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Fervet olla, vivit amicitia.

"While the pot boils, friendship endures."

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Food Fraud

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Exploding Pyrex

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Perverse Luxury Beef

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Seafood will be far less nutritious

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Comment by Grinning Cat 8 hours ago

Daniel, you do!

One of my local diners suddenly closed a few weeks ago. No idea what happened; the food and service were fine. It sits deserted, with its electronic display sign still brightly flashing and advertising menu items and specials.

Comment by Idaho Spud 9 hours ago

You do look happy.

Comment by Idaho Spud 9 hours ago

Daniel, your casserole sounds yummy.  I love cauliflower with cheddar.  Add rice & I'll bet it's a taste treat.

I don't think I've ever eaten at Denny's.

Comment by Randall Smith 12 hours ago

I agree with Joan! Daniel's photo brought a smile to my face and brightened my day.

Too bad the diner wasn't run by an independent owner. Then again, the diner we have nearby never seems to stay in business for long.

And, Daniel, your casserole sounds weird, but I'm sure it's delicious, at least under your magical hands.

Comment by Joan Denoo 17 hours ago

Daniel, you look just splendid, all bright eyes, in the fresh air, and sunshine. Something really good must be happening for you!

Comment by Patricia 21 hours ago

Lookin' good, Daniel.

Our Denny's here, has excellent club sandwiches, & fresh orange juice.

Comment by Daniel W 21 hours ago

Here's my favorite place to eat in Houston - I wasn't all that adventurous :-)

It was a great trip.  I did try other eating establishments, but I was limited to places that were within 2 miles walking distance from the hotel where I stayed, which was in the Medical district and adjacent to the Museum district.  I also ate at several Mexican places and one local burger place, where they did have a vegetarian burger.  Thank the Internet for Google Maps, which located it all for me!

Glad to be back home now for home cooking.  Bread in the oven.  Supper was a cauliflower / rice / cheddar casserole, which I like hot but also like cold the next day.

Comment by Patricia on Sunday

Omelettes, chow mein, & coffee......some favourites.

Comment by Randall Smith on Sunday

Carl, when you added that last sentence, I thought "Oooh-this could belong in the "learnerscoffeegroup" group. But, it's good here.

My latest "creation" was a shrimp chow mien.  I was happy to find water chestnuts at the grocery store. Shrimp was out of my freezer from the Mexico Beach area of Florida's panhandle.

Comment by The Flying Atheist on Friday

Daniel, that bread looks and sounds wonderful.

I made a very good omelette for breakfast this morning.  Filled with cheddar cheese and precooked potatoes with olive oil, pepper, paprika, and hot sauce.  And coffee, of course!


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