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Pre-Game chow...

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So what'd ya have?

We chowed down on some damn fine Ranucci's bbq pork I brought home from the Broncos game. Little bit of Big Butt sauce...mmmmm mmmmmmm mmmmmmm. Only thing that woulda made it better would have been some slaw on the sammie.

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I've had a roast in the slow cooker all day. i'm starving to death.

we're just waiting on the taters.

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I put on a roast last night and have been snacking ALL day. Spagetti for Dinner, its only 4 here :D

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First I'd eaten all day....I been busy as hell trying to get my expense reports done and some last minute Christmas present prep before the game started. I couldn't wait for the game to start, had to eat!

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I can't eat a thing, I am too full of nerves. Haven't eaten all day.

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Just finished Meat Loaf and Mashed taters... just in time too!!! ;)

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