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What in the flying potato is livermush. Sounds gross brah!

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this is with biscuits and gravy and its absolutely amazing 

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What's in the spicy Korean soup?

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Sounds good

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You ain't from 'round here are ya?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Livermush

I'm not. I'm a dirty know it all Yankee!
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this is with biscuits and gravy and its absolutely amazing 

Love liver mush!

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I have not tried it with bisquits and gravy, usually reserve sausge for that, but will try it

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I bought some 5 year old smoked Gouda, for the tailgate at BOA today. Anyone got any suggestions on wines that pair nicely with that? I'm about to head to total wine before going to the stadium,

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I bought some 5 year old smoked Gouda, for the tailgate at BOA today. Anyone got any suggestions on wines that pair nicely with that? I'm about to head to total wine before going to the stadium,

Thanks!

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I think I'll go with vegatable kabobs rather than steamed rice, time for something different.. red potatoes, bell pepper, red onion, and maybe cherry tomatoes

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I prefer Penders over Neeses. Neeses uses too much cornmeal, tends to be grainy.

 

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I bought some 5 year old smoked Gouda, for the tailgate at BOA today. Anyone got any suggestions on wines that pair nicely with that? I'm about to head to total wine before going to the stadium,

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You serious?

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What in the flying potato is livermush. Sounds gross brah!

When you come to visit in a couple of weeks, hit up a place called John's Country Kitchen on Central Ave for breakfast on Monday. Get a standard breakfast you'll like, but get a side of livermush, just to give it a try. I don't get it all the time, but it's quite tasty.

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