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Okay I've been making this sauce for my burgers for the last 29 years of my life, I call it Quinky Sauce. It's just 3 parts ketchup, 2 parts Sayosauce, and 2 parts Mustard.
Anyways tonight we had burgers, and my daughter wouldn't eat my Quinky Sauce so I punished her by making her go to her room for a time out.
My wife get's all pissed at me for doing this, If my daughter doesn't want to eat the food we make in this house, why should I be the bad guy for punishing her?
I'm gonna continue making Burgers the way people in this family eats burgers, but I think maybe I could mild down my recipe a bit, I was wondering if you guy's had any recipe's or variation on Quinky Sauce that would be suitable for a child?
Trader Joe’s "Pirate"
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BY BETH STEBNER
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
AUGUST 17, 2013
Trader Joe’s ‘pirate’ buys goods in Washington state then sells
them in Vancouver for a profit
Canadian entrepreneur Mike Hallatt is in hot water for buying
massive amounts of Trader Joe's products in Washington state,
crossing the border, and selling the booty at a slight profit.
He’s pirating their goods, and they’re trying to make him walk
A Canadian entrepreneur is in hot water for buying massive
amounts of Trader Joe's products in Washington state, crossing
the border, and selling the booty at a slight profit.
Mike Hallatt — who calls his vagabond Vancouver store "Pirate
Joe's" — claims he's done nothing wrong, and is helping bring
Trader Joe's to the Commonwealth.
"I'm their best customer," he told the San Francisco Chronicle,
adding that he's purchased more than $350,000 worth of Joe-O's,
mango salsa, and other goodies.
But Trader Joe's is suing the 53-year-old Canadian plunderer,
saying Hallatt has harmed their business and infringed on their
copyright, and is trying to shutter his Vancouver storefront.
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Ok, /ck/ I need some advice and I came here because I really don't know who to ask.
I was making cofee in my kinda-old kettle, filled it with water and left it on the stove to catch heat. Problem is, I'm a moron and I completely forgot about it, and when I came back all the water had evaporated and the kettle was starting to turn black. There was also that burned metal smell. I ventilated, I washed the Keetle, but still smells bad inside and the next cofee had bad taste.
Time to throw it? Is it even dangerous to drink that cofee?
Pic somehat related, not my kettle tho
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this is my opinion.
calories in my personal and unprofessional opinion are nothing but a consistent way for the government to get the same number or calories out of the same foods over and and over again every time, without any true intelligent regard for WHAT the food is, what its nutritional content is, or how the body handles it, as well as completely disregarding the fact that when you eat food- YOU POOP usually half or more out of you straight into the toilet, in the form of CRAP
it just bothers me when i see my family bitching and moaning and weighing their low fat chicken breasts on tiny food scales and counting how many "hue hue points" are in their Zero-Calorie soda drink (meanwhile its full of aspartame and other chemicals that are known to cause cancer).... and yet they continue to eat foods full of additives and chemicals like yellow 5 and titanium dioxide and high fructose corn syrup which by the way again in my personal and unprofessional opinion is an incomplete sugar that poisons the liver into making you gain weight, unlike honey which is a complete sugar that the body knows how to handle better.
so essentially people run around looking at these gimmicky hipster points called calories all day long and worrying that their little turkey slice is too heavy for their professionally pretentious "daily allowed servings" instead of looking at foods labels where they actually count, THE INGREDIENT LIST.
what is in this food?: rice, milk, potato's, beans.
whats in this food?: YELLOW 5 MAGNESIUM STEARATE TITANIUM DIOXIDE HYDROGINATED TRANSFAT OILS AND FATS HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP ASPARTAME ARTIFICIAL COLORS FLAVORS AND SWEETENERS MODIFIED CORN STARCH
ask your doctor before doing anything
i am not responsible for what you eat
you make your own decisions in life at your own risk.