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Old 10-17-2009, 09:33 AM   #15
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There was a lot of wine consumed in Graham Kerr's early shows and, at times, he appeared somewhat intoxicated. None the less, he was interesting as well as entertaining to watch.

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Old 10-17-2009, 11:04 AM   #16
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Recently we have been seeing a number of ads for "Bob Evans" sausage. I like sausage too so BW bought some. It is pretty good but we prefer Jimmy Dean. The Evans is too 'dull'. Jimmy Dean has some kick to it and being from the SouthWest, that is the taste.

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Old 10-17-2009, 12:33 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by hamguy View Post
...The Evans is too 'dull'.
BE has a zesty hot sausage flavor that we buy (look for the red colored sausage roll instead of the regular white one). It's got just the right zing for me & is a good addition to chili & lasagna. They've also got an Italian blend - a bit more spice than the regular but not as good as the zesty hot.

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Old 10-17-2009, 09:13 PM   #18
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Graham Kerr (also known as "The Galloping Gourmet") ... but I believe he had a bunch of stents put in his wife had suffered a heart attack and stroke...he has since changed his cooking habits - but he is still on TV!
Where? what cable or channel or whatever?
I'd really enjoy watching him again.

BTW my wife had a stroke too a few years back but I still eat eggs
Still if "we are what we eat" I wanna be Zabaglione or Bananas Foster.
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Old 10-17-2009, 09:43 PM   #19
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Where? what cable or channel or whatever?
I'd really enjoy watching him again.

BTW my wife had a stroke too a few years back but I still eat eggs
Still if "we are what we eat" I wanna be Zabaglione or Bananas Foster.
k-belly - I searched online for a schedule for you and found nothing. I then went back and looked at the HTML on the web page link that I provided. The last update to the web page was back in March of 2008. It looks to be that the show has been dropped. It is too bad -I would have watched it also...
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Old 10-18-2009, 07:15 AM   #20
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If it isn't on TV anymore it is still on youtube Here are some videos for you Galloping Gourmet fans YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
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I haven't had the heart attack (got the stent) and, not wanting to, am a little careful. Doc says "no eggs" so I evolved a standard breakfast:
"fake eggs" in an omelet with "fake cheese" and turkey sausage patties. Cook the eggs with a preheated sausage patty cut up into small pieces and then lay the slice of cheese on a low carb tortilla and put it in the pan under the omelet.
As soon as the cheese melts, fold and eat.
Tastes Good! and is healthy.
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Old 10-23-2009, 07:36 PM   #23
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Re: Exercise... As it happens I like riding my bicycle, plus some years ago wife got me a nice one for Christmas. Problem is,, IN Detroit, there are not a lot of nice places to rid to or safe places to just ride.

Well.. Since I have not paid my Hughes I-net bill I'm having to ride to the Family center in the park most of the time to get online every day... In one park it's rough up and down roads (not very up and down but never the less up and down) the other I have to cross a high dome bridge.

When I first moved into the motor home and went full time I'd reach that bridge and it's downshift the 18 speed bike into like 3rd (Low range in the front and 2 or 3 in the back) Last week it was Middle gea in the front and 3rd in the back (That's going from slowest to fastest in both cases)

I tell folks the bearings on the wheels are getting the rust worn off and are now smoother.. and In truth I did a bit of "Truing" on the wheel.

but I think the 15 pounds less of me when I visited the Doctor WED (As compared to when I last visited him) has a lot to do with it too

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