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  1. about 16 hours ago on Ollie and Quentin

    I’ve heard of long johns, but this is ridiculous.

  2. about 16 hours ago on Gil

    Gil cheating? NOOooooo, say it ain’t so!!

  3. 1 day ago on Off the Mark

    Copy and paste from “Salumi Pasini” website: How is mortadella produced and what is its history?

    The name mortadella derives from the Latin “farcimen murtatum” or “myrtatum”, which in ancient times indicated a tasty sausage well-seasoned with leaves and berries of myrtle.

    The most famous sausage is the Bolognese, sprinkled with peppercorns and, in a particularly tasty variant, also with green pistachios.

    Sixty percent of the sausage is made from lean pork, obtained from the shoulder and back, while the remaining 40% is made from the fat of the cheek.

  4. 1 day ago on Off the Mark

    Copy and paste from “Salumi Pasini” website: How is mortadella produced and what is its history?

    The name mortadella derives from the Latin “farcimen murtatum” or “myrtatum”, which in ancient times indicated a tasty sausage well-seasoned with leaves and berries of myrtle.

    The most famous sausage is the Bolognese, sprinkled with peppercorns and, in a particularly tasty variant, also with green pistachios.

    Sixty percent of the sausage is made from lean pork, obtained from the shoulder and back, while the remaining 40% is made from the fat of the cheek.

  5. 1 day ago on Off the Mark

    Copy and paste from “Salumi Pasini” website: How is mortadella produced and what is its history?

    The name mortadella derives from the Latin “farcimen murtatum” or “myrtatum”, which in ancient times indicated a tasty sausage well-seasoned with leaves and berries of myrtle.

    The most famous sausage is the Bolognese, sprinkled with peppercorns and, in a particularly tasty variant, also with green pistachios.

    Sixty percent of the sausage is made from lean pork, obtained from the shoulder and back, while the remaining 40% is made from the fat of the cheek.

  6. 1 day ago on Off the Mark

    Well, make up your mind, wouldya? I was about to come to the defense of my beloved Italian cold cut, but now I guess not.

  7. 1 day ago on Frank and Ernest

    Sir, please step away from the Kool-Aid.

  8. 4 days ago on Ollie and Quentin

    Uh-oh.

  9. 4 days ago on Frank and Ernest

    You’re confused. Biden’s in office now, not the other guy.

  10. 6 days ago on Kliban's Cats

    Keep your eye on the birdie!