since the battle continues in the can

Doug MacIVER Posted By Doug MacIVER, Oct 10, 2013 at 1:09 PM

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  1. Doug MacIVER

    Doug MacIVER
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    thought it was a good time to put the beef stew on the f100 to slowly heat up. damn house just cool enough to need a 4-5 hour fire.
     
  2. webbie

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    Was it a CAN of beef stew?
     
  3. Doug MacIVER

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    please, homemade all the way, no respect, even in the nook!
     
  4. Swedishchef

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  5. Doug MacIVER

    Doug MacIVER
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    mom born on i'sle verte on the st. law. dad with relatives in sheeeeeeeebrook. remember a visit in the mid 50's , we watched a working steam engine go by, my brother and I besides ourselves, we had never seen one off the train table.
     
  6. Swedishchef

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    Isle Verte is about 300 miles from where I live. I drive passed there every time I go to a larger city center for work, etc.

    And the Eastern Townships are damn nice. Sherbrook is a growing city these days. Small world eh?
     
  7. JOHN BOY

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    A can of stew beats no stew at all !

    Beats no stew at all ;)
     
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  8. BrotherBart

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    I think they have that stuff on stew.com.
     
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