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Old 01-26-2003, 02:56 PM   #41
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well you probably guessed this..I don't eat takeaways. I believe in supporting local small business. I rarely eat in town, but if I do I have a hunza roll from the local health food shop. He has a sign up about appreciating slow food and choosing your own music if you like and he always has the current newspapers.The owner is a friend who works hard.His staff are so nice, it feels like visiting with family. He has a small cyber cafe too. I go online there occassionally and he brings me a soy-dandelion "coffee" with a little choccy or mint on the side and a big smile. I LOVE it!!

One thing.....my hub often comments how quickly I can get a fine meal together for the family. I specialise in fast healthy food.
I'm almost in tears as I say this musiclovers..I've waited so long.This week we started to use the new kitchen 'alcove' that we built. I have to wait till we save again for the gas plumber to move the stove and fridge, but the sink is functioning , I have a nice new bench and cupboard...AND the biggie. I have a rainwater tap in the kitchen ( homemade contraption, nothing glamorous) I have been carrying a water bottle for 22years, so it's a luxury to have a tap inside.
My husband is a wonderful musician and electronics technician, not a builder. He has just taught himself carpentry as he has gone along. It gets a bit rough at times and he get hurt if I am disappointed with something he builds, but he is so methodical and persistent...we eventually get there.
I wish every family in the world had a rainwater tap and an "inside". I know how hard some women have to work, just to find water.
I'm so pleased......slainte musiclovers.

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Old 01-26-2003, 03:07 PM   #42
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Wendy's and Taco Bell, probably.


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Old 01-26-2003, 04:41 PM   #43
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Wendy's, but they left Argentina.
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Old 01-26-2003, 05:14 PM   #45
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Culver's for a Butter Burger or Taco John's because they have some really good Super Hot Sauce (burn baby burn)
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Old 01-26-2003, 05:45 PM   #46
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I went to Taco Bell for the first time like two months ago... it was quite sad that I had missed out on amazing food for many years. I like Wendy's and checkers because of the banana milkshake and spicy french fries
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Old 01-28-2003, 07:52 PM   #47
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there's a lot of inexepensive locally owned places to get take out where i live. there's this really awesome place where they have about 15 different kinds of burritos or tacos and a few salads. adn they're really tasty. i mean like fresh-cilantro-in-your- portabella-mushroom-burrito kind of tasty. there's a place that has soup in these giant bread bowl things. there's this pizza place that has virtually any kind of pizza.
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Old 01-29-2003, 10:35 PM   #49
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I eat pretty much all of it except Church's Chicken and Captain D's Seafood.

I eat McDonald's because I have a picture U2 riding through a McDonald's drive-thru getting Big Macs and Cokes; it is in some picture book, like FAR AWAY, SO CLOSE or some similar title.

When I am on the West Coast, I usually give in to a Jack In The Box craving; they have a very good breakfast sandwich. However, the next time I am in the L.A. area, I have to try thei "Tommy's Burgers" place. I had heard of it before, and seeing some of you mention it, I looked it up. That chili cheeseburger looks incredible.

We do not have White Castle here, but we do have their Southern, un-related counterpart, Krystal, very similar to "sliders."


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