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    Dan S. Guest

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    on celery ...

    When will they have have grocery store delivery on 30 minutes or less?

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    Lynn from Fargo Ografmorffig Guest

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    On Mar 18, 9:38*pm, Dan S.
    <danUNDERscoreGOEShereSLAUGH...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
    > on celery ...
    >
    > When will they have have grocery store delivery on 30 minutes or less?
    >
    > --
    > Yours,
    > Dan S.
    > everything is better with bluetooth ($1 Sheldon, BBT)


    Are you pregnant?
    Lynn in Fargo

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    Sky Guest

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    Dan S. wrote:
    >
    > on celery ...



    It's good on triscuit (tm?) crackers too Add some 'chipped' beef,
    and you've got a classic.

    Sky, who should make some ;>


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    Ike Guest

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    Dan S. wrote:
    > on celery ...
    >
    > When will they have have grocery store delivery on 30 minutes or less?
    >



    Cream cheese, rolled in this stuff:

    http://www.godshalls.com/C054EE8BF0D...C3A4DDA881B750




    Lebanon Bologna Roll-ups

    8 oz softened cream cheese
    2 tsp prepared horseradish (optional)
    2 tsp chopped fresh or freeze-dried chives (also optional)
    1/2 pound lebanon bologna, thinly sliced. sweet, honey or regular

    Place cream cheese in a medium bowl. Stir well to soften. Add the
    horseradish and chives. Combine well. Place meat on flat surface. Spread
    thinly on one side with cream cheese mixture. Roll tightly. Cover and
    refrigerate until use, at least 1 hour so the cream cheese can chill.
    Slice into 1 inch thick pieces. Let come to room temperature before
    serving.

    Note: Beware. The heat from the horseradish will intensify the longer it
    sets. Taste during preparation and keep it on the mild side unless you
    like it really hot.


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    Ike

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    Sqwertz Guest

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    Ike <[email protected]> wrote:

    > Lebanon Bologna Roll-ups


    I'm a big Lebanon bologna fan (from Pittsburgh).

    > 8 oz softened cream cheese
    > 2 tsp prepared horseradish (optional)
    > 2 tsp chopped fresh or freeze-dried chives (also optional)
    > 1/2 pound lebanon bologna, thinly sliced. sweet, honey or regular


    But I've never heard of a Honey version.
    http://www.seltzerslebanonbologna.com/products.html

    Double-Smoked? Hmm. May have to seek that one out. I usually don't
    like anything except the regular non-sweet varieties.

    It sure as hell puts Taylor beef roll to shame. Lebanon Bologna is
    King of all Regional Lunch Meats.

    -sw

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    Terry Guest

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    On Thu, 19 Mar 2009 02:14:57 -0400, Ike <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Dan S. wrote:
    >> on celery ...
    >>
    >> When will they have have grocery store delivery on 30 minutes or less?
    >>

    >
    >
    >Cream cheese, rolled in this stuff:
    >
    >http://www.godshalls.com/C054EE8BF0D...C3A4DDA881B750
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >Lebanon Bologna Roll-ups
    >
    >8 oz softened cream cheese
    >2 tsp prepared horseradish (optional)
    >2 tsp chopped fresh or freeze-dried chives (also optional)
    >1/2 pound lebanon bologna, thinly sliced. sweet, honey or regular
    >
    >Place cream cheese in a medium bowl. Stir well to soften. Add the
    >horseradish and chives. Combine well. Place meat on flat surface. Spread
    >thinly on one side with cream cheese mixture. Roll tightly. Cover and
    >refrigerate until use, at least 1 hour so the cream cheese can chill.
    >Slice into 1 inch thick pieces. Let come to room temperature before
    >serving.
    >
    >Note: Beware. The heat from the horseradish will intensify the longer it
    >sets. Taste during preparation and keep it on the mild side unless you
    >like it really hot.


    ARGH! I *love* Lebanon bologna but can't get it easily down here
    (KY). Why did you have to go and post that recipe? Now I gotta get
    some Lebanon bologna... on white bread, with a slice of provolone, and
    mustard... :-)

    Best -- Terry

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    Becca Guest

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    Dan S. wrote:
    > on celery ...
    >
    > When will they have have grocery store delivery on 30 minutes or less?



    Sounds good. Last night, I tried sf's cream cheese with craisins and
    pecans. I moistened the craisins with hot water and allowed them to
    plump up. I added the cream cheese and I whizzed it in the food
    processor. I stirred in the pecan pieces and I allowed it to chill in
    the fridge. I stuffed the celery and I ate it last night, it tasted
    wonderful. Craisins only have 33 carbs in 1/3 cup, which is not bad.
    My husband sprinkled Splenda on his, he likes everything sweet.

    Come to think of it, I have cream cheese and fresh chives, the chives
    survived the winter. I also have celery, and the stalks of this celery
    is really w-i-d-e. That will hold a lot of cream cheese & chives. :-P


    Becca

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    brooklyn1 Guest

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    "Becca" wrote :
    >
    > Come to think of it, I have cream cheese and fresh chives, the chives
    > survived the winter.
    > I also have celery, and the stalks of this celery is really w-i-d-e. That
    > will hold a lot of cream cheese & chives. :-P
    >
    >
    > Becca


    J-Lo brand celery! LOL





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    Gregory Morrow Guest

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    brooklyn1 wrote:

    > "Becca" wrote :
    > >
    > > Come to think of it, I have cream cheese and fresh chives, the chives
    > > survived the winter.
    > > I also have celery, and the stalks of this celery is really w-i-d-e.

    That
    > > will hold a lot of cream cheese & chives. :-P
    > >
    > >
    > > Becca

    >
    > J-Lo brand celery! LOL



    "Wash often, rinse repeatedly...". That J-Lo skank always looks like she
    needs a bath or something...


    --
    Best
    Greg



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    Arri London Guest

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    "Dan S." wrote:
    >
    > on celery ...
    >
    > When will they have have grocery store delivery on 30 minutes or less?
    >
    > --
    > Yours,
    > Dan S.




    Cream cheese, finely-minced spring/green onions and a pinch of salt.

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