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Old Nov 23, 2012, 05:10 PM   #26
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That Oyster Stuffing sounds delicious. Never heard of it though.
No, it's all about the White Castle stuffing. Had it for the first time last night. Of course, when I picked up the White Castles, I couldn't just get the sliders called for in the recipe and had to grab some more for lunch. I've been farting nonstop since
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No, it's all about the White Castle stuffing. Had it for the first time last night. Of course, when I picked up the White Castles, I couldn't just get the sliders called for in the recipe and had to grab some more for lunch. I've been farting nonstop since
Didn't know they had White Castles in Missouri.
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Didn't know they had White Castles in Missouri.
Yep, we have several in St. Louis thankfully.
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That Oyster Stuffing sounds delicious. Never heard of it though.
If made properly, it is delicious! I can't say if there is a single or regional origin for this delicacy. I grew up in Maryland, Chesapeake Bay area. As a kid, my parents used to buy oysters by the gallon can. It looked like a plain paint can with a top.
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If made properly, it is delicious! I can't say if there is a single or regional origin for this delicacy. I grew up in Maryland, Chesapeake Bay area. As a kid, my parents used to buy oysters by the gallon can. It looked like a plain paint can with a top.
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Old Nov 26, 2012, 08:17 PM   #32
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I am not an American but I live here in the States. I, too celebrated Thanksgiving though. I cooked roast chicken, corn and a salad.

I only ate the salad.
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