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    fried chicken, I love chicken fried chicken with white gravy


    muffins-----corn or blueberry
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    blueberry

    cheesecake or pecan pie?

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    cheesecake

    tea or coffee with dessert
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    Mmmm coffee please

    When I was a child we rarely went out to eat it was a very occasional treat when we did go to a "nice dinner" we all dressed up it was an event it was always the same place. I always always always ordered the same thing mostly because it seemed so grown up to me fried shrimp basket with French fries, salad with blue cheese dressing and a coke. (That was back in the day when refills were not free)

    My question is think back to 10 year old you out to dinner with the family would you like fried shrimp basket or a hamburger?
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    Neither! Raised (and still am) vegetarian. I ate home made "soyburgers" as a 10 year old (and loved 'em!) so let's say "hamburger".

    Breakfast: big meal, or something small?

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    Breakfast - always but it depends on my day. If I have time for a slow, leisurely breakfast, it's a big meal, but on a normal day, it's something small ... then an early lunch.

    staying in the food theme: fruit with breakfast or lunch?
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    Yes please I like it with both but if I can only have one I think I would choose breakfast... .......no wait lunch, no breakfast waiiiiiiiiiiit now I'm in a crumpled mess I can't choose it's just too much for me.

    Continuing with the food theme Easter Sunday is almost upon us we all ave family traditions and "it's not Easter if I don't have my___________" For me growing up it was deviled eggs and ham

    Was it the main dish ham or lamb or the side dishes deviled eggs and peas that made your traditional Easter meal perfect to you.
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    I guess main dish of ham, but it really was the malted milk eggs for me.


    How about dessert-----babka, hot cross buns, Danish or Angel Food cake with fruit
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Well I had to look babka up I wasn't sure what it was, Danish is for breakfast, hot cross buns are not my favorite so I'll go with angel food cake with fruit. Can I have some whipped cream too please?

    Lynnie your malted egg comment cracked me up.

    Ok the family is all together, the Easter egg hunt is over we are full from dinner and dessert.

    Do you just sit around talking or play a board or card game everybody can enjoy?
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    all of the above---depends on how much we ate

    having family and relatives for Easter dinner or going out
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    neither .... don't celebrate Easter but do observe the religious meaning

    pansies or petunias in your hanging baskets
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    Petunias I love the scent.

    Flower gardens, wild with lots of different flowers and color or more planned with just a few colors and varieties?
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    since we live in a condo, I put in permanent stuff, azealas, mini maple trees, hostas.
    my pots are usually all pink and white or red and white.

    easter goodies, in a proper basket or other type of holder.
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    I love your wording a proper basket indeed....... But no usually a holder that is more usable kids got sand buckets or new beck packs, now they get things like measuring pitchers, serving bowls or cool cake pans


    Circus or carnival?
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    carnival

    candied apple, taffy or fried dough
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    Candied apple

    So what else will we eat at the carnival?

    Smoked turkey leg, grilled corn on the cob, giant corn dog, or giant tofu dog?
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    ick! tofu dog!!!
    I'll take the grilled corn on the cob.

    back at the carnival---tilt a whirl or ferris wheel
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Tilt-a-whirl :-) before we eat would be a good idea.

    So while we are at the carnival you must play at least one of the games ring toss or knock down the milk bottles with a baseball?
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    ring toss

    merry-go-round or water slide
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    junk food----cotton candy or apple pie
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Apple pie,

    More junk food, let's go to the we will fry anything shack

    Deep fried Oreo, snickers bar or twinkie?
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    Oreo, hands down


    fried---French fries, McDonalds or Burger king or Wendy's
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    A few years back my answer would have been mickey d's hands down. now I don't eat them I prefer Wendy's and I dont remember the last time I ate at burger king.

    So you decide to cut fast food out of your diet so where do you go for lunch a local deli or national chain like Quiznos?
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    local deli

    bread - white or rye?

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    Depends on the sandwich I love rye bread some sandwiches just dont work with it. Today I feel like a corned beef Sammy so rye it is.

    So now that I have that figured out what shoud go on it? Nothing just meat and bread, mustard only, or the works mustard, mayo, onion, lettuce, tomato?
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