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    Mississippi to the rescue with sweet potato fries!

    https://agfax.com/2019/09/27/mississ...hould-be-good/
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    Not to be one who enjoys dashing cold water on your hot idea , really. But analysists figure only about 6% of the crop was lost. New Brunswick and the Maritime Provinces came in well enough this year.

    But . . . .WE"RE ALL GONNA DIE !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    Mississippi to the rescue with sweet potato fries!

    https://agfax.com/2019/09/27/mississ...hould-be-good/
    Beat me to it.
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    I'm not sure how many tons of potatoes that I have hauled out of the fields in N.D. but the Shepardies are the best. We could gross 90,000 legally
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    Oh, poh-tay-toe, poh-tah-toe! As long as we gots flour and corn for tortillas and tortilla chips, we good!

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    ^^ Ahh...you southwestern folks...instead of meat and potatoes you think it's meat and tortillas.
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    This doesn't impact me in the least (since Hardees quit selling curly fries and Steak n' Shake quit selling vinegar fries) - I personally prefer sweet potato slices baked with a bit of olive oil painted on...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    ^^ Ahh...you southwestern folks...instead of meat and potatoes you think it's meat and tortillas.
    Don't knock it. A little meat, a little tortilla, some fresh cilantro, a little chopped onion, maybe a squeeze or two of lime, a dash of green salsa,......
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtg452 View Post
    Don't knock it. A little meat, a little tortilla, some fresh cilantro, a little chopped onion, maybe a squeeze or two of lime, a dash of green salsa,......
    I have been known to enter a rapturous state over tacos and burritos.
    “Historically, freedom is a rare and fragile thing . . . Freedom has cost the blood of millions in obscure places and in historic sites ranging from Gettysburg to the Gulag Archipelago . . .That something that cost so much in human lives should be surrendered piecemeal in exchange for visions and rhetoric seems grotesque. Freedom is not simply the right of intellectuals to circulate their merchandise. It is, above all, the right of ordinary people to find elbow room for themselves and a refuge from the rampaging presumptions of their ‘betters’.” Thomas Sowell

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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    I have been known to enter a rapturous state over tacos and burritos.
    Was that "rapture" or "rupture"??
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