You can pull off the tip to squeeze and spread it on your sandwich, or pull off the top and use it as a dipping reservoir. Genius on a industry-specific level.

    * Apparently you can spell that name of this tomato-sugar paste anyway you want, so this is my new preferred method.
    Backpfeifengesicht: noun (strong, genitive Backpfeifengesichtes or Backpfeifengesichts, plural Backpfeifengesichter).

    1. (colloquial) a slappable face, a face "in need of a slap."

  3. #18123
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    mayonnaise.


    If you like that stuff, we can't be friends.


    Funny story, at a friends wedding reception, someone asked him how he knew he found the right woman. His response, "she hates mayonnaise".


    They are now separated.

  4. #18124
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattman91 View Post
    mayonnaise.


    If you like that stuff, we can't be friends.


    Funny story, at a friends wedding reception, someone asked him how he knew he found the right woman. His response, "she hates mayonnaise".


    They are now separated.
    Real vs low fat?

    Hellman's vs Dukes?

    Discuss.
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  5. #18125
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    Quote Originally Posted by devildeac View Post
    Real vs low fat?

    Hellman's vs Dukes?

    Discuss.
    All of the above.

    No mayo, no seafood.

  6. #18126
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattman91 View Post
    mayonnaise.


    If you like that stuff, we can't be friends.


    Funny story, at a friends wedding reception, someone asked him how he knew he found the right woman. His response, "she hates mayonnaise".


    They are now separated.
    Quote Originally Posted by devildeac View Post
    Real vs low fat?

    Hellman's vs Dukes?

    Discuss.
    Thankfully, there's no mayo-flavored/infused beers. Yet.

    But, Dogfish Head is still conjuring/concocting/brewing...

    [redacted] them and the horses they rode in on.

  7. #18127
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattman91 View Post
    mayonnaise.


    If you like that stuff, we can't be friends.


    Funny story, at a friends wedding reception, someone asked him how he knew he found the right woman. His response, "she hates mayonnaise".


    They are now separated.
    To be fair, I think you need to differentiate mayonnaise as a condiment (rarely good IMO) versus mayonnaise as an ingredient (where it certainly has a place amongst the cooking arsenal).
    Backpfeifengesicht: noun (strong, genitive Backpfeifengesichtes or Backpfeifengesichts, plural Backpfeifengesichter).

    1. (colloquial) a slappable face, a face "in need of a slap."

  8. #18128
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldPhiKap View Post
    To be fair, I think you need to differentiate mayonnaise as a condiment (rarely good IMO) versus mayonnaise as an ingredient (where it certainly has a place amongst the cooking arsenal).
    Good point. I can agree with you there.

  9. #18129
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldPhiKap View Post
    To be fair, I think you need to differentiate mayonnaise as a condiment (rarely good IMO) versus mayonnaise as an ingredient (where it certainly has a place amongst the cooking arsenal).
    Quote Originally Posted by mattman91 View Post
    Good point. I can agree with you there.
    Oh yea, then what do you put on a turkey/cheese/tomato/lettuce sammich or a BLT then?

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  10. #18130
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    Quote Originally Posted by devildeac View Post
    Oh yea, then what do you put on a turkey/cheese/tomato/lettuce sammich or a BLT then?

    Butter the toast; glob of cranberry sauce in the middle for that turkey sandwich. Gets the moisture and fat itches scratched.

    For the bacon, well, that should only be eaten in a biscuit anyway.
    Backpfeifengesicht: noun (strong, genitive Backpfeifengesichtes or Backpfeifengesichts, plural Backpfeifengesichter).

    1. (colloquial) a slappable face, a face "in need of a slap."

  11. #18131
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldPhiKap View Post
    Butter the toast; glob of cranberry sauce in the middle for that turkey sandwich. Gets the moisture and fat itches scratched.

    For the bacon, well, that should only be eaten in a biscuit anyway.
    Why bother with the biscuit?

    http://carsbikesbacon.com/view/13738/mp
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  12. #18132
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    Quote Originally Posted by devildeac View Post
    Why bother with the biscuit?

    http://carsbikesbacon.com/view/13738/mp
    Biscuits add the carbs you need to keep the motor running.
    Backpfeifengesicht: noun (strong, genitive Backpfeifengesichtes or Backpfeifengesichts, plural Backpfeifengesichter).

