i'm going to have a picnic on my carpet in my den. Will ya'll join me. Seriously for you who are in freezing temps this may help if we really celebrate in the house and then we'll go from there. Its 60 something here today. tho this morning it was cold.
I'm going to make hamburgers on the george foreman grille for all of us. What would you like on your hamburger and what condiments would you like?
What kind of chips or fries would you like? bbq, ranch, reg. or ??? kind of chips???
French fries: sweet potatoe, steak, shoestring, tater tots????
condiments: you pick your own
type of bun: onion, wheat, sourdough, pumpernickle or???? And of course how would you like your hamburger? rare, med, med well, well
And what will you bring to my picnic indoors???
I have plates and holders for the plates. I need everything else for the picnic. Including entertainment that we can do ourselves with children and infants. Ok..........GoOOO....... I will put in my order when ur all done.
I also put potato chips on my sandwiches. I have created what Dr Phil calls a "No-Fail Environment" where I don't have anything unhealthy in my fridge or freezer so when I'm having an itch for something like potato chips, it either forces me to eat what I have or put on my coat, go out in sub-zero temps, go to the store, and buy the chips, come back, and then eat them.
But as long as we're talking potato chips, I like either salt and vinegar or sour cream and onion. I like the original ones too. And barbecue. I guess I like most of them, with the exception of the pickle flavor. (eeyyuuuucckk!)
I will take Swiss cheese on my burger.
Boy, you gave me a great idea for supper tonight, but I suppose I should be good and eat my leftovers. (Poo poo.)
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