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Old Feb 21, '12, 2:42 pm
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Hmmm, never had Jersey Mikes, Chipolte is fake mexican food, and not considered fine Mexican food here. We have lots of "mom and pop" Mexican restaurants with great food. May I suggest some good Italian?


Jalapeno or Serrano chiles?
I was actually born in Mexico city and to my families embarrassment I really like those crunchy tacos with seasoned ground beef from McCorrmics yes I like american tacos.

Serrano becuase they are usually fresher than jalapeņo in my grocery.

Oh and my DH has to have dinner at an itallian resteraunt for work and he is bringing me home something so my next question is....

Gnocchi or penne?
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Tomato cream sauce or pesto?
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Old Feb 21, '12, 4:10 pm
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I don't know if I'm supposed to answer both but if so, penne and tomato cream sauce.

Would you rather live in the countryside or in an urban setting?
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Hmmm, never had Jersey Mikes, Chipolte is fake mexican food, and not considered fine Mexican food here. We have lots of "mom and pop" Mexican restaurants with great food. May I suggest some good Italian?


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I don't know if I'm supposed to answer both but if so, penne and tomato cream sauce.

Would you rather live in the countryside or in an urban setting?
Chipolte may be "fake" Mexican, but it sure is goooooood!

I like the compromise of suburban! I do not like urban living (too noisy), but I do like the convenience of a store down the street, so suburban fits me perfectly.

Celebrate Fat Tuesday or not celebrate Fat Tuesday?
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Chipolte may be "fake" Mexican, but it sure is goooooood!

I like the compromise of suburban! I do not like urban living (too noisy), but I do like the convenience of a store down the street, so suburban fits me perfectly.

Celebrate Fat Tuesday or not celebrate Fat Tuesday?
Celebrate!!!!!

Giving up something for lent or adding something (like extra prayer)
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Celebrate!!!!!

Giving up something for lent or adding something (like extra prayer)
For me, a little bit of both.

Fish on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday and all the Fridays of Lent, or do the best one can under the prevailing circumstances?
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For me, a little bit of both.

Fish on Ash Wednesday, Good Friday and all the Fridays of Lent, or do the best one can under the prevailing circumstances?
Fish (read: Eat Out at Red Lobster)

Jam or Jelly?
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Fish (read: Eat Out at Red Lobster)

Jam or Jelly?
Jam (although preserves < both).

Football or baseball?
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Jam (although preserves < both).

Football or baseball?
Both---younger nephew plays football(got an offer to play college football), older nephew plays baseball at college, and my mom is a Denver Bronco superfan.


Bagels or English Muffins?
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Both---younger nephew plays football(got an offer to play college football), older nephew plays baseball at college, and my mom is a Denver Bronco superfan.


Bagels or English Muffins?
bagels

tomato soup or cream of tomato soup to go with grilled cheese sandwich?
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bagels

tomato soup or cream of tomato soup to go with grilled cheese sandwich?
tomato soup

regular or low sodium tomato soup
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tomato soup

regular or low sodium tomato soup
Although, I should choose low sodium---my taste buds scream for regular.

New England clam chowder or Manhattan clam chowder?
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Although, I should choose low sodium---my taste buds scream for regular.

New England clam chowder or Manhattan clam chowder?
New England - that's the creamy version, right? Yum!

peanut butter or Nuttella?
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New England - that's the creamy version, right? Yum!

peanut butter or Nuttella?
peanut butter

creamy or crunchy?
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peanut butter

creamy or crunchy?
Creamy


Pecans or Walnuts?
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Creamy


Pecans or Walnuts?
Walnuts.

Trees: Deciduous or Conifers? (Leaves or no leaves (i.e., pine, spruce, etc.))
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