    1. (colloquial) a slappable face, a face "in need of a slap."

  13. #18133
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldPhiKap View Post
    Biscuits add the carbs you need to keep the motor running.
    Better source of carbs:

    4ef1d9fdbe4a1cde6abd65f6cc35dc8e.jpg
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  14. #18134
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    Quote Originally Posted by devildeac View Post
    Better source of carbs:

    4ef1d9fdbe4a1cde6abd65f6cc35dc8e.jpg
    Yeah, but beer with breakfast means you probably need to talk to a different sort of specialist.
    Backpfeifengesicht: noun (strong, genitive Backpfeifengesichtes or Backpfeifengesichts, plural Backpfeifengesichter).

    1. (colloquial) a slappable face, a face "in need of a slap."

  15. #18135
    Drove my new old car today. Debating 3 potential choices for a new daily driver, an RDX, Outback or Golf R.

  16. #18136
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    I'm not really a condiments kind of girl although I will occasionally use a hint of mayo as "sandwich glue". I like a cold cut, a piece of cheese, and some lettuce on my sandwiches. That's usually enough.

    But all in all, I'd mostly rather have soup.

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    I had French Onion soup today. Supposedly, it isn't good for cats. I ate it at a restaurant and not at home.

  18. #18138
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    Quote Originally Posted by YmoBeThere View Post
    Drove my new old car today. Debating 3 potential choices for a new daily driver, an RDX, Outback or Golf R.
    I've had a couple outbacks - really liked it. Drove well (especially in snow) and was comfortable on long trips. Liked the heated outside mirrors (great to keep 'em clear in rain), wiper defrosters (before driving -they didn't do much at highway speed), and bun warmers. I suspect it has a lot more space than the other two.

    Not a true SUV, but it got down fire roads to get to interesting mountain biking trails.

    -jk

  19. #18139
    Quote Originally Posted by -jk View Post
    I've had a couple outbacks - really liked it. Drove well (especially in snow) and was comfortable on long trips. Liked the heated outside mirrors (great to keep 'em clear in rain), wiper defrosters (before driving -they didn't do much at highway speed), and bun warmers. I suspect it has a lot more space than the other two.

    Not a true SUV, but it got down fire roads to get to interesting mountain biking trails.

    -jk
    Thanks for the input, it definitely is on the list due to space/size particularly for things non human. A little more background, I have an Audi A4 right now, got it up in Boston area when I lived on the North Shore. I got it then because it had a decently strong engine(got the V6 over the Turbo 4 offered at the time) and I felt I needed a four door vehicle. Oh, and all wheel drive for winters. It also had enough get up and go to have fun in traffic. FWIW, I lived in an apartment at the time. Fast forward 7 1/2 years, the A4 has served me well. I've hauled yards of mulch in it(in bags, just fold down the rear seat) 10 foot long boards, and various other sundry items. However, I've often had to beg/borrow for help getting stuff home, mainly because the form factor of the item just wouldn't fit in my vehicle. Since moving away from Boston, I've owned homes. They have different needs compared to apartments. And I went from having a couple cats to having a clowder(not a hoarder, one was from a hoarder, 3 were abandoned as kittens, and the last one is blind). So, that says to me I need a different vehicle going forward. Or at least one that can handle different form factors. All three on my list do that. The Outback has the most space but not having driven one yet, I'm concerned what I'll think about the CVT. I know the 3.6 is an option and likely the route I would go. The RDX carries less but does have more space than my current car and can accommodate more shapes. It also has a pretty strong engine and has more get up and go compared to the Outback. The final one on the list is a Golf R. Massive horsepower for a little car = lot of get up and go. But not a whole lot of space to carry stuff. Some different form factors can be handled due to it being a hatchback, but ultimately this choice is about having some fun.

    Oh, and all three have the latest collision avoidance, lane departure, etc. doo dads such that they get a plus from the IIHS(I work for an insurer). That is a must for me going forward.

    Okay, so there it is. I guess I really need to get out and do some test drives.

  20. #18140
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    We went from a minivan and a Honda Civic to a Honda Accord and a Honda Civic now that our oldest has graduated from college. (He's driving a Mazda something or other.) He's living at home for a little while and every now and then the whole family does things together - and we have to take two cars. That's the only drawback to getting rid of the minivan.

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