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    Posted: 20 Nov 2016 at 5:24pm
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Originally posted by PitLoad413 PitLoad413 wrote:

This is culinary sacrilege!  Sacrilege, damn you!  Thank God, I'm foodie purist. 
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This is culinary sacrilege!  Sacrilege, damn you!  Thank God, I'm foodie purist. 
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^^^You bought a box with a red X in it?
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I've developed some kind of repetitive stress related pain in my left wrist from holding this tablet in front of my face for hours everyday.

Went to Dollar Tree today and picked up a couple of these...



Not bad at all.

Certainly not for a buck apiece.

Got one on now.

Ahhhhhhhhhh.... relief.
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

...Sigh.  I don't count on the Dollar Trees here having anything I go there for.  These DTs around here are sh*tholes---dark, dirty, shelves half-empty, products arranged haphazardly, etc.  I don't know why this is.  The ones I used to go to in California were always neat and well-stocked. 
 
Dollar Tree is weird.
 
Up on Wolfy Island is where I found the Kraft dressing on the shelf. It was a bit of a prissy/model 'Dollar Tree' as was required so the rich people would go in and feel a little comfortable and maybe spend money.  Go down into Buffalo and the local Dollar Tree often was a direct reflection of the surrounding neighborhood (and yes, there were even those that one would avoid ending up in a the back of the store in some dimly-lit isle). Many stores in this class of neighborhood had food coolers and also sold some clothing which enabled local residents to do all of their shopping at one stop, should they desire. Down around Chesapeake, Virginia (Dollar Tree headquarters), this holds even more true, plus there are 'variations on a theme' with 'Dollar Deals' and a few other Dollar Tree off-shoots where everything was NOT $1. I was floored when I walked into a Dollar Tree that was the size of a regular grocery store. Half of the store was groceries and they even sold beer and wine. Although I was amazed, that's about all I was, along with the general public as the store closed in about a year.
And about California Dollar Trees? They probably would be 'weird' to us Eastern-types, doncha know. I bet they are stocked and maintained by fruits and nuts.
 
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Taco pizza?  Heavens to Mergatroid!  Shocked
 
This is about as taco-y as pizza should ever get:
 
 
 
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I bet it would be pretty good on one of those taco pizzas.

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Shut cho' mouth!  We don't do that kind of thing here.
 
 
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You could get a bottle of that Cheesy Jalapeno and put it on some pizza.

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But we have great pizza!
 
 
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Originally posted by Thor Thor wrote:

^  Sigh.  I don't count on the Dollar Trees here having anything I go there for.  These DTs around here are sh*tholes---dark, dirty, shelves half-empty, products arranged haphazardly, etc.  I don't know why this is.  The ones I used to go to in California were always neat and well-stocked.






But seriously, you can get it for under two bucks a bottle at Walmart.

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^  Sigh.  I don't count on the Dollar Trees here having anything I go there for.  These DTs around here are sh*tholes---dark, dirty, shelves half-empty, products arranged haphazardly, etc.  I don't know why this is.  The ones I used to go to in California were always neat and well-stocked.
 
 
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Sorry to hear they are on the weak-side with the spicy cheese.


Squirt yourself a glob of this stuff in there and you'll get a better kick...



Big smileThat stuff is GREAT. I found full-size containers of it in Dollar Tree, when it first came out. I could drink it straight out of the bottle.
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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

Sorry to hear they are on the weak-side with the spicy cheese.


Squirt yourself a glob of this stuff in there and you'll get a better kick...



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^^Thanks Darthy - I've been thinking of grabbing one the last few days, but this business about a pickle inside a burrito really is too much for me (psycologically), but I'm certainly going to try, now.
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Just tried the Whopperito, the burger one, not the breakfast one. All in all, not too bad. It didn't come round and plump like they show, but rather it was flat, but pretty much what you expect. All the main ingredients of a Whopper (sans condiments)in a tortilla instead of a bun. The sauce that replaces cheese has a tiny bit of a kick, but less of a kick than the stuff they give you with your onion rings. The pickle made it just Whopper enough to eat a bit like a burger and less like a burrito that they didn't break up the beef for. Easier to eat than a Whopper, so pretty good for in the car, since Whoppers tend to shed shreds all over your lap while you're trying to steer with your knee.

Don't know if I'll ever get one again... just don't eat that sort of thing often enough to blow a bad meal on it... but I don't regret trying it. Pretty decent crap.
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^Not at all! As a matter of fact, just yesterday I bought a $1 McD's Cheesy boiled burger just for the pickle. Never met a pickle I didn't love...unless it was in a burritoDead

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Originally posted by PaWolf PaWolf wrote:

I think I really would possibly try a 'Whopperito' if BK would stop showing the pickle in the burrito. That is just wrong.


Pickle bigot.

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I think I really would possibly try a 'Whopperito' if BK would stop showing the pickle in the burrito. That is just wrong.
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Originally posted by Jimbo Jimbo wrote:

Originally posted by MrTim MrTim wrote:

I put relish on my burgers instead of pickle chips.  Works great as long as you don't overdo it... Wink


Not sweet relish, I hope....

I used to buy dill relish for hot dogs...



...and would occasionally put it on a burger, but now I just make my own.

Dice up a bunch of dill pickle slices, then some peppers and onions, part of a tomato if I have one on hand that I need to get rid of and even a little bit of pepperoncini (salad peppers).

Put it all in a small jar with some dill pickle juice.

Tasty.


Relish on hot dogs is OK but I prefer diced onion and sauerkraut.
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Originally posted by MrTim MrTim wrote:

I put relish on my burgers instead of pickle chips.  Works great as long as you don't overdo it... Wink


Not sweet relish, I hope....

I used to buy dill relish for hot dogs...



...and would occasionally put it on a burger, but now I just make my own.

Dice up a bunch of dill pickle slices, then some peppers and onions, part of a tomato if I have one on hand that I need to get rid of and even a little bit of pepperoncini (salad peppers).

Put it all in a small jar with some dill pickle juice.

Tasty.


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It's not "Eggnormous" unless it's made with an ostrich egg...  LOL (That's about equal to 24 chicken eggs.)
 
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By the way in my opinion, pickles don't belong on a burger or burrito. A pickle slice on the side is acceptable but crunching into a cold pickle chip ruins the burger experience for me. I know I'm the odd one on this but gag! Never liked the pickle chips on my burger.
 
I put relish on my burgers instead of pickle chips.  Works great as long as you don't overdo it... Wink
 
 
 
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Egg zactly.

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Hey - this thread is about egg & meat-infested food, no fowl (the egg may make it 'pre-fowl')
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I didn't say you didn't post a pic of the egg burrito PaW, I just said it wasn't showing up.

Apparently, you reposted it since then.

No harm, no foul.



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