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An entire block of it too.

Went to McD's & Tried Al's little trick today.

It works!

Order McDouble off $1 menu
Minus Ketchup & Mustard
Add Lettuce
Add Mac Sauce

You got yourself a Big Mac (minus the 3rd piece of bread in the middle)

I shoved 4 of those $1 "Big Macs" into my gaping maw & washed it down with a Diet Coke. (Which I snuck in) Al is cool. Total cost = $4.34

(3/11/2013 09:38:14 AM) - Al

I hate airlines. First of all those darn airline seats are too dang small. Who are they designed for, skinny guys like John Goodman?! I'm a grown rambling man!

Also they've scaled back on the in-flight meals, really?! I get pretty gosh darn hungry rambling & hacking & wheezing my way through security! By golly I need... check that... DESERVE a burger when I get seated... well kinda seated...


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(3/14/2013 11:30:00 AM) - Al

Sliced vine ripe tomatoes:

4 vine ripe tomatoes
Kosher salt
Fresh cracked pepper
Slice tomatoes and season with salt and pepper. Serve.


Actual recipe I just came across.

I think the internet just hit rock bottom


No lemon cake mix or deep-fried lard = crappy recipe.

Vegetables are for commies anyway. You know they grow those in France, right?
(3/18/2013 10:00:00 AM) - Al

The funny thing about the war on fats is that many feel carbs are far worse for you, for a plethora of reasons.

And, for whatever reason, the nanny state pushes carbs on the public like old sitcoms give coffee to drunks...neither one works, by the way.


Nanny State always pushing carbs on me. I swear I can't go 15 minutes without some government thug sticking a funnel down my gullet for forcing me to eat pounds and pounds of pasta and bread.
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(3/20/2013 10:00:00 AM) - Al

Just made a batch of low carb muffins. I had a couple, and they are far from "normal," but they're pretty darn good, probably the texture of something cowboys used to eat on the range.

I decided to have one with a sausage patty in a sandwich, so I opened up the microwave...only to find the butter I had softened still in there. I have to imagine with that in there, they'd be outstanding.


I like to go to McDonald's and order a Big Mac, a double QPer with cheese and two orders of fries. It's OK, though, as I have a Diet Coke with it because it's healthy.
As a defender of and a believer in freedom, Al would never live in some Commie ****hole where they regulated the amount of crap you can consume. Al and I believe that you should have all the freedom in the world to be a disgusting fat **** and to eat whatever garbage you want.

Now excuse me - I have some women to go fall on.

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I decided to have one with a sausage patty in a sandwich, so I opened up the microwave...only to find the butter I had softened still in there. I have to imagine with that in there, they'd be outstanding.


Why stop there? Add 8 slices of cheese and a couple of fried eggs. And some Big Mac sauce. And gravy. Lots of gravy. Al likes gravy. Throw on some 2 yr old Boo Berry on top as a garnish and you're good to go.

What pisses Al off though is the natural skinny people don't have to worry about that delicacy.
Thank goodness I got to see another how-to post on diet. My cholesterol was starting to drop to below dangerous levels.

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(4/12/2013 11:00:00 AM) - Al

Quite a weekend in the Ramblings household...the Rambling wife is off on her annual bell choir festival, which leaves the Rambling males (me, the son, and the dog) for a bachelor weekend.

We're going to see The Croods, eat some Chinese buffet (just the lean protein for me, thanks), and enjoy some of Daddy's finest meal making (his favorites are my grilled cheese cheeseburgers, which is, yes, grilled cheese with a burger inside, and grilled cheese with steak um, and grilled cheese with bacon)...I just realized all my cooking ability is simply putting delicious red meat into grilled cheese.

My secret...don't skimp on the cheese. If you put so much in, the middle doesn't melt...microwave it for 15-30 seconds. Also, you can use mayo (even light mayo) instead of butter, it will be less greasy and oodles easier to spread.

Feel free to steal my ideas, they're just sandwiches.


So if I have some well-aged Boo Berry for breakfast with a low-carb sausage and cheese biscuit tray, any or all of the above for lunch and then head out to Golden Corral for dinner, it'll be the perfect food day.
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