Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Not Quite A Diner But In The Ballpark (With Ballpark Prices)

Since my young cousin is taking my baby away tomorrow my old cousin—ha, she's a year younger than I am—drove over to DeForest with me for pie and Reubens.

Oh joy, it's Senior Day and we're old

The Thief of Hearts and my cousin Nanci say goodbye

A tasty Rueben on delicious cranberry wild rice bread (with homemade chips)

Eating my feelings with some blueberry packed pie

22 comments:

  1. The Thief of Hearts is so loved. :-) That sandwich and pie, yummm!

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    1. Not sure I'll be able to sleep tonight, Susie. I had some left over sammie, but not the pie of course.

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  2. Don't eat when you are angry!
    Fries with bread? You will definitely get rubensian forms from it! :)
    About the The Thief of Hearts ... my heart cries with you ...
    Big, big hug my friend! 🌷

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    1. I eat when I'm mad, I eat when I'm glad, I eat in the car, I eat near and far. (;
      Fries and a Rueben isn't unheard of, Ella. There's loads of corned beef, kraut and melted Swiss cheese between that glorious bread.
      It's been five days and my heart is still shattered my friend.

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    1. It was quite tasty although not my first choice (some kind of pineapple coconut combo).

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  4. We'll sure miss you too Dexter.

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    1. Thank you Brian, I'm having a tough time of it but hope he's safe and happy in his new home.

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  5. What a feast. I would have loved having this lunch/dinner. Yummy.

    Have a fabulous day. ♥

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    1. It's quite the place for pie but I have to say they were off that day, Sandee.

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  6. I feel blue for you and I don’t even have a piece of pie. So sorry. (But omg that lunch looks fabulous... she said, showing how shallow she is).

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    1. Thanks, Sallie, I knew it would be hard but I didn't think it would be this hard.
      Ha, I'd eat an entire blueberry pie right now if it were put in front of me.

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  7. That pie looks amazing and I used to have a cat who looked just like that. His name was Catfish. He was the best. Almost human!

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    1. Aw, Catfish, wonderful name. We were working on our tricks (for treats) and my baby was such a chowhound he began to love it. That orange devil could sit, stay, come, easily go on a down, chase, turn around, stretch and my fav, do a Spiderman kiss.

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    1. Thank you Binky and Granny, I'm pretty broken up.

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    1. Dang, me too, Tamar. Here I am getting up from watching the news to see if I have some (pretty sure I don't).

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  10. Wow that pie looks amazing. What a wee cute cat. Sending big hugs x

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    1. It was pretty good especially for not being my first choice, but anything blueberry I say. I'm a regular Violet Beauregard. He was the best and I miss him terribly, Susan.

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  11. That food looks so delicious!

    What a beautiful cat :)

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  12. He loved getting brushed and I'd often brush him in lieu of treats so he got pretty fluffy, Nikki-ann. It was okay but they had an off day at the ol' Norske Nook. Decent blueberry pie though.

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