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Who in their right mind thought this was a good idea? Is Paula Deen the chef??
Always dressing. Always made with a fresh skillet of cornbread & 2 day old angel biscuits plus a box of stouffers, my Granny was crafty that way. She always stuffed the turkey with oranges to keep that bird nice & moist.
We finally made the trip to Publicity on Saturday (a side trip to McKays helped justify the trek from Franklin) & were really blow away by the highly curated selection of drafts. Good food to boot! We will be going back for sure- maybe to a beer dinner.
I avoided Breaking Bad after season 1, but finally gave in- only to find out what happened to Pinkman- and caught up this summer. Looking forward to the Hank-v-Walter showdown (fingers crossed that the last scene shows Jessie in community college).
Have to say, I'm still waiting on the Orange Is The New Black Flipping Channels thread. Y'all watched it (binge or otherwise) yet? Best new show of 2013 in my estimation.
I would be interested to hear how Bitesters come down on the great debate about how best to clean cast iron- any water? any soap? nothing but a quick wipe? I am a no-soap, washout, then-oil man, myself. My Granny has an ancient skillet that, to my knowledge, has never had any cleaning at all (& it makes the best cornbread you've ever ate).
I was really shocked that the TDEC dude would, ahem, throw the terrorism bomb at these folks. It is disgraceful & indicative of a protective regulatory process being used as a sword, rather than a shield.
As a career guvment employee, my spidey sense tells me that this kind of hard-edge, scare-mongering is coming from, or at the very least being actively encouraged by, the Haslam appointed TDEC higher-ups.
Cool. I took a bunch of courses taught by Dr. Simek back in the day at UTK. Congrats to him on this find.
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